Dr. Vivek Bindra and His Interest Towards Nepal
१८ माघ २०७५, शुक्रबार १५:१४
From past few months a video of an Indian motivational speaker, Dr. Vivek Bindra’s case study about Nepal has been quite famous in social media. Nepali people are having various viewpoints about the video and have been showing their opinions through like, comments shares and dislikes in social media. Some research and result of this case study is quite outdated but some are up to the point and tactful.
And today we are bringing the views of Dr. Vivek Bindra to the audience of Livemandu. Vivek Bindra, a celebrated person throughout the world is a spiritual personality of our eternal culture. We can find a slight influence of Bhagavad-Gita in his presentation and perception as he has always been a follower of spiritual path.
Let’s talk about his childhood which was a series of struggles. Vivek Bindra was born in 1975 in New Delhi and he lost his father when he was just two years old. After this incident, his mother married another person and he had suffered since then. He studied in Xavier’s college and later did MBA from Amity Universty. Despite enormous pain from childhood, he kept taking big steps in life due to his self confidence and determination.
Today, he visits various Business branches of 25 countries of the world to provide training time and to share knowledge but his videos are available free of charge for everyone on YouTube. He comes in the list of top 10 people of India who make income through YouTube which proves that he has many followers and his vision and philosophy have changed the life of many people. He has been rewarded with a title of Doctor of Philosophy.
His views and opinions have a reflection of Bhagavad-Gita and our eternal philosophies. In his interviews, he has also stated that he came to know about Bhagavad-Gita through his teacher while he was studying MBA and since then he built his vision under strong influence of Gita. According to him, Bhagavad-Gita is more like something that you should assimilate with your whole heart rather than just studying it. He says that Gita is not only a religious book but a behavioral book and manual for life. He mentions that this book doesn’t have a word about religion and not one degree of righteousness. It has been mentioned in Gita that Krishna was inspired to implement the knowledge and wisdom given by Guru Dronacharya to Arjun in the battlefield of righteousness. Dr. Bindra started making YouTube videos from 2013 but his few early videos weren’t quite popular but he later started making videos about the case study of various famous brands and their economic ups and downs and gave brief knowledge about that to his audience and became popular. Due to the corporate benefits to the business organization after his Leadership programs, the productivity and motivation of his workmanship slowly gained a global popularity.
According to his co speakers, he loves Nepal and he wants to see this country of Pashupatinath and Muktinath as a center of eternal culture, tradition. His videos apparently advocates for the prosperity of Nepal. If we take business and spirituality hand in hand, Vivek Bindra has been a great supporter of Nepal. He has been rewarded with the title of Best Leadership Trainer of Asia. He has made a world record of providing training to top 100 CEOs of India and starting an entrepreneur YouTube channel. His YouTube channel has around 7 million subscribers and hundred millions of people have already watched his videos. Vivek Bindra, who has also been involved in several religious organizations and their nexus in Nepal for various work and spiritual awareness, shall gain additional popularity and prosperity in this world.
May Vivek and we be successful to save eternal rites and philosophy and give a message to the world about spiritual exposure.
नेपालीमा पढ्नको लागी: डा. बिवेक बिन्द्रा : उनको नेपालप्रतिको चासो
Here’s a video about the case study of Vivek Bindra about Nepal.
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