Sri M Talks Bangalore : Nov 2,3,4 – 2018

The Satsang Foundation invites you to a talk on “Towards Greater Awareness, Essence of the Upanishads”.

The talk will be delivered by Sri M at Freedom Park on Nov 2nd, 3rd & 4th at 6.30 PM. The entire topic will be covered in 3 sessions over these  3 days. On Nov 2nd (Day – 1) please be seated by 5.45 PM for a 30 Min Bhajan session by Tara Kini before the Talks.


About Sri M 

Sri M was born in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. At the age of nineteen and a half, attracted by a strange and irresistible urge to go to the Himalayas, he left home. At the Vyasa cave, beyond the Himalayan shrine of Badrinath, he met his Master and lived with him for three and a half years wandering freely, the length and breadth of the snow clad Himalayan region. What he learnt from his Master Maheshwarnath Babaji transformed his consciousness totally. Back in the plains he lived a normal life as instructed by his Master. But he was constantly preparing himself to teach all that he had learnt and experienced. At a signal from his Master he entered the teaching phase of his life. Sri M is today a renowned Master of Kriya Yoga, Vedanata, The Bhagwat Gita and Sufism and has delivered talks all over the world, at home in the religious teachings of most major religions.

Sri M born as Mumtaz Ali Khan, often says “Go to the Core. Theories are of no use”. Based out of Madanapalli (A small town in Andhra Pradesh 120 Km from Bangalore) Sri M leads a simple life – teaching and heading “The Satsang Foundation” a charitable concern promoting excellence in Education, Health Care and Unity amongst all. He also heads the Manav Ekta Foundation. His autobiography “Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master – A Yogi’s Autobiography” is a bestseller. His fictional book “Shunya” is one of the national best sellers in the Mind, Body, Spirit section of AMAZON. (For more information on Sri M visit

How you can contribute for the Nov 2nd, 3rd, 4th event 

This program is put together with the voluntary contribution of friends and well wishers of the Satsang Foundation and devotees of Sri M. If you would like to contribute

By Bank Transfer
Account No: 910010018440471
Type of Account: Savings
Branch: Cox Town Branch, Prestige Lion Gate, Municipal No. 6, Mosque Road, Bengaluru 560 005
Branch IFSC No: UTIB0000231
Please add ‘Bengaluru Events’ in the Notes option in the Payments Section.

After making the payment please share the following details at +91 9845218532 – Name in Bank Account, Bank from Which Transfer was done, Transaction ID, Mobile Number.

For any assistance required feel free to contact the organisers at or +91 9686938895

Where is Freedom Park Located 

It is centrally located at Seshadri Road, Gandhi Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560009. Ample Car Parking is available. The closest Metro Station is Vidhan Soudha or Sir M Vishwesharaya (1 Km from both stations). There will be open air seating in a natural green surrounding. Weather in Nov may be cool – so please dress accordingly.

What is the duration of the talk. 

The Talk will start at 6.30 PM sharp. Please be seated by 6 PM. On Day – 1 there is a musical program for 30 Min that will start at 6 PM. Talk duration each day is expected to be 60 – 90 minutes. There will be no Prasad / Food served after the event.

Are the Talks on 3 days on the same Topic

The Topic for the Talk on all 3 days is “Towards Greater Awareness, Essence of the Upanishads“. It is an extended talk that will run in continuation over 3 days.

Will there be an opportunity to meet Sri M 1 : 1 during these events

There will be no 1 : 1 meetings during these sessions.

Do I need to register for this event

There is no registration required – and the event is free. So please do get your friends and family for the event.

Will I get 80 G benefit on my donations 

Yes. All donations to The Satsang Foundation are exempt from Income Tax U/S 80 G of the IT Act.This exemption is applicable for Indian Tax payers and is not valid for foreign nationals. For all receipts, please contact Manjula on or call on 080 2548 0062.

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