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Bhajans have been sung without interruption since Holy Guruji's body was brought to the ashram from Jodhpur. In the early morning on Sunday the pujas (prayers and chanting ceremonies) began. According to the tradition and regulations of sannyas, Swamiji, as well as all others sannyasis present, have shaved off their hair. The procession of a few thousand people started at 9 a.m. and circled the Ashram grounds. The final destination was the Om Ashram, where the Samadhi (the tomb) had been prepared. Steps to the tomb were decorated with flower malas and the whole place was resonating with mantras. During the final ceremonies Holy Guruji's body was put into the Samadhi Mandir. Since the ceremony, satsang with bhajans is being held 24 hours a day and continued, according to tradition, until November 14th.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwaranandaji inaugurated as Successor of Dharmsamrat Paramhans Swami Madhavanandaji</strong></p> <p><img style="float: left;" src="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/images/articles/oldweb/20031116001/img/7.jpg" alt="7" width="250" height="188" />On November 15th 2003, several thousands of visitors from all over India, as well as guests and devotees from countries far and wide, gathered at the Om Vishwa Deep Gurukul Swami Maheshwarananda Ashram to witness the official declaration of Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwaranandaji as successor of Dharmsamrat Paramhans Swami Madhavanandaji.  <br /><br />This ceremony concluded the period of mourning that was held for the last 16 days beside the shrine of Holy Guruji, where mantras (sacred words of prayer and meditation) and bhajans (spiritual songs) went on round-the-clock since His passing. <br /><br />Vedic priests began to sing ancient mantras at dawn, then Arati (prayer) followed at the shrine. As the sun rose higher, a colourful living river of people began to flow into the Ashram. Among them there were thousands of Sadhus (ascetics) and Sannyasis (monks) from various sects and Ashrams, coming to witness and celebrate Swamiji's declaration as successor of Holy Guruji. Special guests of honour were the Mahamandaleshwars from Maha Nirvani Akhara and the Ambassador of Croatia, personally asked to attend by Croatian President Stjepan Mesic. <br /><br />After salutations to Holy Guruji and his shrine, the priests proclaimed Swamiji as Maha-Shishya (head disciple, successor) of Holy Guruji and began to decorate him with tilak (a spot on the forehead) and flowers. Holy water was sprinkled over Holy Guruji’s sandals and auspicious mantras were written out on his silver, bejewelled Asan (seat), adorned with flower petals and ready to welcome Swamiji. <br /><br />With mighty sounds of drums, horns and shankhs (conch shells), Swamiji was invited to take the seat of Holy Guruji, and as he did so, he received the official Chadar (shawl) to declare him the successor of this great lineage. Then a mass of thousands of bhaktas rushed towards Swamiji, to offer shawls, coconuts and flower malas (garlands), to accept and honour him as the successor. <br /><br />As is custom on such occasions, Swamiji bestowed many gifts on the Mahamandaleshwars, a sincere token of gratitude for their presence and support. <br /><br />A huge bhandara (festivity) followed to feed the thousands of Sadhus (ascetics), Mahants (temple heads) and Munis (sages), as well as every man, woman and child who came from far and wide to partake in this most auspicious event.</p> <p><img style="float: left;" src="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/images/articles/oldweb/20031031001/img/ms4.jpg" alt="ms4" width="250" height="188" />On the 31st of October 2003, at 11 a.m. Indian time, Mahaprabhuji finally called our beloved Satgurudev Hindu Dharmsamrat Paramhans Swami Madhavanandaji (Holy Guruji) into His eternal Kingdom. Though we all feel that this means a great loss for all of us and for the whole of humankind, we do believe that Holy Guruji's Atma will be with us and will continue to take care of us and guide us from other planes. <br /><br />The Mahasamadhi Ceremony took place on Sunday morning, November 2nd, in Om Vishwa Deep Gurukul Swami Maheshwarananda Ashram, Jadan, Distr. Pali, Rajasthan. Bhajans have been sung without interruption since Holy Guruji's body was brought to the ashram from Jodhpur. In the early morning on Sunday the pujas (prayers and chanting ceremonies) began. According to the tradition and regulations of sannyas, Swamiji, as well as all others sannyasis present, have shaved off their hair. The procession of a few thousand people started at 9 a.m. and circled the Ashram grounds. The final destination was the Om Ashram, where the Samadhi (the tomb) had been prepared. Steps to the tomb were decorated with flower malas and the whole place was resonating with mantras. During the final ceremonies Holy Guruji's body was put into the Samadhi Mandir. Since the ceremony, satsang with bhajans is being held 24 hours a day and continued, according to tradition, until November 14th.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwaranandaji inaugurated as Successor of Dharmsamrat Paramhans Swami Madhavanandaji</strong></p> <p><img style="float: left;" src="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/images/articles/oldweb/20031116001/img/7.jpg" alt="7" width="250" height="188" />On November 15th 2003, several thousands of visitors from all over India, as well as guests and devotees from countries far and wide, gathered at the Om Vishwa Deep Gurukul Swami Maheshwarananda Ashram to witness the official declaration of Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwaranandaji as successor of Dharmsamrat Paramhans Swami Madhavanandaji.  <br /><br />This ceremony concluded the period of mourning that was held for the last 16 days beside the shrine of Holy Guruji, where mantras (sacred words of prayer and meditation) and bhajans (spiritual songs) went on round-the-clock since His passing. <br /><br />Vedic priests began to sing ancient mantras at dawn, then Arati (prayer) followed at the shrine. As the sun rose higher, a colourful living river of people began to flow into the Ashram. Among them there were thousands of Sadhus (ascetics) and Sannyasis (monks) from various sects and Ashrams, coming to witness and celebrate Swamiji's declaration as successor of Holy Guruji. Special guests of honour were the Mahamandaleshwars from Maha Nirvani Akhara and the Ambassador of Croatia, personally asked to attend by Croatian President Stjepan Mesic. <br /><br />After salutations to Holy Guruji and his shrine, the priests proclaimed Swamiji as Maha-Shishya (head disciple, successor) of Holy Guruji and began to decorate him with tilak (a spot on the forehead) and flowers. Holy water was sprinkled over Holy Guruji’s sandals and auspicious mantras were written out on his silver, bejewelled Asan (seat), adorned with flower petals and ready to welcome Swamiji. <br /><br />With mighty sounds of drums, horns and shankhs (conch shells), Swamiji was invited to take the seat of Holy Guruji, and as he did so, he received the official Chadar (shawl) to declare him the successor of this great lineage. Then a mass of thousands of bhaktas rushed towards Swamiji, to offer shawls, coconuts and flower malas (garlands), to accept and honour him as the successor. <br /><br />As is custom on such occasions, Swamiji bestowed many gifts on the Mahamandaleshwars, a sincere token of gratitude for their presence and support. <br /><br />A huge bhandara (festivity) followed to feed the thousands of Sadhus (ascetics), Mahants (temple heads) and Munis (sages), as well as every man, woman and child who came from far and wide to partake in this most auspicious event.