Bhagavata Saptaha

A Journey to the Meaning of Life

With Sri Venugopal Goswami,
Bhakti Yoga Acharya, Vrindavan, North India
with a live Raga music ensemble

 

Wed. 25 May – Tues. 31 May 2022:

• Watch live via Zoom from 4 to 6 pm

• Or watch the YouTube recording available daily from 8 pm onwards

 

In English with simultaneous translation into German and French

 

Suggested contribution: €15 per day, €75 for all 7 days
Your contribution helps cover the costs of making this special programme possible.

 

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Listening to the classical yoga scripture Srimad Bhagavatam connects Jnana (knowledge) with Bhakti (devotion).

In his incomparable style, Sri Venugopal Goswami presents the message of this scripture, which comprises the teachings of all yoga systems of India.

The inspiring words of wisdom are combined with a melodious interpretation of classical mantra chanting (Kirtan).

Evening by evening, the audience is guided on a seven-day soulful journey to the meaning and goal of human existence.

Sri Venugopal Goswami has visited the European Sivananda Centres since 1998.

His teachings come from a 500-year-old family tradition, which teaches this classical scripture.

Sri Venugopal Goswami studied Sanskrit and Indian philosophy at the Hindu University in Benares. He also studied classical singing under the world-renowned Indian vocalist master Pandit Jasraj.

With live music: harmonium, vocals, bamboo flute, shanai oboe and tabla.

Excellent North Indian professional musicians accompany this programme with classical raga melodies und rhythms.

Suggested contribution: €15 per day, €75 for all 7 days
 
Your contribution helps cover the costs of making this special programme possible.
 
To make this event accessible for everyone, there are no set fees so you are free to choose how much you can give.
 
We thank you in advance for your generosity.
 

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