New Youtube Series: Dancing with Siva

We are undergoing a new project called Digital Dancing with Siva. Each sloka will be made into a movie, around 1.5 minutes each. Let us know what you think of the first few in the playlist.

23 Responses to “New Youtube Series: Dancing with Siva”

  1. Shiv sahil guleri says:

    I loved the idea of this new project. Good luck ☺.

  2. Adi Srikantha says:

    These are brilliant!

  3. Aravind Gopal says:


  4. Rajeshwari Parasivam says:

    Symbiotic filmmaking at its best where the profound Teachings of Gurudeva come alive with great photography, narrator and the mastery and mystery hand of the editor. The Swamis of Kauai Aadheenam have done it again, bravo!

  5. Sarkuna Nathan says:

    Attention is captured quickly and sustained through out the playlist, conceptual photography/images used and it’s beautiful!

  6. Chandrika Shantinatha says:

    I love it !

  7. vinaya alahan says:

    Aum. I echo all of the above and add that I love the ‘share’ option. Brilliant and beautiful and reaching so many souls. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  8. Sankuthi says:

    Aum Namasivaya!

    What a timely release of this Youtube series! At 6 pm Washington DC time yesterday a young lady and I meditated on Lord Siva, and during the whole time my thoughts were focussed on Iraivan Temple, Satguru and the temple grounds, and to wake up and see this youtube this morning is unbelievable. The effect of this youtube is instant inspiration, extreme calmness, and it evokes greater love towards Lord Siva! Makes my heart melt! Thank you Swamis, well done!

  9. Chamundi Sabanathan says:

    Beautiful concept, beautifully implemented.

  10. Ramai Santhirapala says:

    This is awe-inspiring – the soothing narration much like the Guru Chronicles audiobook immerses one in the teachings, the high quality video – particularly enjoyed the ariel excerpts of sweet Kauai at the beginning analogous to mountaintop consciousness – adds to the immersive experience. Its brevity means one can watch irrespective of location – from a dash of aloha during a dynamic day or one to contemplate on during sadhana. YouTube is a great medium – the only edition I can suggest (and it is a humble one as these efforts are already enormous) is building this into one of the current or upcoming apps.

    One cannot thank the team who selflessly and diligently produced such a wonderful resource – how blessed are the souls who enjoy this immersive experience made through love. Mikka Mahalos. Aum Namah Sivaya.

  11. Padmini says:

    Great idea! Well suited for current era. An effective media to reach out to the masses who google to know about God from the perspective of Hindus.

  12. Veena says:

    Really impressive! Adding music and very uplifting pictures and scenes of nature really add to the teachings. In addition the pleasantness of the voice of the speaker and the pace at which he speaks is really good. Displaying pictures of people in the video really enable connection to everyone. The video is very contemporary that it could fit it at any public seminars or a classroom or university class. It is a subtle way of passing over the spiritual teachings to the new generation. Many congrats!

  13. Sadhunathan Nadesan says:

    Wow. Awesome!

  14. Barathy says:

    This is really really great!!! Infinite thanks !! we can use this for our class!!!

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  16. Rajendra Giri says:

    Om Namah Shivay!

    It’s great!

  17. Shreya Ragade says:

    That is a really amazing video!! I think that it will definitely be a successful series. Thank you so much for posting it!!!
    Aum Namah Sivaya.

  18. Deva Seyon says:

    Catching the ineffable in song or poetry – canvas or clay is the play of the masters – In video fortunately we have a team of them!

  19. Jiva Rajasankara says:

    Aum sivaya,

    This project is much needed in today’s digital world. Listening and watching the concepts of Siva instills in one’s mind immediately . I love them.
    Keep up the good work . Mica Nantri Satguru,Bodhinatha and the swami’s.

    Jiva. Bangalore.

  20. Tasha Natarajan says:

    After watching this I could not stop thinking about how beautiful and concise this presentation was. I can’t help but think that these short videos would provide a wonderful counterpoint to CNN’s concept of what Hinduism is. Thank you for sharing this.

  21. Isani says:

    Beautiful, full & powerful! Everything one needs to know for real happiness is written in the first sloka. Mahalo Nui Loa

  22. Irakli says:

    Aum Namah Sivaya.
    It is very good idea ,thank you so much for posting it.

  23. Lorraine says:

    I love it! Terrific idea. 🙂

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