</p> More about Hindu Dharmsamrat Paramhans Sri Swami Madhavananda - Lila Amrit 2009-09-04T21:04:11Z 2009-09-04T21:04:11Z http://www.yogaindailylife.org/author/spiritual-lineage/more-about-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda-lila-amrit Rampuri rampuri@yogaindailylife.org <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji":</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>The Origin of the Book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</strong></p> <p>... Now let us return again to the events of Khatu in the year of 1963.</p> <p>At an early hour on the morning after our arrival, Mahaprabhuji called me to his room and spoke the words I have already quoted in the preface of this book, revealing that he would leave the world ten months hence, on the day of Pausha Krishna Chaturti, December 5, 1963, at five o'clock in the morning.</p> <p>As I was unwilling to believe this announcement, he urged, "Tell me, what is your greatest wish so that later on you may not regret having missed this opportunity."</p> <p>Eventually I said a prayer and then spoke, "Holy Master, I ask just for one thing, that my concentration be directed only to you at any place, at any time. That all your devotees be blessed and led in your omnipotence to achieve <em>brahmananda</em> (Divine bliss). I wish for millions of people to live by your blessing so that the world's suffering will be relieved."</p> <p>Mahaprabhuji laid his hand upon my head in blessing.</p> <p>"My son, the light of my true form shall always be with you. Anywhere, at any time, you are protected by me. Whatever you wish will be fulfilled."</p> <p>I then repeated my already often expressed request to be permitted to write his life story and this time he agreed. I was immensely happy about this but, on the other hand, was deeply worried and confused by the announcement of his impending departure from this world ...</p> <p>Please visit our Lila Amrit Online Edition: <a href="http://www.LilaAmrit.org" target="_blank">LilaAmrit.org</a></p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji":</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>The Origin of the Book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</strong></p> <p>... Now let us return again to the events of Khatu in the year of 1963.</p> <p>At an early hour on the morning after our arrival, Mahaprabhuji called me to his room and spoke the words I have already quoted in the preface of this book, revealing that he would leave the world ten months hence, on the day of Pausha Krishna Chaturti, December 5, 1963, at five o'clock in the morning.</p> <p>As I was unwilling to believe this announcement, he urged, "Tell me, what is your greatest wish so that later on you may not regret having missed this opportunity."</p> <p>Eventually I said a prayer and then spoke, "Holy Master, I ask just for one thing, that my concentration be directed only to you at any place, at any time. That all your devotees be blessed and led in your omnipotence to achieve <em>brahmananda</em> (Divine bliss). I wish for millions of people to live by your blessing so that the world's suffering will be relieved."</p> <p>Mahaprabhuji laid his hand upon my head in blessing.</p> <p>"My son, the light of my true form shall always be with you. Anywhere, at any time, you are protected by me. Whatever you wish will be fulfilled."</p> <p>I then repeated my already often expressed request to be permitted to write his life story and this time he agreed. I was immensely happy about this but, on the other hand, was deeply worried and confused by the announcement of his impending departure from this world ...</p> <p>Please visit our Lila Amrit Online Edition: <a href="http://www.LilaAmrit.org" target="_blank">LilaAmrit.org</a></p> <p> </p> <p> </p> More about Hindu Dharmsamrat Paramhans Sri Swami Madhavananda - Perfect Happiness 2009-09-04T20:34:19Z 2009-09-04T20:34:19Z http://www.yogaindailylife.org/author/spiritual-lineage/more-about-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda-perfect-happiness Rampuri rampuri@yogaindailylife.org <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji":</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Perfect Happiness</strong></p> <p><img style="margin: 0px 5px 5px 0px; float: left;" src="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/images/common/lineage/MahaprabhujiGuruji063.jpg" alt="MahaprabhujiGuruji063" width="300" height="449" />As my life with him began, I had the feeling that I was home at last.</p> <p>After I had been nearly one month in joyful service to my <em>Guru</em>, he said to me, "You need to go home now and inform your parents of your decision."</p> <p>I would have preferred never to separate from him again but I obeyed the wish of my beloved Master and went to Nipal, my home village. Shortly afterwards, Mahaprabhuji also left Jodhpur and returned to Sri Deva Dungary Sannyas Ashram at Bari Khatu.</p> <p>My parents were relieved to have me home again but to begin with they didn't appreciate my decision to live with my holy Master for, like all parents, they wished that I follow on with family life in the way they did. Eventually they seemed to reconcile themselves to the idea, trying only to prolong my stay with them by making it as pleasant as possible.</p> <p>However, soon I had the feeling that they were only playing for time in order to convince me to change my mind. So, one night, I silently left my parents home and went to Sri Deva Dungary Sannyas Ashram, which is nearly three-hundred kilometres from Nipal.</p> <p>It was only when I saw Mahaprabhuji again that the thirst of my soul was quenched and peace and happiness returned to my heart.</p> <p>"Lord," I implored him, "let me be your devotee and disciple forever!"</p> <p>"My son, you are mine and I am yours," Mahaprabhuji said, taking my hand. "Calm your mind and don't worry. Matters will now proceed to your satisfaction and all your desires will be fulfilled."</p> <p>He paused, then continued.</p> <p>"I have four jobs to offer and you may choose one. The first is employment with the British Government, the second with the Indian Government, the third with the Muslim Government and the fourth with the Government of the Saints. With which Government would you like to be employed?"</p> <p>As he spoke, I felt his Light flowing through my body and words leapt eagerly to my lips.</p> <p>"O Mahaprabhuji, make me a servant in the Kingdom of Saints!"