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Thursday September 14, 2017 – Prabhata Samgiita Day Celebration
Welcome to the Prabhata Samgiita Day Celebrations!
Dear brothers and sisters , Namaskar!

Baba gave the first Prabhata Samgiita song, “Bandhu he Niye Calo” September 14, 1982 in Deoghar and continued composing more and more songs until October 20, 1990. Those 5018 songs are so beautiful and give lyrical and musical expression of the deepest spiritual feelings that we can experience in our meditation and daily life. We should treasure the Prabhata Samgiita songs and sing more and more.

This September 14, 2017 will mark 35 years since Baba composed the first song. We will celebrate this day on Thursday Sept 14 where by singing one hour (or more) of Prabhata Samgiita and enjoy the spiritual vibration of the songs. If you want to sing your favorite song, please email me the number and name of the song so that I can prepare the lyrics.

Honorable Brothers and Sisters!

I am glad to invite and welcome you to attend the birthday anniversary of the Guru of Ananda Marga, Shrii Shrii Anandamurti ji on May 10, 2017. His contribution to Humanity at large in the field of education, science, and spirituality is incomparable.
Ananda Marga is working around the globe in more than 100 countries rendering service to hundreds of thousands of people in the field of health, education, and spirituality.
Therefore, it is my pleasure to invite you and your friends and family on the occasion of Shrii Shrii Anandamurtiji’s Birthday Anniversary.
This Birthday is more significant for all devotees around the globe. On that day we are going to present his practical contribution to the participants and conduct other spiritual programs. We are expecting your presence to enjoy the spiritual bliss and feel the grace of the Supreme.

Acarya Abhiramananda Avadhuta
Sectorial Secretary of Ananda Marga in New York Sector
Tel. 718-898-1604
Mob. 347-553-1057

Ácárya Diiptimanánanda Avadhúta
Sectorial Office Secretary (SOS) of Ananda Marga in New York Sector
Tel. +1 718 898 1603
Mob. +1 9292578099


Tuesday May 9

Evening 5 – 8 p.m. Akhanda Kiirtana (Devotional singing of the mantra BABA NAM KEVALAM along with dance of lalita marmika)
8:30 – 9:30 p.m. Dinner

Wednesday May 10

3:07 a.m. – 6:07 a.m. Akhanda Kiirtana
6:07 – 7:30 Collective meditation (Sadhana)
7:35 – 8:15 Singing of the Ananda Purnima Prabhata Samgiita devotional songs, reading of Ananda Vanii in various languages, inspirational talk
8:15 – 9:00 a.m. Breakfast

9 a.m. – 3 p.m. 6 hours Akhanda Kiirtana (lunch served during the kiirtana)
3:00 – 3:30 p.m. Collective meditation (Sadhana)
3:30 – 4 p.m. Inspirational talk

4:00 – 5:00 p.m. Break, rest

5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Katha Kiirtana (sharing of devotional stories and spiritual experiences)
6:00 – 6:30 p.m. Prabhata Samgiita devotional songs (composed by Shrii Shrii Anandamurtiji) and Baba Video
6:30 – 7:00 p.m. Avarta Kiirtana (singing of the mantra BABA NAM KEVALAM and dancing in six directions spreading the positive vibrations)
7:00 – 7:30 p.m. Collective meditation
7:30 – 7:50 p.m. Guru puja, concluding talk
8:00 – 9:00 p.m. Dinner

Ananda Marga West Coast Tour

Ananda Marga Pracaraka Samgha (AMPS) is a Non-Profit Spiritual Organization dedicated to the motto “Self-realization and Service to Humanity”. We promote physical, mental and spiritual wellbeing by meditation, yoga, sentient vegetarian diet and other aspects of yogic lifestyle.

A team of three monks and two nuns is coming to California from November 21st to December 2nd, 2016 to tour the West Coast and conduct different programs.


Having many years of experience in the fields of Yoga, Meditation and Relief work we would like to share our knowledge with the community, connect with groups and organizations that are seeking for transformation, spiritual empowerment and a healthy way of living.

Collaborate in Organizing Events!

We would like to render service to your community, please help us organize an event!

