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Vraj Bihari Das

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Vraj Bihari Das

School of Bhakti Teacher

Vraj Bihari Das is an exceptional motivational speaker. He is a monk, teacher, a spiritual practitioner of Bhakti Yoga and a lifestyle counsellor. With over two and a half decades of experience in journal therapy, meditation techniques, scriptural healing, and relationship building.


His unquenchable quest for “enabling human beings to experience wholesome connection with self, society and the universe”, drew him to the concepts of mind & emotions. His in-depth study of varied wisdom literature helped him develop a unique perspective, using which he has created a distinctive “toolkit” that consists of techniques like Journal therapy, Acceptance healing, mindfulness & meditation methods. These are easy to practice and have benefited thousands all over the World. He is a seasoned international speaker, having spoken in Australia, the UK, Germany, Russia, and other parts of Europe and The Middle East. He shares candid thoughts on emotional-mental hygiene, spiritual discipline, and finding deep Emotional fulfilment in his talks. His lucid and cheerful words connect to the audience from all walks of life. His main strength is harmonising wisdom from the Vedic era to enhance our modern lives.


He has a Majors degree in Economics and a Masters in Monetary Policy and International Finance. He joined the Times Group after completing his MBA in Finance and has a wealth of corporate experience, having undertaken projects for multinational companies such as KPMG Pete Marwick and ICICI Bank. In March 1999, he decided to dedicate himself completely as a full-time member of ISKCON and is based at the Chowpatty branch, Mumbai.


He shares his daily reflections, meditations, and discourses on his website With almost a thousand-plus articles on his website and hundreds of talks on his YouTube channel, Vraja Bihari Das continues to help and guide the masses across borders. Furthermore, his insatiable thirst for writing and sharing his vision drove him to author four books. His books are easy to read and aimed at finding answers to both the most common and more profound questions in our day to day life.


His recent release ‘Mind your Mind- three principles for happy living’ is a result of his daily study, writing, contemplation, and prayers over the last two decades. In his writings, he shares different tools to help one feel loved and improve relationships with oneself and those who matter to us. One of his works- a fiction- called ‘Cricket in a Monastery’ reveals valuable life lessons from a game of cricket.



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