HINDUPRIEST Accommodating Features
Brought to you with strict values
Born in the foothills of the Himalayas and grown up in a Gurukula (a spiritual school). I have lived and breathed the spiritual teaching of the Vedas from a very young age. Having firmly grounded me in the knowledge and application of Hindu teaching I came to the UK in 1997 and lived at Bhaktivedanta Manor where I learned how to express and connect these teachings with people who have grown up in the UK. Throughout my life, I have followed strict vows of no meat-eating, illicit sex, gambling, or intoxication, which are the legs of dharma (duty).
This has been learnt from birth
I have grown up in India and the teaching of the Vedas have been explained and recited to me countless times to the point where I hear these mantras in my sleep. Having dedicated all my life to spiritual pursuits and have the breadth and understanding I have the ability to guide someone through the key moments in life with some spiritual knowledge that is our true gift to our lives. That sense of being able to elevate our consciousness, to not be disturbed by happiness or distress and to detach ourselves from the situations that we are in. The teachings in Srimad Bhagavad Gita are profound in how they explain who we are, our relation to this world and God. This knowledge is there to save us all from the misery or repeat birth, death and old age.
Integrity Features at HINDUPRIEST!
To make you happy and self-satisfied
A priest needs to be broad minded, that is what the word muni means. There is no point in trying to discriminate as we are all spiritual souls who are part and parcels of the Supreme. I embrace all religions, faiths, mix marriages, nationalities, anything and anyone is welcome and made to feel welcomed and part of the ceremonies that are undertaken. We always work closely with whoever is organising the event and understand their requirements to give exactly what is required.
Simple and easy to understand
There is much tradition and richness in Hindu culture when presenting this to people it can be confusing, foreign and sometimes overly complicated. As a teacher of the Veda, my main task is to simplify these concepts and make them acceptable to all. There is a universal spirit that connects all of us and the essence of all teachings talks in a very similar language of love and devotion to God. When one understands the essence then we can present nicely what is required and what essential.