Swami Yogeshwaranand Paramhansa formerly known as Vyas Devji was one of the greatest
Yogis of the 20th century.
At the age of fourteen he left a comfortable home to live a life of extreme austerity, mainly in
the Himalayas, practicing all that is outlined in the Hindu Scriptures for the sole purpose of
soul’s realization and for God. His entire life was spent devoted to the ancient science of Yoga
and to impart the valuable knowledge he had gathered from many great ascetics as well as
from his own spiritual experiences.
He has left behind a vast collection of very well documented books, kept in Ashram’s library.
Swamiji merged with the Brahma on April 23, 1985.