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.

Visiting saint Amritanandamayi in Kerala


Sri Amritanandamayi Devi (Ammaji) is is a Hindu spiritual leader and guru, world-known saint, who is famous for her divine hugs. In her tour she hugs up to 10 000 people per day, thereby giving a blessing.

Humanitarian programs Ammaji support education, medicine and many other necessary social aspects of Indian society.

With Ammaji, Divya Loka is connected through the relationship with guru Swami Brahmananda Prabhakara, which, as described in his autobiography, Amma gave 16 -year-old Amritananda darshan of divine compassion and predicted a great future for her.

The Center of Vedic culture representatives gave as an offering to Amritanandamayi Devi the holy great image of the goddess Lakshmi, and other special gifts. Amma invited the group of guests to be seated next to her chair, thus giving an opportunity to stay with her and see her incredible mission - manifestation of infinite love for all without divisions.


Swami Vishvananda (Germany)

spiritual teacher in Hindu (Kriya Yoga) and Christianity tradition
founder of the International Order "Bhakti Marga"

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.