Ramana Maharshi Shrine and Meditation Hall, Ramana Maharshi Road, Bengaluru
Ramana Maharshi Shrine and Meditation Hall on Ramana Maharshi Road (near Mekhri Circle, opposite to Tripura Vasini Gate of Palace Grounds) is a significant place of peace and joy. It was inaugurated by Sri Gundu Rao, the then Chief Minister of Karnataka.
Ramana Maharshi Shrine and Meditation Hall literally pulls people within by its peaceful atmosphere, physically and mentally. It has a spacious place for meditation inside and a lovely garden outside which has won the first prize for many years in the flower show organized by the Government of Karnataka. Since the Centre's motto is "Ramana for All", the Shrine provides a platform for all strata of people as well as for all age groups.
The Shrine's physical structure looks like the Arunachala Hill. Bhagavan's vigraha is like the light in the cave, like the spiritual heart in the body. Full of brightness, anytime you look at the vigraha (statue) and the photo, any kind of agitation in the mind melts away.
Ramana Maharshi Heritage Building
Ramana Maharshi Heritage Centre has a meditation hall which has parayanam conducted every morning at 11.30 a.m and puja every evening at 6.30 p.m.
Every Friday evening, Meditation classes - MAHA YOGA is conducted by Sri Nandakumar
One more attraction of the Auditorium. The auditorium mainly focuses on Cultural programs.
People are welcome to book the hall with rent for cultural programs like Dance, Music, Drama, School Annual Days and Conferences, Annual Meetings etc. The hall will accommodate about 400 people at a time. The auditorium provides you the perfect ambiance for your programs.
The Heritage Building provides other facilities like library, Indian Heritage Classes for children, Yoga classes for adults, Book Stall which has books and Cd's on and about Bhagavan Ramana's life and teachings in various languages in English, Kannada, Tamil, Telugu, and so on….
It also has the administrative block which works for the other facilities provided by the Centre.
Monthly Cultural ProgramsWorkshops, music, dance, lectures, and other programs related to Indian Heritage are presented periodically at the Shrine.
Get involvedAll the programs and events at the Ramana Maharshi Shrine/Meditation Hall are open to the public free of cost. We look forward to your participation in all these events. Please do check out our calendar to get details of the events at the Shrine.
These programs are conducted, and the Shrine and its garden are maintained by RMCL purely with support from members and the public. We welcome your donations to sustain and improve these facilities.
Ramana Maharshi Heritage Campus, Sanjaynagar, Bengaluru
Ramana Maharshi Heritage AuditoriumRMCL has constructed and maintains a beautiful auditorium, which can seat 400 (300 in the ground floor and 100 in the balcony) with comfortable fixed seating. The Centre conducts its National Seminar and Cultural Festival here as well the valedictory functions of its Camps for children. In addition it holds cultural programs here from time to time.
The auditorium is situated in Sanjaynagar near Mekhri Circle on the way to the Bengaluru International Airport and is well suited for cultural events and conferences and is open to public also for such events. The Centre plans to make this one of the important cultural hubs of North Bengaluru. Read more...
Meditation HallRamana Maharshi Heritage Centre has a small Meditation Hall where the works of Ramana and others related to philosophy of existence are chanted every morning at 11.30 a.m. Simple puja is performed every evening at 6.30 p.m. The Hall is open for meditation from 11.30 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. from Monday to Saturday.
Every Friday evening, Meditation class - MAHA YOGA is conducted by Sri Nandakumar.
LibraryThe Heritage Building houses a library of philosophical and cultural books and magazines. The library houses about 2500 books and has a special reference section as well. The library also has a small children’s section.
Timings:5.30 p.m. to 7.00 p.m. (Monday to Saturday)