“It is only after you have realized that you are an immortal child playing an eternal lila in the lap of eternity that you will really become happy.”

Sri Swami Satyananda Saraswati.

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Guru Poornima

Date: 13 July 2022

Morning Timings: 6.00 AM onwards

Evening Timings: 6.30 PM onwards

Guru Poornima or Vyasa Poornima is celebrated on the full moon day in the month of Ashada. On this day we honour our Gurus who dispel the darkness of ignorance by bringing forth the wisdom in us.

Guru is Brahman, the Absolute, or God Himself. He guides and inspires you from the innermost core of your being. He is everywhere. You just have to empty yourself and tune in to the Guru tattwa.

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Mahamrityunjaya havan

Mahamrityunjaya havan is an ancient practice that has been used for healing and as a remedial measure for all troubles. Swami Sayananda the founder of the Bihar School of Yoga revived this practice decades ago as part of the tradition. Every Saturday evening yoga aspirants at Ashrams and Centers around India and the world gather together to perform this Havan.

Mahamrityunjaya Havan is held every Saturday at 6.00 pm for the well-being and benefit of all sentient beings at Atma Darshan. Details...

GURU BHAKTI YOGA

Date: 5th and 6th of every month

Timings: 6.30 PM IST onwards

Sivaratri, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is celebrated on the moonless night of the month of Phalguna, which is the fourteenth day in the Krishna paksha or dark half.


Festival of Maha Shivaratri symbolises the divine incarnation of Lord Shiva on this earth. It is also the day when Lord Shiva got married to Goddess Parvati. This is the day when he became ‘Neelkantha’ by swallowing the deadly poison that came up during Samudra Manthan.

This ritual worship of Lord Shiva on Maha Shivratri continues through the day and night. A special abhisheka is given to Shiva Lingam and Bilva leaves are also offered.

“Shakti is the energy or the vital power that makes any activity possible. Shakti is Devi, Shakti is the Divine Mother, Mind is Shakti, Prana is Shakti, Will is Shkati. Worship of Shakti is one of the oldest and most widespread religions in the world.”

Swami Sivananda Saraswati.

Krishna Janmashtami

Swami Sivananda Janmotsav

Swami Satyananda Sanyasa Diwas

Ashwin Navaratri

Navaratri occurs twice a year in a six-monthly sequence; these nine nights are especially auspicious for the purpose of sadhana. During this time Nature is at the juncture of seasons, there is an enhanced flow of vital and spiritual energies. This time period allows one to purify the body of toxic wastes it has accumulated. Further to release from the mind the negative patterns that have taken root in the consciousness. Through personal sadhana and getting together at the ashram chanting and havans, the participants cleanse, balance and refine themselves and return to the regular rhythm of mundane life with renewed vigor.

Vijaya Dashami Havan

Deepawali Havan

Samaradhana

Christmas & Swami Satyananda Birthday

“Bhakti is not just a philosophy, but science which can transform your thinking pattern and basic tendencies.”

Swami Sivananda Saraswati.

Hanuman Chalisa Chanting

Surya Namaskara Sadhana

Basant Panchami : is the first day of spring. Spring is the season of new beginnings. Fresh buds bloom, animals awaken and the earth seems to come to life again. Farmers and gardeners plant their seeds and temperatures slowly rise. At this time of year, everything enters a state of renewal. Let us embark on a new journey on this auspicious day of basant panchami.

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Bala Yoga Diwas : 14 february is a day of celebration for all of us, it is the birthday of our beloved guru Swami Niranjanananda Saraswati. It is also the anniversary of Satyam Bala Yoga Sangha. It is celebrated as Bala Yoga Diwas or Children’s Yoga Day at Atma Darshan Yogashram. The program will be conducted entirely by the children.

Join us online in the celebrations of Bala Yoga Diwas, an initiative to instil time honoured values in children while teaching them yoga.


ARADHANA - Maha Shivaratri Aradhana


Sivaratri, dedicated to Lord Shiva, is celebrated on the moonless night of the month of Phalguna, which is the fourteenth day in the Krishna paksha or dark half.


Festival of Maha Shivaratri symbolises the divine incarnation of Lord Shiva on this earth. It is also the day when Lord Shiva got married to Goddess Parvati. This is the day when he became ‘Neelkantha’ by swallowing the deadly poison that came up during Samudra Manthan.

This ritual worship of Lord Shiva on Maha Shivratri continues through the day and night. A special abhisheka is given to Shiva Lingam and Bilva leaves are also offered.


ARADHANA - Chaitra Navaratri Aradhana


Chaitra Navaratri is celebrated during the shukla paksha of Chaitra Masa and its first day marks the beginning of a new year according to Hindu calendar. It is also known as Vasanta Navaratri. Rama Navami, the birthday of Lord Rama falls on the ninth day of Chaitra Navaratri. Join us online for Chaitra Navaratri Aradhana turning inwards with havan, chanting and kirtans

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Satyakshi Devi Samvatsara

Date: 27th June 2022

Timings: 9 AM onwards

On 23rd June in the year 2014 the prana prathisthapana of Satyakshi Ma took place in Atmadarshan Yogashram. Since then, we commemorate the Samvatsara of Satyakshi Devi every year.

In these times when the world faces the uncertainty of life and livelihood, She has been an anchor and refuge inviting us to refine, redefine and find ourselves. The Devi and Guru shaktis have blessed the ashram space with their grace.

Join us online on the auspicious occasion of the seventh Samvatsara of Satyakshi Devi.