Dr. Howard J. Resnick, a distinguished teacher of the ancient bhakti-yoga tradition of India, has written and taught for over forty years throughout the world.
Most notably, he is the first westerner in history to successfully translate and comment upon the canonical Bhāgavata-purāna - from within the tradition.
Dr. Resnick received his Ph.D. in Sanskrit and Indian Studies from Harvard University.
He is specialized in teaching the history of philosophy and religion within South Asia.
He has also published articles with Harvard, Columbia, and the University of California. Having lectured at leading universities throughout the United States, Europe, India and South America, Dr. Resnick is sought-after as a speaker for colleges, universities, divinity schools, civic groups, and religious organizations of all kinds.
Fluent in seven languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, German, and Sanskrit), Dr. Resnick recently completed literal translations of the Bhagavad-Gita and the first canto of the Bhagavata-purana. He is now working on a three-part historical novel based on the great Indian epic, the Mahabharata, and has recently published
"A Comprehensive Guide to Bhagavad Gita with Literal Translation," and "Quest For Justice: Select Tales With Modern Illuminations From The Mahabharata."