himalaya by swami sundaranand

himalaya by swami sundaranand

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Today the Himalaya continues to be a source of inspiration for the people of India as a repository of ageold religious traditions. Presented through the lens of Swami Sundaranand, a disciple of Swami Tapovan Maharaj, this monumental work contains more than 425 pictures covering the fascinating faces and moods of the Himalaya.

Himalaya, Through the Lens of A Sadhu : Swami

Himalaya, Through the Lens of A Sadhu by Swami Sundaranand, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

About Swami Sundaranand – Swami Sundaranand

Swami Sundaranand is the author of the book Himalaya: Through the Lens of a Sadhu with over 425 photographs spanning 60 years of his work. The book also contains a letter of endorsement from the former Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Swami Sundaranand, Gurusfeet

Swami Sundaranand (born 1926 India) is a Yogi, photographer, and mountaineer who lectures widely in India on threats to the Ganges river and the loss of Himalayan

Swami Sundaranand on the Eightfold Path – Yoga in India

Swami Sundaranand is a man of many skills and deep knowledge. He is a Yogi, mountaineer, naturalist, climate activist and a wellknown photographer who has spent a chunk of time photographing and documenting the Himalayas. As the student of Swami Tapovan Maharaj, his fascination for the Himalayas began after he read his master’s book ''Himagiri

Swami Sundaranand – An Indian Yogi, Photographer,

.Swami Sundarananda was a student of the reclusive yoga master Swami Tapovan Maharaj (1889–1957), who wrote in the late 19th and early 20th centuries about yogic life in the Himalayas in the classic yoga book Wanderings in the Himalayas (Himagiri Vihar).

Swami Sundaranand enacademic

A museum devoted to environmental protection and spiritual guidance, containing Swami Sundaranand '' s Himalayan photography, is now in the planning stages. It will be located in Gangotri on the property of Sundaranand and his master.

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