Why not long hair?

I kind of have a long hair. Well, not so long as girls do, but you can say that its a long hair for a boy. So, this morning I woke and thought to cut my hair, and then suddenly I came to realize that yogis, babas and all most all spiritual people dont cut their hair. Me being alittle spiritual, I wanted to know the reason why yogis don’t cut their hair. So, I googled it and I found a intresting article written by Deva Kaur Khalsa. And I think it needs to be share so, here it is….. and before you read the article, I personally think that we should cut the hair. Let me know your view!!

Consider the possibility that the hair on your head is there to do more than just look good.  From a yogic perspective, hair is an amazing gift of nature that can actually help raise the Kundalini energy (creative life force) which, in turn, serves to increase vitality, intuition and tranquility.  Today most people may not notice the subtle, but powerful difference between cutting and keeping their hair. “Our hair fashions might be just a trend”, “but if we investigate,” Yogi Bhajan states, “we may find that we have been depriving ourselves of one of the most valuable sources of energy for human vitality.”

Long ago in many cultures, people kept their hair because it was a part of who they were.  There were no salons.  When people were conquered or enslaved, their hair was often cut as a sign of slavery.  It was understood that this would serve as a punishment and decrease the power of those enslaved.   The bones in the forehead are porous and function to transmit light to the pineal gland in the brain, which affects brain activity, as well as thyroid and sexual hormones.   Cutting the hair into bangs which then cover the forehead, impedes this process.  Yogi Bhajan explains that when Ghenghis Khan conquered China , he considered the Chinese to be a very wise, intelligent people who would not allow themselves to be subjugated,  He therefore required all women in the country to cut their hair and wear bangs, because he knew this would serve to keep them timid and more easily controlled.  As whole tribes or societies were conquered, cut hair became so prevalent that the importance of hair was lost after a few generations, and hair styles and fashion grew to be the focus.

Science of Hair

The science of hair was one of the first technologies given by Yogi Bhajan when he came to America: Left uncut, your hair will grow to a particular length and then stop all by itself at the correct length for you.  It takes approximately three years from the last time your hair was cut for antennas to form at the tips of the hair. These antennas act as conduits to bring you greater quantities of subtle, cosmic energy. “When the hair on your head is allowed to attain its full, mature length, then phosphorous, calcium and vitamin D are all produced, enter the lymphatic fluid, and eventually the spinal fluid, through the two ducts on the top of the brain.  This ionic change creates more efficient memory and leads to greater physical energy, improved stamina, and patience.”  Yogi Bhajan went on to explain that, ”if you choose to cut your hair, you not only loose this extra energy and nourishment, but your body must then provide a great amount of vital energy and nutrients to continually re-grow the missing hair.”

There are two distinctly different parts of the human brain. They are so different that Yogi Bhajan simply says that we have two brains.  The back brain lives on the cerebral spinal fluid, which travels up the spine.  However, the energy for the front portion of the brain is drawn from the hair.  Hairs are the antennas that gather and channel the sun energy or prana to these frontal lobes, the part of the brain you use for meditation and visualization. During meditation, these antennas  “make it easier to hear the sound current (Naad), through which you can open the solar center on your crown more easily. The experience of awakening your perception to the infinite there is similar to the sound of the gong.   As we become more aware of the vastness and oneness of the universe through this ‘tenth gate’ we gain humility and a feeling of wholeness.

“When you meditate, you can have an amazing, elevated experience, but you cannot completely sustain that elevation without the heavy, pure protein of your full hair.”   If you choose to keep your hair and cover your your crown chakra with a white cloth during meditation this will help to retain the benefits of your meditative experience.

 Kundalini Hair Care

If we wear our long hair down, the antennas of the hair are allowed to scatter. They rub against each other and by doing so, take away the electric charge from the working brain. Scattered loose, the hair can also get split ends and their ability to act as antennas is damaged.  If you have long hair, see if your experience is different when it is clean and coiled at your crown, or down and loose. Experiment and experience it yourself.  If you get split ends, instead of trimming them and losing your antennas, Yogi Bhajan recommends applying almond oil to your hair overnight so that it can be absorbed before you wash it the next morning.  Be sure to either cover your head or put a towel on your pillow to protect your bedding.  Then keep it coiled on your crown and protected with a head covering during the day to help your antennas heal.

