- Biography of a Russian Yogi
- Satsangs of Yogi Matsyendranatha Maharaj in Berlin
- Seminars and trainings in June-July 2015 (France)
- Diwali festival on October 23
- Kali Jayanti 16 October
- Interfaith teaching and meditation
- Navaratri: The worship of Goddess Durga, 25 September - 4 October
- Seminar in Barcelona 12 July 2014
- "Dvadashanta" and "The Worship of the Goddess Tripura Sundari"
- Seminars of Yogi Matsyendranath Maharaj in France
- Seminar in India
- Deepavali – the festival of lights, dedicated to the Goddess Lakshmi
- Yogi Matsyendranath's Satsang in Latvia (February, 2012). English subtitles.
- Satsangs in Riga by Guru Yogi Matsyendranath. 7-9 June 2013
- Satsang in Tallin by Guru Yogi Matsyendranath. 5-6 January 2013
- Seminar in Tallin (Estonia)
- Natha-Meeting in Riga
- Natha Yoga Workshop in Europe with Yogi Matsyendranatha Maharaj
- Ukraine satsangs video released
- DVD of satsang in Riga, Latvia (2010)
Yoga and Tantra
The dictionary is designed for those who are interested in Hinduism, especially Nathas tradition. It is a compilation of articles from various sources (links to the sources will be indicated where possible).
Dictionary doesn`t claim to be an encyclopedia. It contains of the most common interpretations of words necessary for beginners in the study of yoga and tantra, and features terms specific to sadhana of the Nath yogis.
Most of the terms in dictionary refer to the traditions of Yoga and Tantra. Terms come from Sanskrit (some from Hindi). In this regard, following aspects should be considered:
Despite of the fact that the official language of India is Hindi, in the texts of yoga and tantra, as well as in mantras, often words are formed by blending several Indian languages and dialects. All these languages, as a rule, differ in spelling and pronunciation among themselves;
Same script is used in Sanskrit and Hindi - devanagari. Large number of words borrowed from Sanskrit or formed on its basis are used in Hindi. The important difference between the words pronounced in Hindi from Sanskrit is that Hindi the final "a" is not pronounced, although the spelling and meaning of the word in both languages will be the same. Example: natha - in Sanskrit, but nath - in Hindi.