Reminder – Lecture on Lord Jagannath, Devotional Bhajans and Odissi Dance

Lecture on Lord Jagannath,
Devotional Bhajans and Odissi Dance
Please join us on June 3rd, 4 to 6pm at HUA
by Chinmayee Satpathy
“Universal Significance of Jagannath Consciousness
and Its Dissemination in the Contemporary World.”
Sri Jagannath is the Lord of the Universe. He is the ‘Supreme Deity” of Sanatan Dharma – the most ancient religion of the world. He is “Purusottama (Supreme Man)” in Veda and Sat-Chit-Ananda Swarupa (True-Sense-Happiness)
in Upanishads. Sri Jagannath Culture is the super synthesis of all religions like Buddhism, Jainaism, Shaktijm which have been merged within the grand spectrum of Jagannath Consciousness.
It preaches essential human values and principles and promotes traditional knowledge and the best spiritual practices which need to be disseminated in wider forums. Shri Jagannath Dham at Puri is one of the four important
Dhamas or Hindu Pilgrimage Centers of India established by Jagatguru Sankaracharya in the 9th Century.
Dr. Chinmayee Satpathy is a distinguished scholar, researcher and academician of Odisha, India.
Presently she is a Fulbright Fellow in the United States.
As a Tagore Fellow of Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India,
she researched Sri Jagannath Culture and has organized national conferences and published many articles on Jagannath Culture in reputed journals and books. She
was a Postdoctoral Fellow of the Indian Council of

Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi, and a UNESCO Fellow to the University of South Florida (USF), Tampa, Florida, USA in 2007- 08. Dr Satpathy was awarded a Doctorate Degree in Sociology from Utkal University, Odisha in 2006.

 by Shri Kiron Senapati
Mr. Kiron Senapati was born in Puri, India, the Land of Jagannath and has been singing Bhajans (soul music) for over 30+ years. It was indeed a calling to sing the praise of Lord Krishna that led him to produce the first Bhajan CD in 1993, followed by two additional Bhajan CDs in 2003 and 2008. He has been guided by two famous musicians: late Shri Akshaya Mohanty and Padmashri Anup Jalota. Kiron lives in Tampa, and besides working as an engineer during the daytime, he sings Bhajans in Temples, at religious gatherings, funerals, and where ever he is called to sing the glory of Lord Krishna.
 by Spruha Kar 
Spruha Kar has been involved with dance since she was six years old.  She performs Odissi Dance, which is a major ancient Indian classical dance that expresses religious stories and spiritual ideas. | |  407-275-0013

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