Your hair can also be damaged by combing it when wet as this causes it to stretch and break. One year, after Winter Solstice, when Yogi Bhajan was sitting in our living room with wet hair, he explained that he was drying it before putting it up in order to avoid a headache.  This is because if you put your hair up wet, it will tend to shrink and tighten a bit as it dries. A better idea is to take the time occasionally to sit in the sun and allow your clean, wet hair to dry naturally and absorb some extra vitamin D.

When practicing Kundalini yoga, it is beneficial to have clean hair, and a head covering which will protect the openness of the crown chakra, (especially when teaching).  Yogis recommend shampooing the hair every 72 hours (or more frequently if the scalp sweats a great deal.)  It can also be beneficial to wash your hair after being upset to help process emotions.

Yogis recommend using a wooden comb or brush for combing your hair as it gives a lot of circulation and stimulation to the scalp.  Most significantly, the wood does not create static electricity which causes a loss of the hair’s energy to the brain. If you comb your hair and scalp front to back, back to front and then up to the right and left several times, it will refresh you, no matter how long your hair is. All the tiredness of your day will be gone.  It is something you can try for yourself. Yogi Bhajan said that if you know this technique to comb your hair, you may not need aspirin, and you can overcome weakness and energize yourself within a short time.   For women, using this technique to comb your hair twice a day can help maintain their youth, the health of their menstrual cycle and their eyesight.

During the day, the hair absorbs solar energy, but at night it absorbes lunar energy. Keeping the hair up during the day and down at night aids in this process. Braiding your hair down at night will help your electromagnetic field balance out from the day. InIndia, a Rishi is known as a wise one who coils his or her hair up on the crown during the day to energize the brain cells and then combs it down at night.

The pineal gland in the center of your brain is stimulated when your magnetic field (aura) is energized by combing and coiling your hair into a rishi knot on your crown.   “This activation of your pineal results in a secretion that is central to the development of higher intellectual functioning, as well as higher spiritual perception.”  If you seal this energizing coil with a head covering or turban, you then create your own simple, yet powerful, energy receiver.

One ancient method of raising the Kundalini life force is to allow the hair to grow to its full length and be coiled on the crown of the head, so that the sun energy is pulled quickly through it, charging your strength. This pranic life energy (not to be confused with actual sunlight) is drawn down the spine, and to counteract that downward movement, the Kundalini life energy rises to create balance.

If you are bald or balding, the lack of hair energy can be counteracted with more meditation.  If you are finding some silver strands in your hair, be aware that the silver or white color increases the vitamins and energy flow to compensate for aging.  For better brain health as you age, try to keep your hair as natural and healthy as you can.

Yogi Bhajan taught that in order to sustain oneself in the face of all environmental pressure, you need very strong nerves.  If your nervous system holds steady you won’t fall apart.   All your behavior:  your patience, projection, constant going and working, depends on your nerves.  What builds and maintains your nerves?  The electrical charge of the body nourishes your nervous system which is controlled by the brain, but it is your hair that gives you that electrical energy. In Yogi Bhajan’s words, “your hair is not there by mistake. It has a definite purpose, which saints will discover and other men will laugh at.

Whatever hair you have now, try an experiment, and see if you can tie it up on the top of your head, coiling it if it has any length. Then cover and secure it tightly with a cotton handkerchief or a silk scarf and see if you can slightly pull up the scalp holding the 26 bones of the skull gently in place.  This will give you extra energy for athletic competition, yoga and meditationYogi Bhajan felt this was an important component in his invincibility on the football field as a youth.   If you do not contain the movement of your cranial bones, and their adjustment shifts suddenly, you can become more emotional and conflicted.

