- City, State: KY
- Geographic Location: North America
- Languages: English, Bengali, Hindi
Residing in the US since 1985. Born and raised as a Buddhist in Calcutta India. Trained as a Geographer and Urban Regional planner. My passion and calling led me to deep spiritual exploration and knowledge in many fields. I am a spiritual visionary, engaged Buddhist, speaker, mindful leader and conscious change agent
Google Dharma Economics, Millennium Koan 2012, Buddha's Middle Way to Knowledge
My Web site:
Visit My Web site (seek2know.net)
Exhibit change by:
By being the change I like to see and experience and having the courage to step out, take risk, change status quo, be vulnerable and risk failure
I'm passionate about:
women's education and empowerment, children's rights, peace and justice, sustainable economy, social responsibility, alternative medicine, mindful living, deep ecology, actualizing human potential, deep conscious capitalism, planetary shifts, Buddha Dhamma
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