Generally Speaking, Hindu Chaplain, Hindu Chaplaincy, Vedanta

Taking A Stand For Dharma And The Need For The Rise of Arjuna(s)

One of the best times of year for me as I’ve mentioned before is the month of Shravan. The entire month is filled with daily devotions entwined with deep significance. Then there’s Rakshabandhan and Janmashtami that fall during the month of Shravan as well. This Janmashtami, like most years, we went to the local Hindu… Continue reading Taking A Stand For Dharma And The Need For The Rise of Arjuna(s)

Chaplaincy, Death, Grief and Loss, Health care, Hindu Chaplaincy, Spirituality, Vedanta

My very first Hindu Memorial Service

In the field of hospital chaplaincy, one of the best aspects (among many) is that opportunities are presented continually that challenge the chaplain to go above and beyond the type of care he or she can provide to the patient, family and hospital staff. Also, in hospital chaplaincy, you meet people with a whole spectrum… Continue reading My very first Hindu Memorial Service

Hindu Chaplaincy

The Need For A Chaplain Who Is Hindu

There are many articles written by many distinguished people highlighting the need for a Hindu chaplain. Some of the most popular articles I've come across are The Necessity of Hindu American Chaplaincy by Dr. Rita Sherma The Hindu Chaplain by Swami Sarvaananda Both articles do a great job of highlighting what chaplaincy would look like within… Continue reading The Need For A Chaplain Who Is Hindu