</p> <p>"Should I?" he teased.</p> <p>"Oh, yes!" I answered.</p> <p>The Lord of Mercy closed his eyes for about two minutes and changed my fortune. He planned a blessed future for me. Then he opened his eyes and looked at me full of mercy and blessed my head with his hands.</p> <p>"I have employed you. From today on you need not worry about how to live. I will give you an orange dress and you will never have to search for another job."</p> <p>He continued, "Fortune can be changed by the Satguru and not even Brahma can alter what the Satguru has decided."</p> <p>I looked into his face and experienced such transcendental joy, as if my heart were filled with all the pleasures of the world.</p> <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji":</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Perfect Happiness</strong></p> <p><img style="margin: 0px 5px 5px 0px; float: left;" src="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/images/common/lineage/MahaprabhujiGuruji063.jpg" alt="MahaprabhujiGuruji063" width="300" height="449" />As my life with him began, I had the feeling that I was home at last.</p> <p>After I had been nearly one month in joyful service to my <em>Guru</em>, he said to me, "You need to go home now and inform your parents of your decision."</p> <p>I would have preferred never to separate from him again but I obeyed the wish of my beloved Master and went to Nipal, my home village. Shortly afterwards, Mahaprabhuji also left Jodhpur and returned to Sri Deva Dungary Sannyas Ashram at Bari Khatu.</p> <p>My parents were relieved to have me home again but to begin with they didn't appreciate my decision to live with my holy Master for, like all parents, they wished that I follow on with family life in the way they did. Eventually they seemed to reconcile themselves to the idea, trying only to prolong my stay with them by making it as pleasant as possible.</p> <p>However, soon I had the feeling that they were only playing for time in order to convince me to change my mind. So, one night, I silently left my parents home and went to Sri Deva Dungary Sannyas Ashram, which is nearly three-hundred kilometres from Nipal.</p> <p>It was only when I saw Mahaprabhuji again that the thirst of my soul was quenched and peace and happiness returned to my heart.</p> <p>"Lord," I implored him, "let me be your devotee and disciple forever!"</p> <p>"My son, you are mine and I am yours," Mahaprabhuji said, taking my hand. "Calm your mind and don't worry. Matters will now proceed to your satisfaction and all your desires will be fulfilled."</p> <p>He paused, then continued.</p> <p>"I have four jobs to offer and you may choose one. The first is employment with the British Government, the second with the Indian Government, the third with the Muslim Government and the fourth with the Government of the Saints. With which Government would you like to be employed?"</p> <p>As he spoke, I felt his Light flowing through my body and words leapt eagerly to my lips.</p> <p>"O Mahaprabhuji, make me a servant in the Kingdom of Saints!"</p> <p>"Should I?" he teased.</p> <p>"Oh, yes!" I answered.</p> <p>The Lord of Mercy closed his eyes for about two minutes and changed my fortune. He planned a blessed future for me. Then he opened his eyes and looked at me full of mercy and blessed my head with his hands.</p> <p>"I have employed you. From today on you need not worry about how to live. I will give you an orange dress and you will never have to search for another job."</p> <p>He continued, "Fortune can be changed by the Satguru and not even Brahma can alter what the Satguru has decided."</p> <p>I looked into his face and experienced such transcendental joy, as if my heart were filled with all the pleasures of the world.</p> More about Hindu Dharmsamrat Paramhans Sri Swami Madhavananda - My First Meeting with Sri Mahaprabhuji 2009-09-04T20:17:43Z 2009-09-04T20:17:43Z http://www.yogaindailylife.org/author/spiritual-lineage/more-about-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda-my-first-meeting-with-sri-mahaprabhuji Rampuri rampuri@yogaindailylife.org <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji":</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>My First Meeting with Sri Mahaprabhuji</strong></p> <p><img style="margin: 0px 5px 5px 0px; float: left;" src="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/images/common/lineage/Mahaprabhuji_10.jpg" alt="Mahaprabhuji_10" width="300" height="472" />An intensely powerful longing took hold of me and I could hardly wait to meet this <em>Guru</em>. Fortunately, not too long after that Mahaprabhuji was invited by the <em>maharaja</em> of Jodhpur to that city and so he blessed the people there with his glorious <em>satsangs</em>. Since Jodhpur was at a manageable distance, I decided to take this opportunity to visit him for the first time. Due to the stories of Thakur Ragunath Singhji and Swami Bodhanandji, deep in my heart Mahaprabhuji was already my Master and I wanted to get to know him personally as soon as possible.</p> <p>I arrived at Jodhpur by train at nine o'clock in the evening and directly went to Mahaprabhuji's <em>satsang</em>. To my utter bewilderment, when I stood before him at ten o'clock, I saw none other than the Lord Krishna to whom I daily prayed in my meditation. My eyes filled with tears and I fell to my knees. I had only one wish and that was to surrender myself completely.</p> <p>Merciful Mahaprabhuji placed his holy hand on my forehead.</p> <p>"My son, I have saved you forever. Remember the words I spoke to you three and one-half months ago in your meditation."</p> <p>As they must, the words of the Lord had come true. From that moment on I dedicated my life to him and promised to stay with him forever. At the age of seventeen I knew I had found the everlasting Light of my life and decided to spend the rest of my life under his merciful care.</p> <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji":</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>My First Meeting with Sri Mahaprabhuji</strong></p> <p><img style="margin: 0px 5px 5px 0px; float: left;" src="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/images/common/lineage/Mahaprabhuji_10.jpg" alt="Mahaprabhuji_10" width="300" height="472" />An intensely powerful longing took hold of me and I could hardly wait to meet this <em>Guru</em>. Fortunately, not too long after that Mahaprabhuji was invited by the <em>maharaja</em> of Jodhpur to that city and so he blessed the people there with his glorious <em>satsangs</em>. Since Jodhpur was at a manageable distance, I decided to take this opportunity to visit him for the first time. Due to the stories of Thakur Ragunath Singhji and Swami Bodhanandji, deep in my heart Mahaprabhuji was already my Master and I wanted to get to know him personally as soon as possible.</p> <p>I arrived at Jodhpur by train at nine o'clock in the evening and directly went to Mahaprabhuji's <em>satsang</em>. To my utter bewilderment, when I stood before him at ten o'clock, I saw none other than the Lord Krishna to whom I daily prayed in my meditation. My eyes filled with tears and I fell to my knees. I had only one wish and that was to surrender myself completely.