Sahaja in Sanskrit means spontaneous and also born with, Yoga means union with God. The potential to the spiritual awakening...
Sahaja” in Sanskrit means spontaneous and also born with, ” Yoga” means union with God. The potential to the spiritual awakening and ascent is inborn in every human being. This potential is possible to be actualized through a unique living process of Sahaja Yoga. This unique discovery has been done by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi (in 1970).The process of Sahaja Yoga is spontaneous and natural. It is a technique to awaken the Kundalini Shakti which lies in the sleeping state at the base of the spine (sacrum bone) of each human being. The process of awakening this Kundalini (Self Realisation) is a spontaneous and joy giving process, quite contrary to the widespread misinformation about it.
Started my career in Dr.Reddy s Laboratories at Bollaram, Hyderabad as junior research scientist from March-2008 to April...
Started my career in Dr.Reddy’s Laboratories at Bollaram, Hyderabad as junior research scientist from March-2008 to April 2009; Joined Sri Chaitanya IIT-Academy as Senior Lecturer in Chemistry from April 2009-March2010; Joined as Academic Director and Senior Faculty in Yukti Educational Services Pvt.Ltd-Pune from April 2010-May2011; Formed a company on 1st July 2011 named Xenura Educational Academy at Pune and having a position as Director in Academics and Administration. A passionate, workaholic & self-styled technical writer, expert in developing new concepts or improving
existing management; having hands-on exposure & experience in the Field of Education, Teaching, Admissions, P-R with Parents, Management, Planning, Audit, Supervision, Inspection, Execution, Commissioning, Operation & Maintenance of whole academic system; Proficiency in Computers, Internet & Information Technology; and has been part of variety of projects, trainings, courses & exams in the field of Tech driven education. Working as “Director” with Xenura Educational Academy; handling Chemistry (all Organic, Inorganic and Physical), Administration (Admissions, Counselling, Recruiting, Hostel administration, mess, boarding, company accounts, purchases, monthly meetings, course flow, annual meetings, parent-teacher meeting. Admission strategy, budget planning and execution. Quality circle meetings, monthly performance analysis with students and teachers. Arrangement of programmes inviting guests at political, state and central level for awarding students for their achievement in competitive examination. Material development for students in the subjects of mathematics, physics and chemistry (both digital and non-digital). Extensive Experience in Management, Supervision, Execution & Inspection of Special Operations under critical and crucial conditions.
I play guitar from 17 yrs- i play acoustic, western classical, indian classical, neo classical,rock, metal , jazz, blues...
I play guitar from 17 yrs- i play acoustic, western classical, indian classical, neo classical, rock, metal , jazz, blues , indian songs, flamenco,
I also teach - violin by eta Cohen method n Suzuki violin method
I also teach - drumset, congo bongo, flute
The saga of the Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya began in Hyderabad, Sindh (now in Pakistan) in the year...
The saga of the Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya began in Hyderabad, Sindh (now in Pakistan) in the year 1936, when extraordinary events unfolded in the life of Dada Lekhraj, a wealthy diamond merchant who had risen from humble beginnings to become one of the most respected members of his community.
Dada Lekhraj, a devout man, was contemplating retirement as he was nearing 60, little realising that his life was about to be transformed. One day, while he was sitting in the back hall of his bungalow with a group of fellow disciples of his guru, he had strange spiritual experiences. He recognised these unique inner sensations as the onset of a spiritual encounter, but knew neither their cause nor purpose. Yet there was a sense of heightened perception, a new clarity of mind and vision. A powerful, intuitive grasp of reality was growing in him. He went to his room for solitude. As he sat alone, waves of bliss surged on him. He had gone beyond all consciousness of his body and experienced himself as a point of light, a pure soul afloat in an ocean of bliss. Then he had a vision of the four-armed deity Vishnu.