As Yogiji (as we called him in his early years in the U.S.), taught us the science of the yogic lifestyle, he said, “Don’t believe me.  Test it out.  Try it for yourself.”  So, when I was 17 and experimenting with the science of coiling my long hair on my crown, I tried some days with white cotton fabric covering my head and some days without.  I found that working very long hours in the Golden Temple Restaurant with and without a head covering was very different.  At the end of the 16 hour work day when I had covered my head, I was much more relaxed, energetic and centered.

I have always been curious about how the human body works from a yogic perspective, and why Yogi Bhajan spoke so adamantly to people about covering their heads when they went out into the sunlight.  And this was after he had just told us the benefits of allowing your wet hair to dry in the sun!  I found that many ancient sages used to keep their dry hair covered because they knew the direct sun energy was too strong.  Human energy has a lower voltage than the sun, and because hairs are not good conductors of heat or electricity, they protect the brain from the more powerful sun energy. This protective layer of hair and natural fiber helps to facilitate calmness and non-reactivity so that we are more peaceful within.  Even if you do not choose to keep your hair, you can still cover your crown during meditation which will help to retain the benefits of your meditation experience.

Women with longer hair may want to experiment to see if they feel a difference in their personal power and projection when they wear their hair loose, or tie it up or back.

The molecular structure of your hair contains three things:  Your genetic material, your minerals and it is actually the only part of you that contains an imprint of your life journey, your psychological destination.  Indian doctors can read your life from your hair as you can read the history of a tree from its rings when cut.  Just as the rings of the tree give a glimpse into the history of the tree. In India, ayurvedic doctors  use a special system of stretching the wet hairs which they take from your comb,  From this system they can write down your whole history and give you the most accurate diagnosis. Today in the west, the science of hair analysis is used to diagnose the state of a person’s nutritional health.

“All the traditions we have created in our history, we created simply because we wanted to be happy.  Currently, there is a loneliness and an emptiness in our spiritual realm such that the call of our soul is becoming louder and louder.”  In this time of great change on our planet, we have many emotions, desires and insecurities which can throw us off balance.  But if we are always off balance, who wants to be around  us after a while?  There is no happiness, continuity, achievement, or creativity if we are off balance.

I was speaking with a young store clerk last week who does not do yoga, but has only cut his hair three times in his life: once when he was 5, once at 13, and just now at age 21.   I asked him about how it felt to go from having long hair for many years to very short hair all of a sudden.  And after he thought a moment, he said he definitely felt less energized, and more like he blended in with what was ‘normal’, but overall felt kind of ‘dull’ compared to life with hair.  So no matter what you do with your hair, pay attention to how it affects you, because hair does have a science behind it.

Yogi Bhajan told us this story about hair many years ago at women’s camp in New Mexico:  “Recognize how beautiful and powerful your hair is that when you keep it, you live a life of fulfillment in this world.  When Rabindranath Tagore, the great poet who found God within himself, tried to meet a friend on a steamer ship, the friend didn’t recognize him and so wrote him a letter.

“We were on the same steamer, but I didn’t find you.”

Tagore said, “I was there.”

His friend said, “I understand you are now a God-realized man, and I would like to know what was your first action when you became aware of the Oneness in all?”

Tagore said, “When I realized the Oneness of all, I threw my shaving kit into the ocean.  I gave up my ego and surrendered to nature.   I wanted to live in the form that my Creator has given me.”

If you break the antenna of a television, then you will not receive anything on that television. The Creator has a definite reason for giving you hair.  Man is the only creature who grows longer hair on his head as he grows into adulthood.  When a human allows his or her hair to grow, they are welcoming the maturity, the responsibility of being fully grown, and fully powerful. The time we naturally have short hair is in our youngest years of life. The truth is that whenever you add something to the body or remove something from the body, it demonstrates attachment to the body, and interferes with the miraculous balance and science of how the human mind and body work.

