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Balaji Tambe

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Balaji Tambe

Spiritual Master Shreeguru

Dr. Shri Balaji Tambe has initiated the SOM (Santulan Om Meditation) and SKY (Santulan Kriya Yoga) techniques. He is the founder of the Atmasantulana Village, a world-renowned holistic healing centre. He established the world's first and only Aum Temple. He has authored several books on the spiritual sciences, Yoga and Ayurveda. His compositions, healing music albums and concerts are an outcome of extensive research. He is an Ayurvedic doctor, engineer, artist, cosmologist and agriculturalist. His father Ved Shastra Sampanna Shri Vasudev Tambeshastri was an authority on the Vedic scriptures and spiritual sciences.

 Dr. Shri Balaji Tambe shares his time between Karla, India as well as Munich, Frankfurt and Gleichen in Germany and conducts seminars all over the world. His family consists of his wife, two sons and daughters-in-law as well as four granddaughters, apart from a large, extended family of disciples.

He is a director on the board of the Sakal Media Group, which publishes the prestigious Marathi newspaper, Sakal. He is also Chief Mentor of Family Doctor, the newspaper's most successful weekly supplement (16-pages) that runs into more than 2 million copies. His ability to deal with all subjects, scientific, medical, social and technical, based on his life philosophy, has inspired many projects of great social relevance both in India and abroad.

  His forays into various fields have been spectacular. He has conducted deep research into the healing properties of the Classical Indian Raaga System along with the powerful psycho-physical effects of the mantras and stotras of the Vedas. Forty years of such work have yielded more than 25 music albums, 13 of them with Times Music. The album called Garbhasanskar, meant for pregnant women, for the balanced development of the growing foetus, has sold more than 700,000 copies.

Dr. Shri Balaji Tambe has written more than 20 books in 3 languages, composed 25 healing music albums, founded Ayurvedic Panchakarma Centres in Karla, India and Gleichen, Germany and has a daily show on the Shrimad Bhagawad Geeta that has recently crossed 1000 episodes. The publication of dozens of articles in various newsmagazines in Europe and America, a weekly newspaper supplement in Marathi, and case histories of more than 150,000 patients are testament to his outreach. Dr. Tambe decided that the time had come to begin his contributions to the deciphering of the Vedas as well. He has written a number of articles on the subject already, and these are now being compiled into books.

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