Posts tagged Kaivalyadham
Tiwariji, Swami Digambarji, and Sri Page (left) during Kaivalyadham’s Golden Jubilee in 1974. Swami Digambarji was the first secretary of Kaivalyadham, from 1924 to 1942. He is remembered for his deep study of the spiritual aspects of yoga. His disciple and successor is Swami Maheshananda, the present chairman of Kaivalyadham. 
 Sri Page was a freedom fighter, social worker, and politician.

Tiwariji, Swami Digambarji, and Sri Page (left) during Kaivalyadham’s Golden Jubilee in 1974. Swami Digambarji was the first secretary of Kaivalyadham, from 1924 to 1942. He is remembered for his deep study of the spiritual aspects of yoga. His disciple and successor is Swami Maheshananda, the present chairman of Kaivalyadham.

Sri Page was a freedom fighter, social worker, and politician.
By the 1960s Kaivalyadham was well established as a premier center for yoga. With global renown, world leaders and high-ranking government officials sometimes came to visit, like the 14th Dalai Lama. While this photo is not dated, I’m guessing he visited sometime after he was exiled from Tibet (March 1959) and before Swami Kuvalyananda’s death (April 1966), as another photo shows Swamiji and the Dalai Lama together.  
   (Another tipoff: the John Lennon glasses.)

By the 1960s Kaivalyadham was well established as a premier center for yoga. With global renown, world leaders and high-ranking government officials sometimes came to visit, like the 14th Dalai Lama. While this photo is not dated, I’m guessing he visited sometime after he was exiled from Tibet (March 1959) and before Swami Kuvalyananda’s death (April 1966), as another photo shows Swamiji and the Dalai Lama together.

(Another tipoff: the John Lennon glasses.)