</p> <p>Merciful Mahaprabhuji placed his holy hand on my forehead.</p> <p>"My son, I have saved you forever. Remember the words I spoke to you three and one-half months ago in your meditation."</p> <p>As they must, the words of the Lord had come true. From that moment on I dedicated my life to him and promised to stay with him forever. At the age of seventeen I knew I had found the everlasting Light of my life and decided to spend the rest of my life under his merciful care.</p> More about Hindu Dharmsamrat Paramhans Sri Swami Madhavananda 2009-09-04T20:15:35Z 2009-09-04T20:15:35Z http://www.yogaindailylife.org/author/spiritual-lineage/more-about-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda Rampuri rampuri@yogaindailylife.org <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji":</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>My First Meeting with Sri Mahaprabhuji</strong></p> <p>An intensely powerful longing took hold of me and I could hardly wait to meet this <em>Guru</em>. Fortunately, not too long after that Mahaprabhuji was invited by the <em>maharaja</em> of Jodhpur to that city and so he blessed the people there with his glorious <em>satsangs</em>.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=199:more-about-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda-my-first-meeting-with-sri-mahaprabhuji&amp;catid=192">Read more</a></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Perfect Happiness</strong></p> <p>As my life with him began, I had the feeling that I was home at last. After I had been nearly one month in joyful service to my <em>Guru</em>, he said to me, "You need to go home now and inform your parents of your decision."</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=200:more-about-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda-perfect-happiness&amp;catid=192">Read more</a></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>The Origin of the Book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</strong></p> <p>Now let us return again to the events of Khatu in the year of 1963.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=201:more-about-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda-lila-amrit&amp;catid=192">Read more </a></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> <p><strong>Mahasamadhi of H.H. Hindu Dharmsamrat Paramhans Sri Swami Madhavananda</strong></p> <p>On the 31st of October 2003, at 11 a.m. Indian time, Mahaprabhuji finally called our beloved Satgurudev Hindu Dharmsamrat Paramhans Swami Madhavanandaji (Holy Guruji) into His eternal Kingdom.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=218:mahasamadhi-of-hh-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda&amp;catid=192">Read more</a></p> <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji":</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>My First Meeting with Sri Mahaprabhuji</strong></p> <p>An intensely powerful longing took hold of me and I could hardly wait to meet this <em>Guru</em>. Fortunately, not too long after that Mahaprabhuji was invited by the <em>maharaja</em> of Jodhpur to that city and so he blessed the people there with his glorious <em>satsangs</em>.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=199:more-about-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda-my-first-meeting-with-sri-mahaprabhuji&amp;catid=192">Read more</a></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Perfect Happiness</strong></p> <p>As my life with him began, I had the feeling that I was home at last. After I had been nearly one month in joyful service to my <em>Guru</em>, he said to me, "You need to go home now and inform your parents of your decision."</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=200:more-about-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda-perfect-happiness&amp;catid=192">Read more</a></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>The Origin of the Book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</strong></p> <p>Now let us return again to the events of Khatu in the year of 1963.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=201:more-about-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda-lila-amrit&amp;catid=192">Read more </a></p> <p><strong><br /></strong></p> <p><strong>Mahasamadhi of H.H. Hindu Dharmsamrat Paramhans Sri Swami Madhavananda</strong></p> <p>On the 31st of October 2003, at 11 a.m. Indian time, Mahaprabhuji finally called our beloved Satgurudev Hindu Dharmsamrat Paramhans Swami Madhavanandaji (Holy Guruji) into His eternal Kingdom.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=218:mahasamadhi-of-hh-hindu-dharmsamrat-paramhans-sri-swami-madhavananda&amp;catid=192">Read more</a></p> More about Bhagvan Sri Deep Narayan Mahaprabhuji - The First Meeting with the Divine Master 2009-08-26T21:02:36Z 2009-08-26T21:02:36Z http://www.yogaindailylife.org/author/spiritual-lineage/more-about-bhagvan-sri-deep-narayan-mahaprabhuji-the-first-meeting-with-the-divine-master Rampuri rampuri@yogaindailylife.org <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</p> <p> </p> <p>Soon after Nath Puri left Kailash with his message, Sri Devpuriji made his way to Bari Khatu accompanied by his cows, horse, goats, birds and snakes. His faithful black sheep also followed. On his arrival the villagers gathered in crowds to receive his darshan, for long ago his fame had reached them.<br />The area surrounding Bari Khatu is quite hilly and the village is located atop one of those hills. However, Sri Devpuriji didn't go directly there, instead he set up camp in a nearby valley.</p> <p>It was in this valley that the two great souls first came together, where there merged two streams of pure love and light.</p> <p>On that day Bhagwan Sri Deep Narayan Mahaprabhuji had led his cows to graze in this same valley and as he watched them, he suddenly became aware of the presence of Lord Shiva himself standing before him, smiling. With respect and great reverence Mahaprabhuji bowed his head and then with folded hands praised God in this wonderful bhajan.</p> <p>OM NAMASTE SRI GURUDEVA PURI DAYALAM<br />Gracious OM in human form, O Devpuriji!<br />Thou manifest the eternal blessing of immortality,<br />Thou lead us from unreality to reality,<br />O Immortal One! Truly Thou art God!<br />Thou art beginning, middle and end, Omniscient and      <br />Omnipresent,<br />Unborn and unbound, standing beyond everything,<br />Your Swami Deep worships Thee forever.</p> <p>Sri Devpuriji raised his hands in blessing and spoke to Mahaprabhuji: "Vishwa Deep, Light of the Universe, myself and yourself are one and the same. Only our bodies differ, but our souls are united. Although the vessels are different, the Light within always remains the same. You personify sat cit ananda — truth, pure consciousness and eternal bliss. As sat sanatan dharma stipulates, we will now commence that holy relationship of Master and disciple."