The longer and fuller a person’s hair, the more personal power they tend to exhibit.  That is why you will always find grace and calmness in a person with uncut hair from birth, if they keep it well.”

This body of yours is more beautifully designed than we  usually even notice.  Through experience comes understanding. You hair is yours. Experience it and understand it.

Article Source .:: http://www.mrsikhnet.com/2007/09/04/improve-your-vitality-and-meditation-with-long-hair/

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The Ghost Band


This band was formed in the mid-summer of 2010, Berlin. It wasn’t anything official but the idea was taken into action, as all the members of the band were interested in musical activities and had their own style of singing it. Well, there are 5 members in the band, namely, Niroj and Rakesh, on the vocals, Bigyan and Sanu, on guitar and Praveen on the drums.

Even though the name of the Band seems to be black and heavy metal type, but in reality its just a simple band, having some FUN AND MAKING SOME STUPID tributes to nepali songs.

Their first official video was relized on the day, the band was formed, which can be seen just below or in youtube.com. They also made their own song and named it “Chano mati ko” but there is still no video for it. And after a long moments, their second video was taken, but unfortunately, Rakesh was not able to make it. So, second video only contains 4 members.

In the first video, they made a tribute on the song “Rato ra chandra” Well, it is a national song and we, the members, could be hanged just because we made it that way. Well, in this video, it starts with introduction of all band members and it ended with a head melting solo from Bigyan. And I promise to upload the first official video, but may be after few weeks.

I have posted our second official video in this page. Well, in the video we start with the song “Kukuri kaa” as in original version and then we make that same song in black metal version by Niroj and then Praveen takes the place by singing “Tara baje lai lai” and at last Bigyan hits it with “Intu bitu London”

Well, this is all I have today, hope you will enjoy the song.

P.S.: No offence on the original songs!!

Sometimes you go with the flow…

Well, sometimes I have this feeling of listening to slow rock songs. I tell to myself, its a normal thing and it depends on my mood. Guess, I’m feeling the same now. Trying to listen to some slow rock songs. Now whenever it comes to the slow rock songs, there is a great band in Nepal and most of their songs are slow but they still rock. I ain’t sure but I heard that, they come from Pokhara. Yeap!! it’s none other than, “The Edge”

So, one of my best songs from them is “Nachaheko Hoina”. And the reason I’m posting this article is that, there were two versions of this song. I mean when I found out, I was surprised in a happy way. And I think it will surprise you also in a happy way!

So, the first version that I listened is ::

P.S.: Sorry for the crappy korean video. No offence!!!

And the second version that I listened to is ::

Dr. Narayan Dutt Shrimali (Paramhans Swami Shree Nikhileshwaranand Maharaj)

18.12.2011

So, I was surfing in youtube and google and then I felt like looking some pictures and vidoes of my GuruDev, Dr. Narayan Dutta Shrimali or Paramhans Swami Shree Nikhileshwaranand Maharaj, then I came up with an article in flickr.com. Well, it was my GuruDev’s biography. It was very well written and I personally found it very super. So, I’m just sharing that post in my website. And I’m very much happy that my first article is about my GuruDev. I thank you GuruDev, for this great oppertunity. Jai GuruDev!!! Jai GuruMa!!!

In the Jodhpur district of Rajasthan state of India there lived a woman who was known all around for her gentleness and very good conduct. Once, Lord Narayan appeared to her in all his brightness and said, “Good lady, in a week’s time from now I’ll be born as your child. Please name him Narayan ok !”. What the lord told the woman in her dream came true. The woman brought a luminous child to bed.
The twenty first day of the month of April 1933 dawned in new redness and with joy for everyone. The villagers were singing & dancing. It seemed nature herself, overwhelmed with joy, spreading streaks of divine light all over. In short, an atmosphere of welcome to a great godly event had mystically emerged. Amidst all this a child is born, at 10:21 in the morning. Father Pandit Multan Chand Shrimali and mother Rupa Devi are struck by a happy, surprise and named the baby “Narayan”.

