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मधर्स डे- दुसरो को नीचा दिखाने से आप महान नहीं बन सकते।

A post circulating in Bharat about Mother’s Day and my response.  – Gaurang Vaishnav

विदेशो में एक महिला 2 या तीन शादी करती है और पुरुष भी। इसलिए उनकी संताने 14 पंद्रह साल के होने के बाद अलग रहने लगते हैऔर उनके जैविकमाता पिता अपनी अपनी अलग अलग जिंदगी जीते है।इसलिए बच्चे साल में एक बार अपने माता या पिता से मिलने जाते है क्यों कि
उनके माता पिता तो साथ रहते * *नहीं है इसलिए माता को मिलने का अलग दिन निर्धरित किया है *और उसी तरह पिता से मिलने का अलग दिन।
जो मदर्स डे और फादर्स डे के नाम से जाने जाते है।
भारत में हम बच्चे अपने माता और पिता के साथ ही रहते है और वो दोनों भी पूरी जिंदगी अपने बच्चों के साथ रहते है।
इसलिये यहाँ हर दिन माता पिता का है।

उन्हें साल के एक दिन की जरुरत नहीं है।
माँ को याद करने के लिए किसी “मदर डे” की जरुरत नहीं , हिन्दू धर्म में तो माँ के कदमो में ही स्वर्ग बताया गया है।
यह मदर डे के चोचले तो उनके लिए है जो साल में एक बार अपनी माँ को याद करने का बहाना।

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Response:

दुसरो को नीचा दिखाने से आप महान नहीं बन सकते।
यह बात इतनी सरल नहीं है जैसे की इस पोस्ट में बताया गया है| पश्चिम में हर व्यक्ति एक से ज्यादा बार विवाह नहीं करता| संतान भी उच्च महाविद्यालय का शिक्षण संपूर्ण होने पर ही अपना घर बनाते है; जो संतान उच्च महाविद्यालय नहीं जाते, वो आजीविका का प्रबंध होने के बाद ही विभक्त होते हैं| यह एक सम्पूर्णत: मुर्ख निवेदन है की Mother’s Day और Father’s Day पर ही संतान अपने माता या पिता को मिलने जाते है| औसत: विवाह होने के पश्चात भी संतान और उनका कुंटुंब माँ-बाप को मिलने के लिए समय समय पर आते ही रहते हैं| कई घरो में संतान विभक्त होने के बाद भी उनका शयन कक्ष उनके लिए ही आरक्षित रखा जाता है और जब भी वो घर आते है तब उनका निवास वही होता है| मैं ऐसे परिवारों को जानता हूँ जहां वृद्ध या अपंग माता/पिता की सेवा के लिये पुत्री अविवाहित रही हो|
 
यह बात नहीं कि यहाँ के समाज में कौटुंबिक समस्या नहीं हैं| यहाँ की समस्याऐं भारत की तुलना में अधिक गंभीर है पर हमारे समाज का समाधान हम उन पर थोप नहीं सकते क्योंकि दोनों समाज की अवधारणा में मुलत: भिन्नता है| पश्चिम का समाज अधिकाधिक व्यक्ति-स्वातंत्र्य को महत्व देता है और पूर्व की संस्कृति संयुक्त कुंटुंब को प्राधान्य देता है जिस में व्यक्ति-स्वातंत्र्य को गौण माना गया है|
 
अमेरिका में ४६ वर्ष के निवास के पश्चात मैं इतना शीखा हुं कि कोई भी समाज व्यवस्था से परे रह कर या उसे जिये बिना उसके लिये सामान्यीकरण (generalization) करना नितांत बालोचित (childish) है| 
 
मुझे बड़ा दुःख होता है जब मैं यह देखता हूँ कि बहुधा हमारा समाज अन्य देश, अन्य धर्म या अन्य समाज व्यवस्था को किसी माहिती या अभ्यास और चितन के बिना ही नीचा दिखाने मैं विकृत आनंद लेता है और ऐसा करने से ही भारत की सर्वश्रेष्ठता प्रतिपादित हो जाती है ऐसे भ्रम में राचते है|  
 
