My Life, My Passion: Love for the computers by Dr. P Venkat Rangan

My Life, My Passion: by Dr. P Venkat Rangan, Vice Chancellor, Amrita University

Dr Rangan began the session by narrating how AMMA influenced his life in 1992 when he met her in Los Angeles and learn to shift his thinking from brain to heart.
Associated very well the networking speed in transferring knowledge between the “two super speed idiots” (computers) with respect to Amma’s ability to transfer the knowledge and demonstrated successfully how Amma can transform individuals into higher states.

He called upon the students to become Hanuman and invoke the potential in them. “Don’t treat humans like computers and computers like humans” he advised.
Demonstrated well how Amma overcame the hurdles of her life to become great today, by narrating her childhood biography — the barriers like economical, caste, regional, educational, language and gender.

He gave an invaluable equation of life for the success. Also stressed on the importance of accommodating the ideas of others in life by giving examples of own experiences.

16 Oct 2012

Health & Hygiene – Workshop

Health & Hygiene – Workshop by Dr Rahul Lakshman & Dr. Lakshmi R Lashman

Dr. Rahul Lakshman and Dr. Lakshmi R Lakshman Began the session with the WHO definition of health and stressed upon the importance of social and spiritual well being which is often ignored.
He mentioned different types of sufferings an individual undergoes and explained the contributions of India in the field of medicine.

Enlisting the essentials of heath they stressed upon the importance of both external as well as internal hygiene that include hygiene of body, mind and karmic.
Dr. Lakshmi, being a dyslexia patient, demonstrated her ability to communicate effectively in spite of flaw in language and grammar and the couple showed the ideal understanding between them.

Children also learned how harmful the chemicals used in the cosmetics and fast food and the toxins they release that can bring the molecular changes and gave the importance of satwik food against rajasik and tamasik foods.

For the girl students there was a very useful interactive session about their personal problems associated with health and hygiene.


They taught us how to avoid diseases and remain healthy and clean. – Tejas V, Karwar