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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 Bangalore

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 of 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 stills.


Shrine timings (All days)
Meditation Open for all

7.00 a.m to 1.00 p.m.

& 3.00p.m to 9.00 p.m

Book Stall timings (All days)
9.00 a.m to 12.00 p.m

& 5.00 p.m to 7.00p.m

Pooja timings (All days)
9.30 a.m & 7.30 p.m
Pournami day (Every month)
6.45p.m - Bhajans, Puja and Going round the Shrine with chanting of Aksharamanamalai.
Satsangs at Shrine
10.30 a.m to 1.00 p.m - Bhajans, Chanting, Talks by Dr. Sarada and Sri Shankar Thayumanavan,

Meditation, puja and a session of Self - Enquiry by Sri Nanadakumar.

The shrine also has workshops, music, dance, lectures, other programmes related to Indian Heritage are presented periodically .


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