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Lalita

"In my younger days, I used to be a silent spectator for all the pujas and chanting that my mother used to do with great joy. Chanting the Lalita Sahasranama was an integral part of the Navaratri Celebrations. Now I realise the significance of these practices. In the Presence of the Master, the same rituals bring a deeper experience. They are a source of joy and not just a routine. They bring a sense of gratitude and deeper spiritual understanding.

Lalita is the joyful, dynamic scintillating expression of the Mother Divine. A free consciousness, without cravings and aversions, well-founded in the Self, is naturally joyful and vibrant. This is the space of Lalita. In the Lalita Sahasranama we chant over a thousand names of the Devi honouring different attributes of the divine. As we chant each name, it enlivens those qualities in our consciousness and they manifest in us according to the need of the hour. The language in the sahasranama is beautiful and also has a deeper meaning. Having an insight into these qualities brings a certain refinement in our consciousness and makes us a storehouse of positivity. 

I have shared these glimpses in the book Lalita hoping that when you read it, you will experience that aspect of the divine too!"   

Bhanu Narasimhan

Bhanumathi Narasimhan is the sister of Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the Spiritual and Humanitarian Leader, and Founder of the Art of Living Foundation, a multi-faceted NGO with a presence in over 155 countries. Since the inception of the Foundation in 1981, Bhanumathi Narasimhan has been a key person, guidingits activities. She is the Director of all Child & Women Welfare Programmes under taken by the Foundation. Sharing the vision of her brother, to globalise wisdom and spirituality, she has been teaching meditation to thousands of people around the world. Though at home she is a mother of two sons, her care and concern extend to people from all over the world. She is a role model for living the ancient ideology of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ or a  ‘One World Family’. Her penchant  for  sharing wisdom inspired by her Master,  has resulted in the two publications, Tejasvini and Lalita. Tejasvini, begins the inward journey and Lalita, takes the seeker further in to the realm of the Self.

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