Join Nathan Katz, leading scholar of India’s Jewish communities, and relax and unwind with his inspiring stories about four Indian mystics. You will hear about his series of meetings with the Dalai Lama, his dialogue about life and death with a Jain nun, and a university seminar he attended, given by an Advaita philosopher. You will also study a Persian mystical poem by a Jewish Mughal courtier — and draw parallels between the powerful messages within each tale.
Listen, savor, and be inspired on your own spiritual journey.
Offered as 2 satsangs (subject to change)
Nathan Katz, PhD, is Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, at Florida International University. He served as the Bhagwan Mahavir Professor of Jain Studies, Director of Jewish Studies, Director of Program in the Study of Spirituality, and Founding Chair of the Department of Religious Studies. He is the author of 15 books, including award-winning Who Are the Jews of India? and memoir, Spiritual Journey Home: Eastern Mysticism to the Western Wall. He was awarded four Fulbright grants and is considered the leading scholar of India’s Jewish communities. He has studied, taught, and lived in South Asia for eight years and leads Jewish-interest tours of India.
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