Sai Ganesh Nagpal is an award-winning Devotional Music Artist, Educator and Vedic Astrologer with many years of experience as a life-coach and Vedic counsellor.
His transformative sessions offer participants a profound and serene opportunity for inner alignment. He leads groups from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds in various self-development practices and modalities.
Sai’s healing voice has touched many hearts, bringing peace, inner well-being and serenity to people around the world. He has performed music at prestigious venues in different countries, including India, USA, UAE, Austria, Germany, Singapore, and led programs and ceremonies for Heads of State.
Sai’s profound life-coaching as a Vedic Astrology Consultant has benefited individuals and institutions in different parts of the world. His guidance incorporates teachings from the various mystical practices he has been immersed in since childhood. His eloquent interpretations of this knowledge have been widely appreciated around the world for building a bridge between ancient wisdom and contemporary challenges.
The experience of a session with Sai can be peaceful, insightful and empowering.
Special Mention by Deepak Chopra
Acknowledgement by Dr. David Frawley
Special Mention by Dr. David Frawley
Featured in 'The Sindhian'
Featured in ‘The Sindhian’ Lifestyle Magazine. An article titled ‘Music that Heals’.
Review by One Film Fan
From the desk of the DFW SAFF 2019 comes this eloquent review of our film “Vande Mataram – A Dance Tribute”.
Times of India Review
From the Art and Culture desk of the Times of India, we receive a wonderful review!
“How a Film Takes Vande Mataram Back to its Roots”
“Sai, your session was so peaceful and calming, was very informative and has answered many questions I had. I take home with me some very useful practices for my well-being, and I am thankful that I was able to meet you.“
“Thank you so much, Sai Ganesh, for sharing your beautiful voice & stories & knowledge with us. My heart still feels like it’s just bursting wide open.”