यह सच बात है की भारत को पश्चिम के रीत रिवाज और उत्सव-दिनो को अंधतापूर्वक अनुकरण करने की कोई आवश्यकता नहीं है पर यह भी कटु सत्य है कि  social media में भारत के और हिन्दू संस्कृति के अथाग गुणगान होने के  पश्चात भी लाखो माँ-बाप या तो वृद्धाश्रम में है या उनके संतान उनके क्षेमकुशल की चिंता नहीं करते|  
 
वैश्विकरण की विपरीत असर तो हो के ही रहेगी| यह हमारा दुर्भाग्य है की हम अभी भी पश्चिम से अनुशाशन, समय का सन्मान, वाहन चलाने में आत्मसंयम, ग्राहक के प्रति संवेदना, स्वछता, अन्य की असुविधा का विचार, मातृभाषा का गौरव और दैनिक व्यवहार में उपयोग,एक राष्ट्र भावना, लोकशाही का संवर्धन आदि अच्छे गुण हमारे वैयक्तिक और सामाजिक जीवन में आत्मसात करना नहीं चाहते हैं पर कॉलेज डे, चोकोलेट डे, रोज़ डे, वेलेंटाइन डे, मर्स डे, फाधर्स  डे, सांता क्लॉस, क्रिस्टमस और आंग्ल नव वर्ष का उत्सव, विवाह के पहले ही कौमार्यभंग, समलैंगिकता, नशीले पदार्थों का सेवन, इत्यादि को बिना सोचे समझे अपना रहे हैं और इस में गौरव भी लेते है|  अस्तु! 
 
गौरांग वैष्णव 

अनहोनी को होनी कर दे होनी को अनहोनी- from March 18, 2005 to June 8, 2016

अनहोनी को होनी कर दे होनी को अनहोनी.
 
March 18, 2005
U.S. Embassy Pulls India Official’s Visa
U.S. Embassy Revokes Visa of Top India State Official for Allegedly Violating Religious Freedom
 
The Associated Press
 
NEW DELHI Mar 18, 2005 — The U.S. Embassy on Friday denied a visa to the Hindu nationalist chief minister of India’s western Gujarat state over his role in 2002 religious riots. India slammed the decision, saying it showed a “lack of courtesy and sensitivity.”
 
Chief Minister Narendra Modi, a leader of India’s main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party, was denied a diplomatic visa to travel to the United States and his existing tourist/business visa was revoked, a U.S. embassy spokesman said.
 
March 18, 2005 10:00 PM
 
Representatives of 70 organizations meet under the leadership of Shri Sunil Nayak, President of IANA at his Ramada Inn for an emergency meeting to decide the fate of a previously well planned and publicized event of Modiji’s reception and talk at New York’s famous Madison Square Garden on March 20. I represented Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America.
 
It is decided unanimously to continue with the program and work out in haste a live video link with Gandhinagar for Modiji to address the audience in New York.
 
We all go home after 1:00 AM not to rest or sleep but to start an email campaign to let the community know that the program was “on” and to circulate a petition and letter campaign to the US President against denying a visa to a democratically elected leader of a state in Bharat.
 
March 19, 2005
 
Intense work by all volunteers across the country on 19th and 20th.
 
March 20, 2005 7:00 PM
 
The program is scheduled on the evening of March 20, a working day. Madison Square Garden is booked. Cost? $100,000 for a four-hour slot. A technical team has been working day and night with Gandhinagar counterparts to arrange a seamless and glitch free, live, interactive video feed.
 
In the evening, heavy rains drench New York and surrounding areas. Working day, maddening rush hour traffic and the rains do not deter NRIs who are all up in arms against US State department’s unfair decision partly taken under pressure from the anti-Hindu, anti-Modi secular (!) brigade and fundamentalist Christian lobby that was at the receiving end when Modi government clamped down on fraudulent Christian conversions.
 
People come by busloads from the neighboring states of New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania. In no time the 4000 capacity auditorium is houseful.
 
A royal chair is at the center of the stage. It is not occupied. It symbolizes absence of Shri Narendra Modi. After some preliminaries, the giant screen comes alive and Modiji’s face appears on it. The crowd erupts in a frenzy with sustained applause for minutes.
 
Modiji is a study in equanimity. He is opposite of the crowd that is agitated and restless. He addresses the crowd with poise and dignity. Then Question-answer starts. I remember two of them vividly. (1) What is your reaction to the visa cancellation? (2) What do you see in the future?
 
