Rishi Prabhakar

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Sri Rishi Prabhakar
Guruji Shri Rishi Prabhakar 1.jpg
Parama Pujya Yoga Bramha Sri Rishi Prabhakar
Born Raghavendra Prabhakar
28 Aug 1947
Doddaballapur, Karnataka.
Died 16 Feb 2014
Bangalore, Karnataka
Residence 175, 31st cross, 11th main, 4th Block, Jayanagar, Bangalore.
Nationality Canadian
Years active 40 years
Spouse(s) Arundhati Prabhakar
Children Siddhant Prabhakar

Sri Rishi Prabhakar is the founder of Rishi Samskruti Vidya Kendra. He also developed many programs like Siddha Samadhi Yoga, KayaKalpaKriya, Hundread Percent Memory and many other programs for the well being of humanity.[1]


Prabhakar oversaw an organization with 100 ashrams in 20 cities. SSY's headquarters are located at a 32-acre campus in Rishi Tapokshetra which is "a yoga finishing school of sorts for a three-day advanced course".[1] Gurujis organization has a cancer research center whose goal is to eliminate cancer through yoga and healthy eating.[citation needed] He was on the Board of World Religious Leaders for the Elijah Interfaith Institute.[2]

According to Prabakhar's web site, he received his spiritual training from his guru, Bhagwan Visweswaraiah and Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.[citation needed]

Personal life[edit]

Rishi Prabhakar was married to Arundhati Ma and has a son Sidhhanth. Swami ji left his body on 16 February 2014 at Bangalore Karnataka.


  1. ^ a b Venkatesha Babu; Rahul Sachitanand (March 26, 2006) Bangalore's Spiritual Boulevard A stretch of road in rural Bangalore houses three major ashrams, attracting thousands of mainly young, well-to-do techie followers who are looking to de-stress. Venkatesha Babu and Rahul Sachitanand tried to do so as well, Business Today, retrieved Oct 3, 2012
  2. ^ "Leaders of Religions of India". Elijah Interfaith. 2007-05-18. Retrieved 2012-10-02. 

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