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Sadhana Sangama International is dedicated to and derives its inspiration from the great Himalayan Yogi of our times, H.H.Swami Rama of the Himalayas. He was born and raised in Northern India by a Himalayan sage, Bengali Baba. Swami Rama lived an extraordinary life for many decades in the caves of the Himalayas and the plains of central India committing himself to intense spiritual practices, getting trained in numerous yogic traditions by various sages, and preparing himself for a mission to deliver the message of the Himalayan sages. He held the prestigious post of Shankaracharya of Karvirpitham for few years and renounced the same to pursue his intense sadhana. 

Swami Rama traveled to the west as a representative of the Himalayan tradition with a mission to bridge the modern western science and the eastern yogic wisdom. He submitted himself to researchers to do experimental verification of yogic wisdom.

Swami Rama founded the Himalayan Institute of Yoga Science and Philosophy in India and USA, Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust in India and guided numerous other institutions. He studied in Europe, visited and lectured in more than fifty-six countries, touching the lives of thousands of people leaving schools, hospitals, and spiritual organizations to serve others. Scholar, social reformer, author, artist, scientific explorer of human potential, tantric master, humanist, poet, gardener, musician, philosopher, philanthropist, he is a rare yogi beyond time and space. Swami Rama entered Mahasamadhi in 1996.


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"That which liberates you is true knowledge", declare the Upanishads.

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