OUR JOURNEY IN PICTURES
PART 12 (2023)
12 January 2023 - Dhruv Bhai met Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the founder of the Art of Living Foundation.
12 January 2023 - Dhruv Bhai presented Sri Sri Ravi Shankar with a copy of our Hanuman Chalisa book in Hindi.
15 January 2023 - Dhruv Bhai gave a talk on chapter 2 verse 23 of the Bhagavad Gita entitled "The eight-step method to attain peace of mind and to face setbacks" hosted by the Bhagavad Gita Research Foundation.
21 January 2023 - Article published on iGlobal News about Dhruv Bhai's talk on chapter 2 verse 23 of the Bhagavad Gita entitled "The eight-step method to attain peace of mind and to face setbacks" hosted by the Bhagavad Gita Research Foundation.
22 January 2023 - Dr David Frawley (Vamadeva Shastri), Dhruv Bhai and Akanksha Ben held a live online conversation on what Bharat (India) has given to the world during an Indian Republic Day special at the Healing Our Earth online festival.
25 January 2023 - Dhruv Bhai met Bollywood actress Parineeti Chopra at the Gala Celebrations of the India UK Achievers Honours hosted by the NISAU in partnership with the British Council in India.
2 February 2023 - We celebrated the ten year anniversary of the historic day when Dhruv Bhai completed writing the longest commentary of the Bhagavad Gita and Hanuman Chalisa in history. In total the length of the commentary is 3,321 pages, over 1.6 million words and over 9.6 million characters.
7 February 2023 - We celebrated the seven year anniversary of Dhruv Bhai completing his 20th and 21st books including the longest commentary on the Shree Suktam in history and the Symbolism of Hindu Goddesses and Gods. After five years of writing, Dhruv Bhai completed writing 21 books on the Bhagavad Gita, Hanuman Chalisa, Shree Suktam and the Symbolism of Hindu Goddesses and Gods consisting of 3,467 pages, over 2.4 million words and over 10.5 million characters between them.
7 February 2023 - Dhruv Bhai gave a talk on Law and Dharma followed by Q&A at the University of Law London Bloomsbury at an event hosted by the Indian Society Bloomsbury in Association with the INSA. The event was entitled entitled "Prarambha" to mark the inauguration of the Indian Society Bloomsbury.