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On Geeta Society and Prabha Duneja

Lea Blevins writes in insidebayarea.com about Geeta Society (geetasociety.org/about-us/authors-profile/) and its founder and president Prabha Duneja. The nonprofit organization Geeta Society is involved in teaching the ideals of Hinduism and it helps children around the world.

Earlier a special education teacher at Junction Avenue Middle School in Livermore, Prabha Duneja has to her credit eight books and more than 15 audio CDs dealing with various aspects of Hinduism.

From the report
In the Bay Area, Duneja teaches both Hindus and non-Hindus about the faith and its teachings. Her meditation classes, available in the Tri-Valley at Be Well in Livermore and The Yoga Company in San Ramon, are for anyone looking to discover more about themselves.
Prabha Duneja, founder and president of the Geeta Society, is also an active member of the Women’s Federation for World Peace, and the United Nations Association USA. She is also the chairwoman of the Women’s Interfaith Circle of Service/CC-URI. Mrs. Duneja is a recipient of the Global Citizen award, given by UNA-USA East Bay, for her tireless efforts on behalf of schools and orphanages in India and Mozambique. She travels extensively and is a frequent speaker at the Commonwealth Club San Francisco, the Parliament of World’s Religions, schools, universities, temples, churches, mosques, yoga retreats, and religious conferences.  
Mrs. Duneja, a graduate from the Sanskrit University of Kurukshetra, is a well-known Vedic scholar and a devotee of Lord Krishna. She is the author of numerous books and has also recorded several series of lectures on religion, philosophy, the Bhagawad Geeta, the secret powers of mantra, the mysteries of mind and body, and the science of yoga & meditation. Her monumental books The Legacy of yoga in Bhagawad Geeta and Hinduism: Scriptures and Practices have made a powerful impact with readers in the western literary world and are required texts in religious studies courses at St. Mary's college (Moraga, California) and at Yuba College (Marysville, California). She is recognized for the depth of her sincere devotion and selfless service to humanity. Many testify that her inspirational teachings have transformed their lives.