School Educator from USA selects Nithyananda Gurukul for highest Neurological Functioning Award
Bhandaras are the traditional food sharing festivals of the Vedic tradition. These are events where food is shared in generously with all the sadhus who visit the campus of the organizers. A traditional baithak happens before the samasti bhandara where all the Mahamandaleshwars and Sri Mahants of the akhada gather together and discuss the matters relating to the akhada, what decisions need to be taken and their future action plans.
Nirahara Samyama, is an age-old science that was used by yogis of ancient India to go beyond hunger and live long. This mystical science has been made user-friendly for humanity today by Paramahamsa Nithyananda.
Kalpatharu, the science of manifesting what we want in to reality is a vedic power that is a possibility for every human being. The Kumbh Mela is the place where one can hope to meet exponents of such ancient and mystical powers. Nithyananda Peetam in Ujjain is unique in the sense that here some of these mystical powers are being made into a utility for day to day life for common people.
At Kumbh Mela in Ujjain this year, the most popular destination is the Nithyananda Camp on Sadawal Road. Thousands of people stand in line for hours for a one-on-one moment, a darshan, with living incarnation Paramahamsa Nithyananda. Ujjainvasis cannot stop talking about Swamiji’s smile, the bliss they experience as they dance and sing in line as they wait for darshan, and finally their “personal moment” with Swamiji.
The 21-day “Shuddadvaitam” got to a grand start at the Simhasth Kumbh Mela Ujjain with powerful darshans, meditations and kundalini awakening processes.
The Nithyananda camp at Ujjain is a vibrant testimony to the largest and most authentic expression of Hinduism at the Simhastha Kumbh - whether it is the 108 deities on display that are made and decorated per the ancient science of Agamas, the traditional lifestyle and dress of the residents of the camp, the Shiva Jatas sported by many members of the organization, or the food for Annadaan that is cooked based on the ancient Bhaga Shastra (the oldest available Hindu cookbook by Lord Shiva).
The Nithyananda Camp at Simhastha Kumbh continues to be the most happening place in Kumbh Puri. Today about 30 folk dancers from Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu visited the Nithyananda Camp. To the delight of the 2000+ participants, they showcased beautiful performances of ancient dance forms and martial arts. 3 troupes staged riveting performances of “Karagam” and “Dummy Horse Dance” and other folk art. “Karagam” is a folk dance performed in the Tamil Nadu in praise of the rain goddess "Mari Amman" and the river goddess "Gangai Amman". The audience was enthralled by the intricate movements and the rustic beauty of the dance art. The electrifying presence of Paramahamsa Nithyananda brought the performance to life and the show ended with the whole group of 2000+ dancing and fully enjoying the performance.
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