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Mayapur Institute’s Opening Ceremony for Winter Courses 2018-19

| 3 weeks ago, 5 min read

On Sunday November 4th 2018, the Holy day of Rama Ekadashi, the Mayapur Institute (MI), held its opening ceremony for the men’s Bhakti Sastri, ladies Bhakti Sastri, Bhakti Vaibhava 1, Bhakti Vaibhava 2 and Bhakti Vedanta 4, Winter season courses (2018-19). HG Padmanayana Prabhu, Director of the Mayapur Institute, opened the inauguration. He welcomed the […]


Are You Growing In Your Spiritual Life?

| 7 months ago, 1 min read

It is an arduous journey for a seed to grow into a plant and ultimately into a fruit yielding tree. Left alone in the wild, a seed may not grow as it falls on a rocky ground instead of soil. There may be too little water or too much, not enough sun light, temperatures may […]


Cāturmāsya Bhāgavatāsraya (Bengali)

| 9 months ago, 1 min read

Mayapur Institute is happy to announce the launch of Cāturmāsya Bhāgavatāsraya Course in Bengali. Now systematically study Srimad Bhagavatam in Sridham Mayapur during the Caturmasya time. This is a FREE  course on Srimad Bhagavatam (excluding accommodation and prasadam). Students have to arrange their own accommodation and prasadam. You can also avail the accomodation facility available at […]


Winter Courses 2016-17 Schedule from Mayapur Institute

| 2 years ago, 4 min read

Drawing on 16 years of experience in education and training of students worldwide, Mayapur Institute (MI) is committed to developing leaders who make a difference in the world. Our portfolio of many comprehensive sastric study programs fulfils this mission by building outstanding leaders.


The Ultimate Recharge: 2015-2016 Semester

| 2 years ago, less than a minute

A personal journey or spiritual quest remains an integral part of the human race. In olden divs, people came from the West to learn from Nalanda University. Modern technological inventions such as airplanes, harnessing the power of magnetic waves, etc. have their seeds in Vedic literatures, presented by leading Rishis such as Gautama and others. […]