Photos of Stephen Knapp While Lecturing at Various Venues

 

Speaking at the North American Telegu Conference, 2009.

 

Speaking at the Hindu Mandir Executive Conference, Detroit, 2009.

 

Making a presentation at a Technological Institute, Bangalore, 2010.

 

Speaking at a public venue in Mysore, South India, 2010.

 

Speaking at Mahajana College, Bangalore, 2010.

 

Speaking at Mahajana College, Bangalore, 2010.

 

A Newspaper photo of Stephen giving a lecture at Mangalore, India, September, 2010.

 

 

A newspaper photo of Stephen next to Kamal Kumar Swami doing radio and television interviews in Tirupati, in 2008,

with Prasada Yalamanchi on the left, and another Swami on the right.

 

 

A newspaper photo of Stephen on the left, as guest speaker at the rally in Tirupati, January, 2008, with Prasada Yalamanchi on far right, next to Dr. Prakash Rao, with Dr. Subramanian Swamy (President of the Janata Party) third from right, and Kamal Kumar Swami fourth from the right, and additional speakers.

 

 

Stephen Knapp with faculty and students after a lecture at the Vivekananda School in Warangal, 2008.

 

Stephen Knapp with Sri Sri Sri Tridandi Chinna Srimanarayana Ramanuja Jeeyar Swami (in saffron) and friends,

2003 lecture tour in South India.

 

 

Lecturing on the "Influence of Indian Culture on American Life" at the C. P. and Berar College, organized by the Bharatiya Vichar Manch, with the other speaker, Professor Subhash Kak, looks on.

Above: Stephen at the Shantinekatan Youth Camp, near Washington, D.C. in 2009.

 

 

 

A large poster announcing Stephen Knapp's lecture in Warangal, India by the youth wing of the Pragna Bharati.

 

 

Giving the Keynote lecture at the Hindu Unity Day Festival July 10, 2011 in Flushing, New York.

 

 

Stephen Knapp, third from left, with other dignitaries and speakers at the Hindu Unity Day Festival in New York.

 

 

Giving interviews for Indian television after his keynote lecture at the Hindu Unity Day Festival in New York.

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