Answer (1): I believe only in action, not in reaction.
Answer (2): I envision a day when Bharat would progress to a level where instead of us standing in line for an American visa, Americans will stand in line for a visa to Bharat.
 
Having known Narendrabhai from the early eighties as a Sangh Pracharak, and believing that he was guided by a divine power, I had argued then with disheartened colleagues and friends that one day, Narendrabhai would be the Prime Minister of Bharat.
 
Fast forward nine years to May 16, 2014
Narendrabhai leads BJP to an absolute majority in the national election, decimating the Congress.
 
May 26, 2014, 6:10 PM
 
Narendra Damodardas Modi takes oath as the Prime Minster of Bharat.
 
September 28, 2014 10:00 AM
 
Same Madison Square Garden where an audience of 4000 people looked at that empty chair reserved for Modiji on March 20, 2005, is filled to the brim with 19,000 NRIs. Hundreds of NRIs are looking at a giant live screen in the Times Square and still more than 10,000 are left without a ticket. Event? Prime Minister Narendra Modi is to address the Diaspora that had stood by him through thick and thin.
 
Fast forward—->
 
June 8, 2016, 11:00 AM
 
Location: US Capitol, Washington, DC
 
Audience: Joe Biden, Vice President, Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House; Mich McConnell, Majority Senate Leader; Nancy Pelosi, Minority House Leader and all Senators and Congressmen. It is the joint session of the U.S. Congress.
 
Speaker? Narendra Damodardas Modi, the Prime Minster of Bharat.
 
He speaks for almost one hour, in English. No written notes, no teleprompter. No Uh, Humm or any verbal clutches. No disjointed thoughts. He touches upon the history of the USA, shared values of the USA and Bharat, Influence of American constitution on B.R. Ambedkar, influence of Gandhiji on Martin Luther King, Jr., contribution of NRIs to the USA, Yoga’s popularity in the USA, climate change and carbon footprint, rural and agro-economy of Bharat, defense cooperation, terrorism from across the border, etc.
 
He spoke from a position of strength- He said, “cooperation and not domination”, a hint to the USA that Bharat will work with it on equal footing, not as a subservient junior partner. He ended with a quote from the famous poet Walt Whitman (1819-1892):
 
‘The constraints of past are behind us and foundations of future are firmly in place…The Orchestra have sufficiently tuned their instruments; the baton has given the signal. And there is a new symphony in play.’
 
He improvised it by adding: ‘Our relationship is primed for a momentous future. The constraints of the past are behind us.’
 
By my count, Modiji got 58 applauses and eight standing ovations in his one-hour speech.
 
Nanredrabhai, we are proud of you- from 2005 to 2016, what a journey it has been! I wish you Godspeed in making all your dreams a reality. You are not alone. I and millions are with you. Jay Hind!NaMo Swearing In photo_IMG_7358

