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Celebrated Philosopher to Speak on the Law of Karma

Sep 23, 2019 10:35PM ● By Michael Lehrman

In a rare public appearance, Parthasarathy will speak on the Law of Karma at the Town Hall,
from 6:30 to 7:45 p.m. on September 26. The talk is open to the public and admission is free!

A celebrated Indian philosopher who shares insights from Vedanta, an ancient philosophy that
empowers people to achieve lifelong success, Parthasarathy has devoted his life to teaching
people how to find happiness in their life and work.

“You are the architect of your fortune...or misfortune,” Parthasarathy says. The talk will share
principles of success, stress and destiny, and teach attendees how to take control of their lives.
The event comes as Parthasarathy’s latest book, Citations Tributes Quotes, is released. He is the
author of 11 books and has guided companies and executives on how to successfully manage and run businesses.

Grounded in the notion of refining one’s intellect and mastering self-management before external management, his philosophy has allowed him to work steadily for six decades, without breaks and without unhappiness. What’s more, Parthasarathy’s philosophy has enabled him to maintain the same level of fitness and weight for 60 years. He regularly advises international leaders and athletes on combining success with peace.

“Living is an art, a skill,” he says. “You need to learn and practice it as you would to play a
musical instrument or fly an aircraft.”

Known as the “Go-Getter’s Guru,” Parthasarathy has been featured in TIME, Businessweek,
Forbes, CNN, Sports Illustrated, Goop, and other American and international media. He has
spoken to audiences at the World Bank, the Young Presidents’ Organization, Harvard, Stanford,
Oxford, NASA, Google, Disney and more.

Parthasarathy earned degrees in literature, science, and law, and completed a graduate degree in
international law from London University. He renounced a shipping business early in life to
dedicate his life to study, research and promotion of Vedanta.

Cost: Free. Reserved and VIP seating available. Location: The Town Hall, 123 W. 43rd St., New
York City. Reserve tickets at

Swami A. Parthasarathy founded the Vedanta Cultural Foundation, whose USA branch is led by
senior disciple Gautam Jain. The Vedanta Cultural Foundation USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit
located at 500 Crossfields Ln., in Somerset, NJ. For more information, call 732-469-0799 or