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| South of Swarg Ashram, Rishikesh, India
+91 88949 17116
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 2 April 2015

A mecca for die hard Beatle fans. This is where the Fab Four stayed, with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in the 1960s. On the banks of the ganga, near Ram Jhula it is where they learnt the Sitar & Transcendental Meditation. The authorities plan to convert...More

5  Thank Sudapoedia
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 28 March 2015

A quirky overgrown and under-cared for icon that's difficult to find. Bad taste graffiti and no maintenance ruin what could be an immense tourist attraction. There should be more info about the various buildings. Guard at the entrance says the place is not accessible. Then...More

10  Thank Kalaharigeorge
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Nice graffiti Good energy But very dirty and unsafe We seen a big snake 🐍 there They charge 600 rupees for the visit At least they could clean the place up A little bit better !

Thank 154oliak
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The good ol' Beatles Ashram is an old, run down derelict building that hasn't received much attention or l care for decades. As the Beatles went there many years ago, the government jumped on the business opportunity to charge people 600rp to walk through the...More

Thank TarynWeg
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My wife and her friend really wanted to go so we went, but it’s crazy coz for foreigners it’s 600Rupees and for Indians native or foreign born it’s 150 rs!!! Ok I grew up in India so I saved money for my wife and her...More

Thank Yoda A
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is definitely not touristy. I had to find the ticketing counter on my own to enter the Ashram. Go early enough and find yourself ALONE in this big space. I don't deny that it felt really eerie at first - esp if you're...More

Thank Kimberley G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

600inr to enter a ruin pretty much. Not sure where that money goes as it is all overgrown and abandoned. This does give it a more spiritual feel to it I guess though and is worth a walk round. It isn't signposted but not hard...More

Thank ryantyson09
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Originally beatles ashram was known as Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram located in a beautiful spot with in Raja Ji National Park with holy river ganges flowing quietly behind it. It got worlds attention when legendary English rock band The Beatles visited this place for Yoga...More

Thank mealonmycompass
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Being a Transcendental Meditation practitioner, visiting the Ashram gave me a source of belonging, all the time I was vising I couldn't believe that I was really there. The energy in the place is amazing, the meditation caves are so beautiful. I wished I had...More

1  Thank Farah M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

A walk through Rishikesh will bring you to the Beatles Ashram - so strange to see all of the run down buildings and ruins from the 60's when this was a thriving location. There are murals everywhere and a photo gallery of their time at...More

Thank Maryke W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Its situated in the Rajaji park in Rishikesh It has the memories of beatles when they visited the maharaj ji ashram in 1960’s They have some preaching done which are well exhibited there in the building They charge you to visit this place so if...More

Thank sairsapataa
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Had a chance to work with great artist pan, Rachel and tushar to renovate the art at the beatles for the re opening of this place and to discover hidden secrets of this place through Maharishi Mahesh Yogi grandson.

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Response from idiotter | Reviewed this property |
I’m pretty sure you can go any day. Just make sure you pay someone, they get really mad if you go in without paying. There’s the occasional free day. It’s only 150 rupees though.
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