be an instrument of transformation, take up #GitaChallenge

we all celebrate our birthdays as our special day in life. but there is a really special birthday. it’s not about a person but it’s about a book! yes. there is only one book in the world who’s birthday is celebrated – that is Bhagavad Gita as Gita Jayanthi. this year’s Gita Jayanthi falls on 18th of december (shukla paksha ekadashi of margashirsha). this is the day Sri Krishna Himself revealed secrets to arjuna about Himself and about the world in the battlefield of Kurukshetra.

on the occasion of ‘Gita Jayanthi’ let us spread the awareness of ‘Gita 4 Life’ by being a part of ‘#GitaChallenge’. pick up any one sloka of your liking from the 700 slokas across 18 chapters of Gita. chant the sloka and say its meaning. along with if you can share your experience of how that particular sloka has helped/ guided/ transformed you in your life, by narrating the actual situation or problem. it should not be more than 3 minutes. recored the video and share it on social media with a hash tag #GitaChallenge. participate whole heartedly with a spirit of spreading the happiness which is shown by Bhagavad Gita.

also challenge your friends, teachers, parents, boss, leaders etc.

if you know any vegetable vendor, riksha wala, taxi wala, any karma-charis knows Gita, ask them to chant, record that and post it on your social media accounts. in that way anyone who knows gita become the pracharaks of gita. they tell the world how they have transformed. be an instrument of transformation in the hands of the Lord.
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feel joy in others joy…

my dear friends,
i wish you a very very Happy Diwali.

in this Diwali may you be able to bring light and laughter in the life of some one else also. let their eyes glitter with joy.
when you share, your happiness increases. a truly happy man is the one who feels joy in others joy and pain in others pain.

Be happy, Be healthy, Be helpful.

Love – Dhyanji 😁

watch this video and try to make someone happy. Happy Diwali once again..


guru sends you on the road to freedom

tomorrow is guru purnima. the day sage vyasa was born. vyasa is the one who organised vedas, so he is called veda vyasa. vedas are the very breath of the lord, it’s not separate from him. veda means knowledge, knowledge of the self, not separate from him.

we believe that the first guru is the lord himself – who is ever-present, pleasant, peaceful .. so we chant sadasiva samarambham…

there were many sages and saints who were giving directions to humanity over the millenniums.. we don’t know all of them, but one significant one we remember. he is shankaracharya. who was born in kerala, left his house at the age of 8 and took sannyasa. he wrote commentaries on Gita, Upanishads and Brahmasutra establishing the supremacy of Advaita philosophy. he put down his pen at the age of 16!. we consider him somewhere in the middle of the parampara. afterwards, also we had so many acharyas ..i don’t know all of them. but i know my acharya, my guru. so i member him. through my guru i login to that network to access to the divine which is ever-present everywhere. on this auspicious day of guru purnima, we salute the guru parampara – the lineage of masters who gave us the wisdom of how to live in this world happily.

The Lord – SadaSiva gives a Satguru to help you to realise Him. the guru gives Sastra, which is the very breath of the Lord. through sastra, a sadhaka – a seekar – attains sakshatkar – realisation.

a guru makes you responsible for your growth. he questions your answers. more than obedience and discipline, he is looking for trust and humility. he is your guide and a pointer on your path.
guru sends you on the road to freedom by explaining about yourself and your nature to you and your relationship with the world.
he opens up your mind, helps you to return to your innocence.
walking beside you holding your hand he leads by example. even if the whole world rejects you, the guru will not reject you. like a father, mother and friend he will be always there to help you to grow.

so let us offer our tributes, prayers at the feet of our satguru – Amma – Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi on this auspicious day of GuruPurnima, seeking for grace and guidance.


Hanuman and Sri Rama

यत्र यत्र रघुनाथकीर्तनं तत्र तत्र कृतमस्तकांजलिम्
वाष्पवारिपरिपूर्णालोचनं मारुतिं नमत राक्षसान्तकम्

Wherever praise of Lord Rama is sung,
With head bowed and folded palms in veneration,
eyes filled with tears of devotion,
I salute that Maruti, who is the son of wind,
who destroyed the demons.

Sri Rama asked Hanuman ji once…
Who are you?
he said
देहबुद्ध्या तु दासोऽहं जीव बुद्ध्या तवदंशकः
आत्मबुद्ध्या त्वमेवाहम् इति मे निश्चितामति:
when i consider my self as body .. i am your servant
when i consider my self as jeeva.. i am your part
when i consider my self as atma .. i am yourself.
there is no confusion in this understanding.

such a disciple and a guru are not two, but one !! Jai Sri Ram !!


Davanagere Amrita Vidyalayam

27-30 nov 2017

visit to Davanagere Amrita Vidyalayam. had a wonderful time with the students. thanks for all your love and affection, interest and enthusiasm to lean values…


with Baba Ramdev

had a wonderful day with Baba Ramdev at Amritapuri.
His laughter, innocence, knowledge, leadership, humbleness, energy and his devotion to Amma is unique, admirable. soooo sweet and inspiring. i see the glory of the divine through him. “…तेजो अंशसम्भव …”

may Amma’s blessings be on him always to fulfill the divine work – to make Bharat into VishwaGuru.


Sri Krishna Jayanthi

Krishna Jayanthi: celebrating my life with my Sri Krishna at Amritapuri

Bharat bliss

sitaram kedilya

with Sri Sitaram Kedilya at Amritapuri. He has a remarkable feat of traveling 23,100 km by foot from Kanyakumari to Kashmir and back, visiting 2350 villages in just 5 years!! the journey was undertaken to know India, be Indian, and to awaken India to the status of Jagat-guru.

17 Jul 2017, Amritapuri


the purpose of education is learning not just earning

a very fruitful session with 10 and +2 students of amrita vidyalyam nagapattinam about the goal of life and goals in life; the purpose of education is learning not just earning… and discussed in detail about the challenges in implementing this in life especially when dealing with parents and teachers.

interestingly here also there is no bell, but the class functions smoothly

5-6 july 2017, nagapattinam, tamil nadu

Nagapattinam Amrita Vidyalayam

who am I, serving all, boundless energy

3 Jun 2017, Amrita Vidyalayam Puducherry

Had a very wonderful interaction with 7 & 8th standard students… what a purity and energy !! many of the 8th std students want to serve the society, till they die they want to help others, they have to realize God..

7th std is bubbling with energy, one girl what to know “who am I” ??

interestingly the school doesn’t have a bell, but still, everything goes smoothly. had a session with teachers too. they are very dedicated and wants to bring change in the life of students.. if all the teachers across the country think like this, our children will have a better future and the country will have good citizens.