‘Chareiveti’ is the name of the project under which AZIMVTH organises and joins private and public spiritual walks independently as well as with collaboration of partners. The project deals with an applied aspect of spirituality.
Charaiveti Mantra (33.3) is from ‘Aitreya Brahman’ which was written in about 750 B.C.
The mantra is not used as a prayer and can be considered as an aphorism that is an applied aspect of spiritual thoughts in line with ‘Walk the Talk’.
It is a set of 5 mantras, each ending with ‘chareiveti’ which means ‘keep walking’.
Some of the recent initiatives are mentioned below.
- Walking is Meditation: Foot Pilgrimage of 5000 km from Istanbul to Haridwar
A French couple completed 5000 km long pilgrimage on foot from Istanbul, Turkey to Haridwar, India!
- Yamuna Comes to Ganga: A Walking Expedition by 2 French Computer Scientists.
Two European professors of computer science walk a hundred kilometre and arrive in Haridwar, India.
- In the Footsteps of Guru Nanak: 515 Years Later on Kartik Purnima 2019.
In the footsteps of Guru Nanak ji.
- A Short Walk in the Hindu Sukh.
Three staff-members of The Milford Track, a UNESCO heritage site in New Zealand and since 1908, labelled as ‘the finest walk in the world’ visit / spend a month training at AZIMVTH.
- Chareiveti Mantra: For Walkers, Joggers, and, Movers & Shakers.
Backgrounder on Mantra for walkers, joggers, swimmers, and movers. And shakers!
- Searching for the lost Ashram of Madeleine Slade in Haridwar.
Advanace commemoration of the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
- A River on Shoulders: Kanwar Pilgrimage.
Over ten million people come walking to Haridwar for the annual pilgrimage making it one of the largest walks of the world.
To express an interest with Chareiveti Spiritual Walks, complete and submit the form given below.