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Sacred Vedic Arts

SVA is dedicated to offering immersive experiences through the arts and living culture of the Bhakti tradition.

“Our Gaudiya Vedanta Outreach Center in Hollywood, Florida, in operation for just over a year, has seen amazing success.”

Rooted in principles of love, inclusivity, and universal compassion, our vision is to become a world-renowned institution for the celebration and preservation of the Vedic arts.

Newly based in a 3,000+ sq.ft location in the Design District, our Sacred Vedic Arts Center is heralding and expanding into the Western-world, specifically Miami’s Contemporary Art scene, these works, which are already greatly popularized and collected in the homes of thousands of collectors in Western countries, and have had special prominence in Asian markets, collected and on permanent display in various museums and institutions throughout the world.

Sacred Vedic Arts manifests in the form of five arts: visual, performing, ceremonial, literary, and culinary. These five arts are likened to the petals of a lotus, with individual fragrances and beauty, and together they enhance the sweetness of the flower itself—the Vedic tradition.

Each of the arts symbolizes a profound pillar of both historical and spiritual significance, deeply rooted in the spiritual tradition of ancient India. The SVA vision blossoms on the determination we hold true to this history.

The five sacred Vedic arts – five magic medicines – originate in a world of three divine qualities – eternity, bliss, and knowledge (sat-cit- ananda). After engaging with the arts, people find meaning and purpose, a happy aim in life.

Our Purpose

Our purpose is to preserve and promote the rich cultural heritage of the Vedic tradition and provide a platform for spiritual enrichment, artistic expression, and community engagement.

Rooted in principles of love, inclusivity, and universal compassion, our vision is to become a world-renowned institution for the celebration and preservation of the Vedic arts.

Our Mission

Our mission is to awaken transcendent emotions in the hearts of modern audiences and to inspire dialogue and introspection into the human condition and the meaning of life in a way that is accessible and universal, yet deeply personal.

SVA’s diverse collections, exhibitions, programs, and performances reflect our roots in ancient India while also drawing from the works of contemporary artists inspired by the Bhaktivedanta School of Art around the world.

Our Offerings

Sacred Vedic Arts manifests in the form of five arts: visual, performing, ceremonial, literary, and culinary. These five arts are likened to the petals of a lotus, with individual fragrances and beauty, and together they enhance the sweetness of the flower itself—the Vedic tradition.

Each of the arts symbolizes a profound pillar of both historical and spiritual significance, deeply rooted in the spiritual tradition of ancient India. The SVA vision blossoms on the determination we hold true to this history.

The five sacred Vedic arts – five magic medicines – originate in a world of three divine qualities – eternity, bliss, and knowledge (sat-cit- ananda). After engaging with the arts, people find meaning and purpose, a happy aim in life.

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Rooted in principles of love, inclusivity, and universal compassion, our vision is to become a world-renowned institution for the celebration and preservation of the Vedic arts.

Newly based in a 3,000+ sq.ft location in the Design District, our Sacred Vedic Arts Center is heralding and expanding into the Western-world, specifically Miami’s Contemporary Art scene, these works, which are already greatly popularized and collected in the homes of thousands of collectors in Western countries, and have had special prominence in Asian markets, collected and on permanent display in various museums and institutions throughout the world.

Sacred Vedic Arts manifests in the form of five arts: visual, performing, ceremonial, literary, and culinary. These five arts are likened to the petals of a lotus, with individual fragrances and beauty, and together they enhance the sweetness of the flower itself—the Vedic tradition.

Each of the arts symbolizes a profound pillar of both historical and spiritual significance, deeply rooted in the spiritual tradition of ancient India. The SVA vision blossoms on the determination we hold true to this history.

The five sacred Vedic arts – five magic medicines – originate in a world of three divine qualities – eternity, bliss, and knowledge (sat-cit- ananda). After engaging with the arts, people find meaning and purpose, a happy aim in life.

Our Purpose

Our purpose is to preserve and promote the rich cultural heritage of the Vedic tradition and provide a platform for spiritual enrichment, artistic expression, and community engagement.
Rooted in principles of love, inclusivity, and universal compassion, our vision is to become a world-renowned institution for the celebration and preservation of the Vedic arts.

Our Mission

Our mission is to awaken transcendent emotions in the hearts of modern audiences and to inspire dialogue and introspection into the human condition and the meaning of life in a way that is accessible and universal, yet deeply personal.

SVA’s diverse collections, exhibitions, programs, and performances reflect our roots in ancient India while also drawing from the works of contemporary artists inspired by the Bhaktivedanta School of Art around the world.

