9-13 JANUARY 2024



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In-Person Darshan

11 Jan 2024, 16:00
Swami Vivekananda International
Convention Centre (SVICC)

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Darshan means to see and be seen by the Divine. Receiving Darshan from a fully-Realised Master who lives in constant union with the Divine is a rare and special event, and Darshan with Paramahamsa Vishwananda is a personal experience that no one should miss.

What is darshan?

Darshan means ‘divine sight’: the experience of seeing, and being seen by, the Divine. Receiving darshan from a fully-Realised Master who lives in constant union with the Divine is a rare and very special treasure not to be missed.

What is the purpose of Darshan?

Paramahamsa Vishwananda often says that He is cleaning off the dust and dirt from the mirror of your soul so that you can reflect the light of God more and more.

What do I get from Darshan?

Each person receives something different, perfectly designed for them. For some, it’s a blessing. For some, it’s a transformation. For some, it’s a healing. But, above all, it is a sharing of Love.

What does it feel like?

Each darshan is a new experience. Every person’s experience will be unique to them in that moment. Whether you feel something profound, or nothing at all, something deep inside of you is being touched, whether you realise it or not.

What should I wear?

Darshan is a festive occasion; colourful, modest dress is recommended. Remember you are coming to meet the Divine, so please dress nicely. Traditional Indian dress is welcomed, but not required. Women tend to wear long skirts and modest necklines, and men wear nice trousers and shirts. Shorts, tight pants and low-cut shirts are not appropriate.

Who can attend Darshan?

Darshans are open to everyone. There are no restrictions. All are invited regardless of faith or tradition. There is no charge to receive the blessing, however, donations are always welcomed.


Bhumi Puja



Bhumi Puja

12 Jan 2024, 11:00
Ashram Land
La Laura, Moka

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Participate in a historic event of Paramahamsa Vishwananda performing Bhumi Puja for our future Bhakti Marga ashram in Mauritius. This traditional ritual of laying a foundation stone before the building process commences will be remembered in the years to come.



Parking on the ashram land is very limited and reserved for VIP guests. Please note that the closest distance from the ashram land where you can park is around 900m.

Food and drinks

Prasad will be provided for all guests at the end of the event. However, keep in mind that event might take a long time, so bring your own drinks to stay hydrated.


As event will take place in a very weather-changeable season, please be ready for both sunny and hot weather, as well as rainy weather.


Upcoming Events

01jun8:00 am10:00 pmBM School of MusicSri Ranganath Mandir, Nalletamby Lane, Stanley, Rose-Hill

01jul6:00 pm8:00 pmPrayers & OM ChantingSri Ranganath Mandir, Nalletamby Lane, Stanley, Rose-Hill

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