Shree Shivkrupanand Swami

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Shree Shivkrupanand Swami
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Born (1954-11-08) November 8, 1954 (age 69)
EducationMaster’s degree
OccupationSpiritual Master
Years active1999 – present
OrganizationShree Shivkrupanand Swami Foundation
Known forSamarpan Meditation

Shree Shivkrupanand Swami (born 8th November 1954) also known as Baba Swami is a spiritual master and author who is the founder of Samarpan Dhyanyog (meditation) Technique. Baba Swami is a devout practitioner and teacher of this technique and believes in sharing it with all mankind free of charge.[1]

Baba Swami having attained enlightenment, serves back to mankind as a means to spread his learning and help people to become one with the Universal Consciousness and experience inner peace. Samarpan Dhyanyog is being practiced in several countries around the world including India, USA, Canada, Peru, United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, South Africa, Mauritius and the UAE.[2][3] He has also conducted several workshops including mega 8 days workshops all around the world which were widely recognised.[4]

Baba Swami has authored 6 books that incorporate his journey and teachings and are available on online as well as physical platforms.[5]

Early life and education

Baba Swami was born in a middle class Maharashtrian family. Being brought up in a religious family himself, Baba Swami was inclined towards understanding the divine existence of and consciousness of God. From a very young age, he started questioning the followers of several religions and set out on the journey to gain knowledge and answers for himself.

Baba Swami independently earned financial support for himself by tutoring students in order to complete his education. He later on pursued a master’s degree in Business Studies.

Spiritual Journey

Baba Swami throughout his lifetime stayed connected with meditation. During his deep meditative trance state, he always envisioned three images consecutively. These were that of a Pashupatinath temple located in Nepal, an ascetic, 6 feet tall with fair skin, blue eyes and a long white beard and a temple of Lord Shiva on a hillock. Baba Swami’s spiritual journey unfolds in a similar pattern as seen in these visions.

Phase 1

Baba Swami’s spiritual journey started unexpectedly when he visited Kanpur as a part of the job he was doing at that time in Calcutta. Due to an unfortunate series of events, his work was delayed as all the banks were on strike, this is when Baba Swami unexpectedly decided to visit Lord Pashupatinath Temple in Nepal. During his visit to this holy place, Baba Swami met an old gentleman from Sudur Shibu Village. He had an interesting conversation with him where the old gentleman suggested that Shiv Baba was waiting for Baba Swami. This is when Baba Swami had an encounter with the same ascetic whom he saw in his meditative visions. Shiv Baba enlightened Baba Swami and transferred all his spiritual energies into him. This marked the beginning of Baba Swami’s spiritual progress.

Phase 2

After his return from Nepal, Baba Swami continued his job and soon got married and had a son. When his son was 18 months old, another Guru visited Baba Swami’s house and requested his presence for a journey to the Himalayas. Shree Shivkrupanand Swami began the next phase of his spiritual transcendence when he met several sages, ascetics and Kaivalya Kumbhak Yogis who became his Gurus. Whilst performing service to the Gurus, Baba Swami obtained a tremendous amount of spiritual knowledge.

It was during this phase that Shree Shivkrupanand Swami received the hidden knowledge about the meditation technique, the one that paves the path for the human soul's liberation (Moksha). He learned that this meditation technique operates beyond religion, race, language and Gender.[6]

Phase 3

Shree Shivkrupanand Swami brought his learning and the meditation technique to society as commanded by his Gurus. This is how Baba Swami founded Samarpan Dhyanyog, Samarpan (originating from his own experience of giving in to the commands of gurus/masters).[7] The objective of Shree Shivkrupanand Swamiji's life became the spiritual empowerment of all mankind and enlightening them on to the path of liberation free of cost.


After completing his Master’s degree in Business Studies, Baba Swami began working as a marketing manager for a company in Calcutta. During the course of his job, Baba Swami travelled across India and visited places of scenic beauty and spiritual importance. Learning with experience, having spiritual discussions with people, Baba Swami acquired a tremendous amount of knowledge.[8]

Baba Swami founded Samarpan Dhyanyog, a meditation technique derived from the ancient meditation technique that was practised by the Himalayan sages.[9] Samarpan means complete and unconditional surrender (of negativity, of the ego and of thoughts of the past and the future) so that people can experience a connection with the divine. This technique incorporates a state of thoughtlessness. Samarpan Dhyanyog is based on spiritual experience and attaining a place in one’s mind that transcends caste, religion, country, language and gender. The main objective of Samarpan Dhyanyog is the attainment of a high spiritual state by all of mankind and establishment of soul level relationship with oneself. It aims at bringing the idea “the world as one family" to life.[10][11]

In 2017, Baba Swami took his journey of attaining inner peace to another level by attempting the Guinness Book of world record for largest online meditation session. He also conducted a Yog camp for Indian Parliamentarians after accepting the invitation of Ayush Mantralaya.[12][13][14][15]

Selected publications


Samarpan Ashrams around the world -

  • Dandi, Navsari
  • Kutch Samarpan Ashram - in Punadi, Bhuj
  • Rajasthan Samarpan Ashram, Aradka, Ajmer
  • Goa Samarpan Ashram, Shiroda
  • Sindhavadar Samarpan Ashram, Wankaner, Morbi, near Rajkot
  • Samarpan Ashram, Long Acre, UK
  • Samarpan Ashram, Saint-Colomban, Quebec

In the media


  1. "H.H. Shivkrupanand Swami". Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  2. "Federal Corporation Information - 449956-5 - Online Filing Centre - Corporations Canada - Corporations - Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada". Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  3. Range, Irangika. "Journey to Inner Peace: A Samarpan Meditation event". Daily News. Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  4. "LC Catalog - Item Information (Full Record)". Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  5. "H.H. Shivkrupanand Swami". Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  6. "દાંડી સ્થિત સમર્પણ આશ્રમના સ્વામી શ્રીલંકાની મુલાકાતે, PM સાથે કરી બેઠક". Divya Bhaskar (in ગુજરાતી). 2016-08-15. Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  7. "SHREE SHIVKRUPANAND SWAMI FOUNDATION - Company, directors and contact details | Zauba Corp". Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  8. UK, Aura Photo Clinic, London (2016-07-05), English: Shivkrupanand Swami's aura photo taken in Aura photo clinic, London, retrieved 2020-09-01{{citation}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  9. Range, Irangika. "Journey to Inner Peace: A Samarpan Meditation event". Daily News. Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  10. "Madhuchaitanya - Apps on Google Play". Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  11. India, Ministry of AYUSH, New Delhi (2015-05-04), English: Samman Patra to Sri Shivkrupanand Swami from Indian Parliament for conducting meditation camp in 2015, retrieved 2020-09-01{{citation}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)
  12. "Ministry of AYUSH to Hold Yoga Camp for Parliamentarians From April 27". Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  13. "Ministry of AYUSH to Hold Yoga Camp for Parliamentarians From April 27". Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  14. "AYUSH to hold Yoga camp for Parliamentarians from April 27 | Kalvimalar - News". Retrieved 2020-09-01.
  15. India, Ministry of AYUSH, New Delhi (2015-05-04), English: Letter of Commendation to Sri Shivkrupanand Swami from Indian Parliament for conducting meditation camp in 2015, retrieved 2020-09-01{{citation}}: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list (link)

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