Acharya Prashant Ji’s November Schedule

1. Camps with Acharya Ji

🍃 Vishranti

(Three days of festivity)
Chennai – 2nd to 4th November

🍃 Free Hearts Camp

(Three days of freedom)
Jim Corbett – 9th to 11th November

🍃 Blessings from Beyond

(Two days in Bliss)
New Delhi – 17th & 18th November

🍃 Advait Learning Camp

(Four days of Joy)
Bhopal – 23rd to 26th November

2. Online courses with Acharya Ji

🍃 Courses in Realization

Hindi Discourses on various Saints
13th November onwards

🍃 Month of Awakening

English Discourses on Khalil Gibran
14th November onwards

3. Counseling Sessions with Acharya Ji

🍃 Meet the Master

🍃 Spirituality for psychological health

🍃 Fulfillment through relationships

To participate, e-mail at: or call/whatsapp: +91–9457214165

Also available on YouTube: Acharya Prashant Ji’s November Schedule

Unconditional Love

Soham is a healthy dog. He and his brother, Koham, were nurtured by Acharya Prashant Ji in their childhood. And when they grew up, they were allowed to freely move in the streets of Sector 63, Noida. 

Sadly, recently, a car moved over the leg of Soham, which fractured his leg badly. He was barely able to walk. One day, volunteers from PrashantAdvait Foundation came to know about it, they immediately took him to the doctor for cure. 

Since then, Satyam Ji, one amongst the volunteers at PAF, is taking care of Soham regularly, so that he becomes healthy again. Daily, he would carry Soham four floors down in his arms, to take him to the doctor. Would dress him whenever needed. He cared for him as if a father cares for the son. He would sit besides him for hours, during the daytime, just to comfort him, taking care of him, and would work in nights with very less sleep. 

Such love and devotion is rare to find. The dedication to bring health to someone reflected deeply in his actions. Surely, it reflected the teachings of Acharya Prashant Ji on what ‘unconditional love’ is. 

Soham is much better than before now, he is able to walk and at times run in the terrace garden of Advait BodhSthal. He’ll be soon able to join his friends and would roam freely, again, in the streets of Noida. 

May he be healed soon.

Here is a pic of Satyam Ji, carrying Soham in his arms. 🙂

Truth Absolute from ASHTAVAKRA GITA

A grey head does not make an elder,
Not by years, not by grey hair,
not by riches
nor by relations did the seers make the Law,
He who is great to us,
is one who has learning.

~ Ashtavakra in Mahabharata ~


Dialogues between

King Janaka 


 Sage Ashtavakra


A Course in Realization

Reading scriptures on a regular basis is most central to spiritual growthAncient spiritual texts like the Upanishads and Gita are more relevant today than they were ever before. To spend a lifetime without the words of the saints, the avatars and the gurus is to lose a lifetime.

A Course in Realization, a classroombased learning program led by Acharya Prashant, is a humanitarian initiative towards disseminating clarity and intelligence in the world

To register for the upcoming course titled 
T R U T H   A B S O L U  T E
from Ashtavakra Gita
starting from the 6th April, 
send an email to 
Or contact: +91-9818591240
Course title
Seven days between 6th and 24th of April, 2017.
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Advait Bodh Sthal, G-39, Sec. 63, Noida, U.P.
Total duration
840 minutes
Sh. Apaar @ +91-9818591240

Acharya Prashant


Acharya Prashant, a Sanyasi who was once an IIT-IIM alumnus and an IRS officer, is the founder of PrashantAdvait Foundation — an N.G.O. committed towards ‘Creating a New Humanity through Intelligent Spirituality’. He is the author of more than fifteen books. These books are compilations of the discourses delivered by him over the years.

PrashantAdvait Foundation

Contact details:
Sh. Anshu Sharma: +91-8376055661
Sh. Kundan Singh: +91-9999102998
Sh. Apaar: +91-9818591240
Landline: +91-120-4560347


Mohan-Ji, a vendor at Rishikesh from past 35 years, has been meeting a lot of Gurus, including some of the biggest names, had met Acharya-Ji last year at the ‘Myth Demolition Tour’ in Rishikesh.

On seeing Him, his eyes gleamed in contentment and he said: ‘I have waited so long for You. Each day of my 35 years of life was spent for this day to come.’

On the last day of his meeting with Him, he uttered: ‘I will not die till You come back’.

This year too Acharya-Ji reached Rishikesh. His kindness went to meet him. Seeing Acharya-Ji, tears ran down his cheeks and at the first glance he bowed and uttered: ‘Now I can die peacefully’.

