About Devi Nidhi & Neha Saraswat...

Shri Krishna Kirtan

Devi Nidhi & Neha Saraswat

 

Devi Nidhi and Neha Saraswat are very well-known preachers of the Shrimad Bhagwad Katha, Bhagwad Gita and Ramayana. Born in the small village of Udaypur, Aligarh, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, both are considered to be the youngest and most effective preachers of these sacred texts. Devi Nidhi and Neha Saraswat, mother Smt. Poonam Sharma, wife of Mr Vinod Kumar Sharma, belong to a very well respected Brahman family.  Both are fluent in the Aadi Vrindavan language spoken in their home village, Hindi, and English.  

Devi Nidhi and Neha’s passionate, heartfelt speeches create an atmosphere of peace and harmony, using the stories of Lord Krishna to effectively teach audiences about living their lives to the fullest, through positivity and steadiness, whilst providing practical solutions to the problems faced in the current age. Though both are very young, their moving speeches and emotion-filled bhajans have created a special place in the hearts of devotees all over the world.

Deviji’s work has been recognised in India and internationally. Devi Nidhi and Neha were awarded ‘The International Bhagwad Gita Scholar’ award at the home of British government, The Houses of Parliament, on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on 2nd October 2017. A few days later, Deviji’s were awarded for their work in creating Peace & Harmony from Mayor of the London Borough of Brent, Bhagwanji Chohan. In Delhi, India, on the auspicious occasion of Mahashivratri, both were awarded the ‘Rising Daughters of India’ award from Mr Vijay Goel (Honourable Minister of State responsible for the Prime Minister’s office), Mr Bob Blackman (Member of Parliament, Harrow East, London), Mr Simon Ovens (HM The Queen’s Representative DL) and H.H. Shri Rajrajeshwar Guruji (Internationally acclaimed spiritual Leader). Devi Nidhi and Neha were once again recognised at the UK Houses of Parliament on 21st June 2018, International Yoga Day, presented with the ‘Indian Spiritual Ambassador’ award by Mr Bob Blackman (Member of Parliament, Harrow East, London) and Mr Simon Ovens (HM The Queen’s Representative DL).

Known affectionately as the ‘Yugal Jodi,’ sisters Devi Nidhi and Neha Saraswat are communicating ‘Hari Naam’ in their own unique style, through their Yugal Bandi on the auspicious Vyas Peeth, effectively communicating the message of Lord Krishna to the world.