Mauni Amavasya 30th January 2014

Mauni Amavasya is the annual silence day in the Tradition of India and it take places on the no-moon day of the Maagha month in the Hindu calendar when sun and moon are both supposed to enter the sign of Capricorn (makara rashi).

Mauni means 'of or for silence', and amavasya means 'no-moon day.'

Due to the special radiations that affect the Earth in this occasion, it is considered to be auspicious to maintain silence.
Being our Swamiji, a Prince of Silence, he encouraged all of us, his Spiritual Family, to share this silence day with him. I believe many people did all over the world in our Global Community.

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