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Our Founder - Dr.Brahmarshi Pitamaha Patriji 



          “Subhash” was born in the year 1947 at Shakkarnagar, Bodhan, Nizamabad dist. (Andhra Pradesh) to Patri Venkata Ramana Rao and Savitri Devi. “Subhash” became enlightened in the year 1979, after some serious experiments with meditation. Since then, Patriji began striving hard to awaken and enlighten each and every individual. In the year 1997, in the temple town of Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, all the pyramid masters gathered and conferred the title of “Brahmarshi” on Patriji. Recently, in the year 2018, at the Global Festival of Spiritual Scientists in Pyramid Valley International in Bengaluru, Patriji was conferred the title “Pitamaha” by the collectivity of Himalayan masters.




          The sole concept of ‘Enjoyment Science Academy’ is to educate people in happy living and educate about spiritual awareness through activities like dance,  music, and other arts. Through participating in these activities we utilize our time with greater determination and enthusiasm.

          What is Enjoyment Science?  Every soul took a human form on this mother earth to experience the desired happiness. Enjoyment Science is all about assembling various principles that explain how many forms we can experience happiness and how can we lead a life in absolute happiness, enjoying every moment!


    Aanandho Brahma? Brahma means God and the state of being happy itself is being God! This is what Aanandho Brahma tries to propagate. Experiencing true happiness every moment implies that you reached the state of Aanandho Brahma! As per Vedās in India :

  • Bhooriti Brahma’ - Bhoo means the Greatest. So the greatest thing is named as Brahma. 

  • Pragnaanam Brahma’  - Pragnaanam means having the Soul Wisdom is the greatest thing and the state of being Brahma.

  • Aanandho Brahma’  - Aanandho means to live every moment in blissful happiness is the state of being Brahma!






Parvati is the Hindu goddess of fertility, love, beauty, harmony, marriage, children, and devotion; as well as of divine strength and power.   


Parvati is a form of Shakti. In Shaivism, she is the recreative energy and power of Shiva, and she is the cause of a bond that connects all beings and a means of their spiritual release.

Goddess Parvati has a charming personality. Married women adore Parvati for her happy married life. Picture of Lord Shiva, Parvathi and their sons Ganesha and Kartikeya depicts an ideal example of family unity and love.



Saraswati (also Sarasvati) is the Hindu goddess of learning, wisdom, music, and aesthetics.

In Vedic literature, Saraswati acquires the same significance for early Indians (states John Muir) as that accredited to the river Ganges by their modern descendants. In hymns of Book 10 of Rigveda, she is already declared to be the "possessor of knowledge".

Her importance grows in Vedas composed after Rigveda and in Brahmanas, and the word evolves in its meaning from "waters that purify", to "that which purifies", to "vach (speech) that purifies", to "knowledge that purifies", and ultimately into a spiritual concept of a goddess that embodies knowledge, arts, music, melody, muse, language, rhetoric, eloquence, creative work and anything whose flow purifies the essence and self of a person.In Upanishads and Dharma Sastras,


                                                 Saraswati is invoked to remind the reader to meditate on virtue, virtuous emoluments, the meaning and the very essence of one's activity, one's action.

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