Swami Yogananda Giri
Yogananda was born in Italy and converted to Hinduism when he was a teenager. After immigrating to India, he learned Sanskrit and became learned in South Indian Agamas. He was initiated as a renunciate monk in 1982. In 1985, he established the Gitananda Ashram in Savona.
- Italy's Hindu Controversy Hinduism Today - September 1997
- How to Become a Hindu Hinduism Today - November 2000
- Hinduism Hinduism Today - June 1999
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