Posted on Mar 29, 2005

Swami Tadatmananda, director of the Arsha Bodha Hindu Center in New Jersey, will talk on “Hindu Ethics” on Monday, April 4, at 12:15 p.m. in Old Chapel at Union College.

The talk is free and open to the public.

Swami Tadatmananda is a former computer engineer and one of the few westerners initiated into a traditional Hindu monastic order. He draws upon contemporary scientific and psychological insights to explain Hinduism.    

The Arsha Bodha Center is a traditional Hindu center that offers pujas and classes on Vedanta, meditation and Vedic chanting.

The lecture is sponsored by the Union's East Asian Studies, Religious Studies, and Philosophy Department.  For more information, call 388-6240.