Retreat Centers & Spiritual Museums in India:

India - a country that is home to maximum diversity - all types of terrain, myriad cultures, multiple religions, thousands of languages... But the common thread that binds everyone and draws everyone to India is the pursuit of inner wealth and spiritual attainments. Brahmakumaris has a network of Rajyoga centres across the country and also some retreat centres that hold residential programmes in Rajyoga and applied spirituality. There are also some enchanting and enlightening spiritual museums that convey spiritual wisdom through interesting media.

Shanti Sarovar, Hyderabad:

Established in the year 2004, Shanti Sarovar is a is truly a lake of peace located in close proximity to the bustling IT arena of Hyderabad. It is located at ISB Road, Gachibowli. The natural elements of the land are beautifully conserved and complemented by the simple yet royal structures. Various programmes on meditation, spirituality, management, self-development, health and other themes are organized for participants from various sectors. It houses a state-of-the-art auditorium and complete facilities for residential programmes. For more information, visit For a visual tour of Shanti Sarovar, click here (Flash file).

  Contact no: 040-23001234             Contact person: B.K.Kuldeep, Director

Om Shanti Retreat Centre (ORC), Gurgaon:
ORC is a centre of spiritual excellence located close to the National Capital – Delhi. The peace, purity and spiritual love abundant here cocoons the spirit from strains and provides the energy for self-discovery and spiritual growth. This 28-acre campus is located 70 km away from New Delhi at Bhora Kalan, on Pataudi Road, 1 km off the Delhi-Jaipur National Highway No.8, in district Gurgaon. The campus houses training centres, an auditorium, meditation rooms (including a pyramid) and a mesmerizing spiritual museum. Seminars, retreats and other forms of educative forums are organized for a wide spectrum of groups including educators, administrators, businessmen and industrialists, scientists and engineers, jurists, women, youth and others., click here. (Flash file) 

Contact no: 0124-2379960  Contact person: BK Asha, Director

Temple of Meditation, Chennai:

This Spiritual Museum established in the year 2003, is located at Sriperumbadur in Chennai. The simple yet profound knowledge of Rajyoga is expressed through a variety of artistic mediums – sculpture, paintings and audio-visual aids. The combination of a peaceful, positive environment coupled with the guided assistance of Rajyoga practitioners enables a visitor to savour the everlasting sweet nectar of spiritual knowledge. For a visual tour of Shanti Sarovar, click here (Flash file)

Contact no: 044 – 27107009         Contact person: BK Nilima, BK Easwaran

Rajyoga Retreat Centre (RRC) - Prabhu Upvan, Mumbai
This Godly garden is a welcome relief amidst the super-fast life at the maximum city of Mumbai. Typical to Mumbai, it has a vertical expanse with a spiritual museum at the ground floor and the auditorium, training halls and residential retreat facilities above. Residential retreats are held every month on the basic course of Rajyoga and various workshops and events are held with groups of every age, profession and occupation. RRC has been acknowledged by visitors as a wonderful space to relax, refresh and rejuvenate. For a visual tour of RRC Prabhu Upvan, click here. (Flash file) 

Contact no: 022-28704370  Contact person: BK Divyaprabha

Spiritual Art Gallery, Manali:

Along the Beas river lies beautiful Manali, and while tourists climb peaks here, there is also a space to climb the peaks of spiritual awareness. Welcome to the Spiritual Art Gallery at the Brahma Kumaris centre at Manali. It has amazing art work on various themes like Understanding the Self, the Supreme Being, Karma and Divine Values For a visual tour of this art gallery, click here (Flash file)

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