Narayan goes growing up. His activities show sign of divinity and extraordinary powers. Right on the twenty seventh days after his birth a big snake spreads its hood over the child’s head and hisses. Frightened the mother, she prays to the snake to leave her child and the divine serpent moves away wriggling. The hindu faith accepts this serpent episode as an indication that the child is virtually divinity.

The child’s education begins. His maternal uncle Ram Sukhaji, who is deeply learned in the Yajurveda, teaches him. He is put to school too. At the age of 5 or 6 he learns the tenets of the Vedas & the Puranas and comits hundreds of holy and philosophical verses to memory. He begins to practice Samadhi. His intellectual and spiritual sharpness astonish the people around. He is benign to all and loves even animals & birds. For all the virtues, he gets known to the village as the ‘saint child’ and is loved by all.

One day he was returning from school, on the way he saw a house on fire. The burning house had a child inside it. The mother of the child was crying for her baby calling out for help. Amidst a big crowd, no one present there dared to run into the house to rescue the child. When the school boy Narayan understands the situation, he hastens into the high flames at the risk of his life and comes safely back with the child in his arms. Narayan is badly injured and it takes him fifteen days in hospital to recover.

It was not an event for an event’s safe; it was something that truly sheds light on one aspect of his extraordinary and charismatic personality. He did what an ordinary human cannot do. For this and several other benign acts this boy got transformed into great spiritual teacher that was Dr. Narayan Dutta Shrimali, who threw himself into flaming fire for saving all humanity and each human individual.

Changes of time made material progress dominant over spiritual endowment. People began to see perfection of life in luxury and physical comfort. Consequently, began to suffer and hue and cry prevailed. Achievements in science & technology brought physical facilities and material resources but failed to provide spiritual peace & happiness.

Relieving men & women from troubles & traumas and bringing them to the right path of life became inevitable. But to do this was quite beyond ordinary human power. Mother Earth wanted some one with extraordinary power who could lead the entire suffering humanity in the right direction. It is for this that the great Dr Naryan Dutta Shrimali was born as an incarnation of God.

The great preceptor (Gurudev) is in fact, the mahayogi, Paramhamsa Swami Nikhileshwarananda of Siddhashram, and this is his eternal individual entity. Siddhashram is a divine place where one can go to only on having attained spiritual perfection. It is somewhere in the vicinity of the great lake Mansarovar and the holy Kailash peak in the Himalayas. The place is , however cannot be seen with physical eyes nor can it be reached by using a scientific equipment. There is, of course, one medium the spiritual height you have attained. The person who manages this place is the great venerable Swami Satchidananda Maharaj and Paramhamsa Swami Nikhileswhwaranda is his most beloved disciple. It is from this place that a nice balance is struck between materialism and spiritualism. When the balance goes bad, divine souls are sent down to the earth. It was in consonance with this master scheme that great holy personages like Ram, Krishna, Guru Gorakh Nath, and Sankharacharya got incarnated. In this iron age, the materialism spiritualism balance went off and swami Nikhileshwarananda was born.

At the age of 12 Gurudev married Bhagvati. Even after his marriage he continued his studies and also started teaching. But this ordinary way of life did not satisfy him. “My life is not only for my family, for earning my livelihood, for employment, it’s for high attainments and for the world”, he thought. From his very childhood he was interested in delving into cores of subjects such as mantra, tantra, dhyan (meditatiaon), yoga, sammohan (hypnotism), palmistry, astrology and Ayurveda and reveal the ultimate truths inherent in them to the inquisitive world. He would ask himself questions such as – Do mantra tantra and the like have powers ? “If they do, how can I achieve the powers and use them for the good of the society?” He knew that life bound to the family would not help and that the great saints & sages who visualized the truths of ancient learning had done so by performing tapasya (penance) in the access remote dales caves in the Himalayan forests. So he decided to quit home and banish himself into the forest. He was at that time working as a teacher and living happily with his parents and his beautiful and gentle wife. In spite of this he chose the life of Sanayas, which, of course, is full of pains and struggles. Thus he decided to sacrifice his own pleasures for the happiness of mankind.

