- Melbourne Book Launch
- 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
The Sanskrit word “Parampara” means an uninterrupted row, succession or sequence and refers to the lineage of teachers and disciples in Indian religions. All traditional Gurus have their proper Guru paramparas.
The Natha Sampradaya (the Natha Tradition) consists of the 12 principal Panths (branches or subdivisions (streams). Each of them has its own lineage of Gurus. The Panths were founded by famous Siddha-Gurus customarily as a rule originating from Adinath, Matsyendranath and Gorakshanath. A Panth can also have more than one Parampara. This is due to the fact that its founding Guru had various Gurus with different Paramparas. In some cases Natha Gurus can be listed in Siddha, Tantric, Vaishnava, or even Buddhist lineages what may be somewhat confusing, but not surprising because the Natha Sampradaya is a nonsectarian Tradition.
In 2004 our Guru, Yogi Matsyendranath Maharaj, was initiated as an aughar by Guru Yogi Mithileshnath Maharaj who belongs to the Dharmanathi Panth (Devi Patan, India) of the Natha Sampradaya. Thanks to him, Yogi Matsyendranath received all further initiations and the right to teach the Nath Tradition. According to the rules of the Sampradaya, Yogi Matsyendranath accepted Guruji Mithileshnath Maharaj as his mula-Guru (primary Guru) and the Dharmanathi Panth as the principal one.
Below two lineages of our Guru in the Dharmanath Panth are indicated. One lineage is connected to Tantric Gurus:
Adinatha → Atrinath → Dattatreya → Janardana → Ekanatha → Nityananda → Krishnananda → Vishibananda → Muhranatha → Ranganatha → Gopalanatha → Balabhadranatha → Dilvarnatha → Sundarnatha → Brahmanatha → Gambhirnatha → Digvijayanatha → Navaminatha → Kamalnatha → Mithileshnatha → Matsyendranath
The other lineage consists of only Natha Gurus. The dates indicate the period when a particular Guru was serving as a Mahant (which means “chief officiant of a temple”). For more information about the Guru, please click here.