Game Plan- Create Dissention in each Group that Voted for Modi

From WahtsApp by Pankaj Ojha

मई 2014
मोदीजी pm बन गए
रिपोर्ट आई की
इस बार मोदी को
एक तरफ़ा वोट मिला
1) नोजवानों से ,
खासकर कॉलेज छात्रों से
2) कमजोर तबकों से,
खासकर दलितों से
3) हिन्दू समाज से,
खासकर मध्यम वर्ग से
4) गुजराती लोगों से,
खासकर पटेलों से
5) मुस्लिम समाज से,
खासकर गरीब मुस्लिम से
6) महिलाओं से,
खासकर धर्मप्रेमी महिलाओं से
7) व्यापारी वर्ग से,
ख़ासकर छोटे मझोले वर्ग से
8) देश के थिंकटैंक से,
खासकर बुद्धिजीवी वर्ग से
ऐसे कई कई वर्गों ने अपनी
पुश्तैनी राजनीतिक निष्ठां
को दरकिनार कर मोदी को
वोट दिया। कश्मीर से
कन्याकुमारी तक यही देखने में
आया।
हर राजनीतिक दल इसे महसूस कर
पाया,
पुरे भारतवर्ष में।
इसका तोड़ निकाला गया।
नतीजा आज आपके सामने है।
हर उस वर्ग को सबसे पहले
चिन्हित किया गया जिसने
मोदी को एक तरफ़ा वोट
दिया। फिर उस वर्ग की
“दुखती नस” मार्क की गई और
खेल शुरू हुआ।
बेहद सटीक और बारीकी से
चुन चुन कर इन वर्गों को टारगेट
करना शुरू हुआ।
किरदार लिखे गए और
हर वर्ग को एक टार्गेटेड
किरदार दिया गया।
उसकी टाईमिंग तय की गई।
और अपने हाथ में रिमोट रखा
प्रमुख विपक्षी दल ने ।
भांड मीडिया इसमें अहम रोल
अदा करने वाला था।
मकसद इन सबका एक था-
हर वर्ग को तोडना,
हर वर्ग को जहर से भरना,
हर वर्ग को छिन्न भिन्न करकें
रखना ,
ताकि फिर वो भविष्य में,
कभी एक होकर,
मोदी को वोट ना दे
अब आप खुद इस बड़े से खेल को
समझिये,
इनकी परफेक्ट टाइमिंग को
समझिये,
इनके वेल प्लेसड किरदारों को
देखिये,
बेहद खूबसूरत स्क्रिप्ट को
पढ़िए। हर बयान की एक परफेक्ट
टाइमिंग
स्पष्ट रखी दिखेगी।
1) नोजवानों के लिए
JNU वाला उमर खालिद
किरदार
2) दलित वर्ग के लिए
रोहित वेमुला वाला किरदार
3) हिन्दू वर्ग के लिए
फ़िल्मी खान वाला किरदार
4) गुजरती पटेलों के लिए
हार्दिक पटेल वाला किरदार
5) मुस्लिमो के लिए
अख़लाक़ वाला किरदार
6) महिलाओं के लिए
शनि शिंगापुनकर वाली
किरदार
7) व्यापारी वर्ग के लिए
GST वाला किरदार
8) बुद्धिजीवी वर्ग के लिए
असहिष्णडू वाला किरदार
मजे और आश्चर्य की बात यह की
इसमें नया कुछ भी नही है। वर्षो
से समाज में चली आ रही
बुराइयों को ही आधार बनाया
गया है।
सिर्फ मोहरे बदल कर
नए वो किरदार लाये गए हैं
जो जवान है
जोश से भरपूर हैं।
ये तो बानगी है उन किरदारों
की अब तक सामने आ गए हैं।
भविष्य में और भी सामने आएंगे ,
अपनी परफेक्ट
स्क्रिप्ट और टाइमिंग के साथ।
आपको ,
हमको ,
हिंदुस्तान,
को तोड़ने की साजिश के साथ।
सजग रहिएगा
होश से काम लीजिएगा
अपने विवेक को
मरने न दीजियेगा
अपनी एकता बनाये रखना
किसी भी उकसावे में न फँसना
हम “अनेक” थे
हम “अनेक” हैं
हम “अनेक” ही रहेंगे
अपनी इसी
“अनेकता में एकता”
में हमारी ताकत और
सुनहरा भविष्य निहित है
हमारी सोच और कल्पना से भी
आगे/बड़े ,
इस गेमप्लान की हवा को,
सिर्फ हमारी
शालीन ,गरिमापूर्ण,
मजबूत एकता से ही निकला जा
सकता है।
धीरज संयम रखकर,
मोदीजी को आपका और आपके
बच्चों का
सुनहरा भविष्य बनाने का
मौका दीजिये
क्योंकि वे अब तक की हर
अग्निपरीक्षा में सफल हुए हैं

My comments: BEWARE of the Wolves. Stay United. 2019 battle has already started. Take this message to every home and also to BJP leaders in your area.

Why are women not allowed in Shani Temple?Sadguru Jaggi Vasudev

Received from Pradeep Lakhe on a Facebook Comment on Shefali Vaidya’s post

Just cut n pasting message from Sadguru…. You may agree to disagree……..
Questioner: Sadhguru, why are women not being allowed into certain temples? For example, now with the Shani temple. Why this discrimination?

Sadhguru: At Linga Bhairavi, men are not allowed to enter the sanctum sanctorum, but they never protest. They are married and domesticated – they have been trained not to protest against anything (laughter).