He began a hard and challenging trek over the deep jungles of the Himalayas, looking earnestly for saints performing tapasya in the stony caves. His only purpose was to get the sages and obtain from them mystic and elemental knowledge. By his undaunted and unceasing efforts he succeeded in quenching his thirst for knowledge of the truths. The saints from whose darshan he benefited were Swami Purnananda, Trijata Aghori, Swami Prabhupada, Kinkar Baba, Naga Baba and others. In the course of his quest tours he had also came to Nepal and obtained mystic knowledge from Babas like Bhurbhuwa Baba, Pagala Baba, Tringker Swami and Kamarupa Baba.

It was on this Sanyas tour he met the great guru Swami Sachidananda, and he regards this as the greatest achievement of his life. During the tour he thoroughly studied all the subjects such as mantra, tantra, dhyan, yoga, sammohan, astrology, palmistry, Ayurneda. Chemistry & solar science, investigated into their scientific aspects to see how man can benefit from the findings. He assimilated all the knowledge and obtaining the blessings of his great guru, he returned home and became a grihastha (entered into family life) again.

For the great venerable gurudev, who had lived long on open ground under the blue sky, it was in all ways difficult to return to family life but he did so. Gurudev was sorry that the invaluable learning which the sages, our ancestors had treasured by efforts of thousands of years was about to go extinct the posterity kept them withheld. To reach the knowledge and learning out to the society, it was imperative for him to live as part of it. That is why he chose to return to the society. Divine souls set every step and do every work for the welfare of the world.

He disproved the so called social acceptance that to be a spiritual one needs to quit home by marrying the venerable Bhagvati shrimali. Despite his conjugal life at home he remained spiritually active. He has unfolded the mystic knowledge of Bharatvarsa through books, camps, lectures and deeksha. Through out his life he worked for human welfare by rising above psycho social complexes concerning ethnicity, communalism, religion and nationality.

He started his work with the study of astronomy. He explained the theories and methods of this ancient science of Bharatvarsh, rendering them easily comprehensible. It is particularly for this that he is counted as the topmost astronomer of the world. He has rejuvenated the system of mantra and tantra, sadhana practice. It is by his continued contributions that practice areas like palmistry, sammohan, Ayurveda, chemistry, dhyan, yoga, have regained popularity and interest in mystic studies like solar science, paravigyan, kriya yoga and kundalini shakti have revived.

He has analyzed the tenets of these studies, which are formulated in difficult sanskrit verses, in a scientific aspects in easy language. The proofs which he has given will greatly help men to solve their material problems and attain spiritual heights.

Pujyapad Gurudeva thus restored the invaluable treasure of ancient learning and scholarship for the welfare of mankind. When he saw that the society was getting gradually westernized at the cost of its glorious ancient heritage he left no stone unturned to revive and rehabilitate the society’s intellectual spiritual heritage, including the mantra and tantra practices in its original and undefined form. In this connection he has published a monthly magazine with the title “Mantra Tantra Yantra Vigyan”, which, of course, has earned a special place in the world of spiritualism. He has at the same time, established the Siddhashram Sadhak Pariwar” and thus perpetuated the glorious “gurukul tradition”. He has given top most priority to producing excellent disciplines. He says “A live disciple is a living book which will enlighten the age to come”

Perfection of life consists in a true balance of spirituality and materialism. That was what Gurudeve pursued as his ideal, and in that his material life was all perfect. Father of three sons and two daughters, he lived a successful grihastha life. He had earned M.A. degree in Hindi from Rajasthan University and the Ph. D. in the same subject from the university of Jodhapur, where he later served as the head of the department of Hindi. Many people had the honor of being his students at the university. He had a command of many languages.

Getting excellence in a particular field of learning needs whole life time. The great guru, alone, succeeded in re establishing the whole body of ancient learning in all its perfection, which proves that he was not an ordinary human.

