DEVOTIONAL ARTS

BEYOND PLEASURE FIND JOY

‘To those who are constantly engaged with Me, and who worship Me with intense Love, I give them the realisation by which they can come to Me.’

BHAGAVAD GITA

Sacred Arts

Sacred practices, like singing the Divine Name or painting Sri Yantra, are creative forms of worship.

Beyond the mind

The secret of those sacred arts is that they effectively helps us to move our awareness from mind to heart.

Creativity & Bhakti

Creative power of our mind can be also used to deepen our devotion and bring us closer to the Divine.

Inclusiveness

Anyone can sing the Divine Name or connect to God through painting – it’s not about talent, but about love.

Music in Bhakti Marga

Experience the sweetness of singing the Lord’s Name. Aaradhakananda, Head of Bhakti Marga Music, explains the profound value of this simple practice. He will also give a mini-workshop on how to use your voice as an instrument and lead you through two simple kirtans.

Art in Bhakti Marga

Dakshini, Head of Bhakti Marga Art, will introduce you into the ancient spiritual practice of creating devotional art. She will also lead you into a short meditation to help you begin to explore and manifest the beauty Divine Mother Herself by colouring an image of Her in the form of Maha-Lakshmi.

DIFFERENT WAYS

We Express Our Love

Devotional arts, as taught in Bhakti Marga, have a unique way to move our awareness from mind to heart, and thus bring us closer to God. Paramahamsa Vishwananda Himself loves to sing bhajan, as well as spends lots of His free time painting the pictures of Divine aspects and saints, thus encouraging us all to engage more in this beautiful and pleasant way to connect with the Divine.

Music (bhajan & kirtan)

The Bhagavad Gita, in just 700 verses, describes God and how to connect with Him through bhakti.

It’s profound and must be explained by one who knows God. Paramahamsa Vishwananda has given the most simple and elegant commentary.

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Sri Yantra

A yantra is sacred geometry which is an instrument for spiritual advancement. Sri Yantra is the oldest yantra known and is the form of Devī or Shakti Herself.

Sri Yantra is considered to be one of the most powerful and effective
yantras as it is believed that it contains the strength of all the gods. It helps to increase concentration, because it sharpens and purifies the intellect.

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Theatre

Paramahamsa Vishwananda is often encouraging His devotees to participate in theatre plays, usually depicting the Divine leelas from Srimad Bhagavatam or the lives of saints. Enacting those leelas through live plays is one of the most powerful ways to connect with those divine characters, and often becomes a transformative journey in itself.

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DEVOTIONAL ARTS CALENDAR

Upcoming Events

01feb6:30 pm8:30 pmPrayers & Kirtan

02mar8:00 am10:00 amBM School of MusicSri Ranganath Mandir, Nalletamby Lane, Stanley, Rose-Hill

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