Gna Naa Bah Yoga Conference

This conference was first held by Sri Swamiji during Datta Jayanti celebration in India, December 2008.

Since then, it has been held several times in India and once in USA. This conference was held for the first time in Europe, in Geseke (Germany), in the week of Guru Purnima 2010. The lectures and discussions, normally given exclusively on Indian spiritual traditions, have been augmented with speakers coming from the West.

 The speakers who have been invited to talk on Western tradition, have backgrounds in philosophy, religion or science. Every morning there was one lecture on Indian tradition and one lecture on Western tradition. The program you can find here.

More Information about the conference you can find here:www.gnby.org

Four themes


Gnana is about knowledge of the Self, learning about “who am I”‚ with
divine being, with the relationship between God and man, (Paramatman
and Jivatman), with the study of religious and philosophical texts.

Nada – MUSIC and SOUND

Nada signifies all areas of music and the world of sound, including music
theory, therapeutical and spiritual aspects of music, and the concept of
Naada as the primordial sound permeating the universe.


Bhakti is studied in theological texts such as the Epics and Puranas, which
describe mythological legends of Gods. It can also be learnt from many
stories of devotion of saints and mystics.


Yoga is a Sanskrit term used in the Indian tradition to describe traditional
practices such as Hatha Yoga, Kriya Yoga, Kundalini Yoga etc. The Christian
tradition has various forms of spiritual practice such as contemplation,
and different kinds of prayer.