10 years of Madal Bal in Guatemala
Quite a few of Sri Chinmoy's students in Guatemala work in a divine enterprise called Madal Bal. Madal was Sri Chinmoy's nickname as a child - it means 'kettledrum', and he was affectionately called this name by his family due to his boisterous (and sometimes mischievous) nature.
Sri Chinmoy originally asked the owner, Purnahuti, to open an icecream store, but now Madal Bal has grown to be a wide-ranging enterprise that, among other things, distributes Sri Chinmoy's books in Spanish all over Central and South America.
Madal Bal is now 10 years old, and naturally had a big anniversary party!
First-hand experiences of meditation and spirituality.
'It was like I was seeing who Guru really was: this extraordinary, beautiful being inside a physical body'Jogyata Dallas Auckland, New Zealand
It does not matter which spoon you useBrahmacharini Rebidoux St. John's, Canada
How sports and fitness became part of our spiritual lifeBanshidhar Medeiros San Juan, Puerto Rico
A Truckload of Humanitarian Aid Sails through CustomsArthada Platzgummer Vienna, Austria
In the Right Place, At the Right TimeEshana Gadjanski Novi Sad, Serbia
I felt a bell ringing in my heartCharana Evans Cardiff, Wales
'You have to be like a warrior and fight'Mahiyan Savage San Diego, United States
I just knew from the moment I saw himAshrita Furman New York, United States
If I can smile like that, it's worth becoming a discipleMahatapa Palit New York, United States
Meditation Nights at the Sri Chinmoy CentrePreetidutta Thorpe Auckland, New Zealand
My 5 a.m. strategic meditationsSanchita Fleming Ottawa, Canada
Spiritual FriendsPreetidutta Thorpe Auckland, New Zealand
The very first time I heard about my spiritual MasterBanshidhar Medeiros San Juan, Puerto Rico
interviews with Sri Chinmoy's students