It needs to be understood that these temples are not places of prayer – they are different types of energies. Since we are aware that the planets in the solar system have an impact upon our physiology, our psychological structure, and the context of our lives, we have created temples for the different planets.

Based on the time and date of your birth, and the latitude and longitude of your place of birth, Indian astrologers make complex calculations to see which planets have the greatest influence on your life. These things are relevant to you to some extent. However, if you have access to inner technology, it will level out these planetary impacts.

Shani or Saturn, which is a faraway planet, takes 30 years to complete one revolution around the sun. Considering the revolutions of Saturn and those of the Earth, and your birth details, they can calculate what impact Saturn has on you at different times of your life.

Shani is one of the sons of Surya, the sun – the other one being Yama. Shani is the lord of dominance, distress, depression, disease, and disaster. Yama is the lord of death – the “D” company. These two are brothers-in-arms, always working in tandem. Their mother, Surya’s wife, is Chaya. Chaya means “shadow.” This is science expressed in a dialectical way. The sun is the source of light for us. His wife is Chaya – shadow. Only because there is sunlight, there is shadow.

The seventh day, Saturday, is the day of Saturn. Seven being Saat, it isSaaturday or Saturday. Saturn is the seventh planet or graha in the Indian astrological system. The word “graha” means “to grasp” or “to impact.” Saturn as per modern astronomy is the sixth planet. But the Indian astrology looked at celestial objects which have a strong impact on life upon this planet. In that context, Sun and Moon are also counted as grahas, not to be understood as planets, making Saturn the seventh graha.

In the order of grahas that have a strong influence upon this planet – Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn – though Shani is the seventh, he is a very dominant force, as health and happiness give you freedom of life, but disease and depression will seriously dominate your life. The question is are you allowing external forces, such as the celestial objects, to influence or impact you, or is your inner nature the only influence upon you. Hence, in this tradition, profound astrologers refused to make predictions for those who are on the spiritual path or under the influence of a spiritual Guru.

Because his is a 30-year cycle, once in 30 years, you become more susceptible to the influence of Saturn. This phase, known as Saade Saati, or in Tamil,Yelarai Shani, lasts for seven and a half years. You may become more susceptible to disease, depression, disasters, and death, and more vulnerable to external influences. In order to bridge the pits that may occur during a Saade Saati, various processes and rituals are associated with Shani temples.

There are temples for Shani Deva, where Saturn is personified as a god. Currently, there is this controversy about allowing women to enter a certain temple in Maharashtra, the Shani Shingnapur temple. Very powerful processes are conducted at this temple. Shani temples are mainly used for occult purposes and exorcism. People come there mainly to ward off occult influences or because they feel they are possessed. Because occult processes are conducted there, the energies are not conducive for women. As a woman is entrusted with the significant responsibility of manufacturing the next generation, her body is far more receptive and vulnerable to certain types of energies – especially during pregnancy and menstrual cycles.

Should women not enter the sanctum at all? They could if they were appropriately trained for it, but it would be much more difficult to train women than men for this purpose, simply because of a few biological advantages men have in this area of life. In the very nature of female biology, occult forces can have a deeper impact upon her system.

To remove occult influences and perform exorcisms, certain energies are used that are not nice for a woman at all. Shani is not nice. But he is a part of our lives – we have to deal with him too. Because of these occult forces, women are asked not to enter the area where such things are done. It would not be good for their physical wellbeing.

When certain things go wrong with life, you have to deal with them in a certain way, which may not be pleasant. These temples were created for this purpose. Today, some people perceive it as discrimination that women should not enter this space. It is not discrimination but discretion.

Maybe the way it is enforced is crude and seems discriminatory, and that is why these women are protesting. If one day, men protest in front of Linga Bhairavi and want to enter the sanctum, I will lock it. I will not let them into sanctum because it is not designed for men unless they are appropriately trained for it. This is not discrimination – it is necessary discretion. The space of Dhyanalinga, for one-half of the lunar cycle, is managed by men; for the other half, it is managed by women – as that is the nature of an inclusive consecration, which Dhyanalinga is.

At certain temples, like the Velliangiri hill temple, women are prevented from going up the mountain, as the path goes through dense forest that was rich in wildlife in the past, and it was considered unsafe for women to take this journey. But today, these rules can be relaxed.