Our Offerings

Sacred Vedic Arts manifests in the form of five arts: visual, performing, ceremonial, literary, and culinary. These five arts are likened to the petals of a lotus, with individual fragrances and beauty, and together they enhance the sweetness of the flower itself—the Vedic tradition.
Each of the arts symbolizes a profound pillar of both historical and spiritual significance, deeply rooted in the spiritual tradition of ancient India. The SVA vision blossoms on the determination we hold true to this history.

The five sacred Vedic arts – five magic medicines – originate in a world of three divine qualities – eternity, bliss, and knowledge (sat-cit- ananda). After engaging with the arts, people find meaning and purpose, a happy aim in life.

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Performing Arts

Ceremonial Arts

Literary Arts

Culinary Arts

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Visual Arts

Our core and initial offering is a collection of original paintings by Syamarani Dasi, each stroke painted under the direction of her Vaisnava teachers. The Bhakti-yoga temple acts also as an art gallery, displaying her 40 original pieces in SVA’s current collection.

The purpose of the exhibits is to preserve the legacy of Bhakti Art and share life-changing experiences with the public. All of the art pieces illustrate the ancient Vedic wisdom books, such as Bhagavad-Gita and Bhagavata Purana, and were manifested under the direction of great saints—self-realized souls dedicated to following the ancient wisdom texts elucidating the path of Bhakti-yoga. These saints are Srila A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami Maharaja. The art is imbued with their divine realizations.

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Performing Arts

SVA promotes and preserves the artistic tradition of Vedic music and dance. Each week visitors enter the temple to participate in kirtan and bhajan (devotional and meditational poems) as popularized by Sri Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu over 500 years ago.
We travel around the county to spread this culture, and we also invite top dance performers from India to perform for the Miami community. Their dances are paired with melodious singing of Vedic mantras and is often performed in front of artworks that were inspired by those mantras.

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Ceremonial Arts

Ceremonial Arts draw from the most esoteric and mystical depths of the rich Vedic culture. SVA‘s Bhakti- yoga temple features devotional ceremonies as outlined in the Bhakti literatures, offers educational discourses and personal development seminars.
These classes emphasize the significance of ethical living, the practice of vocal and silent mantra meditation, the significance of consciousness elevation through celebration in devotion, and daily worship ceremonies as practiced in India since ancient times. Practitioners feel an other-worldly calm, inner fulfillment, and let their stress melt away.

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Literary Arts

The literature of the Vaisnava saints —timeless texts coming down in the guru-paramparā (disciplic succession) of self-realized saints—provides insightful solutions to all the troubles of worldly existence. We serve in the pre-press operations (translating, editing, etc.), printing, and circulation of such books.

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Culinary Arts

Ahimsa, or nonviolence, is a core pillar of Vedic philosophy. The Culinary Arts component of SVA is living proof that vegetarian and vegan meals are healthy, sustainable, and delicious.

Syamarani Didi — President and Founder

Srimati Syamarani Didi, also known as Jadurani Dasi, is the driving force behind the success of GVO and the visionary of SVA. A painter of devotional art since 1966, she is known worldwide as both a master artist and teacher of Bhakti-yoga.

During a career spanning six decades, she has painted more than 300 works of devotional art with global impact. To date, over 550 million books featuring her artwork have been printed in 70 languages and at least 500,000 prints of her works are in circulation worldwide. Under the guidance of Srila Bhaktivedanta Narayana Gosvami Maharaja, she painted what is now one of the most famous art pieces in India: “Seva-kunja.” The painting was installed in a ceremony at the holy pilgrimage site of Sri Rupa- Sanatana Gaudiya Matha in Vrindavan. The fascinating journey of her life and career is detailed in her 2019 memoir, The Art of Spiritual Life.

The honorable prime minister of India, Narendra Modi, recognized her artistic prowess and cultural contributions to Indian cultural and spiritual traditions in 2020 at his residence. There, she gifted him a signed copy of her book Bhakti Art Illuminations, a comprehensive collection of her paintings. Modi was so impressed by her work that he later featured her on his radio show, Maan ki Bat, where he praised her role in carrying forward India’s spiritual and cultural traditions.

However, Syamarani’s influence extends far beyond being just an artist. She’s also recognized worldwide as one of the leading erudite scholars of Bhakti-yoga in the modern era, known also for publishing clarifications on esoteric philosophical conundrums that unite divergent schools of thought.

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