Nirav English

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Nirav, also known as Thomas is the founder of Anuttara Ashram and co-founder of Anuttara Yoga.  He has been working steadily, persistently and vigilantly at creating a space of peacefulness and solitude for the awakening of love in it’s most practical form, in the act of giving. Nirav is a wacky, funloving, and rather humouristic yogi– seemingly skilled in more than just yoga, and meditation.  He is known on any random day at the ashram to be teaching yoga, giving a class on the chakra-s, possibly if we’re lucky making porridge, and then leading the karma yoga activities, and getting very greasy with the ashram’s veggie oil run grease truck: Nancy.  Along with this he is known to work on plumbing and gardening and building and collecting and splitting firewood (he is indeed a mean splitter), and well anything else you could name I suppose, that has to be done around the ashram. He has himself been practising Yoga and Tantra since 1999. First, under the direct guidance of Swami Vivekananda Saraswati in India and Thailand with the International School of Agama Yoga. Later in 2009 he met Guruji Raj Kumar of the right handed path of traditional tantra of India with MahaTantra, and…

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