We are happy to announce our 35th annual Braja Mandal Parikram, on this occasion with the valuable participation of Srila B.A. Paramadvaiti Swami, Srila B.V. Atulananda Acharya Swami and many other distinguished spiritual figures, all outstanding representatives of Gaudiya Vaishnavism around the world.
You are personally invited to participate in this amazing experience that will lead you all around the beautiful land of Braj Vrindavan, the mystical city of five thousand temples.
Thanks to our spiritual masters, once a year we have the opportunity to participate in a month long pilgrimage during the sacred month of Kartik! This is a once in a lifetime chance to deepen our understanding of the Bhakti Yoga practice and our sincerity on the spiritual path, in the most sacred place in the universe. There is no environment more favorable for learning, meditation, prayer and spiritual practice.
Love is all about life, and life in Vrindavan is all about love! Experience the impressions of Bhakti, unique devotional moods which are found all around the sacred sites of Braj. Thrive in the places where Lord Krishna and his associates carried out their divine pastimes. Get to know people from all over the world who are also in search of the ultimate goal of life, transcendental love!.
Our mission in Vrindavan is to receive volunteers and visitors from all over the world. We seek to encourage them to develop bhakti, or devotion by serving and visiting holy places. Experiencing Vrindavan means studying the holy books and preserving the holy land of Braj Vrindavan.
Nonetheless the Yamuna river, ancient buildings, as well as serving the local people, the Brijvasis or spiritual inhabitants of Braj. Inspiration to serve has always been our mission. Don’t hesitate to join our 10 day volunteer program in India on 2nd september 2017.
In this article you can read about the volunteer opportunities in India.
The queen requested a special place for herself and her Manipuri friends to reside in the holy place of Vrindavan, so they acquired the neighboring property and called it Manipuri-Rani Kunja. It was a large property with beautiful, exotic, native trees. They constructed a temple and established the deities of Sri Sri Radha Vraja Mohan, honoring the beloved deities of Srila Narottam Das Thakur who was the founder of the Vaishnava movement in Manipur in the 16th century. Read More
Our effort is to create unique communities and more of eco yoga villages. We are establishing sacred places around the world to help people connect with nature through volunteering. Experiencing a truly natural lifestyle teaches us about ecology, sustainability and the benefits of communal living. In addition to caring for our outer environment, we also offer many opportunities for volunteers to cultivate inner consciousness. Experience it through different spiritual practices of the Inbound School of Yoga.
Our motto: “Simple living, elevated thinking” best expresses the lifestyle we aspire to. Please check our website from time to time for updates about new volunteer projects in our Eco Yoga Villages. We are part of an international network of eco yoga villages that have yoga centers, meditation, vegetarian restaurants. You may find these eco parks in more than 25 countries worldwide, including two in INDIA. Eco Yoga Villages website.
Volunteer organizations in India represent a unique opportunity for inner personal growth while performing meaningful service to those in need. The holy lands of India are in urgent need of protection. Mother Nature is calling you to help restore her rivers, soil, forests, jungles and of course her dear people and animals. Your helping hands are needed in so many areas, so how does one decide where to go and whom to help? To help you determine where you might fit in best, we are presenting some of our favorite volunteer projects and volunteer organizations in India. So we wish you well in your efforts and thank you in advance for your sacrifice and commitment. Here you will get the list you needed. Best tip: stay in Tree house in India while doing volunteer service.