On Wednesday, August 16, from 6 to 7 PM, the Marin Interfaith Council will host their monthly event Getting to Know Your Neighbor's Faith: Ask Me Anything! This particular date will feature Sidharth Kaw, representing the Hindu faith through his particular lens.
Sidharth serves on the North Bay Hindu Center committee and is Treasurer and Board Member of the Marin Interfaith Council.
You can join in-person at:
The Chapel at the First Presbyterian Church
1510 Fifth Ave
San Rafael, CA 94901
Or you can join via Zoom:
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 863 2272 1681
The event is free but if you are able to donate, please do so. Sidharth asks that you donate to both NBHC and MIC if possible. For more information, please visit the event page: https://www.marinifc.org/getting-know-your-neighbors-faith-ask-me-anything-sidharth-kaw
Sidharth Kaw lives and practices Sanātana Dharma (i.e. Hinduism), with an emphasis on applying the philosophy of Vedanta (i.e. the universal philosophy in the Vedas) to our daily lives. Sidharth has served as a teacher and committee member in various capacities for Chinmaya Mission in the Bay Area and Cleveland, Ohio, and currently serves as a committee member for the North Bay Hindu Center. He has been actively involved in the 'Contemplation and Action' and 'Racial Justice' groups for the Marin Interfaith Council and currently serves as a Board member. A major theme of his interfaith dialogue stems from his community's experience, which highlights that supremacy is not just a problem with race, but a grave one for gender and religion. Ultimately, Sidharth seeks to enrich everyone with the knowledge of Sanātana Dharma, which he strongly believes applies philosophically to all women and men of every color and creed.