4 Days Discourse in Vashi on Gayatri Mantra – The Science of Sound 
Vashi: After the spell binding discourse on ‘Tulsi Ramayan Gyan Yagna’, popularly known as ‘Sri Rama Katha’ by Swami Tejomayanandaji from January 2 to 7 in 2018, the Chinmaya Mission, Navi Mumbai is hosting the 4 – days Gayatri Mantra Yagna, a discourse in Hindi by the global head of the Chinmaya Mission,

4 Days Discourse in Vashi on Gayatri Mantra – The Science of Sound 
Vashi: After the spell binding discourse on ‘Tulsi Ramayan Gyan Yagna’, popularly known as ‘Sri Rama Katha’ by Swami Tejomayanandaji from January 2 to 7 in 2018, the Chinmaya Mission, Navi Mumbai is hosting the 4 – days Gayatri Mantra Yagna, a discourse in Hindi by the global head of the Chinmaya Mission, Swami Swaroopanandaji from February 2 to 5 at the CIDCO auditorium, in front of Vashi railway station, opposite Joyallukas from 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
Renowned artistes will present live instrumental bhajans from 6 to 6.30 p.m. on all the 4 days.
This was announced to the media by the very popular classical maestro and playback singer Shankar Mahadevan on behalf of Chinmaya Mission, Mumbai region at the press conference in the Merchants Gymkhana, here on January 30.
 Stating that he began singing bhajans from the age of 4 at the Chinmaya Bal Vihar, he appealed to the residents in the region to avail this spiritual opportunity to realize the beauty of the Indian culture and make everyone’s life more beautiful. Commending the sincerety of purpose of organizing the said discourse purely for the humanitarian benefit, he termed the event a mission and called upon the elders to bring their children to participate in the yagna, an  initiation into the spiritual life through the Gayatri Mantra, a universal prayer enshrined in the Vedas. 
Swami Svatmananda, the Mumbai region head of Chinmaya Mission, referring to the Gayatri Mantra as the Science of Sound that is a boon to combat the ill-effects of the present day sedentary lifestyle and the prevailing depression all around, stated that the Gayatri Mantra ensures physical benefit as also mental growth, spiritual bliss, success and prosperity. 
Informing about the Chinmaya Mission, he stated that with 313 centers all over India and abroad, the Swamijis and Swaminis of the Mission limelights the spiritual well-being of the society, through the wholeness, which encompasses the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual dimension. 
Qualifying the worldwide importance of the Gayatri Mantra as akin to the global phenomenon of Sun worship, he mentioned about the bouncing back of Swami Swaroopanandaji from his acute physical challenges like acute spondolytis through the Gayatri Mantra and Hanuman Chalisa. Swami Swaroopanandaji, he added, before taking charge as global head of the Mission had discoursed extensively in Australia, South East Asia, Africa and other nations and is now also the Chancellor of the Chinmaya University set up in Kochi in Kerala with the tag line ‘Innovation Meets Tradition’, as the Mission is engaged in the dissemination of knowledge of Indian philosophy, culture, art, science and business management, both modern and ancient. 
Swami Swaroopanandaji will also conduct a discourse in English on ‘Nirvana Shatkam’ written by Adi Shankaracharya from February 3 to 5 daily from 7 a. m. to 8.30 a. m. at Chinmaya Prerana, Shree Mahalakshmi temple, plot 29, sector 5, Kharghar. 


A meet of principals and teachers of educational institutions in Navi Mumbai and Panvel at the Kharghar venue will be addressed in English by Swami Swaroopanandaji on February 3 from 10.30 a. m. to 12 noon. The theme of the session is ‘Teachers: Agents of Change’.


On February 4, Swami Swaroopanandaji will deliver a talk in Hindi on ‘Ik Onkar’, the mool mantra in Guru Granth Sahib, from 11 a. m.  to 12.30 p. m. to mark the 550th birth anniversary of Shri Guru Nanak Devji. 
Mohan Gurnani, Rajesh Prajapati, Dr. Jayaji Nath, Parindra Kadakia and Amol Khaire were among the other dignitaries who graced the dais and addressed the media on the occasion.

from February 2 to 5 at the CIDCO auditorium, in front of Vashi railway station, opposite Joyallukas from 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. 
Renowned artistes will present live instrumental bhajans from 6 to 6.30 p.m. on all the 4 days.


This was announced to the media by the very popular classical maestro and playback singer Shankar Mahadevan on behalf of Chinmaya Mission, Mumbai region at the press conference in the Merchants Gymkhana, here on January 30.


 Stating that he began singing bhajans from the age of 4 at the Chinmaya Bal Vihar, he appealed to the residents in the region to avail this spiritual opportunity to realize the beauty of the Indian culture and make everyone’s life more beautiful. Commending the sincerety of purpose of organizing the said discourse purely for the humanitarian benefit, he termed the event a mission and called upon the elders to bring their children to participate in the yagna, an  initiation into the spiritual life through the Gayatri Mantra, a universal prayer enshrined in the Vedas. 


Swami Svatmananda, the Mumbai region head of Chinmaya Mission, referring to the Gayatri Mantra as the Science of Sound that is a boon to combat the ill-effects of the present day sedentary lifestyle and the prevailing depression all around, stated that the Gayatri Mantra ensures physical benefit as also mental growth, spiritual bliss, success and prosperity. 


Informing about the Chinmaya Mission, he stated that with 313 centers all over India and abroad, the Swamijis and Swaminis of the Mission limelights the spiritual well-being of the society, through the wholeness, which encompasses the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual dimension. 
Qualifying the worldwide importance of the Gayatri Mantra as akin to the global phenomenon of Sun worship, he mentioned about the bouncing back of Swami Swaroopanandaji from his acute physical challenges like acute spondolytis through the Gayatri Mantra and Hanuman Chalisa. Swami Swaroopanandaji, he added, before taking charge as global head of the Mission had discoursed extensively in Australia, South East Asia, Africa and other nations and is now also the Chancellor of the Chinmaya University set up in Kochi in Kerala with the tag line ‘Innovation Meets Tradition’, as the Mission is engaged in the dissemination of knowledge of Indian philosophy, culture, art, science and business management, both modern and ancient. 
Swami Swaroopanandaji will also conduct a discourse in English on ‘Nirvana Shatkam’ written by Adi Shankaracharya from February 3 to 5 daily from 7 a. m. to 8.30 a. m. at Chinmaya Prerana, Shree Mahalakshmi temple, plot 29, sector 5, Kharghar. 


A meet of principals and teachers of educational institutions in Navi Mumbai and Panvel at the Kharghar venue will be addressed in English by Swami Swaroopanandaji on February 3 from 10.30 a. m. to 12 noon. The theme of the session is ‘Teachers: Agents of Change’.


On February 4, Swami Swaroopanandaji will deliver a talk in Hindi on ‘Ik Onkar’, the mool mantra in Guru Granth Sahib, from 11 a. m.  to 12.30 p. m. to mark the 550th birth anniversary of Shri Guru Nanak Devji. 
Mohan Gurnani, Rajesh Prajapati, Dr. Jayaji Nath, Parindra Kadakia and Amol Khaire were among the other dignitaries who graced the dais and addressed the media on the occasion.