</p> <p>Then he initiated Mahaprabhuji with a holy mantra. With great reverence, gratitude and joy, Mahaprabhuji accepted the mercy shown by Sri Devpuriji and praised his Divine Guru.</p> <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</p> <p> </p> <p>Soon after Nath Puri left Kailash with his message, Sri Devpuriji made his way to Bari Khatu accompanied by his cows, horse, goats, birds and snakes. His faithful black sheep also followed. On his arrival the villagers gathered in crowds to receive his darshan, for long ago his fame had reached them.<br />The area surrounding Bari Khatu is quite hilly and the village is located atop one of those hills. However, Sri Devpuriji didn't go directly there, instead he set up camp in a nearby valley.</p> <p>It was in this valley that the two great souls first came together, where there merged two streams of pure love and light.</p> <p>On that day Bhagwan Sri Deep Narayan Mahaprabhuji had led his cows to graze in this same valley and as he watched them, he suddenly became aware of the presence of Lord Shiva himself standing before him, smiling. With respect and great reverence Mahaprabhuji bowed his head and then with folded hands praised God in this wonderful bhajan.</p> <p>OM NAMASTE SRI GURUDEVA PURI DAYALAM<br />Gracious OM in human form, O Devpuriji!<br />Thou manifest the eternal blessing of immortality,<br />Thou lead us from unreality to reality,<br />O Immortal One! Truly Thou art God!<br />Thou art beginning, middle and end, Omniscient and      <br />Omnipresent,<br />Unborn and unbound, standing beyond everything,<br />Your Swami Deep worships Thee forever.</p> <p>Sri Devpuriji raised his hands in blessing and spoke to Mahaprabhuji: "Vishwa Deep, Light of the Universe, myself and yourself are one and the same. Only our bodies differ, but our souls are united. Although the vessels are different, the Light within always remains the same. You personify sat cit ananda — truth, pure consciousness and eternal bliss. As sat sanatan dharma stipulates, we will now commence that holy relationship of Master and disciple."</p> <p>Then he initiated Mahaprabhuji with a holy mantra. With great reverence, gratitude and joy, Mahaprabhuji accepted the mercy shown by Sri Devpuriji and praised his Divine Guru.</p> More about Bhagvan Sri Deep Narayan Mahaprabhuji - Yoga Nidra - The Sleep of Yogis 2009-08-26T20:55:45Z 2009-08-26T20:55:45Z http://www.yogaindailylife.org/author/spiritual-lineage/more-about-bhagvan-sri-deep-narayan-mahaprabhuji-yoga-nidra-the-sleep-of-yogis Rampuri rampuri@yogaindailylife.org <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</p> <p><strong> </strong><br /><img style="float: left;" src="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/images/common/lineage/Mahaprabhuji02.jpg" alt="Mahaprabhuji02" width="108" height="153" />During his stay in Pushkar, Mahaprabhuji was visited by some ascetic yogis who entertained peculiar ideas about the spiritual path. It was part of their belief to force the body to extremes such as eating very little, depriving themselves of sleep and exposing their almost naked bodies to the stinging rays of the sun and nightly frosts. In short, they performed very extreme practices.</p> <p>The body is the home of the soul and therefore we should protect it and keep it healthy, not torture it. Of course the body should be under our control and not we under its, but mortification will not prove advantageous.</p> <p>When the ascetics arrived at the ashram at midday, they saw Mahaprabhuji covered with a shawl resting.</p> <p>"This swami leads a very comfortable life," they whispered. "He probably spends a lot of time eating and sleeping."</p> <p>Mahaprabhuji sat up, somewhat to their surprise and greeted them respectfully.</p> <p>"To welcome you to this ashram, I will sing you a bhajan. Just listen. This song is about yoga nidra, the "sleep of the yogi."</p> <p> </p> <p>YOGI JANO KI YOGA-NINDRA</p> <p>Rare is he who knows Yoga Nidra,<br />That sleep which is conscious,</p> <p>The sun rises in the night!<br />His eyes are closed<br />But they are connected with <br />the all-seeing inner consciousness,</p> <p>His bed is prepared in Shunya, in nothingness,<br />Completely detached from the body,<br />The nature of that place is white and void.</p> <p>The flower that is upside down<br />Opens its blossom in front of him,<br />These words come out of that medium,<br />The hovering bond of consciousness is tied with Turiya,<br />In the void numerous suns rise<br />And the unrealizable is realized,<br />The power of Divine nature awakens,<br />The upside-down blossom awakens the power<br />and grows into Super-Consciousness.</p> <p>Consciousness unites with Super-Consciousness<br />The Yogi attains selfhood<br />And listens to the noiseless sound of the DivineName,<br />Immediately his consciousness is united<br />with the Supreme,<br />He gains knowledge of the Tattvas, the elements,<br />Because his consciousness has returned to its<br />heavenly home.</p> <p>There is only void-consciousness, no other vision,<br />Nothing else is visible,<br />Before he reached this state, his words lacked certainty,<br />He was standing at the border shouting questions<br />About what was beyond,<br />Now he is Purusha, complete,<br />And his words express that which is beyond expression.</p> <p>Omniscient Shiva revealed the science of Yoga,<br />Sri Krishna explained it in the Gita,<br />Many Saints and Yogis have sung its ancient glory<br />But few indeed have realized it.</p> <p>Sri Alakh Puriji, the true Sannyasi,<br />has realized the complete,<br />Sri Devpuriji, Master of the Yogis,<br />Showed me that formless world,<br />Only few know about Yoga Nidra,<br />They can understand what the Guru is.</p> <p>Mahaprabhu Deep says that they are<br />the true heroes who<br />Awaken the Eternal Consciousness<br />within their consciousness.</p> <p> </p> <p>During the bhajan the ascetics sat silent and alert, so as not to miss one word. They begged Mahaprabhuji's pardon for their ignorant interpretation.</p> <p>"Fooled by outward appearance we took you for an ordinary man taking his ease. Today for the first time we have heard of this technique of yoga nidra. Your beautiful words have pierced our hearts like arrows and awakened the wish for personal experience of this knowledge coming from God. Great Master, we beg of you, teach us this extraordinary sleep of the yogis!"</p> <p>In his grace, Mahaprabhuji consented and he taught them the technique of attaining that state of conscious sleep. Then, raising his hand over them, he enabled them to enter into it.</p> <p>On returning to normal consciousness he told them, "I have made you a gift of this experience so that you know what you will be searching for. Yoga nidra is a state of consciousness in which you are connected with that Divine energy pervading the whole Cosmos. This energy is beyond space and time and during this state of consciousness you can see past, present and future. You know your past lives and what will manifest in the future. Through yoga nidra you can work through karmas, as this clarity penetrates levels of the unconscious and subconscious. Yoga nidra is a great technique that is not so easily Mastered, as there is always the danger of falling into normal sleep."