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South India Dharmayatra 2020
To bolster inner worthiness and to connect seekers with the Divine, the Master arrived in Bengaluru, the Silicon Valley of India.


Bliss in Bengaluru | 6 – 9 February

The capital city of Bengaluru welcomed Pujya Gurudevshri with high spirits and overjoyed hearts. The Sadguru’s blessed hosts were Manish – Julie Ajmera.

In two power-packed pravachans at St. Joseph’s College Auditorium, Pujya Gurudevshri inspired aspirants to live by the Master’s will, to develop detachment from the body by realising its temporal nature and at the same time utilise it effectively to pursue spiritual goals. The pravachans were attended by many dignitaries including Director of Kemwell Biopharma, Kum Kum Bagaria who also launched an audio CD designed to assist seekers maintain inner connection during the final moments.

Pujya Gurudevshri’s padhramanis delighted devotees. Amidst throbbing bhakti the Lord was sanctified in the hearts and homes of Minesh-Leena Sheth, Parag-Purva Rupani, Hemant-Vibha Kapasi and Jayesh-Kunjal Doshi.

Devotees excitedly gathered for a two-day retreat with the Sadguru. The assembly included seekers from various parts of South India like Bengaluru, Chennai, Cochin, Coimbatore and Vizag. Reinforcing values in devotees, the Sadguru empowered them with two Udghosh that urged them to inculcate positive habits and bring about a transformation that would inspire others. Atmarpit Nemiji’s session amplified the devotion and seva quotient in aspirants. Devotees came closer to themselves through a deep meditation experience. Alongside spiritual nourishment seekers also rejuvenated their bodies and minds through a yoga session with the Master. Devotees offered soulful dedications in the form of skits ‘A Walk to Remember’, ‘The Divine Sculptor’ and other performances at the Lotus Feet of their beloved Sadguru.

Pujya Gurudevshri endearingly interacted with the Bengaluru youth group and other aspirants. Youngsters delighted upon the formation of the Bengaluru edition of Sahebji’s Football Club. While in Bengaluru, the Master also visited Pyramid Valley International. Inspired by the vision of the founder, Brahmarshi Patriji; the Pyramid Valley is developed with a core objective of providing a common platform for all world spiritual masters, to collaborate for a peaceful and love filled planet earth in the shortest possible time. The organisation has India’s largest meditational pyramid called the Maitreya Buddha Pyramid. With a height of over 100 feet, it can seat 5,000 meditators at a time. Pujya Gurudevshri also shared a pleasant exchange with the trustees of the organisation.



Connection in Chennai | 10 – 12 February

Seekers of Chennai, the city with a rich heritage and a magnificent past, welcomed Pujya Gurudevshri with great enthusiasm. His hosts in the city were Gagnesh-Nemila Sanghvi.

The Master’s two thought-provoking pravachans at Bhavan’s Rajaji Vidyashram brought into highlighted the primacy of satsang to cultivate detachment from the world and of using this precious human birth for inner transformation. The Sadguru blessed the homes of many seekers with padhramanis. Vipul-Ranisha Bavishi, Prakash -Sarika Doshi, Gautam-Pinky Jain and Jitesh-Deepa Parekh were blessed with pratishthas that enraptured their souls in devotional surrender.

Pujya Gurudevshri endearingly interacted with the Chennai youth group. Youngsters made a loving offering to the Master. At the Silversands Resort in Mahabalipuram, located on the beachside and giving a pristine view of the blue and green waters of the Bay of Bengal, aspirants imbibed important lessons on accepting and thriving in changes through fun-filled games conducted by Atmarpit Nemiji.

Fortifying the foundation of devotion and detachment in seekers, Pujya Gurudevshri proceeded to Mumbai.



#SadguruWhispers Like a diamond in mud does not lose its value; you as the pure soul, though shrouded in karmas, have never lost your worth.