Category Archive for: ‘India’

  • Lonetree

    Happy Earth Day!

    The Himalayan Institute is committed to sustainability as an expression of yoga in action. Read more about our commitment here. This commitment to sustainability stems from the understanding that we are interconnected with the natural world and caring for the environment really is in our best …

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    A Modern Take on Traditional Medicinal Oil

    The “Oil Boil” One afternoon, Pandit Rajmani Tigunait demonstrated this traditional method of making medicinal oil at the Himalayan Institute campus in Khajuraho, India. We happily share these warm summer memories with you at this time for a distraction from the severity of winter. The best location …

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    Ground Breaking news from Khajuraho!

    We are delighted to share these work-in-progress images, the latest in development from our new campus in Khajuraho, India. Work is well underway on a new 2-storey building that can accommodate up to 40 people for programs and retreats. As with the other buildings, this …

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  • Yir

    Thank you for an amazing 2013

    It has been an incredible year for the Himalayan Institute and we couldn’t have done it without you. We’ve made this video to capture some of the highlights, presented by our Director Of Strategic Development, Ishan Tigunait while at our new campus in Khajuraho, India. …

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    Expansion in India: Khajuraho campus update

    We had a wonderful bhoomi puja, ground-breaking ceremony earlier this month at the Himalayan Institute Khajuraho campus in India. The event was held to inaugurate the construction of a new building being built on our campus. The large multi-purpose space will house local staff, guests …

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  • World Water Day

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    Today is World Water Day, a day when we acknowledge the importance of life’s most basic yet most valuable necessity – clean water! It is a great time to take stock of our own water usage patterns and create more efficient habits around using water. Our friends …

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  • Beyond the Kumbha Mela

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    As yoga gains popularity in the West, Western yogis travel to India to learn more about the origins of these teachings or to participate in festivals like the Kumbha Mela. Khajuraho is an obvious place to visit since it is the home to a unique temple …

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  • The Kumbha Mela 2013

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    The process of transformation that begins here at the Kumbha Mela will continue its work long after you have returned home.  –Pandit Rajmani Tigunait The Kumbha Mela continually attracts swamis and adepts, spiritual seekers, yoga practitioners and devotees from all over the planet, who congregate at …

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  • Check out our new India head office in Allahabad

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    At our Allahabad campus in India, we have just completed a major campus development project: the construction of our new publications office, a warehousing facility, and staffing quarters. With final construction just winding down, this 500 square meter (5,381 square feet) building will be the new head quarters of …

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  • Grafting Lemon Trees in Mexico (how to blog)

    Amanda Masters writes… My husband and I spent six months living and working at the Himalayan Institute center in Jonotla, Mexico before moving to Buffalo, NY to become the directors of the HI Buffalo Branch. I often think about our time at HI Mexico and everything we …

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