A monthly magazine published in Hindi and English to represent Gurudev’s work.
Lord of creation and he is one of the trinity of Gods with the others being Vishnu and Shiva.
Values and principles based on our history, ethics, philosophy, religion, literature, science, art etc.
This is an unbroken, uninterrupted or never-ending flow of thoughts in a particular direction.
A feeling of pride in your superiority to others thinking you are better than others.
Fasting (Upvas, Vrat)
A common belief amongst many religions, in Hinduism we believe to go without certain foods for a set period of time, known to
A global community of people all working together in order to achieve the mission through reformation of self, family and society.
A spiritual location found in Uttarakhand, North India. In Sanskrit this means “Gateway to God”
Sanskrit term for history. Also referred to great epic poetry in Hinduism like the Ramayan and Mahabharat.
This is a spiritual discipline involving the meditative repetition of a mantra or name of God.
Indian sweet made with rice and milk and often used as an offering to God.
Goddes of wealth and prosperity, consort of Lord Vishnu.
Sound, syllable, word or group of words that are considered capable of delivering the mind from material to spiritual consciousness.
Lord Shiva’s bull that represents courage and hard work.
The idea of a property being everywhere. In spiritual and religious cases many believe that God is everywhere and universal looking over everybody.
A part of Yoga, this is a breathing exercise to provide oxygen to our vital organs and removes toxins from the body.
Seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
Sadhana (self discipline)
Self control of the body and mind to develop good qualities within oneself.
Sanskrit term for Hinduism. Sanatan meaning eternal and Dharma meaning righteousness.
Gradual transformation of trying to enhance ourselves to replace bad thoughts with good thoughts.
Trying to get closer to or becoming one with God by removing bad qualities and replacing them with good ones.
This is a festival celebrating the coming of Spring and also celebrates the Goddess Saraswati.
A realisation among women to empower themselves back into society in order to guide other women on the right path
A combination of mental and physical exercises in order to unite the mind, body and soul.