Free Event: Mystic India and Self Realization (Special Guest: Pandit Subramanian)

Free Public Event @ Brant Hills Community Cenre – sponsored by Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Halton Niagara Sahaja Yoga Meditation - Poster by Brenda

We are honoured to welcome Pandit Subramanian that is touring Canada with his recital of classical indian music inclusive of ragaas for chakras – here in Burlington.

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013
7pm to 9pm

FREE and Open to All
Where: Brant Hills Community Centre (Mountainside Room)
Address: 2255 Brant Street, Burlington

(between Upper Middle and Dundas, on Brant Street)

Below is the press release for the tour that we have just mentioned. For Ontario there is only 1 programconfirmed so far, but most probably 2 more will be added shortly to the list (one in Brampton and one in Etobicoke), we are waiting for the location and directions.

Sahaja Yoga Canada sponsors First Canadian Tour of Indian Classical Music Master Pandit Bhaskar Subramanian

“Divine Music for the Spirit”

Pandit Subramanian is renowned all over India for his classical and devotional music.  He has traveled to 15 countries around the world to promote the divine music of India.   Music which appeals to the spirit helps transport the human being to the state of true meditation and brings nourishment to their inner being.  If you enjoy cultural music, come for an evening of first-class Indian classical and devotional music close to you.  During the performance, an experienced instructor will guide the audience through a first experience of Sahaja Yoga Meditation.


Other than concerts open to the public, Pt. Subramanian will also be giving free Indian music and meditation workshops for the youth during his Canadian tour.

Pt. Subramanian’s music expertise includes Indian classical singing, ragas and harmonium. He also enjoys playing tabla, sitar and other Indian musical instruments.  He was born in a family of great musicians in India. His grandfather Pandit Narayana Bhagavather was a court musician in the palaces of Trivancore and Mysore in Southern India. His brother is one of the greatest violin artists of all times and has performed many times for the leading Indian National Radio station, All India Radio. Pt. Subramanian’s sister is a well-known Sitar player.

Pt. Subramanian, though a born musician, studied music and completed his University Master’s degree in Music from Hyderabad, India. In his music career he was a university lecturer in India for 20 years.  He has performed on a number of music concerts in India on leading Indian TV channels, radio stations, as well as music concerts in many countries around the world.

He joined PK Salve Music Academy, also known as the Vaitarna Fine Arts and Music Academy in India, which was founded by Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi (the founder of Sahaja Yoga Meditation) to teach music to people from all around the world. Pt. Subramanian is currently working as the Principal of this Academy.

For More Info: [email protected]

Sahaja Yoga is a registered non-profit organization in Canada.  We have been teaching meditation to the public free-of-charge since 1980.  Currently there are over 35 ongoing Sahaja Yoga weekly classes across Canada.


Friday, August 9th, 2013
Scandinavian Centre
739 20 Ave NW, Calgary

Sunday, August 11th, 2013
3:30pm to 4pm
Live Concert on FM94.7

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013
Scandinavian Centre
739 20 Ave NW, Calgary

Friday, August 16th, 2013
Pineridge Community Centre
6024 Rundlehorn Dr NE, Calgary

Sunday, August 18th, 2013
Hindu Society of Calgary
2225 24 Ave NE, Calgary


Tuesday, August 20th, 2013
Special Session in Hindi/English
6pm to 8:15pm
Vedic Hindu Cultural Society
8321 – 140 Street, Surrey

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013
7pm to 10pm
Studio 7 Production
15437 Fraser Hwy, Surrey

Friday, August 23rd, 2013
6pm to 8pm
Downtown Central Library, Alice MacKay Room
350 West Georgia, Vancouver


Wednesday, August 28th, 2013
7pm to 9pm
Brant Hills Community Centre (Mountainside Room)
2255 Brant Street, Burlington

This Post Has One Comment

  1. Elsie Kuly

    How fortunate we are to have Pandit Subramanian come to Burlington. It will be an honour for us to welcome him. His musical expertise is amazing.

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