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About Arjun Nath

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My name is Arjun and I am a Hindu priest, healer and spiritual guide. I feel honored to present to you the work in which I have been trained and initiated, and for which I received the blessings of my masters.


As a Belgian national I lived and studied in India for 25 years where I had the great fortune of having been able to study with excellent teachers. At the age of 20, a Brahmin family in Viśakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, took me as their student and trained me in dharmic life. This spiritual way of living included vaidik thinking, jyotish, ayurveda, vaidik recitation and rituals. After some years they brought me into contact with Swami Sampūrṇānanda, a great saint who lived in Śrisailam. With him and his close disciples I studied various tāntrik sādhanas.


Eventually I shifted my base to Vārāṇasi, the glorious city of Lord Śiva and ancient center of learning. There I studied Sanskrit with paṇḍit Vāgīśa Śastri, which opened a whole new understanding of the scriptures. That enabled me to benefit from the teachings of the great tāntrik scholar Mark Dyczkowski. He is a student of Swami Lakshman Joo the great saint of Kashmiri Śaivism. Not only did he teach me the scriptures but he made me understand the importance of proper knowledge as a means of spiritual growth.

I met several other babas and spiritual masters with whom I studied and practiced until I finally met Kedarrāj Rājopādhyāya, my dīkṣa Guru, who initiated me in the ancient Kaula lineage. He lived in Bhaktapur, Nepal, where the old Kaula Tantra path is still being carefully preserved.

For 15 years I have worked as a Hindu priest, and have given pūjās and workshops in Europe, California and India. Presently, I am settled in Belgium, where we constructed a yajñaśālā (pūjāroom) with a consecrated ritual fire pit.


In 2021 I received permission to give initiation in mantra practice from my guru Kedarrāj Rājopādhyāya. With his grace I give mantradīkṣā and guide my students through the processes of tāntrik mantrasādhana.

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