Practice of yoga

Practice of yoga

Yoga is a profound part of the Vedic culture. Yoga practices underlie at the heart of all Hinduism (Sanskrit "Sanatan Dharma") schools. Sanatana Dharma means "the eternal law" - the law of all beings’ evolution.

Advaita philosophy

Advaita philosophy

Advaita is an ancient doctrine that tells us about human nature as divine initially. "Advaita" can be translated as "not two". Soul is not separated from God. God is a reality that permeates everything.

Meeting with rock celebrity Boris Grebenshikov


On November 14th, the concert hall of the Kremlin of Nizhny Novgorod hosted «Aquarium» rock-band. After the Press Secretary of the Center for Vedic Culture «Divya Loka» Ilya Kurylenko met with the leader of the legendary band.

Boris Grebenshikov is known for his deep love for yoga, Indian and Buddhist philosophy, reflection of which can be heard in his work. The official website of the group has «Katha Upanishad» published, Boris’ own translation of the book by Shibendu Lahiri «Kriya Yoga» and a guide to the holy places of India.

«The Vedas and Upanishads are the sacred books of India. They are among the oldest scriptures of the world. Katha Upanishad is considered to be one of the oldest and most authoritative», says the site.

Boris has had a lot of conversations with various spiritual masters, including Sri Chinmoy, from whom he received a spiritual name Purushottam, meaning «Supreme Soul».

Over the scene a four-meter image of Saraswati – the goddess of wisdom and art – was hung. It became a surprise for many fans familiar with Hinduism.

Ilya Kurylenko invited Boris to visit the Centre. He also presented him a monastic iconographic image of Saraswati and exclusive collection edition of Vedic sacred text «Yoga Vasistha».


Meeting with the President and the Vice-President of Nepal

with Mr. Ram Baran Yadav, Mr. Paramananda Jha
Mr. President has been for many years actively engaged in yoga

Vedic culture

Vedic culture

Vedic culture is based on the Universe laws of evolution described in the scriptures of Hinduism "Vedas". They guide a human life, leading to harmony, happiness and creative prosperity.