Watch new areas of the garden opened up dramatically. … More Cutting paths through the blackberries
A hundred people were invited to the wedding! Where will they sit? Surely not on the blackberry covered hillside above the shrine! Oh yes they will! Everybody played a part. Byasa worked out that terracing the hillside could provide enough space and Daiva created those terraces with his giant machinery. Sahadev and Byasa planned out … More Many hands make a miracle: how our rustic shrine was transformed into a wedding venue.
It was already the end of May when Miriam and David Seybert declared that they planned to have their August wedding at the shrine at Yogananda Gardens. That shrine was designed to accommodate a small group of, say 8 or 10 people at most. We could expect a hundred to attend the wedding! About the … More How to make an instant rose arbor
We want to have our large Yogananda statue slowly rotate spreading his blessings over the whole world. “But how do you do that? Won’t that take a lot of engineering?” my incredulous friends asked. So off to the internet I went searching for an example of a rotating statue matching our own in size and … More Yogananda Gardens visits MIM
Two replicas of Gary Roller’s model for the large statue for Yogananda Gardens were carried to India on a recent “Footsteps of the Masters” pilgrimage. One was presented to tour leaders Kesheva and Daya Taylor as a gift from the pilgrims (left photo). The second was presented to Somnath and Sarita Ghosh (right photo) at … More Our Yogananda statue goes to India
After repeated surveys and multiple refinements we have completed the grading plans for the World Brotherhood Plaza area that will surround the standing Yogananda statue. Although the center of the plaza will be only about sixty feet away from the present Yogananda shrine, we will be able to keep the small shrine more or less … More Yogananda Gardens has plans