However, for all that he did he had to suffer on his head from the ignorant society and the hypo critic clergy (religious officials). He was accused, insulted and divided,. There were even conspiracies against him.

Gurudeva who endeavored to enlighten the world was himself smudged. The people only viewed him as mere flesh and blood but did not see the divinity he wore. They see him just as a scholar, writer and astronomer. It is not under the power of an ordinary human to recognize a singular person. There were however some people and institutions who knowingly or unknowingly, paid him their respect.

In the year 1982, the then president of India Dr. B.D. Jatti conferred on him the title of “Mahamaopadhyaya” and in 1988 the Mantra Sansthan of Ujain honored him with the title “Mantra Siromani”. And in 1989, Dr. Sanker Dayal Sharma, the vice president of India decorated him with the title “Samaj Siromani”. And in 1991, during his Nepal visit for “Viswoshanti Mahayangya and Shivalaxmi Sadhan Sivir” the then prime minister of Nepal Krishna Prasad Bhattarai had specially felicitated and honored him on behalf of Nepal. Similarly in 1992 Sir Jagannath Anirudra, prime minister of Mauritias, honoured him with the title “Jagat guru” and in 1993 a temple of gurudev was inaugurated.

Pujyapad Gurudev made every moment of his life meaningful, eventful and human welfare oriented. He taught the society the lesson of love and fraternity and called it to fight superstition and narrow mindedness. He lifted men and women from luxuries of life and pleasures of the world enticed them to sadhana and tapahsya. He has also softened the rigours of sadnana and tapasya with the sweetness of music and dance. He has thus, shown that one could achieve spiritually and achieve godlines even along living in the life of grihastha.

Having performed all the tasks which God had assigned him and living the future responsibilities on the shoulders of his disciples, the great guru departed from the world at early day break on July 3, 1998. He had told his disciples that his last day on earth had come. He had also told them his body should be given a very simple funeral and that the news of his demise should remain undelivered through the media. We salute our beloved Jagadguru again and again hundreds of times.

Now he is present in the universe as Param hamsa Swami Nikhilesworananda Maharaj (Gurudeva) and providing guidance to his disciples for the welfare of the people. The disciples get his darshan during their dhyan, Sadhna, and dreams, even they see and feel his presence and can talk to him about their problems and concerns. Any body those who have been performing sadhana can get his darshan, feel his presence and talk to him. One can experience and feel about gurudeva, who has achieved the height of Sadhan and devotion, through this one can know about invaluable things of the universe also.

It is not possible to venture describing the work done by him in the article. He has done so much work, even that could not be done by thousands of organizations together, the title ‘man of the age’ even seems less to him. In short, during his stay on earth he concentrated about two things: (1) to visualize the truths of ancient invaluable learning which had treasured by our ancestors, and (2) to prepare real great disciples to do every work for the welfare of the world.

His main goal was to make a real spiritual age on earth, to accomplish this task he has been providing guidance as Paramhamsa Swami Nikhilesworananda Maharaj (Gurudeva) for the welfare of the people of the world. Siddhashram Shakti Kendra finds itself blessed with opportunities to remain constant to ideals of the great gurudeva and help him in the execution of his plan for the restoration and revival of the spiritual world where humans can live in peace and happiness. This, in fact, is a matter of glory not only for the Nepalese nation but also for the entire world. Gurudeva was born not for a particular nation of religion but for the mankind as a whole. The day will come when mankind will know this.

Source :: http://www.flickr.com/photos/100gurus/3474088530/in/photostream/

The website you have been searching for….

Hello people!!

How are you doing?? I know, how it feels like, to search and search for things in google and other search engine and sometimes you wonder, if there was a website where you can simple find everything you need. Then well my friends, I had this problem also and then one day an idea stroked my mind, why don’t I create a website and I will post all the links and information that I have searched for years and years. This way I can keep a track for myself and it would also help for other people. so, it is Friday, 16th December, 2011, 16:14 and this is my first web launch.