</p> <p>This technique can only be taught by a Master who has gained control over it himself. In the beginning, yoga nidra is used just as a physical and mental relaxation technique, but this is not the true sleep of a yogi, which penetrates into much deeper levels of consciousness. Yoga nidra should not be confused with techniques of auto-suggestion, or "autogenous training," through which spiritual transformation or effect cannot be achieved.</p> <p>Sri Devpuriji developed yoga nidra and passed it on to Mahaprabhuji. This is supported by reports that it was taught to his disciples since 1880. On his journeys to the Himalayas, Sri Devpuriji met, among others, Swami Shivananda of Rishikesh and Swami Muktanada, who is well known in Europe and conveyed the technique of yoga nidra to several yogis and swamis. Thus yoga nidra gradually spread throughout India and finally to Europe and America.</p> <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</p> <p><strong> </strong><br /><img style="float: left;" src="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/images/common/lineage/Mahaprabhuji02.jpg" alt="Mahaprabhuji02" width="108" height="153" />During his stay in Pushkar, Mahaprabhuji was visited by some ascetic yogis who entertained peculiar ideas about the spiritual path. It was part of their belief to force the body to extremes such as eating very little, depriving themselves of sleep and exposing their almost naked bodies to the stinging rays of the sun and nightly frosts. In short, they performed very extreme practices.</p> <p>The body is the home of the soul and therefore we should protect it and keep it healthy, not torture it. Of course the body should be under our control and not we under its, but mortification will not prove advantageous.</p> <p>When the ascetics arrived at the ashram at midday, they saw Mahaprabhuji covered with a shawl resting.</p> <p>"This swami leads a very comfortable life," they whispered. "He probably spends a lot of time eating and sleeping."</p> <p>Mahaprabhuji sat up, somewhat to their surprise and greeted them respectfully.</p> <p>"To welcome you to this ashram, I will sing you a bhajan. Just listen. This song is about yoga nidra, the "sleep of the yogi."</p> <p> </p> <p>YOGI JANO KI YOGA-NINDRA</p> <p>Rare is he who knows Yoga Nidra,<br />That sleep which is conscious,</p> <p>The sun rises in the night!<br />His eyes are closed<br />But they are connected with <br />the all-seeing inner consciousness,</p> <p>His bed is prepared in Shunya, in nothingness,<br />Completely detached from the body,<br />The nature of that place is white and void.</p> <p>The flower that is upside down<br />Opens its blossom in front of him,<br />These words come out of that medium,<br />The hovering bond of consciousness is tied with Turiya,<br />In the void numerous suns rise<br />And the unrealizable is realized,<br />The power of Divine nature awakens,<br />The upside-down blossom awakens the power<br />and grows into Super-Consciousness.</p> <p>Consciousness unites with Super-Consciousness<br />The Yogi attains selfhood<br />And listens to the noiseless sound of the DivineName,<br />Immediately his consciousness is united<br />with the Supreme,<br />He gains knowledge of the Tattvas, the elements,<br />Because his consciousness has returned to its<br />heavenly home.</p> <p>There is only void-consciousness, no other vision,<br />Nothing else is visible,<br />Before he reached this state, his words lacked certainty,<br />He was standing at the border shouting questions<br />About what was beyond,<br />Now he is Purusha, complete,<br />And his words express that which is beyond expression.</p> <p>Omniscient Shiva revealed the science of Yoga,<br />Sri Krishna explained it in the Gita,<br />Many Saints and Yogis have sung its ancient glory<br />But few indeed have realized it.</p> <p>Sri Alakh Puriji, the true Sannyasi,<br />has realized the complete,<br />Sri Devpuriji, Master of the Yogis,<br />Showed me that formless world,<br />Only few know about Yoga Nidra,<br />They can understand what the Guru is.</p> <p>Mahaprabhu Deep says that they are<br />the true heroes who<br />Awaken the Eternal Consciousness<br />within their consciousness.</p> <p> </p> <p>During the bhajan the ascetics sat silent and alert, so as not to miss one word. They begged Mahaprabhuji's pardon for their ignorant interpretation.</p> <p>"Fooled by outward appearance we took you for an ordinary man taking his ease. Today for the first time we have heard of this technique of yoga nidra. Your beautiful words have pierced our hearts like arrows and awakened the wish for personal experience of this knowledge coming from God. Great Master, we beg of you, teach us this extraordinary sleep of the yogis!"</p> <p>In his grace, Mahaprabhuji consented and he taught them the technique of attaining that state of conscious sleep. Then, raising his hand over them, he enabled them to enter into it.</p> <p>On returning to normal consciousness he told them, "I have made you a gift of this experience so that you know what you will be searching for. Yoga nidra is a state of consciousness in which you are connected with that Divine energy pervading the whole Cosmos. This energy is beyond space and time and during this state of consciousness you can see past, present and future. You know your past lives and what will manifest in the future. Through yoga nidra you can work through karmas, as this clarity penetrates levels of the unconscious and subconscious. Yoga nidra is a great technique that is not so easily Mastered, as there is always the danger of falling into normal sleep."</p> <p>This technique can only be taught by a Master who has gained control over it himself. In the beginning, yoga nidra is used just as a physical and mental relaxation technique, but this is not the true sleep of a yogi, which penetrates into much deeper levels of consciousness. Yoga nidra should not be confused with techniques of auto-suggestion, or "autogenous training," through which spiritual transformation or effect cannot be achieved.</p> <p>Sri Devpuriji developed yoga nidra and passed it on to Mahaprabhuji. This is supported by reports that it was taught to his disciples since 1880. On his journeys to the Himalayas, Sri Devpuriji met, among others, Swami Shivananda of Rishikesh and Swami Muktanada, who is well known in Europe and conveyed the technique of yoga nidra to several yogis and swamis. Thus yoga nidra gradually spread throughout India and finally to Europe and America.</p> More about Paramyogeshwar Sri Devpuriji - Books in the Sacred Fire 2009-08-26T20:50:13Z 2009-08-26T20:50:13Z http://www.yogaindailylife.org/author/spiritual-lineage/more-about-paramyogeshwar-sri-devpuriji-books-in-the-sacred-fire Rampuri rampuri@yogaindailylife.org <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Books in the Sacred Fire</strong></p> <p>Once when Sri Devpuriji was staying near Khatu, Thakur Ishvar Singhji of Choti Khatu came to visit and invited Sri Devpuriji to his palace. He accepted the invitation: "Expect me tomorrow morning at ten o'clock."