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Paramahamsa Sri Swami Vishwananda’s Mission of Love is a rapidly expanding worldwide movement known as Bhakti Marga: the path of love and devotion. Here to bring about lasting positive change in the world, the message of his mission is that, ultimately, the only thing that can truly bring such change is bhakti: the Love for God, experienced as devotion within each heart.
 
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Dive into the mysteries of ancient techniques to quiet the mind, gain clarity, cultivate inner balance and establish a deeper connection to yourself, others and the source of love itself. Bhakti Marga Sadhana offers spiritual practices that open the heart so you can experience the transformational power of love. Our techniques help you still the mi…
 
Dive into the mysteries of ancient techniques to quiet the mind, gain clarity, cultivate inner balance and establish a deeper connection to yourself, others and the source of love itself. Bhakti Marga Sadhana offers spiritual practices that open the heart so you can experience the transformational power of love. Our techniques help you still the mi…
 
Dive into the mysteries of ancient techniques to quiet the mind, gain clarity, cultivate inner balance and establish a deeper connection to yourself, others and the source of love itself. Bhakti Marga Sadhana offers spiritual practices that open the heart so you can experience the transformational power of love. Our techniques help you still the mi…
 
Sri Kedarnatha Bhaktivinoda Thakura was a descendeant of Sri Purusottama Datta, one of the five Kayashtas, brought to Gauda by King Adisura. He was the son of the great Vaishnava, Anandacandra, and went through many tribulations in his life after his father's early passing. His life serves as an inspiration for all people on their spiritual path. T…
 
Shirdi Sai Baba was a great Indian saint of the early 20th century who showed people of different faiths how to live together in unity and harmony in the love of God.‘Shirdi Sai Baba used to break all the barriers of religions that one can put in one's mind. He is a great example and a great saint, always humble. He gave and he is still giving so m…
 
Akka Mahadevi was a saint and famous female poet who was part of the Veerashaiva Bhakti movement of the 12th century. She wrote poetry in the Kannada language and her life serves as an example of devotion and surrender. The story of Akka Mahadevi is taken from the book “Great Saints of South India” by author Sri Ravinuthala Sreeramulu.It is our hop…
 
Sri Kulasekhara Alwar is a saint who had grown up in royalty, but he wasn't attached to either his material wealth or status. As a great devotee of Lord Rama and Sita Devi, Sri Kulasekhara Alwar participated in the Leela of the Lord through the love and devotion which he had.The story of Sri Kulasekhara Alwar was taken from the book “Indian Sages a…
 
Karaikkalammaiyaris was a great devotee of Lord Shiva who had displayed her devotion throughout her whole life. From having miracles manifest from her prayers, to humbly wishing not to place her feet on the abode of Kailash, Karaikkalammaiyaris sets a saintly example for each spiritual seeker to follow.The story of Karaikkalammaiyaris taken from th…
 
Sri Annamacharya is a saint who had begun his spiritual journey at a young age. After hearing a group of bhaktas chanting, "Govinda! Govinda!", the young saint began composing poems that praised the Lord. Through out his life, Sri Annamacharya kept composing songs and his devotion and status became known to the world as he was fully surrendered to …
 
Kanakadasa was the son of ardent devotees of Lord Venkateshwar. Growing up in a Vaishnava environment, Kanakadasa's life embodied what it means to be a bhakta. Though he was of a lower caste, his knowledge was higher than the brahmins and his faith and devotion was that of a true saint. The story of Kanakadasa is taken from the book “Great Saints o…
 
Srimati Lakshmi Mani Devi was the niece of the great Indian saint RamaKrishna. As Sri RamaKrishna had pointed out, Lakshmi Devi was a Divine incarnation, and despite the tribulations forebode by a Sadhu in her young years, she overcame all the adversity and she brought spiritual her light to all who come in contact with her.The story of Srimati Lak…
 
Srimati Lakshmi Mani Devi was the niece of the great Indian saint RamaKrishna. As Sri RamaKrishna had pointed out, Lakshmi Devi was a Divine incarnation, and despite the tribulations forebode by a Sadhu in her young years, she overcame all the adversity and she brought spiritual her light to all who come in contact with her. The story of Srimati La…
 
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