Aum Namah Sivaya!
There are still seats left on our 2019 Sri Lankan Innersearch Travel-Study Program, but they're going fast. The program will take place March 14th through March 29th. Sign up today if you'd like to join Satguru, his monks and a group of 50 participants an a whirlwind adventure through Sri Lanka. We will visit many sacred temples and shrines, as well as have mystical classes with Satguru and have some outings to see a few of the island's beautiful sights.
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You're invited to join Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami and four of his monks on a spiritual pilgrimage across the island of Sri Lanka. The program will take place March 14th through 29th of 2019 and will take us to many of the holiest places of our guru lineage.Sign up today at: https://www.himalayanacademy.com/livespiritually/innersearch/2019_sri-lanka/application
Enjoy this lovely aerial video of the sacred Nallur Temple in Jaffna, during its 2017 Chariot Festival.
The aadheenam is buzzing right now with friends and devotees from all over the world visiting to see Nataraja and the monks. The Ganapati Kulam was fortunate to have the Tanzi family at their morning editorial meeting yesterday.
Rudy Tanzi is to the left of Paramacharya, Lyla and Asha Tanzi on the right. The family has quite the list of accomplishments--too many to list here. For more reading on Rudy, see his Wikipedia page at en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolph_E._Tanzi.
Asha, a neuroscientist by trade, and her daughter Lyla are currently working on transforming our most recent publication Path to Siva into a kid friendly version.
During Guru Purnima time many guests and devotees arrive at the Aadheenam. For example Dohadeva and Nagavathy Shamugam are here from Singapore visiting with their Satguru and with their monastic son, Dayanatha. Vel Mahalingum is here on task force from Mauritius, and enjoyed helping with the recent Purnima preparations. Aran and Tara Veylan are visiting Kauai from Edmonton, Canada. Aran got a chance to help with the monastery noni operations. And of course we had a wonderful tour group the other day. All in all a busy and wonderful time of year. Of course we've had many other visitors who we didn't have photos of.
Archives are now available through 2001. Light colored days have no posts. 1998-2001 coming later.