Nityanand Charan Das

Icons of Grace

Nityanand Charan Das is a practising monk at the Sri Radha Gopinath Temple, ISKCON, Chowpatty, Mumbai, and a visionary who wishes to revolutionise the current urban scenario by aiding people to lead a life of purpose, fulfilment and satisfaction. He also specialises in guiding today’s youth to reconnect with their roots and lead a simple yet happy life. Nityanand Charan Das focuses on making the sacred teachings of our holy scriptures simple so they that resonate with anyone and everyone. His message is simple: ‘Spiritual life is not a life of rejection. It is a life of connection.’ He says, we do not have to give up anything, we simply have to add this valuable dimension to our life. His divine radiance can be felt far and wide: his discourses are heard in every major city of India and in more than fifty countries across the globe.


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  • Topic: Icons of Grace
  • Speaker: Nityanand Charan Das
  • Date: 28th January 2022 Thursday
  • Time: 5.30 pm
  • Publisher:Westland Publication
  • Venue : At Your Home, On your Mobile
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A Company Secretary by profession, Ms. Sangeeta Varma was an adjunct lecturer in Institute for Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI) for its CFA cum MBA course. She had authored for ICFAI two editions of its curriculum text book on Economic Legislation covering Company Law, few General Laws and Direct and Indirect Taxation. She also worked as a project manager with the end-to-end responsibility of managing a hospital project. In her free time, she lends her support for environmental causes and is currently working at saving the beautiful but fast disappearing granite rocks of Hyderabad. She is the Joint Secretary of the Society to Save Rocks and is an active member of a trust working in the fields of rape and sexual abuse, police reforms and environment related issues. She also has been actively involved with the offline sessions of Hyderabad Literary Festival until the lockdown hit the country.

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