Swami Tyagananda

Swami Tyagananda, a monk of the Ramakrishna Order since 1976, is the head of the Vedanta Society in Boston, and is the Hindu Chaplain at Harvard and MIT. He has written, translated and edited twelve books, including “Monasticism: Ideals and Traditions”, “The Essence of the Gita”, “Interpreting Ramakrishna”, “Walking the Walk: A Manual of Karma Yoga” and his latest book, “Knowing the Knower: A Manual of Jnana Yoga.” He has presented papers at academic conferences and he gives lectures and classes at the Vedanta Society as well as at MIT, Harvard and, on invitation, other colleges and religious groups in North America.


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