Swami Ramdas, affectionately known as Beloved Papa, built Anandashram in 1931 on a hilltop on the outskirts of Kanhangad, Kerala, India. "The goal which the Ashram holds before it is Universal Love and Service based on a vision of divinity (Godliness) in all beings and animals of the earth," Papa said emphatically in his inaugural address. Every man, woman, and kid, regardless of denomination, creed, or caste, shall have unfettered access here. This is a location where every effort will be made to foster a culture of mutual love and service, so that what occurs within its walls might serve as an example of proper human behaviour in the outside world.

AyurYoga Eco-Ashram

The AyurYoga Eco-ashram is an 18-acre organic farm on the banks of the Kabini River, with panoramic views of the surrounding valleys and hills. Our position is far apart from the noise and bustle of the contemporary world, and it is bordered on all sides by agriculture fields, which turn quite scenic with the changing colours of each month as farmers produce and harvest various crop kinds all year.

Kriya Yoga Ashram

Kriyayoga Meditation Ashram was founded by Gnanananda Giri Maharaj to provide Kriya Yoga Meditation Knowledge and Satsangam, with an Honest, Humble and Humorous insight into Yogic Tradition and Wisdom.

Mata Amritanandamayi Ashram

In the Kollam area, Mata Amritanandamayi Math is located. Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, affectionately known as Amma by her devotees, founded it as a philanthropic and spiritual organisation in 1981. Amritanandamayi is known across the world as a spiritual leader and social reformer.

Neem Karoli Baba Ashram

A charming small ashram named Neem Karoli Baba Ashram is nestled in the sylvan slopes of the Himalayas in Uttarakhand. The ashram provides the ideal location for a calm and private vacation, with lush vegetation flourishing in the temple courtyard and tidy rooms nestled away around it.

Sivananda Dhanwantari Ashram

Neyyar Dam is home to the Sivananda Ashram. Discover classical yoga and meditation in the tropical splendour of south India, in a traditional ashram environment. We have classes and retreats for everyone, whether you are a novice or a seasoned practitioner.

Sri Aurobindo Ashram

The Sri Aurobindo Ashram is a spiritual community (ashram) in the Indian region of Puducherry, in Pondicherry. The ashram developed out of a small group of disciples who gathered around Sri Aurobindo when he left politics in 1910 and moved to Pondicherry. Sri Aurobindo retired from public view on November 24, 1926, after a great spiritual insight, in order to pursue his spiritual activity. At this time, he delegated complete responsibility for the sadhaks' (spiritual aspirants') inner and outward life, as well as the ashram, to his spiritual partner, "The Mother," formerly known as MirraAlfassa.As a result, this day is commonly referred to as the ashram's founding day, despite the fact that, as Sri Aurobindo himself stated, the ashram had "less been formed than developed around him as its centre."

Sri Rama Taraka Andhra Ashramam

The Rama Taraka Andhra Ashram, located near the Ganges' Kedar Ghat, is a great and cheap location to stay in Varanasi. The Sri Rama Taraka Ashram is one of the nicest ashrams in Varanasi; the rooms are spacious and well-kept, having both air conditioning and no air conditioning. The ashram's cuisine is both inexpensive and delicious. The Sri Rama Taraka Ashram is the finest location to stay whether you are visiting Varanasi for rituals, travel, or any religious occasion.

Sri Ramana Maharshi Ashram

Sri Ramana Ashram, also known as Sri Ramanasramam, was the ashram where Ramana Maharshi, a contemporary sage and Advaita Vedanta guru, lived from 1922 until 1950. Thousands of seekers gathered to be in his presence at the foot of the Arunachala hill, to the west of Tiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu. Devotees come from all over the world to visit his samadhi shrine.

Sri Sathya Sai Baba Ashram (Prasanthi Nilayam)

'The home of ultimate tranquilly,' Prasanthi Nilayam implies. It is Sri Sathya Sai Baba's primary ashram, located near the village of Puttaparthi on the undulating hills to the east of the river Chitravathi. Take a virtual tour of the sights in and surrounding Prasanthi Nilayam by clicking on the links below.

Sudhanshu Maharaj Ashram

His Holiness is a saint. Shri Sudhnshu Ji Mahrj - A visionary man who really thinks that true service to humanity is true service to the Divine, grew a little plant with the seeds of his ideas and named it Vishwa Jgriti Mission (VJM – meaning World Awareness).

Swami Dayananda Ashram

Swami Dayananda Saraswati, an internationally recognised Vedanta teacher and greatest Sanskrit scholar, founded Swami Dayananda Ashram in Rishikesh in the 1960s. The Ashram is located on the banks of the Holy Ganga in a secluded area close to the airport and train facilities. The ashram is 21 kilometres from Dehradun Airport and 3 kilometres from the Dehradun Rail Station.

Sadhu Vaswani Ashram

The Sadhu Vaswani Mission seeks to bear witness to the truth that there is but one life flowing in all men, birds, animals, things animate and inanimate. It believes that life must have a spiritual orientation and promotes the practice of kirtans, prayers, meditation & above all, love for others.

Yoga Niketan Ashram, Rishikesh

Yoga Niketan is one of Rishikesh's oldest Ashrams. It was founded in 1964 by Yogacharya Swami Yogeshwarananda Saraswati Maharaj Ji on a peaceful hill near the holy river Ganga with the express goal of teaching yogvidya and spirituality throughout the globe.

YogodaSatsanga Ashram

Yogoda Satsanga Society of India's more than 200 Kendras, Mandalis, Retreats, and Ashrams are open to spiritual seekers throughout India and Nepal. Weekly services, group meditations, and other inspiring programmes are all available. Children's Sunday School programmes are also available in a variety of places.

Omkarananda Ashram Himalayas

Omkarananda Ganga Sadan is a lovely guest home in Rishikesh (Muni-ki-reti) that offers lodging directly on the banks of the Ganga. The accommodations are comfortable and well-kept, with a beautiful view of the holy river and surrounding hills. Yoga and philosophy books are accessible. The Patanjala Yoga Kendra for Iyengar Yoga is also located near Omkarananda Ganga Sadan. The Omkarananda Public Ghat allows for easy access to the sacred Ganga. The pious and serene environment of the Ghat is enhanced by daily offers of prayers and Arati to the holy Ganga, followed by Satsang and meditation.