Guru Atmaram Ji was born in a Brahmin family in Varanasi which is in the northern part of India. Coming from a Brahmin family since childhood he was inclined towards spirituality. He has spent his childhood days in an Ashram for his studies which embedded values and interest in philosophy in him. Growing up in ashram environment he got interested in Meditation, Kirtan and Philosophy. The keen interest in these fields led his journey towards research and grabbing knowledge about yoga. His contribution and devotion towards yoga and philosophy has led him to the unending journey of guiding and spreading his knowledge to other students. He believes spirituality is that which enhances human values such as love, compassion and enthusiasm. It is not limited to a single religion or culture. Hence it is open to all people. He feels the spiritual bond we share as part of the human family is more prominent than nationality, gender, religion, profession, or other identities that separate us.
Journey of Guru Atmaram Ji
- Guru Atmaram has spent a decade in Iskcon Vrindavan (Sri Krishna Balaram temple). The Sri Krishna Balaram Mandir, situated in the Raman Reti area of Vrindavan. Spending time in such an environment has helped Guru Atmaram to devote himself in Meditation, Kirtan and Philosophy.
- Guru Atmaram worked for Sivananda Ashram situated in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. Guruji has guided and trained trainees in the ashram for 3 years. Sivananda Ashram is a yoga and meditation ashram in India. After spreading his knowledge and training students in Sivananda Ashram, he went to Bihar.
- Guru Atmaram went to Bihar school of yoga in Bihar. The Bihar School of Yoga is a modern school of Yoga founded by Satyananda Saraswati in Munger, Bihar, India in 1963.An institution of Yogic studies was then created in 1994.He spent five years researching and gaining more knowledge in the field of Philosophy and yoga.
Feb 28 - Mar 28, 2019 (29 days)