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Sat 17 Dec 2022

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (UTC+5.5)

Overview of INDICA Course Introduction to the Law of Karma

Karma Niyama, translated as the Law of Destiny and Freewill, is one of the central themes of Hindu Dharma. At the fundamental level, it is the idea of a cause-and-effect relationship extended to human action and moral behavior.

The scriptures, especially Vedanta, have been unequivocal that unraveling the mystery of Karma is to crack the puzzle of life and gain mastery over it.

Our upcoming INDICA Course will thoroughly explore the Law of Karma (Karma Niyama) through a systematic presentation and examination of all foundational and allied concepts.

It aims to enable the learners to understand and appreciate Karma Niyama – the Law of Destiny and Freewill as explained by Hindu Dharma, reflect deeply upon it, and apply the insights in the context of one’s life.

In this webinar, our faculty will overview this INDICA Course on Introduction to the Law of Karma.


Srinath Mohandas

Faculty, INDICA Courses

Srinath Mohandas is an Assistant Professor of Education at the School of Ethics Governance Culture and Social Systems (EGCS) of Chinmaya Vishwa Vidyapeeth, teaching courses in Education and Indian Knowledge Systems. A student of Advaita Vedanta in the Chinmaya tradition, he teaches, writes, speaks, and conducts workshops on themes related to Dharma and Bharata. Srinath was introduced to Vedanta as a teenager through the writings of Swami Vivekananda and Swami Chinmayananda. Soon after, he started attending weekly Chinmaya Yuva Kendra (Chyk) study circles led by Acaryas, including Swami Gabeerananda and Swami Mitrananda, which systematically expounded the philosophy. In a few years, he led many such study circles for youth and pre-teens, inspiring them to study and practice.


Nithin Sridhar

Faculty, INDICA Courses

Nithin Sridhar has a degree in Civil Engineering. After working in construction for some time, he has been writing on various subjects such as social issues, development, politics, religion, spirituality, and ecology. His first book, “Musings On Hinduism,” provided an overview of various aspects of Hindu philosophy and society. His book ‘Samanya Dharma’ enunciates general tenets of ethics as available in Hindu texts. His latest book ‘Isopanishad: An English Commentary’ is an English translation and commentary on one of the primary Hindu texts. However, his most widely read book is “Menstruation Across Cultures: A Historical Perspective,” which examines menstruation notions and practices prevalent in different cultures & religions from across the world. He is the Chief Curator of Advaita Academy, dedicated to disseminating Advaita Vedanta. Earlier, he served as the Editor of IndiaFacts- a portal on Indian history and culture. He is based in Mysuru, Karnataka.


Dimple Kaul

Host, Servant Leader, INDICA Courses

Dimple, the Servant Leader at Indica Courses, is a learner, writer, poet, marketer, transformation coach and Life Enthusiast! Her education spans the humanities (MA, Liberal Arts), technology (B.E., Electronics and Communication) and business management (MMS, Marketing). She is currently pursuing Ph.D. in Development Studies. Dimple has led projects in austere environments, working with several multinational corporations. She has also been guiding several nonprofit organizations through strategic initiatives, serving as a pro-bono volunteer consultant, communications executive and transformation coach. With two decades of professional experience across Media, Telecom and Technology, she now serves the field of Indigenous Knowledge Systems through INDICA Courses – the pioneering EdTech start-up founded by INDICA.