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We visited the ashram the day after we visited Auroville , it was serene and calm , we were not allowed to carry phones or anything and there is lot of literature on Sri Aurobindo & the mother and some really good photos from the...More
This Ashram houses the Samadhi of Shri Aurobindo and is the only accessible section of Ashram if you are a tourist.
Kids below 3 are not allowed here but at times they may request not to take small kids inside. Also you have to shut...More
The environment is very quite & is a well maintained burial ground of Sri Aurobindo. Good for meditation.
Please visit during apt hours & one could find a store at the exit which houses books, lectures, photographs for sale.
Inside the Matrimandir it was so calm and tranquil that you have to redefine what is sound of silence. A 20 minutes stay was astonishingly peaceful which is difficult to describe. The politeness of the stuff is a thing to learn. They call this gathering...More
As soon as you enter, you are aware of the presence of a divine power. But this is one place where there seem to be one rule too many. Also, no sign boards anywhere. Clearly a closed society, all you can do is walk in,...More
Only heard of Aurobindo as a school or a name of a road or something but when we visited the Aurobindo ashram, great history to know. Pictures and art and many more books to see. Peaceful and quiet interesting place.
No entry fee but make...More
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Hi, so sorry, I have been on holiday not much WIFI, didnt check this. You can visit in the early morning around 8am, they close in the middle of the day, not sure what time, only for 1-2 hours, then open again until around... More
Hi, so sorry, I have been on holiday not much WIFI, didnt check this. You can visit in the early morning around 8am, they close in the middle of the day, not sure what time, only for 1-2 hours, then open again until around 8pm