Dada Pranakrsnananda is a yogic monk of Ananda Marga since 1971 and a social activist in New York City, where he also teaches Astaunga yoga meditation. While participating in the Occupy Wall Street protests, he became one of the first to be arrested on Brooklyn Bridge on October 1, 2011.
Dada Pranakrsnananda has warned that the focus of the OWS protests could shift to the conflict between the movement and the police, when it should remain on the injustice of corporate greed and inequity of wealth in society.
- Pranakrsnananda is the spiritual name and Dada (or Dada-ji, when intended with more respect), means elder brother in several Indian languages and means grandfather in hindi. While 'dada' is used in everyday life by people to address grandfather or elder brother.
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- Blog of Dada Pranakrsnananda
- Dada Pranakrsnananda meditation instruction
- Babanam Kevalam Kirtan: A call to spiritual warriors
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