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SIVARAMA SWAMI
“The inner journey is the real journey of life”

His Holiness Sivarama Swami is a senior monk and spiritual teacher of the devotional path (Bhaktiyoga), a 5000 year old spiritual tradition emerging from ancient India. He is the author of over 15 books which elucidate the teachings of Bhakti further and is the inspirer behind the world-renowned Krishna Valley community in Hungary; a self-sustained eco-village founded on the principles of ‘simple living & high thinking’.

Born Peter Letai, to an upper-class Jewish family in Budapest in 1949, his family emigrated to Canada during the failed Hungarian revolution. Despite attaining an Engineering degree with colourful prospects of a successful career, providence changed when he came in touch with the five thousand year old text, Bhagavad-Gita As it is, an ancient manual enlisting practical answers to the universal questions of life.

In 1973, Sivarama Swami found and accepted his guru A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. Committing himself to the basic practises of the Bhagavad-Gita, Sivarama Swami renounced his material ambitions with a dedicated venture for conscious living. He moved into the society’s temple in Montreal, shaved his head, adorned robes of a monk …

About

SIVARAMA SWAMI
“The inner journey is the real journey of life”

His Holiness Sivarama Swami is a senior monk and spiritual teacher of the devotional path (Bhaktiyoga), a 5000 year old spiritual tradition emerging from ancient India. He is the author of over 15 books which elucidate the teachings of Bhakti further and is the inspirer behind the world-renowned Krishna Valley community in Hungary; a self-sustained eco-village founded on the principles of ‘simple living & high thinking’.

Born Peter Letai, to an upper-class Jewish family in Budapest in 1949, his family emigrated to Canada during the failed Hungarian revolution. Despite attaining an Engineering degree with colourful prospects of a successful career, providence changed when he came in touch with the five thousand year old text, Bhagavad-Gita As it is, an ancient manual enlisting practical answers to the universal questions of life.

In 1973, Sivarama Swami found and accepted his guru A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, the founder of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness. Committing himself to the basic practises of the Bhagavad-Gita, Sivarama Swami renounced his former material ambitions with a dedicated venture for conscious living. He moved into the society’s temple in Montreal, shaved his head, adorned the robes of monk and committed to the sacred relationship of initiation (diksha), the eternal bond between student and teacher.

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TRAVEL ITINERARY / UPCOMING EVENTS

2018/2019

October:
2nd October – Event, Budapest
3rd October – Diwali Dinner, Budapest
4th October – Bhakti Retreat, Turkey
10th October – GBC Meetings, Kanpur (India)
25th October – Event, Delhi

November:
2nd November – Tirupati (India)
6th November – Mayapura (India)

December:
2nd December – Hungary

January 2019:
4th January – London
27th January – Hungary

February 2019:
7th February – Delhi (India)

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