Namaskar dear all.

By Ishwar's grace, we are organizing another Satsang/online presentation to discuss about “Achardharma” (code of righteous living), i.e. spiritualisation of every aspect of our day-to-day life.

This presentation will be the second one in a series of presentations to follow. We will also cover some aspects of spiritual science behind upcoming "Hindu New Year" and the correct way of celebrating it, in this presentation.

Did you know that praying and saying a particular shloka after waking up, forms a protective covering around us which destroys the raja-tama layer that is created at night?

• Are you aware of the spiritual science behind the correct way of taking bath?

• Did you know that this year "Hindu New Year" falls on March 16 (tuesday)? Rama slayed Vali on this day. Lord Ramachandra returned to Ayodhya after slaying the evil demons and Ravan on this very day

• "Hindu New Year" - Unlike other days when one has to choose an auspicious moment to perform a ritual, on this day one does not need to, as every moment of this day is auspicious.

Details of this presentation are as follows:

Topic: Achardharma and Upcoming Festival - Hindu New Year

Mode: Online on internet and Skype audio conference

(You will need Skype software on your computer and a headphone with mic.
Skype can be freely downloaded from: )

Date/time: March 6 (Saturday), 10.30 AM - 12.00 PM IST [Indian Standard Time]
Same as 05:00 to 06:30 [UTC/GMT]

To find the date/time in your country, please refer:

Agenda: Following are some of the topics that will be covered:

• What is Achardharma (code of righteous living)
• Importance of Achardharma in our life
• Examples of Achardharma - what prayer to say after waking up
• Spiritual science behind correct way of taking bath
• Spiritual science underlying upcoming Festival - Hindu New Year

(The holy festival which marks the beginning of the New Year, new month and new day for Hindus)

In case you are interested in attending the presentation, please respond at the earliest by March 5 (Fri) through the following URL (we have limited connection availability):