David Frawley

Dr David Frawley, or Pandit Vamadeva Shastri, is a Western-born Vedacharya, who teaches an integral approach to Yoga, Vedanta, Ayurveda and Vedic studies. He is the author of 50 books published in 20 languages, and is a recipient of the Padma Bhushan from the Government of India. He is the director of the American Institute of Vedic Studies.

Sri Ganesha as the Cosmic Guru

India since the time of the Veda, which means knowledge, has always been a knowledge-oriented civilization.

Krishna and the Mahabharata hold lessons on the challenges of today's India

The Mahabharata is the most important book for India as a nation as well for Hindu Dharma, and has been so for many centuries.

Why India's ancient Rigveda remains one of humanity's most important books

The Rigveda is the oldest of India's ancient Vedic texts, extending back by traditional estimates to 3000 BCE or earlier.

Why the practice of Yoga should begin with Ayurveda

Most people today practice Yoga, particularly asana and pranayama, for health benefits, extending to meditation for its ability to improve our psychological wellbeing. 

The profound relevance of Vedic knowledge today

When people today learn about India's ancient Vedas they discover a tradition perhaps 5,000 years old, guided by illumined seers living in harmony with nature, chanting arcane mantras, and performi

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