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Blessings & Messages

Mar 21 2019

Holi Message 2019

Watch the Divine Holi message by Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji - Muniji from the banks of #MotherGanga. Holi is one of the most festive, joyous holidays of the Hindu year. Song, dance and bright coloured powder are the hallmarks of the occasion. Bathe in the colours of the divine on this beautiful holy day! “Let this Holi be a time when we change, Not only the colour of our faces, But the colour of our hearts. Let us not only play Holi, But let us become Holy!“ ...

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Mar 20 2019

The Meaning of Holika

During a special evening campfire HH Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji shares the special significance of the Holi festivities, “There are two different meanings of the word Holi if we look at it purely semantically: First, “Holi” means that which has happened, “Jo hogaya, holi,” has passed. So Holi is a time to acknowledge what has happened and then to move on, allowing us to be free from the chains of the past to move into the present. Another meaning is the past has happened (Ho) and now we take (Li)...

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Nov 18 2018

“Farm Waste To Reduce Pollution”, The Speaking Tree

Clean, breathable air is not a luxury; it’s a basic human right, says SWAMI CHIDANAND SARASWATI, suggesting that we turn agricultural waste into anaerobic boards to improve air quality This article was originally published on The Speaking Tree, here. This year Deepavali turned bleak and smoggy in Delhi. Instead of brightly burning oil lamps lighting the night sky, the sky was dark with poisonous haze. News of hazardous and toxic air quality made headlines. The effects of firecrackers and burning agricultural waste from the recent harvest have turned the nation’s capital into a gas...

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Oct 26 2018

“Desires that impel us to remain unsatisfied”, The Times of India

This article was published in The Times of India, here. By Swami Chidanand Saraswati Many years ago, before the severe violence in Jammu & Kashmir, we travelled to Kashmir to spend a few days meditating on the Dal Lake. All the members of our group enjoyed themselves so much that we delayed our departure date and remained there for one month instead of a few days as was planned earlier. Each week we would postpone our departure from that heavenly, pristine, glorious environment. “Just one more week,” the devotees would cry, so...

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