The image below shows the location of Swami Rama Sadhka Grama (SRSG) on the globe. You can click on the image below or the link (bottom of page) to see Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama (SRSG) ashrams location on Google Maps.
There is a a short AHYMSIN Introduction video which also shows pictures of SRSG: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrxLZw3z24s
To put this location into your copy of Google Earth, you can search for "Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama" or download and import this Google Earth location definition file (KMZ) for SRSG.
More details about the ashram can be found below the image.
Swami Rama Sadhaka Grama (SRSG) Ashram's purpose is to teach and make available the knowledge of yoga meditation within the Tradition of the Himalayan Masters, as interpreted by Swami Rama of the Himalayas. Swami Veda Bharati was the founder and served as Spiritual Guide until his Mahasamadhi on 14 July 2015. Swami Ritavan Bharati now serves as Ashrama Pramukha.
SRSG also serves as AHYMSIN world headquarters and as a spiritual retreat center for AHYMSIN members and others.
Also located at SRSG are the Dhyana Gurukulam, the Meditation Research Institute, and Himalayan Yoga Publications Trust.
The Dhyana Gurukulam is an intensive, long term (3 to 5 years) residential study program to prepare people for service as teachers and spiritual guides.
The Meditation Research Institute is a lab which was opened for the purpose of documenting the various meditative techniques of the Himalayan Tradition and to test their effectiveness with scientific tools and methods as well as with the aim of understanding the neural correlates of consciousness and especially brain dynamics during meditation.
SRSG is at a comfortable walking distance to the river Ganges and the nearby famous sacred shrine of Virbhadra.
The Little Kali River flows alongside the campus, and the scenic Shivalik Hills surround the area.
SRSG was founded in 2002 by Swami Veda Bharati and is dedicated to restoring yoga and meditation to their ancient and traditional purity, yet retaining the same in a modern scientific framework, exploring their application to the modern world, and fulfilling these purposes by training spiritual guides and teachers of international stature. Fully furnished cottages are provided. Most cottages feature two or three bedrooms, kitchenette, dining area, and bathroom with hot water, showers, and western style toilet. Guests are provided with balanced vegetarian meals which are cooked and served in a common dining hall. A reverse osmosis water filter is in the dining hall where guests may fill their water bottles for drinking water. The tap water at the ashram is drawn from our own deep well. Additional facilities include a large meditation hall, a video room, bookstore, sound recording room, and the Meditation Research Institute. Internet access is available to guests.
A main focus of the ashram is to share with all who visit the science and philosophy of meditation, and to show how the incorporation of meditation into daily life can allow for greater happiness, peace and satisfaction.. We aim to individualize our progammes, taking into account the particular areas of interests of our guests, but all newcomers do go through a series of classes that introduce, orient and share the foundation practices and philosophy of the Himalayan Tradition.