Yoga Retreat at
Shri Shaktidarshan Yogashram
Join Paramjit on a spiritual Ashram visit
Paramjit has a very strong and close connection with her Guruji Dev Baba ever since the very first time she stepped into the gate of Shri Shaktidarshan Yogashram. Today, she finds great joy in hosting workshops and camps in this magical place with the presence and assistance of Guruji Dev Baba. The energy at the Ashram needs to be experienced first hand. It is truly life changing.
About Guruji Dev Baba
Shri Dev Baba known to all his sadhaks (disciples) as ‘Guruji’ was initiated into the Himalayan traditions in 1976 by his first great Master in Amarnath. Since then Guruji has dedicated his life to Yoga and Meditation, teaching thousands of sadhaks all over India and in his Ashram since 1994.
Guruji first meditated on the land which the ashram is now situated. This land was donated by a Devotee and all donations there on from sadhaks helped construct Shri Shaktidarshan Yogashram.
Location & Accommodation
Shri Shakthi Darshana Yogashram is located 30km from Mangalore airport in Karnataka, India. The serene ambiance of the ashram promotes feelings of peace and joy, one can not help basking in its tranquil yet vibrant environment.
The Ashram is home to over 50 sacred cows. Among many different Indian breeds seen here, is the special Kapila cow which was mentioned in the Upanishads. Cows are the only species in the world whose products and by-products are created for the economic, social and spiritual betterment of human beings. The opportunity to offer cow seva is available at the Ashram
The organic fresh produce is grown in the adjacent vegetable gardens and the kitchen volunteers create mouth watering nutritious meals for your to enjoy three times a day.
Accommodation is basic yet each room has its own en suite bathroom with shower. There are are two main halls for learning and meditation as well as a meditation cave and several pyramid shaped cubicles for silent mediation and yogic practices.
The ashram is managed by dedicated sadkhaks and trustees. It is open to all, irrespective of caste, colour, creed or religion.