Examples of some activities we can do:

• Classes on a specific topic
• One-day seminars
• Weekend seminar
• Meditation sessions
• Small groups sessions (for example one family, 2 – 10 individuals etc.)
• One-on-one instruction in meditation (the nuns teach to women, the monk to men)
• Lead Kiirtana/chanting sessions
• Do volunteer work
• Join any Spiritual activity at your locality

Possible topics for programs:

• Astaunga Yoga
• Rajadhiraja Yoga
• Mantra Meditation
• Sentient Vegetarian Diet
• Yoga Psychology
• Introduction to Spiritual Philosophy
• Yoga and Wellness
• Meditation for Youth
• Volunteering activity
• Social service
• Women’s Welfare

As nuns and monks we dedicate our lives for the welfare of society and everything we offer is donation based.

If you are interested in having us come and visit you for any of the above, or know anybody else who might be interested, please let us know as soon as possible, so we can coordinate the details.

West Coast Travel Plans:

Nov. 22 – 24 Los Angeles
Nov. 26 – 27 Bay Area
November 28 – 30 Sacramento/Grass Valley
Dec 1 – 4 Bay Area

Meditation Retreat at Los Altos Hills

When: Saturday December 3 and Sunday December 4, 2016
Ananda Marga Yoga and Meditation Center
27160 Moody Rd, Los Altos Hills, CA 94022

For Further Information Please Contact:

Bay Area:
Acarya Diiptimanananda Avadhuta
Phone: (718) 898-1603, mobile (929) 257-8099

Los Angeles:
Acarya Anudhyanananda Avadhuta
Email: /
Mobile: (570) 445-5883

Sacramento/Grass Valley:
Avadhutika Ananda Kalyanmitra Acarya
Phone: (530) 432-3618, mobile: (530) 615-9529

Introduction to the Teachers:

Ananda Marga has a tradition of Sannyasin monks and nuns (Acaryas) that dedicate their lives to spiritual practice and social service. Before becoming qualified as an Acarya (one who teaches by one’s conduct), they have to take extensive training and are thereafter given a designated field of responsibility within the organization. They teach meditation and yoga, run social service projects and render all kinds of social service according to the need of the area they are working in.

Acarya Abhiramananda Avadhuta has been previously in several responsibilities in India. He has been nine years in the delicate responsibility of Sectorial Office Secretary in India until October 2015 before coming to New York Sector.
Since 1999 as a worker of Ananda Marga he has successfully facilitated most of the events, seminars, conferences, structural work of the organization and big spiritual gatherings of thousands of people in several cities and areas of India.
He has been serving in the last ten years in the Aviation Department of India as a meditation advisory official. He has been giving meditation workshops in different airports of India. Several thousands of airport officials have been benefited.

Acarya Diiptimanananda Avadhuta grew up in Iceland and studied piano, languages and natural science. He started practicing Ananda Marga meditation as a teenager and went for training to become Ananda Marga monk at the age of 23. After taking extensive training in Denmark and Sweden he was assigned to work in Far East Asia and was in charge of Ananda Marga retreat center in Taiwan and same time studied Chinese and completed Bachelor and Master degrees in music and ethnomusicology. Since last three years he is working in North America and Central America as Sectorial Office Secretary for Ananda Marga and is active in teaching yoga and meditation to college students and the public. He is currently completing Yoga Alliance certification in teaching yoga and meditation to children and teenagers.
His main interests are meditation, yoga, classical- and ethnic music of all cultures, spiritual philosophy, linguistics, macroeconomics and environmental studies.

Acarya Anudhyanananda Avadhuta grew up in a family practicing Ananda Marga meditation and was attracted in early age to spirituality. He dedicated his life to service and Sannyasi life at the age of twenty and worked in many parts of India and later other parts of Asia including Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. He has been working for Ananda Marga in USA since 2013.
His main interest is to realize the inner aspect of spirituality and help others achieve happiness through meditation and spiritual practice.

