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Welcome to Mali


Mali is a landlocked country in West Africa.

Mali is the eighth-largest country in Africa.


The country is bordered on the north by Algeria, on the east by Niger, on the northwest by Mauritania, on the south by Burkina Faso and Côte d'Ivoire, and on the west by Guinea and Senegal.

The population of Mali is 21.9 million. 67% of its population was estimated to be under the age of 25 in 2017.

Its capital and largest city is Bamako. It has 13 official languages, of which Bambara is the most spoken one.

Sahaja Yoga in Mali:

Sahaja yoga began in Mali with the arrival of the Ivorian and Belgian brothers, each of them in different delegations.

The number of active Sahaja yogi living is three.

The collective only meets occasionally. We do not have a beginner program.

We remain very alert on the dissemination of Sahaj Yoga information in Mali. 


Samake Ibrahima: .+22351421273

Justin Kabore: .+22392796523

Shri Mataji mentions Mali seeker from Mali attended meeting - 1986 02 19.
Mother mentioned in talk in 1986 01 06 a man called Mr Mali.
1979 04 16 Seeker says he is from Mali

Talk in Philippa Pullar’s House, Barnes Common, London (UK), 16 April 1979

Shri Mataji: How do you do? Come along, come, come! Who else is there – not realized? You are not? All right! What’s your name? SEEKER: Sako, s-a-k-o from Paris. Shri Mataji: Sako, from? SEEKER: From Paris. Shri Mataji: From Paris! Oh I see. Yogi: He came with Oliver [??], as far as I know. Shri Mataji: He came to the ashram, is it? You see, you are from, otherwise from Mauritius? SEEKER: I come from Africa, West-Africa. Shri Mataji: West, what part? What? SEEKER: Mali. Near Algeria. Shri Mataji: Oh I see. We have an Algerian here. Yogi: Yeah! Shri Mataji: Yes, we have an Algerian. Good. We have from Mauritius also. We have met people from Mauritius, don’t you think so?

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