Claiming the assumption to be the conclusion is deception by Chaitanya Charan Prabhu

Published on Nov 18, 2014

Claiming the assumption to be the conclusion is deception by Chaitanya Charan Prabhu

His Grace Chaitanya Charan Das is a celibate spiritual teacher
(brahmachari) at ISKCON, Pune. He has done his Electronics & Telecommunications Engineering from
the Govt College of Engg, Pune.

He subsequently served as a software engineer in a multinationalsoftware company, Patni Computer Systems.

He also secured 2350 out of 2400 in the GRE exam, bagging the torank in Maharashtra.

Seeing the prevalent problems of stress, depression, addiction
and overall misdirection – all caused by a lack of spirituality, he felt
inspired to dedicate his life to the cause of jnana daan, offering
systematic spiritual education, under the aegis of VOICE / ISKCON.

He is a member of ISKCON’s topmost intellectual body, the
Shastric Advisory Council, which offers scriptural advise to the GBC
(Governing Body Commissioner).

He is the associate-editor of ISKCON’s global magazine, Back toGodhead.

Presently he conducts seminars at various reputed educational institutes all over India including IITs and NITs as well as leading MNCs
like Tech Mahindra.
He serves as the spokesperson for ISKCON, Pune. He has presented papers on the interface of science and spirituality as an invited ISKCON delegate at national and international conferences, including World Peace Conference, 2006 and World Peace Congress, 2008.

He runs an international cyber magazine called ‘The SpiritualScientist’, in which he has written over two hundred articles that give a
scientific and logical presentation of Vedic philosophy.

He is the author of the world’s only Gita-daily feature, wherein he writes daily a 300-word inspirational reflection on a verse from the
Bhagavad-Gita. Till now he has written over 600 Gita meditations that are posted daily on his website and are read through daily feeds by thousands from all over the world.
He website is among the most popular spiritual sites for intellectually oriented spiritual seekers. He
has answered over 900 questions from people all over the world on the site.

His writings have been published in newspapers like Times of India, Indian Express, Economic Times, Hindustan Times, and Sakaal Times as well as global spiritual magazines including Back to Godhead.

His writings in English have been translated into several foreign languages including German, Chinese and Romanian and several Indian
languages including Kannada, Telgu, Bengali, Hindi and Marathi.

He is the author of eleven books:

ENERGY – Your Sutra for Positive Thinking,

Science and Spirituality

‘The Spiritual Scientist’ series, volume 1

‘The Spiritual Scientist’ series, volume 2.

Recession – Adversity or Opportunity?

Why do we need a temple?

Frequently Unanswered Questions

Idol Worship or Ideal Worship?

The Gita for Daily Enrichment

Oh My God! Re-answering the Questions

My Little Bhakti Companion

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