Siddhartha Shiv Khanna (योग गुरु सिद्धार्थ शिव खन्ना)

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Yoga Guru Siddhartha Shiv Khanna was born in a traditional Hindu family in the national capital of the holy motherland we call India. He was introduced to meditation at an early age along with the traditional family household practice of Bhakti Yoga (Yoga of surrendering oneself to god) and Karma Yoga (Yoga of selfless acts of goodness towards everyone and everything) since his days as an adolescent child. As life progressed Yoga Guru Siddhartha Shiv Khanna became a professional swimmer and also went on to pursue a degree in fashion retail and merchandise management. He went on to become the business head of a fashion label at an early age. After all the fame recognition and fortunes dwindling his way, Yoga Guru Siddhartha Shiv Khanna realised that he wanted to know meaning of his life and this purpose took him on his travel journeys across the length and breadth of the holy motherland India. After submerging himself in Gyan Yoga (Yoga of knowledge) he made a conscious effort to further strengthen his spiritual evolution by practicing and training under his Spiritual Teacher Samara Kamui Bodhisatva. To achieve the goals of the mind and the soul the body had to remain fit to pursue them and this necessity of life urged him to take up hatha yoga under the guidance of an Indian Yoga Guru Shri Yogi Anoop ji. After sometime when the physical body and spiritual body became healthy and aware, Yoga Guru Siddhartha Shiv Khanna came a step closer towards self realization, along with bringing balance, peace, stability and tranquility in his life. He realized that he should do the same for others what both his guru’s had done for him. Now it is Yoga Guru Siddhartha Shiv Khanna’s life mission to heal others and help them find peace and balance and reaching the ultimate state of bliss where the mind is always in perfect harmony.


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