TEACHERS

JAYASHANKAR KRISHNAMURTHY

Jayashankar Krishnamurthy is a science graduate from the University of Madras and a post graduate in Packaging Technology from Mumbai. He had a distinguished corporate career. Seeking answers to questions pertaining to life and living he pursued a three year full time residential course on Vedanta Philosophy at Vedanta Academy in Malavli, founded by Swami Parthasarathy. He has spent over two decades on study and research on human behaviour and their response to the world. He is the Executive Trustee of Vedanta Institute Hyderabad which enjoys tax exemption u/s 80G of the IT Act.

 

To help people live a value-based life, he has been conducting sessions on Vedanta over two decades. He has addressed leading institutions like Coromandel International Limited, Nagarjuna Fertilizers Pvt. Ltd., Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd., JBR Group of Institutions, ITC Ltd. etc. He has been an in-house Value Education facilitator, Parent Counsellor and Teacher Trainer in Indian Educational School (Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan), Kuwait.

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ANANDHI JAYASHANKAR

Anandhi Jayashankar is a post graduate in English Literature from University of Madras and a trained teacher and language expert from English and Foreign Languages University. Tuned to the needs of the younger generation, she dedicated herself to teaching in schools for more than a decade.  

 

She has spent over a decade analyzing and understanding the needs of the present generation and how best they can be molded to think better and live better. This idea has taken the shape of a program called ‘Molding Young Minds’, for children between the ages of 14 and 17. 

 

As a senior disciple of Swami Parthasarathy, she has been involved in the study and research of the Vedanta philosophy contained in the Hindu scriptures for more than two decades. She is associated with Vedanta Institute Hyderabad, a charitable trust, and conducts classes on Vedanta philosophy in Hyderabad. 

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