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The Role of The Guru

The Role of The Guru

Jul. 22 | Ajnana-Timirandhasya Jnananjana-Salakaya; Chakshurunmilitam Yena Tasmai Sri Gurave Namah. Prostrations to that Guru who, by the collyrium-rod of Knowledge, opens the eyes of those who are rendered blind by the darkness of ignorance (Guru Gita). The Guru...

Gurudev’s Sannyasa Diksha Celebration June 1st 2021

Gurudev’s Sannyasa Diksha Celebration June 1st 2021

Jun. 20 | Humanity’s Gain From Sivananda’s Sannyasa WORLD’S GREAT GOD­REALISED SANNYASI (His Holiness Sri Swami Ramdas, Anandashram Kanhangad) Sri Swami Sivananda Saraswati is a God­realised personality. He can be looked upon as one of the...

97th Sannyasa Diksha

97th Sannyasa Diksha

Jun. 19 | Photos taken during 97th Anniversary of Sannyasa Diksha of H.H.Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj Celebration at Sivananda Ashram, Rishikesh-Himalayas. Pada Puja Video

Significance of Ramnavami

Significance of Ramnavami

Apr. 19 | by Swami Sivananda Om Sri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram SALUTATIONS to Lord Rama, an Incarnation of Lord Vishnu, who is measureless, who is of the nature of pure Consciousness and bliss, who is the consort of Sita, Master of Sri Hanuman, and the Lord of the...

Way to Rama Rajya

Way to Rama Rajya

Apr. 19 | by Swami Sivananda Blessed Immortal Selves! Out of the fullness of my heart and love for you all I send a Message Divine to inspire you, to instantly elevate and to transform your life. It will transport you from weakness to tremendous strength, from...

Let Rama be Your Ideal

Let Rama be Your Ideal

Apr. 19 | by Swami Sivananda Salutations to Lord Rama, who is an Avatara of Vishnu, who is measureless, who is of the nature of Pure Consciousness Bliss, who is the consort of Sita, Master of Sri Hanuman, and the Lord of the three worlds, who took his birth at...

Sri Rama

Sri Rama

Apr. 19 | by Swami Sivananda Rama was Lord Hari Himself incarnate on earth for the destruction of Ravana. He was well accomplished, beautiful and endowed with royal marks. He was the foremost of those who were skilled in the use of bows and arrows. He was born...

The Significance and Observance of Mahasivaratri

The Significance and Observance of Mahasivaratri

Mar. 8 | This falls on the 13th (or 14th) day of the dark half of Phalgun (February-March). The name means “the night of Shiva”. The ceremonies take place chiefly at night. This is a festival observed in honour of Lord Shiva. Shiva was married to Parvati...

Sri Mahasivaratri Celebration

Sri Mahasivaratri Celebration

Mar. 8 | Photos/Videos taken during Sri Mahasivaratri Celebration at Sri Vishwanatha Mandir, Sivananda Ashram, Rishikesh-Himalayas. Live Broadcasting Videos

Lord Siva and His Lilas

Lord Siva and His Lilas

Mar. 8 | Swami Sivananda Siva is known by the name ‘Girisa’, as He is the Lord of the Mount Kailasa. Siva is called ‘Tryambaka’, because He has a third eye in His forehead, the eye of wisdom (Jnana Chakshus). The word ‘Hara’ is derived from the root...