</p> <p>The thakur returned to his palace to make preparations for Gurudeva's arrival. At exactly ten o'clock the next morning, Sri Devpuriji appeared and the family of the thakur received him with full honours. Thakur Ishvar Singhji showed Sri Devpuriji his house and took him to the library, which contained many books. After looking at them, Sri Devpuriji ordered all to be carried to the courtyard and placed in a pile. Next he demanded a can of petrol, which he poured over the books and then set alight. Sitting before the fire, he meditated just as if he were before his own sacred fireplace.</p> <p>The thakur watched this with mixed feelings. On the one hand he grieved for the loss of his most treasured books but on the other hand he dared not oppose the will of his Gurudeva.</p> <p>When finally the fire had subsided, Sri Devpuriji turned with a smile to the thakur.</p> <p>"Most of your books were useless, therefore I made a selection of only those that were truly precious. Look here! Five books have been spared by the fire. These are those holy texts which will bring benefit and blessing to you and the whole world."</p> <p>Astonished, Thakur Ishvar Singhji and his family acknowledged this miracle that Sri Devpuriji had performed. Until the end of his life, the thakur read no books other than those five holy texts which had been saved from the fire.</p> <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Books in the Sacred Fire</strong></p> <p>Once when Sri Devpuriji was staying near Khatu, Thakur Ishvar Singhji of Choti Khatu came to visit and invited Sri Devpuriji to his palace. He accepted the invitation: "Expect me tomorrow morning at ten o'clock."</p> <p>The thakur returned to his palace to make preparations for Gurudeva's arrival. At exactly ten o'clock the next morning, Sri Devpuriji appeared and the family of the thakur received him with full honours. Thakur Ishvar Singhji showed Sri Devpuriji his house and took him to the library, which contained many books. After looking at them, Sri Devpuriji ordered all to be carried to the courtyard and placed in a pile. Next he demanded a can of petrol, which he poured over the books and then set alight. Sitting before the fire, he meditated just as if he were before his own sacred fireplace.</p> <p>The thakur watched this with mixed feelings. On the one hand he grieved for the loss of his most treasured books but on the other hand he dared not oppose the will of his Gurudeva.</p> <p>When finally the fire had subsided, Sri Devpuriji turned with a smile to the thakur.</p> <p>"Most of your books were useless, therefore I made a selection of only those that were truly precious. Look here! Five books have been spared by the fire. These are those holy texts which will bring benefit and blessing to you and the whole world."</p> <p>Astonished, Thakur Ishvar Singhji and his family acknowledged this miracle that Sri Devpuriji had performed. Until the end of his life, the thakur read no books other than those five holy texts which had been saved from the fire.</p> More about Bhagvan Sri Deep Narayan Mahaprabhuji - Going to school 2009-08-26T20:45:11Z 2009-08-26T20:45:11Z http://www.yogaindailylife.org/author/spiritual-lineage/more-about-bhagvan-sri-deep-narayan-mahaprabhuji-going-to-school Rampuri rampuri@yogaindailylife.org <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Mahaprabhuji Goes to School</strong></p> <p>During the time of British rule in India, not all villages had schools and it was extremely difficult for children to receive proper education. Pandits usually taught the children how to read and write and so at the age of five, Mahaprabhuji's parents entrusted him to a learned scholar.</p> <p>The pandit took loving care of the boy and began his education by writing the first two letters of Devanagari — a and á — on a slate. After explaining the pronounciation and spelling of both these vowels, he asked Mahaprabhuji to repeat them.</p> <p>Mahaprabhuji looked attentively at the characters drawn on the slate and then put the following questions to the pandit. "Please tell me, which of these 'a’s' was here first? From what was the first 'a' formed and how did it develop further? What is the form of the sound of 'a' and from where does its spelling come? Why does this character stand at the beginning of the alphabet? Dear Sir, I will ask more questions after these have been answered."<br /> The pandit was astonished to hear such words from the lips of a child.</p> <p>"According to our grammar the letters are usually arranged, written and pronounced in this way. I can’t say anything more."</p> <p>"Dear Sir," Mahaprabhuji replied, "will you allow me to give an explanation?"</p> <p>Then with deep wisdom he revealed the secret of the creation, preservation and destruction of the Cosmos. He explained our attachment to the process of nature, which has its origin in the three godheads (Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh or Shiva), the three gunas (sattva, rajas and tamas) and the three chronological dimensions (of past, present and future). He described how the sound of "a" (which is composed of the three matras) contains all of this.</p> <p>The pandit felt his inner Self filled with an indescribable bliss and tears of joy filled his eyes. He bowed to Mahaprabhuji.</p> <p>"O Ocean of Mercy, the true knowledge of Brahman has been revealed to me today, by you. You have made me infinitely happy. Lord, please bless me not only in this life, but also in the lives to come. You are the inscrutable Ocean of Knowledge and God Reality. You have come to earth to teach Truth to mankind, you are the redeemer, the benefactor of humanity, unique in all the three worlds. You are the true unparalleled Master before whom all learning of this world is worthless. You have given, in a moment, the richness of this world to your devotee. O Lord, I have studied the Vedas, Vedanta, Sanskrit, Vyakaran, Tarka Shastra and other sciences. I have read numerous religious texts and was superior in discourses of shastra over other great scholars. At your feet I worship you."</p> <p>Mahaprabhuji answered, "Nothing belongs to you. Hold onto this Truth and remember the Lord."</p> <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Mahaprabhuji Goes to School</strong></p> <p>During the time of British rule in India, not all villages had schools and it was extremely difficult for children to receive proper education. Pandits usually taught the children how to read and write and so at the age of five, Mahaprabhuji's parents entrusted him to a learned scholar.</p> <p>The pandit took loving care of the boy and began his education by writing the first two letters of Devanagari — a and á — on a slate. After explaining the pronounciation and spelling of both these vowels, he asked Mahaprabhuji to repeat them.