1948, Female , Indian , Retired from Govt. of India
Born in a small town of Chamkaur Sahib, Kanta Arora, MA, LLB, PhD, spent her childhood within the premises of Ghari, where Sri Guru Gobind Singh had sacrificed his two sons. This had left a profound influence of Guru NÀnak’s teaching on her.
Having done graduation and post-graduation from the Punjab University, she joined Govt of India and held various positions in Finance and Accounts Dept of different ministries.
After superannuation, she became a regular student of theology and made a comparative study of religions and consciousness studies and got her PhD for the thesis “Philosophy of Life: A Study in the Light of Bani (Hymns) of Guru Nanak and Upanishads” from the Centre for Conscious Studies at Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed to be University). She has participated in many national seminars, and international conferences organized by the Center for Conscious Studies, University of Arizona, USA.
1. ‘Fear One, To be Fearless (In perspectives with Upanishad & Guru Nanak’, Pariprekshya – A Research Journal of New Thoughts Vol. XII (2014) published by Nishtha Research Foundation.
2. ‘Consciousness, Divinity and Trinity of Human Form’ (Presented in TSC-15 held at Helsinki, Finland).
3. ‘Consciousness and Smoke of Clouding Waves of Desire’ (Presented in TSC-16 held at Arizona (USA).
2+3 above published by David Publishing Company USA in their Journal of Life Sciences, Vol. No. 5, may 2016. Other papers presented in International Conferences.