For many years now Rajan Ramakrishnan has been sending us his illustrations of Ganesha. He is amazingly prolific and has done many hundreds of them. You can see his collections here: http://www.rajandraws.com/
We recently discovered this set of three ornately designed pens adorned with Hindu deities: Siva, Ganesha and Balaji.
Just back from my first visit to the New website and I am surfing on giant waves of joy and gratitude. So much thought and care and inspiration on each page, each word, each letter ... WOW!!!
How blessed are we to be alive at this time in eternity when such precious gifts are placed right at our fingertips! How blessed are we to be alive at this place, in virtual space, where pictures, movies, talks and songs are just one click away!
So rich in content, so elegant in design, so simple in presentation and yet, gently holds aloft that secret of secrets for him to reach who does sincerely seek it!
Unimaginable is the extent of care, immeasurable the depth of patience, uncountable the minutes of labor, limitless focus and persistence, Role models are you, in all that you do!
How blessed are we, to have our lives touched so by you!
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Infinite love and eternal gratitude
Aum Namah Sivaya!
The Media Studio's Renovation project has forced the Kulam's monks out of there old desks, into this small trailer to continue their pressing work. The new Himalayan Academy website is less then a day from launch and they are working non-stop to make sure everything is working correctly. The page you are looking at right now is about to have a complete makeover.
We are proud to announce the release of the new HimalayanAcademy.com website. We want to thank every one for all their support these past two years - the time it has taken to build the site and all the resources that it encompasses.
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