Ramanujam Mukundagiri, fondly known as Ram ji is a professional public speaker and an insightful spiritual instructor with a sound experience in discoursing philosophical, spiritual, devotional and personality development aspects of human life. A disciple of Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji, he conveys the message of his Master that harmony and peace can prevail everlastingly in individual minds and the whole world, only through internal transformation, and this comes with grace, efforts, steadfast faith and perseverance.
Ram ji graduated from Delhi University (India) as a Gold Medalist in Electrical Engineering. A deep longing to unravel the purpose of life led him to the feet of his Master in 1993. Inspired by his Spiritual Master, Sri Muralidhara Swamiji and by his guidance, Ram ji studied Philosophy and about the inspiring lives of Great Men. Motivated by his Guru’s teachings, he has been actively lecturing on classical Indian epics, Puranas and on a spectrum of spiritual topics.
Ram ji has conducted extensive practical trainings and workshops on techniques for positive introspection and self-improvement through practical simple meditation.
Many leading companies, such as Microsoft, GE, OTIS & TYCO Electronics have hosted his training programs for their employees, which typically range from 2-hour lecture workshops to daylong hands-on seminars and weekend retreats. These companies have echoed the positive feedback from their employee-attendees about their improved understanding, increased clarity in thought process and better preparedness to face the world.
In addition, Ram ji has conducted numerous lectures, seminars and retreats for children and youth in Schools and Universities.
Ram ji has traveled across the globe and has delivered lectures in several countries like Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Nigeria, Middle East, United Kingdom and the United States of America.
Bhagyanathan Authimoorthi, fondly known as Bhagyaji is a motivational speaker who is well-versed in discoursing on a wide range of philosophical, spiritual and devotional subjects highlighting the importance of universal love as the core message of all ancient philosophies and value systems.
Bhagyanathan’s spiritual inclination and deep longing to unravel the very purpose of life led him at a tender age to the holy feet of the spiritual master, His Holiness, Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji.
Bhagyanathan graduated as a medical doctor from the prestigious Madras Medical College, India. Inspired by the message of universal love and service to humanity from his spiritual master, he quit his medical career and all worldly pursuits and has dedicated himself as a full-time volunteer and motivational speaker of the Global Organisation for Divinity, India Trust for more than 10 years.
Bhagyanathan has been delivering lectures on a wide range of philosophical, spiritual subjects, interfaith harmony teachings of his spiritual master and personality development in India and countries like Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and Fiji for the past 10 years with specific focus on youth. He has conducted several motivational workshops for youth/students in India, Singapore and Malaysia.
Bhagyanathan serves as the chief co-ordinator of the administration of G.O.D India Trust and also as the personal secretary to the spiritual master for more than 10 years. Bhagyanathan is also the Director of Sandeepani Gurukula Trust at Madhurapuri Ashram in Chennai, India. Bhagyanathan also translates literary works of Sri Swamiji from Tamil to English. His translations have been published as books and audio CDs and circulated worldwide.
Poornima Kumarasami is a Professional public speaker with a sound experience in discoursing philosophical, spiritual, devotional and personality-development aspects of human life. Poornima has a sharp inclination in spirituality and this led her to the feet of H.H. Pujyasri Muralidhara Swamiji.
Inspired and guided by Sri Swamiji, Poornima undertook a detailed study of the Srimad Bhagavatam. Inspired by the Bhagavatam, she went on to study the Ramayana, the Bhagavad Gita, and the life story and teachings of innumerable saints of the Bhakthi tradition.
Poornima is an Engineering graduate. She was working as a Software Engineer in a Multinational company at Chennai. Inspired by the teachings of Sri Swamiji, Poornima quit her job and she decided to dedicate her life for propagating the lofty ideals of spirituality to the world. Poornima strongly believes that spiritual awareness should begin as early as the early childhood years and that definitely makes a difference.
Poornima lectures on a spectrum of topics like Srimad Bhagavatam., Srimad Ramayana, Srimad Bhagavat Gita, Tiruppavai, Universal aspects of Spirituality, Unfolding Everlasting Bliss, Success in Life, Lives of great saints, etc. Apart from lecturing on classical Indian epics and Puranas, she has also lectured on Practical Meditation, Devotion in modern times.
She has traveled across the globe and has delivered lectures in several countries like Australia, Indonesia, USA, Malaysia and Singapore.
Poornima has conducted extensive practical trainings and workshops on techniques for positive introspection and self-improvement through Practical and simple meditation.
Poornima has played a huge role in forming the curriculum and syllabus and course content for the education program called “Gopa Kuteeram” for children and the tele conference study class for adults on Srimad Bhagavatham which are used globally by all the related organizations of G.O.D. in India, Australia and the United States of America.
Deepak Vinod, a disciple of Swamiji has been serving the spiritual needs of the community by conducting several lectures and talks on the three holy texts, Srimad Bhagavatham, Ramayana and Bhagavad Gita.
Deepak had received structured training for 2 years from Acharya Shri Sita Ram Adhikari on Bhagavad Gita, Ramayana and Srimad Bhagavatham. Deepak has also undertaken study of Sanskrit for a semester in pronunciation and Grammar at the Hindu Heritage Sabha in 2006. Deepak plays the music instrument Harmonium and Dolki (percussion) and teaches many children and adults the techniques of playing Harmonium and to sing bhajans (devotional songs) and to recite Ramayana.