|Layout of 10 Acres Campus|
|Anjali Ashram is privileged to be able to accommodate as many as 100 seekers at a time for a simple life and God-Experience. |
The Architecture is simple, modest, utilitarian and aesthetic at the same time.
Each building is modeled after a deep spiritual concept, here you will find buildings in the shape of Om, Chinese Yin Yang, Star Shaped buildings and individual cottages arranged in beautiful formations.
The Sat Sanga Mantap near the entrance invites the god-seekers to be in harmony with the nature and to be in communion with all, beyond all differences.
The Atma Purna Nivas where the ashram inmates live welcomes the Sadaka to become an integrated person.
The Sat Cit Ananda Mandir symbolizes the convergence of all religions into the one Reality.
On different days, the 3 daily meditations are held at different places within the ashram filled with the holy vibrations of countless seekers.
|The Logo of Anjali Ashram|
|Anjali Ashram welcomes with anjali (hands with flowers) |
all visitors as sadhakas (seekers) and as messengers from the other world.
It is in Anjali before the Lord through mauna and kirtana throughout the day and the year.
The object of our relentless quest in non-stop movement and of our spiritual experience is
The Ultimate reality (Sat) which is pure consciousness (Cit) and supreme bliss (Ananda).
It is a Trinitatian experience of the Father (held-up palm, abbaya mudra),
the Son (held-down palm, vara mudra) and the Holy spirit (the flame between the two).
As the Mahamantra AUM resounds in the macro and micro universes (the world and the heart)
Anjali ashram is vibrant with Peace (Om Santi) due to the hundreds of persons here in upasana,
in the Spirit, on the ground of their being, in stillness and silence!
Swami Gnanajyothi (Fr. A.Louis)
Present Acharya Guru
Disciple of Swami Amalorananda
|Calendar for 2018|
|Feburary||5 - 14 : Atma Purna Anubhava (APA 236) Experience on Self-Realization|
|March||5 - 14 : Atma Purna Anubhava (237)|
|April||9 - 18 : Atma Purna Anubhava (238)|
|May||6 - 15 : Atma Purna Anubhava (239)|
|July||9 - 18 : Atama Purna Anubhava (APA 240)|
|August||6 - 15 : Atma Purna Anubhava (241)|
|September||3 - 12 : Atma Purna Anubhava (APA 242)|
|October||8 - 17 : Atma Purna Anubhava (243)|
|November||5 - 14 : Brahma Sakshatkara Anubhava (BSA 9) Deeper Experience for those who have followed APA|
8 Saturday : 11.30 Mass in Kallery
10 - 21 : Vipasana Anubhava (Fr. Peter D'Souza,sfx)
|THE FOLLOWING PRINTED BOOKS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE ASHRAM|
|Atma Purna Anubhava||Rs : 250/=|
|Brahms Sakshatkara Anubhava||Rs : 250/=|
|India Seeking God||Rs : 150/=|
|The Destiny of the Church in India||Rs : 200/=|
|Indian Christian Guru |
(A Portrait of Swami Amalorananda)
|Rs : 400/=|