Brahmacarinii Anudhyana Acarya met Ananda Marga in 1998; briefly after, she became a full-time volunteer dedicating herself to help establish projects of Ananda Marga. Between 2001 and 2003 she helped opening a spiritually based Kindergarten in Israel covering both manager and teacher duties. In 2003 she started travel around Europe, teaching yoga and meditation classes and helped opening a community center in the most deprived neighborhood of Malta. The center provided enrichment activities to help distressed children and women.
In 2006 she started an extensive training at Sweden Training Center to become a nun of Ananda Marga. After 3 years she continued her training in India, becoming a sannyasi in 2009. For 3 years she was assigned to work in Thailand, Laos, Philippines and Vietnam, giving conferences and lectures in many places about philosophy and the science of Yoga. In 2012 she was assigned to work in USA, Canada, and Central America. She has been working mostly in New York, Texas, California and Colorado.

Avadhutika Ananda Kalyanmitra Acarya met Ananda Marga in 2001 and started to help as volunteer in several projects around Europe. After 2 years of volunteering, she decided to become a Sannyasi (nun of Ananda Marga) and attend Sweden Training Center.
After 4 years of extensive training, she was assigned to work in Far East Asia, in the areas of Russia and Taiwan. Her main duties were touring between cities in Russia, giving classes about Ananda Marga philosophy, introducing the benefits of meditation and yoga, and training women in spiritual disciplines.
In Taiwan, she was helping managing a farm with daily yoga activities and helping the fasting and meditation camps.
For the last 3 years she has been working in USA, Mexico and Guatemala, also taking care of a spiritual eco-farm of 20 acres north east of Sacramento, CA.

Welcome to join our Winter Retreat at Ananda Kanan!



Next Meditation Retreat will be on December 10 and 11, 2016

Welcome to join a meditation retreat at Ananda Marga in Flushing! Those that are coming from far away can stay over night.
The Saturday program will start at 9 a.m. with Sadhana Shivir, alternative singing of kiirtana and meditation. It’s a great way to go deep into meditation as the mind goes deeper with every sitting.
Sunday morning will be Akhanda Kiirtana starting at 8:30 a.m. That means singing BABA NAM KEVALAM mantra for three hours and dancing. After all the singing and dancing we sit for collective meditation and end with a nice lunch together.

Accommodation during the program is also available at Ananda Marga WWD office (please contact Didi Ananda Tapomaya mob. (210) 502-6196.)

Festival of Light Event in Manhattan, NY

Ananda Marga jointly organized with World Yoga Community a Festival of Light (Diipavali/Diwali) event in Manhattan on November 6, 2016. Special thanks to our guests of honor: Cantor Rev. Judith Steel, Grandmother Bishop Lygia De Castro, Brother Oneness Raj Bhushan Esq., Puja Parikh, Priyata Dey, Rev. Beryl Green, Dr. Remi Aleppo, Dr. Idris Ena Kone, H H Jagat Guru Dileepji Maharaj, and other ethnic leaders. Also thanks to our Acaryas: Ac. Abhiramananda Avadhuta, Ac. Diiptimanananda Avt., Ac. Vimaleshananda Avt, Ac. Anudhyanananda Avt, Ac. Shankarananda Avt., Ac. Iishvarakrsnananda Avt., and Avadhutika Ananda Tapomaya Acarya and all Ananda Margiis attending and helping with the program.









Prabhata Samgiita Day, September 14, 2016 was celebrated at Ananda Marga Yoga and Meditation Center in New York with two hours of singing of Prabhata Samgiita, followed by Dharma Cakra and dinner. Prabháta Samgiita is a collection of 5018 songs that Shrii Shrii Anandamurti composed. He composed the first song “Bandhu He Niye Calo” on September 14, 1982 in Deoghar, India and then continued adding songs to the collection until the penultimate day of his life, more than eight years later. Prabháta means ‘dawn’, signifying the dawn of a new era of human history. The songs are devotional in nature and describe the feelings of the spiritual aspirants in their deepest meditation and their spiritual realizations, feelings of joy, bliss and pain of separation from the Lord.
During the event, as the Margiis, Dadas, and Didi continued singing the Prabhata Samgiita songs, gradually the devotional feelings increased. Singing those beautiful devotional songs helped us to enrich our meditation and bring the mind to a realm of mysticism and love for the Supreme, ever present in every aspects of our life.