Indian Cooking Class
Sunday, July 8th, 3:00-6:00pm
Minimum Donation: $35
Limited Space Available
Registration for this event is required. Please either send a check payable to the Mataji Fund to Santosha for your donation; or forward verification of your donation to the Mataji Fund via email to confirm your registration for this event.
Vegetarian Indian Cooking For American Palates
A unique cooking class and dining experience
“When you help another person, you don’t even know how that act of giving or how many other people could be affected by generosity. This is why my heart is compelled to serve others in this way.” Urmilla Desai, Gurudev’s beloved wife
Join Chandrakant, senior Amrit Yoga teacher and Indian chef, for an entertaining afternoon of cooking, conversation and – of course – dining, as he prepares vegetarian Indian dishes in the unique style he learned from Mataji. Bring your appetite for fun (& your favorite wine, too)!
Proceeds go to the Mataji Fund
The Mataji Fund… a Living Legacy for the Women & Children of India
For details about the Mataji Fund, please go to
www.amrityoga.org main page and click on “Donate”.
Checks to Amrit Yoga Institute, memo for Mataji Fund
Chandrakant John Hiester has studied and practiced yoga and meditation with Gurudev for more than 30 years. He is a senior teacher skilled at blending his understanding and experience in simple engaging teachings and techniques. A preacher’s son, Vietnam-era veteran and a graduate of Rutger’s University, Chandrakant was privileged to know Bapuji personally at Sumneytown Ashram in the late 1970’s. Bapuji remains alive for Chandrakant as evidenced in stories he shares with students. He presents seminars and workshops nationwide. In April 2008, Gurudev bestowed on him the title of Yogacharya, preceptor of yoga.