M.U.M Rotating University: India

January 15 - February 20, 2014

Reserve a space now for your special tour of India!

MUM is excited to announce the Rotating University course in India with MUM Assistant Professor of MVS Sue Brown, along Bob and Carol Markowitz who have led previous courses to India, from January 15 to February 20, 2014.

During this five week course, we will offer two weeks of deep, silent experiences - one week at the Brahmasthan of India; and a second week in deluxe accommodation in a tiger reserve in the deep forests where Guru Dev took his Silence for 40 years. The time at the Brahmasthan will include long meditation, listening to live Vedic performances and profound knowledge. We will hear 1331 Pandits performing the Rudra Bhishek Yagya – a yagya for world peace. During our settled days in the forest, we will go deeply into Maharishi’s Yoga Asana course.

The other three weeks will be spent touring many of India's main historic and holy sites including places Maharishi visited when he started the Movement such as Trivandrum and Kanyakumari. The itinerary will also include Allahabad, where Maharishi spent so many years with Guru Dev and which is now the site of the Maharishi Smarak (memorial) — and of course the Taj Mahal and Rishikesh.

For more information, please visit the MUM Global Learning website where you will find the descriptive information. A visa is required for US citizens visiting India.

To reserve a space, please complete and submit this application form available at MUM website. Total cost is $3250 for full time MUM students and $4750 for all others.

Contact Bob Markowitz at bmarkowitz@tm.org for more information about this exciting trip.

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