Ramnath Subramanian (aka Rasanath Dasa) graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) in 2000 and holds an MBA from Cornell University’s Johnson School of Management. He has worked for Deloitte Consulting as a strategy consultant and most recently as an Investment Banker for Bank of America. Currently, Ramnath serves as the CEO and President of The Bhakti Center, a not-for-profit education and cultural center that provides services in yoga, meditation, vegetarian cooking, art, dance, music, and philosophy centered around Bhakti Yoga, one of India’s oldest schools of yoga. He has taught the Bhagavad Gita, the classic text on yoga, at universities (Cornell University and the University of Albany) as well as in various yoga schools, including the Kripalu Yoga Center and Jivamukti. His dissection of the Gita relies upon his erudition in a wide range of topics, from economics, life sciences, history, current events, and yoga traditions. He has also been a featured TEDx speaker in New York City.