Achyutam Keshavam – Relaxation Mix | अच्युतम केशवम | Music for Meditation and Relaxation

Our #Meditation #Relaxation Mix of this beautiful devotional song 🙂

Adilabad Fort – Jahanpanah | Delhi | Quick vlog!

A quick vlog about Adilabad Fort of Delhi .. a part of the medieval capital of Jahanpanah! With Asif Khan Dehlvi 🙂

Humayun’s Tomb Complex – a Delhi Karavan Tour with students of NLU #CulturalExchange #WorldHeritage

Glimpses of a recent tour with global students of National Law University 🙂

Full Video of Humayun’s Tomb Complex tour is given below:

Jagajjyoti Buddha Vihara – Buddhist Temple in East of Kailash (Delhi, India) #TranquilDelhi

A quick vlog about the Jagajjyoti Buudha Vihara at East Of Kailash, New Delhi .. near the famous ISKCON Temple. In this episode we explore this tranquil temple and discuss about the ancient form of Buddhism followed by the Barua community of Chittagong!

ISKCON Temple Delhi | Glory Of India | Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathi Mandir | Delhi

Let’s explore the beautiful ISKCON Temple of Delhi together 🙂 #history #heritage #architecture and more! Here’s a quick vlog.

Sri Sri Radha Parthasarathi Mandir, generally known as the ISKCON Delhi temple, is a well known Vaishnav temple of Lord Krishna and Radharani in the form of Radha Parthasarathi.

Destination: ISKCON Temple Delhi-Glory Of India & Vedic Cultural Centre, New Delhi Address: Iskcon Temple Rd, Sant Nagar, East of Kailash, New Delhi, Delhi 110065

Meditation .. In the News :)

Among other talented artists Amar Ujala (a Hindi Daily) featured our meditation experiments today appreciating all efforts spreading art and positivity esp. during #COVID19 #Corona related #Lockdown 🌼🙏♥️✔️



My message .. in the times of a Pandemic!

Be HEALTHY. Be JOYFUL. CREATE. Stay Safe.. in that order! 🙂

Friends – I am sharing this by experience and also by guidance from my #Life mentors! Mother nature has presently chosen to bring a lot of our man-made systems to slow down. With schools, offices and entertainment spaces shut, we are “home” …and suddenly we have a lot of “time” and several other worries postponed for some time.

We are all taking precautions and maintaining hygiene ..but we are also realizing that many of us are feeling “bored” because we are not used to being home and having time! I just want to share something w.r.t this matter.. something that has helped me during past few decades that I have lived.
In addition to the precautions and hygiene that we are maintaining externally, I feel that we must build up our IMMUNITY from within. And since we are now spending time in “unfamiliar” situations (ironic though, that ‘home’ feels unfamiliar!), this also causes change in emotions and behavior patterns. Hence, EMOTIONAL IMMUNITY must also be built.

Am sharing certain practices that have helped me, and some more folks around me, to build both physical and emotional WELL BEING below:

Note: involve children in all of these.. and the benefits grow multi fold 🙂

1) BREATHING EXERCISES and simple BENDING and STRETCHING – simple practices like the popular anulom-vilom (breathing fully from alternate nostrils .. Google/Youtube it) and on-the-spot jogging or dancing and stretches help big time in both physical and emotional well being. For those who get better convinced with a regional/religious context, think of it as doing your yoga, dhyaan, pranaayama, sajdaa, sufi practices, soorya-namaskaar etc. mindfully and joyfully, and you’ll reap the same benefits!. BE GENTLE but REGULAR with these.

2) HAVING FUN and CREATING – create a piece of art, create a new dish, a fruit salad, sing songs, dance, paint, create an experience a new game, try out all the gadgets that you bought and seldome used..take out your camera, try editing a video, play with these Karaoke apps, put TikTok to good use, talk to people around you about their idea of having fun, listen to music, enjoy watching unplugged performances – e.g. singing and dancing auditions on Youtube, set your wardrobe, try DIY stuff, start a blog, do poetry, mimic a celeb .. HAVE FUN .. CREATE! It brings an instant “FEEL GOOD” and that in turn boosts up the immunity .. and you end up being more Creative and might realize a new Talent as well.

3) REDUCING intake of “Exaggerated” multimedia content – these mostly include experiences like TV NEWS, most Reality Shows, Crime shows, Political and Religious Rallies of any faith, Videos/Web-series based on soft porn, etc. Remember – REAL is always better and mother nature automatically balances it all and keeps a check – be it involving in real politics and affairs of the state, playing real games, participating in mutually joyful sexual experiences, involving in religious practices and rituals of faith along as these are REAL, it helps. But, simply watching these happen on TV/Social Media is addictive, never ending and doesn’t yield us any real fun!

I don’t have proper scientific explanations for these and I am just sharing these by sheer experience. I do like having logical explanations myself, but then a real mindful “experience” takes a precedence over any kind of ‘explanation’ for me personally. And I LOVE you.. so felt like sharing, as also guided by my spiritual mentors 🙂
Be HEALTHY. Be JOYFUL. Be SAFE.. in that order! 🙂
– Aditya Pathak

It is only a question of how to use everything, whatever it is, use it rightly. The disaster is great, the danger is great, but great is the opportunity too. – Osho


Jagatgram Ashvamedha Yagya ancient site and Old Bridge on Yamuna

In this final episode from our Nov 2019 Dehradun Exploration trip we bring to you the ancient site of Ashvamedha Yagya (Horse Sacrifice) of 3rd-4th Century AD … located in Jagatgram, an ancient village in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India. We also stop by the bank of Yamuna to explore an old bridge and to reflect upon this awesome tour 🙂 Thanks for watching! Stay tuned to the channel for more such experiences! Cheers and blessings for all 🙂

Asokan Edict of Kalsi and the amazing story of “Discovery of Asoka the Great”

In this episode – Ashokan Rock Edict of Kalsi, Stories of Asoka, the ‘Discovery’ of Asoka by James Prinsep and George Turnour .. and more 🙂