What are the benefits of chant and mantra?
How are chant and mantra rooted in our global history?
Can anyone practice chant and mantra?
Is this like singing??
We discover these answers and more in our sit down with Hindu American Foundation (HAF) Executive Director Suhag Shukla, a high-level mantra practitioner and teacher who was named one of twelve “faith leaders to watch in 2017” by the Center for American Progress.
Suhag chronicles some of her own colorful journey into chant, challenges that can be overcome through practice and how anyone can develop a meaningful relationship with mantra.
Experience this for yourself in her upcoming Intro to Chant & Mantra Workshop Here.
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Suhag Shukla, Esq., Executive Director, is a co-founder of HAF. She holds a BA in Religion and JD from the University of Florida. Ms. Shukla has helped steer the Foundation to being recognized as a leading voice for civil rights, human rights, and religious freedom. She’s been instrumental in the development of a broad range of educational materials and position papers and blogs for a variety of platforms. Ms. Shukla has served on the Boards of the Nirvana Center, Main Line Indian Association, and YWCA of Minneapolis. She was also a member of the Department of Homeland Security Faith-Based Security and Communications Subcommittee. Ms. Shukla is actively involved with Chinmaya Mission, serves on the Board of the Bhutanese American Organization of Philadelphia, and is a thought partner for the Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia’s Paths to Understanding Public Art Initiative. She serves on religious advisory committees for the Council on Foreign Relations, the National Museum of American Religion, and the Humane Society of the United States, and is a member of the First Amendment Center’s Committee on Religious Liberty and the United Nations Women’s Gender Equality and Religion platform. Shukla was named named one of twelve “faith leaders to watch in 2017” by the Center for American Progress.