logo Stay Connected Follow Sadhviji online to find out about her latest satsangs, travels, news, writings and more.
Sign up for our newsletter

Latest News

Oct 25 2015

Seventh Annual Worldwide Meeting on Human Values in Mexico

The Seventh Annual Worldwide Meeting on Human Values took place in Monterrey, Mexico, in which HH Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji, President of Parmarth Niketan (Rishikesh, India) and Co-Chair of the Global Interfaith WASH Alliance, and Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswatiji, President of the Divine Shakti Foundation and Secretary-General of Global Interfaith WASH Alliance, were warmly welcomed as Spiritual Leaders and keynote speakers. They led two special programs on “Love and Consciousness in Action” with founder/President of Organic India, Shri Bharat Mitra, one was a main keynote address and the other a longer,...

Share Post
Oct 23 2015

Green Satsang and Pledge for Navratri

#Navratri Pujya Swamiji and Sadhvi Bhagawatiji were warmly welcomed to the Hindu Temple in Louisville, Kentucky, by the residents and devotees. The priests expressed their gratitude for Pujya Swamiji's care, compassion and concern towards the temple from the very beginning of the temple's formation. Pujya Swamiji offered a beautiful sacred green Bhel sapling as a symbol and reminder to celebrate the Navratri festival as a Green festival. The evening satsang began with the divine chanting of the sacred Rudram and beautiful mantras of Lord Shivato welcome Pujya Swamiji. Sadhviji spoke on how...

Share Post
Oct 22 2015

Celebrating Light and Life During Navratri

Pujya Swamiji and Sadhvi Bhagawatiji gave a special satsang during the auspicious occasion of Navratri at the Bharatiya Temple of NWI in Merriville, Indiana (near Chicago). Sadhviji started the satsang by saying, "What is the light that we are talking about in this theme of today's satsang 'Celebrating the Light.' It's not just the external light of the light bulb or the magnificent light of the Sun that allows us to see the world. Because our sight of the world is so different from another person's vision of that same light...

Share Post
Oct 19 2015

Renowned Faith Leaders Commit to Combat Climate Change

Salt Lake City- Renowned Muslim, Hindu, Christian, Jewish, Buddhist and Jain leaders made history during the last day of the Parliament of the World’s Religions, pledging to combat climate change through the power of faith, organized and led by the Global Interfaith WASH alliance. Thirteen of the warmest years on record have occurred since 2000. At the same time, natural calamities are increasing in force and severe water shortages are being noted in places of former abundance. The revered interfaith leaders focused specifically, emphatically and passionately on choices and decisions each of...

Share Post
Oct 19 2015

Opening and Closing Ceremony of the 2015 Parliament of World Religions

Over a hundred years after Swami Vivekanandaji made history at the Parliament of the World’s Religions, the spiritual leaders of the Global Interfaith WASH Alliance (GIWA), led by HH Pujya Swami Chidanand Saraswatiji, traveled to Salt Lake City, USA for the world’s sixth Parliament of the World’s Religions, where they took a resounding stand for a Swachh Bharat and to help save our world’s dwindling water resources. Approximately 10,000 leaders from 50 religious traditions and 80 nations are present at the historic event taking place from the 15-19 October at the...

Share Post
Oct 16 2015

Shakti and Prakriti: Day 2 Parliament of the World Religions

Salt Lake City- #2015Parliament #FaithinWomen Eminent women faith leaders and renowned environmentalist, Dr. Vandana Shiva, combined forces at the Parliament of the World’s Religions Friday, October 16 to discuss the sacred relationship between the Divine Feminine and Mother Earth, and actionable steps women can and must take to protect and restore our world’s natural resources. Around the world, in almost all cultures and religious traditions, the women have deep connections with the Earth – both spiritually as well as logistically. Women are the ones who perform most of the prayers and...

Share Post
Oct 16 2015

Kalam Ko Salaam: Tribute to Dr. APJ Abul Kalamji at the Parliament

Kalam Ko Salaam: Tribute to Dr. APJ Abul Kalamji at theParliament Salt Lake City, Utah: Interfaith Leaders of the The Global Interfaith WASH Alliance gracing the Parliament of the World's Religions offered their homage to the Late President of India, Dr.APJ.ABDUL KALAM, on his birth anniversary. Leaders from the world's major faiths saluted Former Indian President's divine service to a vision of interfaith harmony in India and the world as well as his legacy of being the Missile Man with a Mission of Peace and Unity. They urged that all leaders could...

Share Post
Oct 15 2015

India’s Faith Leaders Converge at Parliament

Salt Lake City, USA- Over a hundred years after Swami Vivekanandaji made history at the Parliament of the World’s Religions, the spiritual leaders of India travelled to Salt Lake City, USA for the world’s sixth Parliament of the World’s Religions, where they took a resounding stand for a Swachh Bharat and to help save our world’s dwindling water resources. Approximately 10,000 leaders from 50 religious traditions and 80 nations are present at the historic event taking place from the 15-19 October at the Salt Palace Convention Center. Globally, more people perish...

Share Post
Oct 15 2015

Empowerment of Women: Day 1 Parliament of the World Religions

Sadhvi Bhagawati Saraswati inspired and touched everyone during a beautiful session on the first day of the Parliament of the World's Religions in Salt Lake Cityon a session themed 'Religious and Spiritual Sources of Inspiration and Empowerment for Women' so that they can be the change that they want to see in the world. She spoke on a panel with the following beautiful and renowned women: Marianne Williamson, internationally acclaimed spiritual author and lecturer Phyllis Curott is an attorney, author, Vice-Chair of the Parliament and Chair of the Women’s Task Force Bishop Dr. Barbara...

Share Post
Sep 27 2015

United Nations Agencies, Faith Leaders Sign Historic Declaration

United Nations Agencies, Faith Leaders Sign Historic Declaration UN-Habitat, in collaboration with other United Nations agencies and the Global Interfaith WASH Alliance, held a closed-door meeting in New York in which a historic declaration was approved by all parties in order to help meet the Sustainable Development Goals through partnerships with Faith-Based Organizations. 783 million people do not have access to clean water and almost 2.5 billion do not have access to sanitation, without which the Sustainable Development Goals cannot be achieved. At the same time, over 83% of the world’s population...

Share Post