Pravrajika Vrajaprana

A disciple of Swami Prabhavananda and a Vedanta nun at the Vedanta Society of Southern California’s Sarada Convent for more than 30 years

A disciple of Swami Prabhavananda and a Vedanta nun at the Vedanta Society of Southern California’s Sarada Convent for more than 30 years

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Turning the page on a new year, Pico Iyer and Vrajaprana share insights on human frailty and spirituality from authors Graham Greene and Swami Vivekananda.

Prospects for optimism, with Pico Iyer and Vrajaprana

Turning the page on a new year, Pico Iyer and Vrajaprana share insights on human frailty and spirituality from authors Graham Greene and Swami Vivekananda.

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Author Pico Iyer and Pravrajika Vrajaprana, a Vedanta nun,   talk with KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian about the purpose of pilgrimage in modern day times following his interview with NYT…

The external and internal pilgrimage: Author Pico Iyer on the purpose of journeying in modern times

Author Pico Iyer and Pravrajika Vrajaprana, a Vedanta nun, talk with KCRW’s Jonathan Bastian about the purpose of pilgrimage in modern day times following his interview with NYT…

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It's often contemplatives — like monks, nuns, or meditators — that have the most to say about living a meaningful life.

Follow this Hindu nun’s advice on quieting your mind in anxious times

It's often contemplatives — like monks, nuns, or meditators — that have the most to say about living a meaningful life.

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