कौमार आचरेत्प्राज्ञो धर्मान्भागवतानिह ।
दुर्लभं मानुषं जन्म तदप्यध्रुवमर्थदम् ॥
kaumāra ācaret prājño dharmān bhāgavatān iha |
durlabhaṁ mānuṣaṁ janma tad apy adhruvam arthadam ||
From the tender age of childhood, one with intelligence should habituate himself with the practice of devotional service to the Supreme. A human life is precious and meaningful even though inflicted by impermanence.
With such ideals in mind, BGSM organizes Annual Sadhana Shivir (ASS) aimed towards nourishing the heart and fortifying the mind to learn the upcoming challenges in life, and live through them sensibly as per the sublime message of Sanatana scriptures, for leading one's own life and helping others, in a wholesome manner.
"Only good men with strong moral fibre
can shape the world."
Nearest airport is at Bhubaneswar. Ola, Uber and other platforms are available for drop along with bus rides from Baramunda Bus Stop.
Bus ride at INR 80 is available from Baramunda Bus Stand in every 30 mins. The drop is at Chandeswar Chowk on NH-16 after crossing Tangi bypass. From there it is a 2kms auto ride for INR 100.
Nearest railway station is Kalupara Ghat which is 30 mins away from the location. Auto fare from the location would be max INR 200.
Please find your preferred way to arrive safely at Chitrakoot, MP to attend this year's sadhana shivir
5.00am - 7.30am
Break - Breakfast & Community Service
9.45am - 12.00pm
Break - Lunch & Rest
1.45 pm - 4.00pm
Break - Playtime & Dinner
6.45pm - 8.45pm
Break - Revision & Dwip Shanti
Order of the day
Early to bed & Early to rise makes me healthy, wealthy, and wise
Pay & Register
The instructions in the video to be performed after submitting the form.
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Is the registration fee refundable?
No the registration fee is not refundable. We take our services sincerely, we will try our best to deliver best experience possible.
Is safe and hygenic drinking water available?
Please bring your carry bottles with you. Otherwise water bottles can be purchased from shops nearby. No need to worry!
Will it be too hot?
Yes, definitely. But as they say good vibes comes with tough times and it's now or never. We need to come together regardless for this holy cause of uplifting ourselves.
In which language classes will be taken?
Hindi & English are preferred modes of communication.
Is there a hospital in case of emergencies?
Yes there is hospitals nearby. In case of medical emergency, it is upon the participant to bear any fee related to their degrading health if any.
Can my family accompany me?
We recommend everyone to register and come along to participate in it. Rest assured they will be under our care and supervision. In special cases, please connect .
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Maun (Silence) is observed throughout the day. A typical day starts at 4 am and various activities and sessions go on till 9 pm.
Experience the right guidance for Roopdhyan meditation which will benefit you to manage mental and emotional stability. Listen to the lectures and acquire knowledge to lead the life in the right direction and handling tough situations.
Aarti and sankirtan sessions are held twice, in the morning and evening. Philosophical discourses are explained by Poojniya Devi Ji and Swami Ji.
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Re-shaping your life in the holy land of Chitrakoot
Chitrakoot is a sacred place in India with great spiritual importance. It is believed that Lord Rama spent a significant part of his exile in Chitrakoot. Chitrakoot is situated on the banks of the Mandakini river and is surrounded by dense forests, hills, and valleys. It is said that Lord Rama, his wife Sita, and his brother Lakshmana lived in the forests of Chitrakoot during their 14-year exile. It is also believed that Lord Rama performed several religious rituals and penances during his stay in Chitrakoot. Apart from being associated with Lord Rama, Chitrakoot is also believed to be the birthplace of several saints and sages, including the famous sage Valmiki who wrote the epic Ramayana. The place is also mentioned in several ancient Hindu texts, including the Ramayana, Mahabharata, and the Puranas. Chitrakoot is also a popular destination for pilgrims who come to take a dip in the holy waters of the Mandakini river and to visit the various temples and religious sites in the area. The most famous temple in Chitrakoot is the Ramghat temple, which is believed to have been built by Lord Rama himself.