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Ganapati Dhārana

11-16 March 2022

It's a PAID program 

Venue: Sanatan Siddhashram 

(Birbhum, West Bengal)


Ganapati Dhārana is a 6 day program that enables participants to learn about some basic methods of worship and sadhana of Ganapati.


This step is a pivotal foundation for all sadhana, especially in the path of Mantra Upasana.


This program is designed and facilitated by seasoned Sadhaks to ensure an immersive learning experience.

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Mahaganapati is one the most fundamental devata-s of Hindu culture who holds a key position across diverse sub-traditions and sampradaya-s.


He is considered as the Lord of all auspicious beginnings, and his grace is immensely beneficial to every upasaka whatever be his path.

His help is a stepping stone to attain greater wisdom and spiritual strength. A mighty power who erases all stumbling blocks and circumvents all difficulties.

That is why  traditionally all Hindu worship can commence only after an invocation of Mahaganapati.

Details of Sadhaks facilitating Sadhana: 

This program is designed and facilitated by seasoned Sadhaks to ensure an immersive learning experience. 

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Sri Rajarshi Nandy

is an sadhaka whose path is associated with tantric upasana of The Divine Mother. He is also a author and columnist on several topics related to Indian religious and spiritual thought.

He has helped co-author a paper exploring the links between Tantra and Modern Neuroscience which was published in Neurology India.

He manages a popular Facebook page on Hindu spirituality named Adhyatmikta.

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Sri Ramachandra Roddam

is an Sadhaka of the Divine Mother. He is an invited faculty who teaches on Indian Spirituality, Yoga and Sadhana.

He is the author of the book Devi Bhakti Tarangini, which is a devotional offering of English poems to the Supreme Goddess.

Currently he is rendering Seva at Sanatan Siddhashram, a traditional Gurukul for the ancient Baul tradition located in Birbhum district, West Bengal.


Registration process will have two questions, which are essential to be answered.

There will be short listing process to ensure that program meets its objective. 

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