Welcome to Vedic Management Center

Vedic Management Center is a comprehensive management training, mentoring, consulting and related services organization founded jointly by Dr David Frawley and U. Mahesh Prabhu. The word 'Vedic' comes from the word 'Veda' which in turn comes from the root Sanskrit word 'Vid' – meaning wisdom. Wisdom is that quintessential element we intend to introduce to prevailing management practices in a way as to achieve our objectives. We intend to bring radical, sustainable as well as ethical practices to our clients, students and mentees in a way as to work efficiently about all prevailing legal, ethical and professional norms.

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    Guru's test of Morality

    February 12,2017 / Leadership Wisdom Tales Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    Yogeshwara (grandmaster of yoga) Shiva was teaching his students about spirituality, meditation and morality. At the end of the course, Shiva decided to test his disciples. He asked them to do something that was completely unethical, unjust as well...

    The Perfect Guru

    February 11,2017 / Leadership Wisdom Tales Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    There once was a man who searched the entire world for a perfect Guru. But, unfortunately he could not find one. All , the gurus he found were either greedy, deceivers, fools or madmen. Finally he did find one who fulfilled all his expectations....

    Is that Managing or Manipulating?

    February 06,2017 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    The following article by U. Mahesh Prabhu was first published by BW Businessworld. Management is defined as "the process of dealing with or controlling things or people", it's also defined as "trickery; deceit" by Google dictionary. While the first...

    What is Vedic Management?

    February 01,2017 / Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    In this episode of Vedic Management Podcast U. Mahesh Prabhu explains the essence of Vedic Management in most simplest terms.

    Secret of Happiness

    January 01,2017 / Leadership Wisdom Tales Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    There once was a great rishi (sage)who was always happy. One day, a very vain and selfish young man came to visit him. After talking for a few minutes, the young man rudely asked, “Are you truly happy, or are you just pretending to be...

    Wisdom Tales: The mind goblin

    December 28,2016 / Leadership Wisdom Tales Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    Long ago, there was a man who wanted to use supernatural powers as a means of getting quick success because getting success the ordinary way required lots of hard work. He went to a rishi and asked to be given a mantra that would make him rich and...

    Sant Samarth Ramdas on The Learned Fool

    December 15,2016 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    Exclusive to Vedic Management Center by U. Mahesh Prabhu  Dashabodha is a large volume that is comprised of two hundred chapters which are divided into twenty main chapters called Dashaka, each consisting of ten subchapters called Samasa. Believed...

    Yogi, Bhogi & Rogi

    December 11,2016 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 4 Comments

    Exclusive to Vedic Management Centre by U. Mahesh Prabhu As per Yogic teachings there are essentially three types of people: Yogi (One who’s involved in persistent effort to better oneself to better the world), Bhogi (One who’s extremely...

    Reinterpreting Vedic Knowledge and Wisdom

    December 01,2016 / Articles Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    Exclusive to Vedic Management Centre by U. Mahesh Prabhu Theists are those who think God is an individual being who’s omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent. There also are some theists who think God is the one who resides in heaven and relays his...

    Ends & Means

    November 29,2016 / Leadership Wisdom Tales Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    Ancient Vedic tale of wisdom retold by U. Mahesh Prabhu Long ago there lived a Sanyasi (ascetic sage) who roamed the villages across the great Gangetic plain along with his small group of followers. During the day, they would collect the Bhiksha...

    Anamika: The lady who humbled a great sage

    November 25,2016 / Leadership Wisdom Tales Uncategorized / 0 Comments

    Translated from original Sanskrit version of Vyasa's Mahabharata by U. Mahesh Prabhu Every story of Vyasa’ Mahabharata is not just engaging but also exciting. Its Wisdom becomes apparent only on deep contemplation. Here’s one such...

    The Yoga of Management

    November 23,2016 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    Exclusive to Vedic Management Center by U. Mahesh Prabhu Yoga is known to many as an exercise, posture, and meditation. This kind of Yoga is called Astanga Yoga which happens to be a small part of larger Yogic Knowledge practiced and professed by...

    Fundamentals of Rajaneeti: Vedic approach to Politics

    November 21,2016 / Politics Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    At a time when the “best” of political approach seem to be inadequate, it could certainly help to know about the Vedic approach to politics – Rajaneeti, where greater good was achieved by inspiring leaders to, first, better themselves. In...

    Who’s a Guru?

    November 19,2016 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    By U. Mahesh Prabhu The Sanskrit word Guru is often mistranslated as a ‘teacher’. Teacher in Sanskrit is called Shikshak. A teacher is someone who informs and educates us. A teacher is supposed to ensure that we learn to read, write and...

    Vedic Approach to Personal Problem Solving  

    November 17,2016 / Lifestyle Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    By U. Mahesh Prabhu Problems are natural. But when they come you’ve to make a good effort to resolve it and on time before they turned into a crisis. Here’s a six-step Vedic approach to resolving your personal problems – be that with your...

    Who’s responsible for our pains and gains?

    November 02,2016 / Uncategorized Vedic Management / 0 Comments

    By U. Mahesh Prabhu For everything good or bad in life, we often try to place blame on someone else. We try to wash our hands by blaming our opponents, destiny, stars and even in gods, and deities. So, what’s (or who’s) responsible for all...

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