The serene settings of Atma Darshan Yogashram make it an ideal environment for serious seekers to come and stay and experience yoga and the yogic way of living. The peace and the calm it offers are ideal for self-study and reflection and for getting away from the chaos of the external world.

 The ashram offers single, double, triple and dormitory accommodation for approximately 20 people. Simple, wholesome, freshly cooked, vegetarian meals are available to residents. The rates include meals, stay, Karma yoga, chanting sessions and all regular classes. Special classes are available on request and will be charged separately.


Ashram routine

The regular daily program (from Monday to Friday) at the ashram includes:

 5:00 am           Preparation for Morning Aradhana

5:30 am  Morning Aradhana (Guru Pooja)

6:00 am – 7:00 am       Yoga Class

7:30 am – 8:00 am       Breakfast*

8:30 am – 10:00 am      Cleaning Karma Yoga/Seva**

10:00 am – 11:00 am    Personal Time (Room Cleaning/Chores)

11:00 am – 12:30 noon Seva/Swadhyaya

12:30 noon –                      Lunch

1:00 pm – 2.00 pm    Free time

2:00 pm  – 3:00 pm     Yoga Nidra & Swadhyaya

3:00 pm – 3:30 pm      Tea 

3:30 pm – 4:30 pm      Reading/Discussion***

4:30 pm – 5:00 pm      Free Time

5:00 pm – 6:00 pm      Preparation for Evening Aradhana/Prakriti Aradhana

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm      Yoga Anubhava session****

7:00 pm – 7:30 pm      Dinner

7:30 pm - Retire

9:00 pm                          Lights off

* On Thursdays, morning havan at 7.30 am, breakfast at 8.00 am.

** On Thursdays, Ramacharitamanas chanting from 9.30–10.30 am. On 5th & 6th of every month, Guru Bhakti Yoga aradhana from 9.30–10.30 am. On 6th, Satyam Annapoorna after GBY aradhana.

*** On 4th of every month, Guru Bhakti Yoga aradhana from 4.00–5.00 pm.

**** Yoga Anubhava is held either 6–7 pm or 7–8 am. Check the respective month for the time. Breakfast and dinner time change accordingly.

The Mahamrityunjaya Havan is held every Saturday at 6.00 pm for the well-being and benefit of all sentient beings. Havan or a Fire ceremony is an ancient ritual has been part of the Yogic tradition centuries. All are residents and devotees are welcome to this program.

Free time at the ashram is used for personal chores within the ashram premises, and for self-study. Going out of the ashram is not encouraged for the duration of your stay, as the idea is to instill a sense of yogic discipline and to get the maximum benefit of being switched off from the external world.

Three simple, wholesome, freshly cooked, vegetarian meals and tea are available to ashram residents at specified times.

What to bring

The ashram provides basic bed linen. It is recommended that you bring the following with you