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Swami Umapuri visits Poland and The Netherlands

In the second half of November 2023, Swami Umapuriji visited and led some special Yoga in Daily Life events in Warsaw, the capital city of Poland, for the first time, and then continued to The Netherlands for a weekend programme in several Dutch locations.

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60th Anniversary of Mahaprabhuji's Mahasamadhi

In the Holy Scriptures of India, it is said that when negative forces become strong in the world, only the intervention of a higher power can provide a remedy. In such cases, God takes on human form to restore justice and protect righteousness. One such holy incarnation was Bhagwan Sri Deep Narayan Mahaprabhuji, a central figure of inspiration for the Yoga in Daily Life system, who left this world 60 years ago, on 5 December 1963.

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OM Ashram to officially open in 2024

OM Ashram – a beacon of spiritual education and Vedic culture.

In 1990, the world-renowned teacher, Vishwaguru Mahamandaleshwar Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda Puri, embarked on a monumental project that would change the landscape of spiritual education and research.

The Om Vishwa Deep Gurukul Ashram Education & Research Centre, commonly known as "OM Ashram", was born out of Vishwaguruji's unrelenting dedication to the welfare of the world and developed in tribute to his gurudev, Sri Swami Madhavanandaji, and the lineage of masters from Sri Alakhpuriji Siddha Peeth Parampara. Located in Jadan, Rajasthan, India, it has already been a beacon of hope and a centre for spiritual growth for over three decades.

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20th Anniversary of Holy Guruji's Mahasamadhi

Yoga in Daily Life has a long tradition of spiritual masters who have left their legacy in the form of teachings, books and bhajans – spiritual songs. One of the respected masters in this great lineage is Hindu Dharmsamrat Paramhans Sri Swami Madhavananda Ji, affectionately known as Holy Guruji, and he became liberated from this mortal world twenty years ago, in 2003.

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Festivals of Light

When the daylight hours are shorter and the nights longer, as is the season now in the Northern Hemisphere, many cultures observe different festivals and holidays with a common purpose – to celebrate light, friendship, forgiveness and the spirit of togetherness.

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