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Acharya Rakesh Kumar Pandey Ji

In 1999 Acharya Rakesh Kumar Pandey began offering to the world the quintessence of this timeless wisdom. By starting the Spiritual Regeneration camps all over India. Therefore he founded the simple, natural technique of Meditation, and a natural approach towards life. Likewise which allows anyone to experience and utilize the source of infinite intelligence and creativity. The simple and systematic technique was lost to human life before introduced by Acharya Ji, motivated by his own instructor Maharishi Ji

 Introduction of the meditation program.

They organized his first international Teacher Training Course in Rishikesh, India in 1961. As a result a number of meditators, from countries including India, United States, Canada, Greece, Denmark, Germany, Malaya, Norway, Australia, Italy, and Britain, were present.
After that, they introduced the Meditation program and Yoga. Certainly, The square root of one percent of the population practicing in the Meditation program together at the same time and in the same place. And it would create enlightenment in the world.

 Further, Acharya Ji started a traditional meditation technique learned from his master Maharishi Ji. and that he called Meditation.  Subsequently, he was first publicly known with the name “Acharya Rakesh Kumar Pandey” after that.

Consequently, he was named Yogi by Indian Pandits and their f followers after the meditation program. Meanwhile, this title changed themselves like their name. In the same vein, he has traveled more than two years in the whole Indian Pacific region and has research and interact with the “Hindu Audience” related to Indian culture. At that time, he called his movement the Spiritual Awareness Movement but renamed it the Spiritual Growth Movement India. 

However In his visits to southern India, the Acharya Ji spoke English rather than the Hindi spoke in his home area to avoid provoking resistance among those seeking linguistic self-determination, and to appeal to the “learned classes”.

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