JOURNEY ON THE MYSTICAL PATH OF THE PANDAVAS
26 August – 9 September 2022
Registration open till 1st August
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL!!- Register by 15th July for 230 000 INR!!!
Cost: 275 000 INR
We invite you to take part in a pilgrimage to one of the most mysterious places in the Himalayas. A place that is not even known by experienced pilgrims across India: the mystical path that the five Pandavas and their consort Draupadi travelled from the earthly plane to reach the final abode of Sri Krishna.
This path that the Pandavas travelled was not just a pilgrimage for them. They were going to die and this was their tapasya, their last spiritual journey. It was a difficult yet blessed journey.
According to the Mahabharata, Book 17, all the Pandavas died on this journey, one after the other, with Draupadi being the first to leave her body. Only Yudhishthira, together with his dog, who according to legend was the embodiment of Dharma Raja himself, reached the final destination of the journey – the sacred lake, Satopant Tal. This lake is where the path to the higher planets opens. Yudhishthira, having passed all the tests, was taken to Heaven with his physical body.
The legend continues, describing how the Satopanth (translated as ‘seven steps of truth’) is the lake in which the gods descend to take a bath. It has a triangular shape, approximately 1km long on each side.
IMPORTANT: All participants must follow all government guidelines for staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rishika Abirami is an Atma Kriya Yoga teacher with 15 years of experience, a lecturer on the Bhagavad Gita and other spiritual writings of India, teacher of meditation, mantras and mudras.
Since 2007 she has been a student of Paramahamsa Vishwananda, and since 2014 she has been permanently residing in Vrindavan, India, and guiding many people through spiritual trips across India.
Natalia is an Atma kriya yoga teacher and for more than 9 years she has been a student of Master of Kriya, Paramahamsa Vishwananda.
She is a producer of TV programs and documentaries, a traveler, a blogger, and a guide to those in the world of spirituality. She is the author of the “Japa Yoga Bhakti Lounge Project.” Over the past 11 years, she has made more than 25 pilgrimages to holy places including in Nepal, Tibet, Kailash, India, Israel, France, Italy, and Greece.