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The Beatles Ashram

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| South of Swarg Ashram, Rishikesh, India
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We went there quiet early in the morning and one can surely experience how this place inspired the four beatles.A must see place for a musician and even you can feel the strong essense of blissfulness getting out of the surrounding.

Thank Guitar P
Reviewed 4 days ago

The Beatles visited this Ashram 50 years ago it is great to walk around the abandoned compound trying to imagine what their experience was like. The meditation caves are fascinating and just imagining what it took to get from Delhi to Rishikesh half a century...More

Thank Martin S
Reviewed 1 week ago

We were in Rishikesh during the Kanwa Yatra festival. Thousands of people flocked into this city to participate in such a big religious experience. So we decided to escape the chaos and hid away in this abandonded ashram. The ashram was so ruined, but we...More

Thank Tartar T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Being a Beatles fan, this place is steeped in history. Must see place for every Beatles fan to understand where they found their inner peace and fulfilment which lead John Lennon & co to make great music inspired by Love, peace and tranquility

1  Thank gopalbharath
Reviewed 11 July 2018

Rishikesh became famous on the Global Travel map almost 50 yrs back, when the Beatles came down here in search of their "enlightenment" Although not well maintained now, it still ranks as one of the most popular tourist attractions in Rishikesh. Checkout the abstract murals...More

2  Thank PKhannna
Reviewed 29 June 2018 via mobile

The vibe of the place along with the artwork…simply amazing. Foreigners have to pay 600 rupees but totally worth it.

Thank Sam S
Reviewed 29 June 2018

The Beetles Ashram today is an abandoned structure at the extreme end of the Swarg Ashram area - about a kilometer's easy walk from Parmarth Niketan or Vanaprasth Ashram. Other than the fact that you are walking around the place where the Beetle came for...More

Thank Rachna2013
Reviewed 22 June 2018

we made it there just before 5 pm closing time.. walk in as far as you can, because the art work in deep inside among the abandoned structures.. try enter one of those meditation cells theyre interesting from inside too..

1  Thank Freyaan
Reviewed 21 June 2018

I enjoyed my little sojourn of the so-called Beatles Ashram, which is actuallythe Chaurasi Kutiya Ashram. This was the ashram of the controversial Mahesh Yogi. But it came to limelight due to brief but eventful trip by the 4 members of Beatles in 1968. The...More

1  Thank Raviagni
Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

We thought about going by, taking it easy.. Have a walk, taking few pics .. Not really a big Beatles fan but let’s go and see! And then a huge sign on the entrance: FOREING FEE : 600 Rupee!! Are they insane?! I mean, almost...More

1  Thank GoAlMa A
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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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