Bhiksha Volunteering

It is an offering to a teacher from whom one has received knowledge. It is a sadhana, an act of reverence, and an expression of gratitude. As a Grahastha, serving food to a Sadhu is a “punya” karma. Per Swami Tapovan Maharaj “it is the foremost duty of a householder”. It affords their family a special, private time with Swamiji. It is also an excellent opportunity to invite friends and families to come and spend some valuable time with him. Most homes where Swamiji is invited for Bhiksha on a periodic basis, the children look up to him as his mentor and a close family member. This is an opportunity to perform Seva, and introduce your children to the value of selfless, dedicated service. 

 About Bhiksha for Swamiji

  • Dinner Bhiksha to be brought to Kedar or invite him to your Home.
  • Weekdays: 7:00 to 9:00pm; Weekends: 6:00 to 9:00pm
  • During the satsangh, utilize the time for a healthy discussion on Vedanta, bhajans, book reading and puja, or mission activities. 
  • At the end the whole family offers Gurudakshina