This is not just an app. It's an entire ancient world in your hands so you may reap the immeasurable rewards of the sadhana done by our sages, seers and ancestors.
Yagyanam Japa Yagyo asmi
Of the finest offerings, I am mantra chanting.
Yagya, danam, tapam karma, na tyajeyam karyameva tat.
One must never give up fire offerings, charity and sadhana.
Suta tapa te durlabh kachu nahin
Nothing is unattainable with sadhana.
Tucked away in the deep Himalayas is the mystical region of Siddha-ashrama. This is where some of the greatest sages of all time meditated and performed Vedic rituals. The legendary seers like Vasishtha, Prashara, Ved Vyasa and many others are still present in their subtle bodies. This is the place where Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu, Mother Goddess and transcendental rishis like Narada awakened the most sublime Vedic rituals. Experience that pristine world and relive the Vedic glory with Sadhana.
Based on my personal experience of Vedic sadhana spanning more than three decades, I have created an entire virtual world for you in this sadhana app. The legendary siddha-ashrama that our scriptures refer to has been created for you once again. This is the same place where our sages meditated and performed penance. If you wish to experience the Vedic glory and opulence that our ancestors thrived in, then Sadhana offers you the opportunity to get started. This has been done to serve the beautiful Sanatana Dharma and to revive the Vedic culture. Sadhana app is my humble offering in your service and our dharma.
Om Swami learned Vedic chanting when he was eleven years old. Mesmerized by the mellifluous verses, mantra sadhana became the basis of his spiritual journey. Over the next three decades, he experimented with numerous mantras and invoked many of them.
Om Swami has touched the lives of millions around the world through his talks and writings. He is the bestselling author of more than fifteen books on meditation, wellness, and spirituality with best-sellers like Kundalini, The Ancient Science of Mantras, A Million Thoughts, and If Truth Be Told.
An unconventional monk, he does not accept any gifts or donations for his personal needs and funds his living through writing and entrepreneurship. Swami spends most months of the year in solitude, away from public interactions and social media. “I don’t want you to get the impression that I live under a tree,” he says. “I live most comfortably just as I always have.”