</p> <p>Mahaprabhuji looked attentively at the characters drawn on the slate and then put the following questions to the pandit. "Please tell me, which of these 'a’s' was here first? From what was the first 'a' formed and how did it develop further? What is the form of the sound of 'a' and from where does its spelling come? Why does this character stand at the beginning of the alphabet? Dear Sir, I will ask more questions after these have been answered."<br /> The pandit was astonished to hear such words from the lips of a child.</p> <p>"According to our grammar the letters are usually arranged, written and pronounced in this way. I can’t say anything more."</p> <p>"Dear Sir," Mahaprabhuji replied, "will you allow me to give an explanation?"</p> <p>Then with deep wisdom he revealed the secret of the creation, preservation and destruction of the Cosmos. He explained our attachment to the process of nature, which has its origin in the three godheads (Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh or Shiva), the three gunas (sattva, rajas and tamas) and the three chronological dimensions (of past, present and future). He described how the sound of "a" (which is composed of the three matras) contains all of this.</p> <p>The pandit felt his inner Self filled with an indescribable bliss and tears of joy filled his eyes. He bowed to Mahaprabhuji.</p> <p>"O Ocean of Mercy, the true knowledge of Brahman has been revealed to me today, by you. You have made me infinitely happy. Lord, please bless me not only in this life, but also in the lives to come. You are the inscrutable Ocean of Knowledge and God Reality. You have come to earth to teach Truth to mankind, you are the redeemer, the benefactor of humanity, unique in all the three worlds. You are the true unparalleled Master before whom all learning of this world is worthless. You have given, in a moment, the richness of this world to your devotee. O Lord, I have studied the Vedas, Vedanta, Sanskrit, Vyakaran, Tarka Shastra and other sciences. I have read numerous religious texts and was superior in discourses of shastra over other great scholars. At your feet I worship you."</p> <p>Mahaprabhuji answered, "Nothing belongs to you. Hold onto this Truth and remember the Lord."</p> More about Bhagvan Sri Deep Narayan Mahaprabhuji 2009-08-26T20:41:47Z 2009-08-26T20:41:47Z http://www.yogaindailylife.org/author/spiritual-lineage/more-about-bhagvan-sri-deep-narayan-mahaprabhuji Rampuri rampuri@yogaindailylife.org <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Mahaprabhuji Goes to School</strong></p> <p>During the time of British rule in India, not all villages had schools and it was extremely difficult for children to receive proper education. Pandits usually taught the children how to read and write and so at the age of five, Mahaprabhuji's parents entrusted him to a learned scholar.<br />The pandit took loving care of the boy and began his education by writing the first two letters of Devanagari — a and á — on a slate. After explaining the pronounciation and spelling of both these vowels, he asked Mahaprabhuji to repeat them.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=186:more-about-bhagvan-sri-deep-narayan-mahaprabhuji-going-to-school&amp;catid=192">Read more ...</a></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>The First Meeting with the Divine Master</strong><br /> <br /> Soon after Nath Puri left Kailash with his message, Sri Devpuriji made his way to Bari Khatu accompanied by his cows, horse, goats, birds and snakes. His faithful black sheep also followed. On his arrival the villagers gathered in crowds to receive his darshan, for long ago his fame had reached them.<br /> The area surrounding Bari Khatu is quite hilly and the village is located atop one of those hills. However, Sri Devpuriji didn't go directly there, instead he set up camp in a nearby valley.</p> <p>It was in this valley that the two great souls first came together, where there merged two streams of pure love and light.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=190:more-about-bhagvan-sri-deep-narayan-mahaprabhuji-the-first-meeting-with-the-divine-master&amp;catid=192">Read more ...</a></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Yoga Nidra - The Sleep of the Yogis</strong></p> <p>During his stay in Pushkar, Mahaprabhuji was visited by some ascetic yogis who entertained peculiar ideas about the spiritual path. It was part of their belief to force the body to extremes such as eating very little, depriving themselves of sleep and exposing their almost naked bodies to the stinging rays of the sun and nightly frosts. In short, they performed very extreme practices.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=189:more-about-bhagvan-sri-deep-narayan-mahaprabhuji-yoga-nidra-the-sleep-of-yogis&amp;catid=192">Read more ...</a></p> <p>Extracts from the book "Lila Amrit - The Divine Life of Sri Mahaprabhuji"</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Mahaprabhuji Goes to School</strong></p> <p>During the time of British rule in India, not all villages had schools and it was extremely difficult for children to receive proper education. Pandits usually taught the children how to read and write and so at the age of five, Mahaprabhuji's parents entrusted him to a learned scholar.<br />The pandit took loving care of the boy and began his education by writing the first two letters of Devanagari — a and á — on a slate. After explaining the pronounciation and spelling of both these vowels, he asked Mahaprabhuji to repeat them.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=186:more-about-bhagvan-sri-deep-narayan-mahaprabhuji-going-to-school&amp;catid=192">Read more ...</a></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>The First Meeting with the Divine Master</strong><br /> <br /> Soon after Nath Puri left Kailash with his message, Sri Devpuriji made his way to Bari Khatu accompanied by his cows, horse, goats, birds and snakes. His faithful black sheep also followed. On his arrival the villagers gathered in crowds to receive his darshan, for long ago his fame had reached them.<br /> The area surrounding Bari Khatu is quite hilly and the village is located atop one of those hills. However, Sri Devpuriji didn't go directly there, instead he set up camp in a nearby valley.</p> <p>It was in this valley that the two great souls first came together, where there merged two streams of pure love and light.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=190:more-about-bhagvan-sri-deep-narayan-mahaprabhuji-the-first-meeting-with-the-divine-master&amp;catid=192">Read more ...</a></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Yoga Nidra - The Sleep of the Yogis</strong></p> <p>During his stay in Pushkar, Mahaprabhuji was visited by some ascetic yogis who entertained peculiar ideas about the spiritual path. It was part of their belief to force the body to extremes such as eating very little, depriving themselves of sleep and exposing their almost naked bodies to the stinging rays of the sun and nightly frosts. In short, they performed very extreme practices.</p> <p><a href="http://www.yogaindailylife.org/index.php?option=com_content&amp;view=article&amp;id=189:more-about-bhagvan-sri-deep-narayan-mahaprabhuji-yoga-nidra-the-sleep-of-yogis&amp;catid=192">Read more ...</a></p>