Published On: Fri, Jul 14th, 2017

What Tamil Nadu lost, Mauritius gained: Swami Nithyananda Gurukul and University

This article originally appeared in The Rational Hindu.

Recently, on International Yoga Day 2017, Swami Nithyananda Gurukul kids made a world record certified by India Book of Records, where 108 kids demonstrated blindfolded reading using their third-eye powers (Shaktis) in a scientifically reproducible and testable manner.

Following the above event, on the day before Guru Poornima (8th July 2017) more than 300 children and adults demonstrated various other third-eye powers (Shaktis) as well, in addition to blindfolded reading, such as, body scanning (for disease diagnosis), remote scanning (to describe an unknown third person’s home[s]), performance of Malakambh [Shiva Sthamba/ Shiva Khambam] yoga [yoga on a pole], and materialisation of small objects and/ or substances.

While blindfolded reading was accurate in 100 per cent of the candidates demonstrating those third-eye powers, body scanning and remote scanning’s accuracy varied from 80–100 per cent depending on the demonstrator of the Shaktis. Still pretty impressive to say the least.

However, materialisation (on a meditation of just 21 minutes) was successful only in about 4 per cent of the demonstrators; perhaps because the demonstration was just for 21 minutes than the purportedly required 42 minutes (minimum) for the demonstration of such Shaktis on such a large scale (number of participants).

Malakambh yoga on Shiva Sthambam was again successfully demonstrated by all the demonstrators (100 per cent) despite the participants having no athletic / fitness training background, after just 5 days of initiation (Deeksha) by Paramahamsa Shri Nithyananda Swamiji. To clarify, after Deeksha the demonstrators have practised yoga on Shiva Sthamba for five days for about an hour each day. Impressive indeed.

“Mauritius in Satya Yuga”

The demonstrations were monitored by Asia Book of Records on the 8th of July 2017, in the presence of some esteemed guests independent of the Ashram. One such guest was His Excellency The High Commissioner of Mauritius to India, Shri J Goburdhun, GOSK.

His Excellency The High Commissioner was there to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Paramahamsa Shri Nithyananda Swamiji’s Ashram’s two major institutions, Nithyananda Gurukul and Nithyananda University. The agreement will lead to the establishment of both these Veda-Agamic institutions in Mauritius in partnership with the government of the Republic of Mauritius. His Excellency and His Holiness both signed the MoU on the auspicious day of Guru Poornima, 9th of July 2017.

His Excellency explained that he has been continuously elected to the parliament and has held various ministries during those parliamentary tenures before becoming a diplomat. In those stints at various ministries, he established free universal education and free universal health for all as required in a Veda-Agamic society.

HE The High Commissioner stated that for over 50 countries in Africa, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the United Nations (UN) recognises the Mauritian state as a model nation to follow.

Given that the country follows the Veda-Agamic standards of universal free education and health and the high standards of probity amongst its politicians, HE The High Commissioner considers that Mauritius is not in Kali Yuga but is in Satya Yuga; citing the example of the previous Prime Minister who resigned his prime ministership to become a minister of education and health. Previously, the same politician has resigned his presidentship of the nation twice to become a PM and serve the country from the forefront. In brief, HE The High Commissioner demonstrated by current real life examples in Mauritius that their nation is indeed in Satya Yuga.

Womanising politicians of India: jungle raj of Kali Yuga

Unfortunately, one cannot refrain from drawing comparisons with Kali Yuga Bharat (India). It is a matter of common public knowledge in the state of Tamil Nadu, for example, that a certain “family-owned” political party and its “family-owned” television media house and print media built its entire empire of unprecedented wealth and power through corrupt and indescribable “standards” of politics. In spite of such low moral and ethical status, whatever rumour mongering or evidence-less news items appear in that media house’s outlet seem to still make the poor citizens of the state believe in those sub-tabloid quality “news.” Such jungle raj qualifies India to be in the Kali Yuga, of course, using the standards of HE The High Commissioner. Obviously, only in Kali Yuga, the people will put their trust in womanising politicians ruining their nation under their jungle raj. Whence?

At the end of the day, what Kali Yuga Tamil Nadu lost Satya Yuga Mauritius has gained. Whose loss is it anyway?

This article originally appeared in The Rational Hindu.



Bibliography (for understanding Tamil Nadu’s Dravidian politics)


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