Few ‘Hatha-Yogis’ doing ‘Surya-sadhana’ sitting on sand at 43- 47 degree temperature !

Sadhu sitting on sand in hot sun and doing ‘sadhana’

Ujjain : Different kinds of Sadhus came for Simhastha Parva and became centre of attraction of people. Some of them were doing ‘sadhana’ whole day in hot sun. On one hand, people were not going out due to severe heat as they were immediately affected. Madhya Pradesh Government also issued ‘Orange’ alert and instructed people not to go out between 1.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m. On the other hand, Sadhu Radhikanandaji Maharaj was peacefully sitting on sand with eyes closed; despite 43-47 degree temperature on Bhukhimata Road at Ujedkheda in Simhastha Parva. 

1. Four sadhus were sitting in severe heat near petrol pump, Ujedkheda, Badnagar Highway for ‘sadhana’. On asked about the same, they said that their ‘sadhana’ started on the day of Vasant Panchami and will go on for 4 months. They are from North India where they started such ‘sadhana’. They wear only a ‘langot / loin cloth’. They have come here as Simhastha Parva started. As the Parva is ending, they will be going back to their place from where they came and continue their ‘sadhana’.

2. A reporter of ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’ bowed from a distance before a Sadhu sitting in sun. He opened his eyes, called him and gave some grapes kept in water in an earthen pot near him. Then he went back to his ‘sadhana’. Whole body gets burnt in the hot sun but these Sadhus continue their ‘sadhana’ without taking break. When inquired about writing news on them, he said, “You can take permission of our Guru and then publish news and photo.” It showed their obedience. He was told about the exhibition held by Sanatan Sanstha at Simhastha-kshetra.

3. Few Sadhus were not only sitting in hot sun for ‘sadhana’ but had also lighted fire on all sides.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat

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