Anandmurti Gurumaa
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Anandmurti Gurumaa

Name

Anandmurti Gurumaa

Date Of Birth

April 8, 1966

Place Of Birth

Amritsar, India

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Nationality

Indian

Celebrity Status

new age spiritual guide


Anandmurti Gurumaa, also known as Gurumaa born in Amritsar, India, is a new age spiritual guide. She is respected by followers of many faiths including Christianity, Hinduism, Sikhism, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism and Sufism.

 Her message transcends gender, religious, political, geographic and material boundaries. Anandmurti means “an embodiment of Divine Bliss” and Gurumaa means “Master Mother” in Hindi. Gurumaa teaches the disciplines of meditation, yoga, present moment awareness and self realisation, using meditation techniques from yoga, zen, tantra, sufism, sikhism, buddhism and devised methods. Gurumaa's core teachings include meditation, self realization, evolving consciousness and non-duality.


Gurumaa ashram is situated in Gannaur, district Sonepat, Haryana, India, 60 km from Delhi on National Highway 1. Gurumaa conducts meditation camps in this ashram every year.


Shakti is a mission started by Anandmurti Gurumaa to empower female children in India and stop female foeticide. Shakti supports the education of the girls from poor and needy families until 12th standard. Shakti gives financial support for education without any color/caste/creed discrimination.  It was started informally in 2000. In the 2006-2007 academic years, around 175 girls were given full tuition fees for their studies.


CEAP (Computer Education Awareness Program) is a new program started under the Shakti umbrella. In this project, volunteers from Gurumaa Ashram went to 20+ government girls' schools in Sonepat district and gave them first hand experience of computers and motivated them to learn computers and to be self dependent.
Gurumaa has translated the Sufi love poems of the Turkish Sufi dervish Mevlana Jelaluddin Rumi into the Hindi language, for the first time in India.  These poems were published in the book Prem ka chalakta jaam.  Gurumaa has also sung few of Rumi's poems, translated to Hindi, on her album Rumi - Love at its zenith.

 



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