Prof. Wang Zhicheng appointed Hon. Director

Prof. Wang Zhicheng is appointed as Hon. Director of Vedic Management Center. Prof. Zhicheng is also translating U Mahesh Prabhu’s first book Essentials of Vedic Wisdom for Blissful Living into Mandarin (Chinese).
Prof. Wang’s brief profile 
Wang Zhicheng,Professor of Philosophy of Religion, is director of the Institute of Religious Studies at Zhejiang University, China. He studied philosophy of religion at Hangzhou University. His main areas of research are Philosophy of Religion, Buddhist-Christian Dialogue, and Philosophy of Yoga. Among his publications are : Global Philosophy of Religion (Beijing, 2005), Interpretation, Understanding and Religious Peace(Selected Essays, Beijing, 2007), Globalization and Religious Dialogue(2013), A Commentary to Shankara’s Self Knowledge(2008), The Power of Yoga(2012), and Ananda Yoga(2015). In the past ten years, he translated seven yoga works, including Yoga Sutra, Hatha Yoga Pradipika and The Bhagavad-Gita into Chinese.
Prof. Zhicheng has deepest appreciation of PMO India Narendra Modi for his distinguished services in translating various Sanskrit/Vedic texts into Mandarin. Visit http://www.indianconsulate.org.cn/event.php?id=346 for more info.

About Vedic Management Centre

Vedic Management Centre was jointly founded by Dr David Frawley – globally renowned scholar on Yoga and Ayurveda – and U. Mahesh Prabhu – a media, management and political consultant – in the year 2016. The centre intends to bring refreshing yet wisdom driven ideas and ideals in management – from an individual until institutional level. For more information about VMC visit www.vedic-management.com

For more information feel free to contact: U. Mahesh Prabhu (co-founder & Director) Vedic Management Centre | Email: mahesh@vedic-management.com | Mobile: +1 917 387 2735

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Education
Learn about our continuing and online course connecting Vedic knowledge with contemporary situations including mind, body, management, leadership, politics and diplomacy.
Publications
We've published over 6 books in hardbound, paperback and eBook format. Audio formats of our books are underway already along with graphic novels and comics.
The Kautilya Project
A unique Vedic Management Centre Initiative specially devised to rekindle the lost art and science of Vedic leadership for management, politics, and diplomacy.
Counseling
A transformative counseling model built on time-tested knowledge & wisdom by U. Mahesh Prabhu to assist leaders to attain a balanced state of mind even under significant stress