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April 2014 Update

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Jai Mata Ji!

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“You may have left the body, but a piece of your soul lives on in our hearts.”

First we would like to thank all of you for your kind words, support, and blessings as we bid farewell to the embodied form of Mata Ji, Narvada Puri. We feel her presense and trust she is guiding us through this recent crisis.

view photos of Narvada Puri’s sodsi bhandara (memorial feast)'s  Feb. 20, 2014.


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Namaste

Welcome to our Sri Santosh Puri Ashram Newsletter Blog.

om namo narayan

Here we share the latest news and updates of Sri Santosh Puri Ashram, 2014 schedule, upcoming courses, and European yoga & ayurveda workshop tour.
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Hari Om
Om Shanti Santosh

 

URGENT CALL FOR HELP!

Crowd Sourcing Fundraising Campaign, Spring 2014

We are reaching out to our Global Family on behalf of our dear sister and friend Mandakini Puri (daughter of Narvada and Santosh Puri, Mahants of Shri Panch Dasnaam Juna Akhara) and resident Yoga Teacher at Santosh Puri Ashram, in request of the immediate need for financial assistance, in order to re-pay an unfortunate debt claim of totaling over 16765431 INR (approximately 201,353 EURO /  278,222 USD) that has suddenly come upon her.


CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT US

With endless gratitude,
the family at Santosh Puri Ashram.
Please help us in supporting a sister in need.

The sooner we get through this, the sooner we can concentrate all our focus back towards maintaining the ashram life, sadhana and growth of the programming and social services offered to the public.


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Yoganga

can be seen and interpreted in many ways.
Yoganga is made up of two words; yoga and anga, meaning yoga limbs.
It can also be broken down as Yoga and Ganga. The ancient Indian tradition along the holy river Ganges, unifying the yogi with the river of puirty and it’s understanding. This was the direct experience of our beloved masters Babaji and Mataji, in the 1960′s. The unification of the East and the West.


 

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