New Year's 40 Day Hanuman Chalisa Online Sadhana
Join us for a new round of Bhakti Yoga Shala’s Hanuman Chalisa 40 day Online Sadhana starting on Tues, January 9th! We’d love to have you join us for this New Years sadhana dedicated to Hanuman! Start your year in devotional spiritual practice with a beautiful group of people!
Join Govind Das and Rama Chandra Das as your tour guides through the rich devotional tapestry of the Chalisa. Every day during the Zoom satsang, Govind Das and Rama Chandra Das will sequentially introduce a new line for study and memorization, proper pronunciation, share stories about Hanuman-ji, and, of course, sing the Chalisa!
The Hanuman Chalisa is a devotional hymn/prayer written by the Bhakti saint Tulsidas 500 years ago. For the past 5 centuries, the Chalisa has been a central prayer in the Bhakti Yoga tradition praising and glorifying Lord Hanuman, the divine monkey and pure embodiment of love, service, devotion, humility, strength and protection.
This is a great opportunity to learn the Hanuman Chalisa in community and friendship, with structure and guidance. Jai Sita Ram! Jai Hanuman! Even if you already know the Chalisa, this will be a wonderful chance to deepen your relationship and connection with Hanuman and this inspiring practice!
Dates and time:
Daily from Jan 9- Feb 17 2023! Online Zoom sessions are 8am-8:30am PST for 40days.
Live and Recorded!
All sessions will be recorded and a link will be sent out after each session so you can download and watch on your own time if needed. There is no obligation to log in live. We have many participants from all over the world joining us from many time zones.
***Everyone who registers will receive the Zoom link via email from this address a few days before the start of the Sadhana.
It’s because of you, that this Satsang and Sadhana is so special. Even though we aren’t together in the same room, we are deeply connected in the heart.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions – email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Govind Das and Rama Chandra Das