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The KPJAYI website has a new look, updates, and new online registration. Check it out!
While you’re at it, Sharath’s 2011 Euro Tour has been announced and students made into the Mysore news.
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Sharath, Saraswathi and Manju to teach in the new Jois Shala in Encinitas, California, from the 20th of August. From kpjayi.org:
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“Mysore: Here, The Mind Is Without Fear
People of various nationalities, their well-toned bodies glistening with sweat in the early morning sun, gather around Imran’s mobile tender coconut shop for a ritual drink in an upscale Mysore locality. There is natural as well as a cultivated calm as they respond to questions about their safety following the blasts at the German Bakery in Pune last week.” (read more
He who thinks him (the Self) to be the killer, and who experiences him (the Self) as the killed - both of them know not. He (the Self) neither kills nor is killed. [Bg. 2.19]
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Planning to study yoga in India? From now on you will need a yoga visa. Check out the latest news from the KPJ Ashtanga Yoga Institute in Mysore:
# From March 2010, all students coming to study at KPJAYI must enter India on a yoga visa, as required by Indian law. You may email email@example.com for admission letters from our Institute to include with your visa application form to the Indian Embassy in your country. Upon arrival, students should follow the relevant registration formalities with the Foreigners Registration Office (FRO) in Mysore.
# Please note, according to Indian law: There should be gap of at least 2 months between two visits to India on tourist and other visas.
# For more information on visa and registration requirements, please refer to the Bureau of Immigration, Ministry of Home Affairs, India. They have published clear rules and instructions for foreigners coming to India.
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If you couldn’t jet to Mysore or happened to forget your camera, here is Guruji’s Vaikunta Samaradhane (marking the end of the mourning period) in words and pictures…
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Latest news from the KPJAYI in Mysore.
R. Sharath’s Toronto workshop has been cancelled. Full refunds will be given. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org