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Adult Study Groups



Adult Study Group 2023-24 - Online-1


Purpose Of Study Groups

Study groups provide us with the opportunity to study and discuss texts with peers who are at the same level. It's great to have participants with similar questions and doubts because it allows for meaningful discussions. When we have a diverse group of participants, we get to hear different points of view, which leads to enhanced learning. During study group discussions, we not only reflect on the topics discussed but also share how we are applying the knowledge gained in our day-to-day lives. It's amazing how participants offer unique perspectives on what we share, inspiring each other to reflect on the teachings and put them into practice in the various roles we play. Inner transformation can only happen when we truly assimilate and practice what we learn through these discourses. That's why adult study groups are so valuable in helping us achieve this.

Benefits Of Study Group

  • Gain a deep understanding of our scriptures
  • Engage in thoughtful reflection and application of scripture knowledge
  • Enhance your listening skills
  • Refine your presentation and discussion abilities
  • Strengthen your self-discipline and commitment to studying scripture
  • Develop resilience to face both internal and external challenges
  • Join a supportive community of like-minded individuals
  • Set a positive example for our children





Bhagavad-Gita Discourse by Pujya Swami Aparajitananda

  • Saturday Session: 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
  • Sunday Session: 10:45 AM - 11:15 AM
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Scheduled Study Group Details


11:15 AM – 12:00 PM

Sevak/Sevika -  Vivek Naik, Darshan Asher, Mahavir Jain

Sevak/Sevika - Jayanth Kuppuswamy, Suchitra Vuppunthula, Kalpesh Shroff

Sevak/Sevika - Hemalatha Sullia, Devang Thakkar,Prasanna Ramakrishnan


11:15 AM – 12:00 PM

Sevak/Sevika - Ashok Bhatia, Sankar Vaikuntapathi, Maulin Mehta

Sevak/Sevika - Arun Bellary, Murali Jayanti

Sevak/Sevika - Ganapathi Shankar, Himanshu Varandani, Narothum Saxena, Premal Joshipura