Paramhans Swami Maheshwarananda, known as Swamiji,
is the disciple and successor of Paramhans Swami Madhavanandaji.
Since 1972 he lives and works in Europe.
Through his longlasting activities in the West
Swamiji became familiar with the way of life
and the many problems people face in modern world,
with psycho-somatic consequences of a wrong way of life,
stress, fear for life and mental illness.
He developed a comprehensive master system called
"Yoga in Daily Life",
based on original yoga tradition and specially directed to the situation
and needs of modern civilization.
The system can be lived and practiced independently of age,
social status, nationality and denomination.
The main points of Swamiji's teachings are:
- physical, mental, social and spiritual health
- respect for life
- tolerance for all religions, cultures and nationalities
- global peace
- protection of human rights and values
- protection of environment and preservation of nature.
The realization of these fundamental principles of life shall
lead man to spiritual development, Self-Realization and Realization of God.
Swamiji's selfless service,
his tireless care and love for all living beings,
his lectures and satsangs are a source of inspiration
for thousands of people from all over the world,
who are striving for spiritual realization.
In recognition of his humanitarian and spiritual merits
Swamiji received many thanks,
awards and honouring titles from all over the world.
At the Maha Kumbha Mela in Haridwar/India (April, 1998)
he was appointed to Mahamandaleshwar of Maha Nirvani Akhara.
At the occasion of a visit of his Master,
Holy Guruji, in Europe, in 1988, Swamiji inspired
his followers in Hungary to establish
OM Vishwa Guru Deep Hindu Mandir, a temple consecrated
to Bhagwan Sri Deep Narayan Mahaprabhuji.