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Articles tagged as Rasanath

  • Rasanath Das | Living the Tension

    Rasanath is a former management consultant and investment banker who became a monk. Rasanath shares his incredible journey from his life as an "external achievement machine", to one rich in spiritual introspection, integrity, and true connectivity.

  • What Hinduism Says About Success

    True success, according to Hinduism, is not in the achievements of the first half of life, but in the unraveling of a deeper mystery of our authentic identity and relationship with this transient world.

  • The Return of a Cult Classic—Hare Krishnas are Back

    Nearly 50 years after Srila Prabhupada journeyed from India to America to bring the new teachings of Krishna to a generation of Western burnouts, Hare Krishnas have moved out of the airports, into the streets, and into the cubicle right next to yours.

  • Rasanath Das on the American PBS Channel
    Since he was in the ninth grade, Rasanath Dasa knew he was destined for Wall Street. The 33-year-old’s dream came to fruition when he took an investment banking position with Bank of America in 2006. But, Dasa soon realized his childhood goal to strike multi-million dollar deals was not all he had hoped for.
  • Letting Go of Wall Street
    Rasanath Das was an atypical member of the city's investment-banker class. The 32-year-old MBA earned a $170,000 salary working long days negotiating deals at Bank of America. But on his free nights, he slept on the floor of a bare room shared with 13 other Hindu monks in a monastery in the East Village.