1. After the successful completion of Rudraksha Exhibitions at Amraoti, Akola and Nagpur , Rudra Jyoti received several fresh enquiry from customers from these areas and some of them visited our office. Shri Kamal Seetha attended them and gave recommendations of Rudraksha and also advised for Yog, Pranayam and Chakra Saadhana as per their needs.
2. Ms Yoko Kobayashi from Japan visited office and meditation centre3 of Rudra Jyoti, Nagpur from 28th April till 2nd May 2018. She was introduced about Rudraksha , its identification and selection procedure. She also attended a session for Chakra Dhyan , at the meditation centre located near Nagpur.
3. During the 3 day stay Ms Yoko San charmed everyone by her sweet nature and keen desire to learn about Indian culture. Being fond of Indian vegetarian cuisine, she was taken to different restaurants in the city and also she visited Centra Provinces Club, Nagpur (estd 1931).
4. Rudraksha trees of Nepal origin are growing at the Rudra Jyoti farm house just 13 Km away from Nagpur city centre. These are about 6 years old. They should flower and bear fruits from next year.
5. Distant Aura testing can now be done at our centre. The study of aura of spaces of house/office/factory helps in finding out negative areas. Human aura also can be measured just by sending us a recent photograph over our mail. For details please contact us.
6. Rudraksha plantation on state forest department’s menu for eco-tourism development:
Devout worshippers and collectors of exotic beads have always pointed to Nepal as the only safe bet while buying authentic rudrakshas. All that, however, could soon be history. If the state government’s efforts are successful, Bhimashankar, the Jyotirlinga shrine 120 km from Pune, could become the next rudraksha hotspot, making it the first site for cultivation of this exotic bead in India.