In view of the demand to allow women entry to the Shani temple, we need to educate people about the science behind these temples – what they are about and why they were built. In today’s democratic fervor, we want to establish equality, but in certain contexts, this would work to the disadvantage of women. Otherwise, we are one species and two genders. Except for a few areas such as this one, the only places where gender should matter are bathrooms and bedrooms.

Love & Grace,

Sadhguru

We, the First Generation Hindus owe this to the Second Generation

For my USA Friends:

Namaste. How many times have you said in a discussion that the older generation should give up control and let the younger generation take over? Whether it be a Mandir or a social organization, we always lament that the “old hands” do not give a chance to the younger generation.

Well! Here is a group of second generation Hindu Youths, Hindu Students Council (HSC) that has put tremendous efforts into organizing a Global Dharma Conference, inviting best minds to speak, and top notch artists to perform in a concert that is bound to leave one spellbound.

I have seen these young people working day and night, bent over their laptops, working late night and through the nights, munching on snacks to keep going, making deals and negotiating best prices, contacting organizations and individuals for support and participation. I have seen them putting signs in the middle of the night on Oak Tree Road and other places; I have seen them working out minute details of taking proper care of Swamijis. VIPs and artists, I have seen them grilling Expo Center staff to get all the information and commitment that they need; I have seen them choosing a balanced menu and working hard to get best prices from the food vendors and I have seen them worrying how all bills were going to be paid; I have seen their team spirit, spirit of Seva without worrying about name or fame and I have seen their Can Do attitude in face of indifference and apathy of our generation.

This is a challenge to us, first generation Hindus. If we really want the second generation to take over the mantle from us, we have to make sure that they succeed in this spectacular undertaking. We have to make sure that their financial needs are met. If they run in red, no second generation Hindu organization will dare to do a conference on this scale again. It will be our loss as a Hindu society.

So my earnest request as a first generation Hindu to you is, support Hindu Students Council and its Global Dharma Conference generously. Open your heart and chip in. If you could attend the conference (even a part of it), nothing like that. But even if you cannot, please donate for this worthy cause. Your children will be proud of you. Go to <http://www.dharmaconference.com/> and click on “Donate.”

What is this conference about?

There is a unique opportunity to listen to some of the best minds of India- Spiritual, Yogic, activist, media, political and educational, all under one roof and also enjoy a world class concert featuring top artists from India and Bali. Yes, I am talking about Global Dharma Conference being organized by USA campus based Hindu Students Council which is celebrating its 25th Anniversary. Please see the attached program schedule to get a feel for variety that this conference offers.

Global Dharma Conference
September 11-13 (Friday to Sunday), 2015
Raritan Expo Center
Edison, NJ

  • Think of this:
    Well known columnists and political analysts: Kanchan Gupta, Rajeev Srinivasan and Rupa Subramanya
  • Rajesh Jain who conceived the idea of 272+ to lead BJP to a spectacular victory in 2014 elections and who owns the NitiCentral portal
  • Atul Kothari, an educationist of repute
  • Rajiv Malhotra, Dr. David Frawley, Dr.Subhash Kak, Aditi Banerjee
  • H.R. Nagendra, a former NASA scientist and the personal Yoga teacher of Prime Minister Narendra Modi
  • Shri AShok Singhal, former International President of Vishwa Hindu Parishad and one of the tallest Hindu Leaders.
  • There are swamis galore- Swami Paripornanda, Swami Tatwamayanada and Swamini Svatmavidyananda (Arsha Vidya Gurukulam) , Swami Tadatmananda (Arsha Bodha Center), Swami Shantananda (Chinmaya Mission), Swami Guruvanand.
    Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Ji will address the gathering by a video link.
  • Concert will feature Flute virtuoso Rakesh Chaurasia (nephew of Hari Prasad Chaurasia), Ghatam player Giridhar Udapa and Balinese dance troupe Balam Dance Theatre. There would of course be Garba and Bhangra.

Do your Dharma of supporting our young generation’s efforts to preserve, nurture and propagate Hindu Dharma and Culture.

Please go to www.dharmaconference.com to get more details and register; time is running out.

Thank you.

The Global Dharma Conference (GDC) is an experiential event bringing together college students, young professionals and others from around the world for 3 days of thought provoking sessions, blissful yoga and meditation workshops,
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