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Bansi Pandit

Bansi Pandit is a nuclear engineer by profession. He has been a student of Vedanta and has been associated with the Vivekananda Vedanta Society since his college years. In 1981, he joined the Self-Realization Fellowship (founded in the United States by Parmahansa Yogănanda) and completed a three-year home study course on yoga and meditation. He was initiated into Kriya Yoga in 1983 in the spiritual lineage of Parmahansa Yogănanda, which he has been practicing under the spiritual guidance of the Self-Realization Fellowship. In 1988, he stayed at several ashrams in India practicing yoga and meditation.


Bansi Pandit

Author of Hindu Mind & Hindu Dharma

Bansi Pandit is a writer and speaker on Hinduism and is listed in Who is Who in America. He has published numerous articles illustrating various aspects of Hindu religion and spirituality. He has taught Sunday school classes and has spoken at many temples, colleges, universities, and churches. He is a recommended speaker on Hinduism at the Council of World Parliament of Religions, Chicago, on inter-religious dialogue. He is a consultant to the Hindu Student Council (HSC) of America on Hindu philosophy and culture.

Bansi Pandit is the author of two books: The Hindu Mind: Fundamentals of Hindu Religion & Philosophy For All Ages and Hindu Dharma. Many scholars have declared these books to be treatises on Hindu religion and spirituality. Mr. Pandit is currently writing a new book to introduce Hindu spirituality to the Western world.

e-mail: hindumind@yahoo.com     

Website: www.hindumind.org

Mailing List: True Essence of Hindu Religious Thought (TEOHIN)  

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