Swami SwaroopanandaSwami Swaroopananda
Chairman, Board of Trustees

Global Head of Chinmaya Mission Worldwide; a motivational and spiritual teacher of great renown, leadership trainer and creator of ‘Make it Happen’ – a programme that encourages one to work at full potential. Swamiji has guided the path for Chinmaya International Residential School to become the best residential school in India.

Swami-MitranandaSwami Mitrananda

Erstwhile National Director of All-India Chinmaya Yuva Kendra (AICHYK) a unique organisation for motivating the youth to contribute to nation building through transformational leadership programmes, youth empowerment programmes and urban/rural service initiatives. He is a motivational speaker on leadership, governance, ethics and nationalism.

photo1Swami Advayananda

Resident Acharya of Chinmaya International Foundation that is devoted to Sanskrit research. A keen researcher, he has directed many research programmes on Indian Knowledge Traditions and their applicability in today’s world. Author of many scholarly works, he is a teacher of Vedanta who has been instrumental in directing the publication of many works from Sanskrit and Ancient Indian Wisdom.

photo3Acharya Gaurang Nanavaty

One of the founders of Chinmaya Mission Houston USA. He is a spiritual guide and teacher of Vedanta, and a graduate of the Vedanta Course, 1981, Piercy, Houston (USA).

Dr-Apparao-Mukkamala-1Dr Apparao Mukkamala

A Doctor and Radiologist with over 5 decades expertise in healthcare. As a philanthropist, he is the founder-trustee of Chinmaya Vijaya, an all-girls orphanage at Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh. He is extensively involved in community development activities of Chinmaya Organisation for Rural Development (CORD), USA.

Shriram_Bhalerao-1Shri Shriram Bhalerao

A businessman with extensively philanthropic activities in the education sphere, he is also a trustee of Central Chinmaya Mission Trust. He has versatile experience in biotechnology, instrumentation analytics and is a well-known leadership mentor.

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