Shri Vijay, or Vijaybhai as everyone addresses him, is the Chairperson of SACAC. Vijaybhai had his entire education at the Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education at Puducherry. After finishing his studies, he joined the Ashram.
He is ‘Member Executive – Administration and Finance’ of Sri Aurobindo Society, an international not for profit institution, working throughout the world for individual perfection, social transformation, and human unity based on a deeper spiritual foundation.
He helps in the co-ordination of several projects of the Society including education, rural development, sustainable development and renewable energy, health, leadership and management, youth, Indian culture, media, films and television. He keeps interacting with people from all over the world – students, teachers, educationists, executives, scientists, seekers & aspirants of Truth, sharing with them his insights on life, based on the vision of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother.
Shri Pradeep Narang was born in an industrial family. He went into business after having completed Masters in Economics from Lucknow University and looked after the family sugar mills and ancillary industries for two decades. He was the President of Indian Sugar Mills Association in 1973-74. However, having been drawn to the teachings of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother he came to Pondicherry in 1982 and gave up business thereafter totally. He is at present the whole time honorary Chairman of Sri Aurobindo Society.
Daljeet Wadhwa is the Founding Director of Sri Aurobindo Centre for Arts and Communication (SACAC) New Delhi, which was setup with the aim of infusing spiritual and human values into media and arts education. She has steered SACAC over the last 10 years, to evolve as an innovative and creative media school. Prior to setting up SACAC she co-founded the Electronic Media department at Bhartiya Vidya Bhavan in New Delhi. Daljeet has a Masters in Accounts & Statistics from Commerce College, Indore.
She has been an ardent follower of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother from her formative years. Her quest has been to embody Sri Aurobindo’s dictum “All Life is Yoga”.