Arlene and I have recently returned to the Brahmasthan of India. It is such a delight to again be amongst the 1,400 Maharishi Vedic Pandits now comfortably living here.
The days are quiet, pleasantly warm, and enjoyable for walking, as I was doing yesterday, around noon, and looking at some of the new groves of fruit tree plantings. Then, from all sides streams of Pandits, all in their white kurtas and dhotis, emerged from their various mandaps after the morning Yagyas on their way to lunch. It was a stirring sight.
|Fruit trees in front of the main assembly hall.|
In the afternoons we have begun to have a group of Pandits come to the Raja campus for the auspicious recitation of that day. The last days since this has started have been especially sweet. The details of this were planned in exactly the same way as we are going to do at the nearby international course campus.
|Maharishi Vedic Pandits after morning Yagyas.|
I am so much looking forward to welcoming those who can come here to the Brahmasthan sometime next year when the facility is ready. This week I am meeting with the builders to review the progress at the international campus.
Arlene and I wanted to send our very best wishes to you at this festival season. May the blessings of Dipavali flow to you, your loved ones and the whole world. May it bring you overflowing true wealth of all kinds – of comfort and ease, of peace and bliss, of total knowledge and of perfect health. And may the blessings of Nature flow to secure perpetual support for the large groups of Maharishi Vedic Pandits at the Brahmasthan of India so that the world can enjoy that level of fulfillment always.
With very best wishes
Jai Guru Dev
Raja Harris and Arlene Kaplan
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