Things that will amaze you about The Art of Living Ashrams in India

An ashram is a Sanskrit word that means without any work or labor. According to the spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, an ashram is a lighthouse of love and compassion for all the human race. It is a home away from home to unite people from different spheres of life with different backgrounds and
 
Things that will amaze you about The Art of Living Ashrams in India Things that will amaze you about The Art of Living Ashrams in India

An ashram is a Sanskrit word that means without any work or labor. According to the spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, an ashram is a lighthouse of love and compassion for all the human race. It is a home away from home to unite people from different spheres of life with different backgrounds and philosophies.

So, when one visits an ashram at any point in their lives, they are able to drop all that is weighing them like fears, insecurities, anxiety, etc., and helps them attain eternal peace and rest. The Art of Living has set up many ashrams all over the globe for the past 37 years. These ashrams provide self-development and self-reflection to visitors and people from all religions, faiths, backgrounds, age groups find a commonplace to search for the answers that are bothering their minds.

The Art of Living’s International Centre is located in Bangalore in Karnataka, which is spread over 65 acres. The centre has beautiful natural surroundings along with a meditation centre called Vishalakshi Mantap. If one wants to visit the centre, they can locate it at 21st Km Kanakapura Road, Udayapura, Bangalore-560 082.

The Art of Living has established ashrams in various parts of India such as in North India, West India, East India, and South India. Here we will mention some of them.

Bodhgaya in Bihar is a pilgrimage place that is related to spiritual leader Gautama Buddha. The ashram of Art of Living is called moksha dhaam and is located nine km away from Bodhgaya.

In Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, an ashram of the Art of Living is just a few km away from the holy Ganga. One can feel freer and practice yoga on the banks of the Ganga.

In Trivandrum in Kerala, an ashram is set up with four meditation halls and an outdoor auditorium. One can feel the traditional temple-like architecture of Kerala in the ashram.

In Pune in Maharashtra, the Art of Living ashram has many meditation halls, riverside rooms, Veda Pathashala, etc. spread across 40 acres of land.