Neema Majmudar has worked at the United Nations in New-York, Fiji and Bangkok. She has also worked for Aim for Seva, an NGO in the field of providing education for unprivileged children in tribal areas, launched by Swami Dayananda in 2000. Since 1999, Neema has been teaching Vedanta and giving conferences, conducting seminars and retreats across the world. The seminars and retreats that she conducts together with her husband Surya incorporate concepts of Indian Philosophy with Western psychology, ethics, physics, neurobiology and management. These activities are aimed at guiding individuals and leaders of various organizations to be more objective, dynamic and compassionate in an increasingly interconnected and complex world. ‘
The Vedanta and the Uspanishads
What is it that I am really seeking through my various pursuits in life? Neema Majmudar explained to us the path of personal growth through the Vedenta, sharing her deep knowledge of those ancient texts. With patience and dedication she shone a modern ligt on the vision of the traditional teaching of Advaita Vedanta. Neema was born in Bombay and has been studying Vedanta for the last 25 years. She has also completed a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University and an MBA, in addition to following a three and half year residential course with Swami Dayananda at Coimbatore.