Now he is eagerly waiting, like hundreds of other genuine seekers, for the arrival of Acharya-Ji at Rishikesh for the completion of 6th ‘Myth Demolition Tour’ on 22nd and 23rd of March.

Blessings to Mohan-Ji.


Daily, the genuine seekers send their love notes to Acharya-Ji, expressing, how His calming presence has transformed their lives. Seeing that, the volunteers at PAF have started the ‘Meet the Master’ program, so that the genuine seekers can directly come in the presence of the Master.


The program can be joined by sending a request at:



Acharya Prashant
PrashantAdvait Foundation


Books by the speaker:

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International Women’s Day: Together they suffer and together they will celebrate

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There is nothing called woman’s liberation in isolation.

Woman is oppressed and the man too is oppressed, albeit in a different way.

Woman’s liberation is man’s liberation.

They will always be together.

Together they suffer.
And together they will celebrate. Continue reading

A Course in Realization: Bhakti & Purushottam Yoga from Bhagavad Gita


Reading scriptures on a regular basis is most central to spiritual growth.

Ancient spiritual texts like the Upanishads and Gita are more relevant today than they were ever before.

To spend a lifetime without the words of the saints, the avatars and the gurus is to lose a lifetime.

Today, if mankind seems to be nearing catastrophe — if climate change, social injustice and violence have become the norm — it is because man’s mind has gone astray.

A Course in Realization, a classroom-based learning program led by Acharya Prashant, is a humanitarian initiative towards disseminating clarity and intelligence in the world.

The methodology of this program is to engage in an in-depth and rigorous examination of scriptures by relating them to the everyday realities of life. Relevant sections from scriptures like Srimad Bhagawad Gita, Upanishads, Brahm Sutras, Ashtavakra Gita, etc. are studied to unpack the ancient mysteries contained in them. Sessions are conducted by Acharya Prashant himself at Advait BodhSthal, Noida.

Course Title:
Bhakti Yoga and Purushottam Yoga from Bhagavad Gita

6th March onwards

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Advait Bodh Sthal, G-39, Sec. 63, Noida, U.P.

Total duration:
840 minutes

To register, send an email to
Or contact, Sh. Apaar @ +91-9818591240


The 29th Advait Learning Camp: Celebrating Mahashivratri


It is Time
You respond to His call;
It is Time
You open the Gates To Your Heart,
and It is Time
You Embrace the Divine Caller.
Don’t delay any more;
Don’t think any further.
Go by Faith and Surrender to the Call.


PrashantAdvait Foundation, after organising 28 Self-Awareness Retreats,
is all set for another one.


An opportunity to spend time with Acharya Prashant and read the rarest of rare scriptures, this camp will be held in Shivpuri, Rishikesh, from 24th to 27th of February


The foothills of the Himalayas await you!
Celebrate life at The 29th Advait Learning Camp

To participate: write an email to:

For any queries, feel free to contact:
Shri Anshu Sharma +91-8376055661, or Shri Kundan Singh +91-9999102998

Glimpses from the 28th ADVAIT LEARNING CAMP

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Memoirs from previous Camps:

Priyanka Kaushik,

a participant of 26th Advait Learning Camp, in the presence of Acharya Ji, was relieved of the false notions that she had in her head. The camp came to her as a shock, a pleasant one!


At first, I was very sceptical that whether I should come or not. This whole structure of sessions and then the camp, has been a big shock to my system! I am so much used to ‘planning’ and ‘controlling’ things that what is going to happen next would really stress me out. Things do happen here but without any control. It was a very pleasant shock, though I am still getting used to it. It was a much-needed jolt, I am glad that I got it!

Read her full memoir here: The camp came as a shock, but a pleasant one!

Rohintan Talati,

joined 25th Advait Learning Camp, all the way from Gujarat.
He is amazed how this camp has calmed down the tussles of his relationship.


Each and every moment here at the camp was different and relaxing. Even when we are not doing something, then too, there was no boredom or emptiness of any kind. I was feeling alright. That is the one thing that I am certainly taking out of this camp, especially with the grace of Acharya Ji. He motivated me a lot and the way he sees things, was amazing and that triggered my understanding as well.

Read his full memoir here: He gave me the answers without even saying a single word

Advait Learning Camps:

The Advait Learning Camps, led by Acharya Prashant, are rare and blissful experiences, giving one the unique opportunity to come close to the Saints, the Scriptures, nature and in the process to the Self. Held in the lap of the Himalayas, twenty-five Learning Camps have been held till now.

To read more about Advait Learning Camps, visit: Advait Learning Camps