Badri’s upcoming book, ‘Jayam’ explains that Dharma is a concept that encompasses various principles such as righteousness, duty, responsibility, morality, and ethical behaviour. Badri has over 18 years of experience as a coach, consultant, and human resources specialist. He has interacted with more than 900 people from all around the world during his extensive investigation and decoding of the multiple dimensions of dharma. He has coached more than 50 people across the world in achieving personal and professional success.
In the context of creating professional growth, Dharma can help individuals understand themselves better and through their roles and responsibilities in their profession. This can guide them towards making ethical decisions and taking responsible actions. By adhering to the principles of Dharma, individuals can maintain their integrity, avoid unethical practices, and navigate through difficult situations with wisdom and courage. Similarly, in the context of personal growth, Dharma can provide individuals with a moral compass to guide them through challenging times. By following the principles of Dharma, individuals can maintain their sense of purpose, find meaning in their struggles, and cultivate resilience and inner strength. By understanding and following the principles of Dharma, individuals can lead fulfilling lives and contribute positively to society.
The Mahabharata, which was originally known as Jayam and meant “the book of victories,” is the inspiration for Badri’s work “Jayam.” According to Badri, real human victory comes from better awareness about oneself, which occurs when one comprehends and deciphers dharma. Through his book, Badri seeks to aid readers in absorbing the lessons of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana and maximising their life experiences through knowledge and devotion to dharma. Follow Badri for more updates: