Swami Atmajnanananda Giri

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Swami Atmajnanananda giri, the founder of Arsha Yoga Dham was born on 20 sep 1970 in kochi. He was initiated from kailash ashram rishikesh himilayas in the year 2006 .he travelled for 4 years as a sanysa mendicant and as a student completed his yoga Vedanta course in 2005 from sivananda ashram rishikesh Himalayas and teachers training programme from Gujrat , sivananda ashram under the guidance of Adyatamandaji . in 2010 he did his one year yoga vedanta course from Dayananda Coimbatore under the guidance of the poojya swami Dayananda Saraswati. Swami Atma met Nitya chaitnya yati ( one of the great masters in south India) in the year 1992 ,he then later met his disciple Sudhi chaitanya in the year 1998, which changed Swami Atma life quite significantly .being a homeopath and certified naturopath he has also done diploma in and naturopathy he has been dedicating his whole services to fulfill his ambition that is to see the nature village .

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