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One of the best place to be in the evening if you are in Rishikesh. Parmarth Asharam is thronged by many people. Its a great divine experience one should certainly have.
While considering staying here please note that this place is not a Hotel being run...More
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It’s a great place for spiritually inclined visited or people who want to have some serious yoga lessons.
Rooms are very basic and clean. I suggest to buy your own cheap blanket in winters as the one which are provided can...More
I came to Parmarth Niketan to immerse myself in yoga and spirituality. Unfortunately it wasn't what I expected. The lowest priced room was 600INR and had no hot water. The yoga classes which I was told were included in the price turned out to be...More
Response from LaurieBLarson, Sevak at Parmarth Niketan AshramResponded 30 November 2017
Dear Divine Ishtar - Jai Gange! We are so sorry to hear that your stay with us did not meet your expectations but also happy that you enjoyed our Ganga Aarti and the beautiful grounds. I do hope that you told our staff that the...More
This is the first time I stayed at ashram. I enjoyed the two weeks yoga program very much. Teachers are quite knowledgeable and very nice. Beautiful ashram by the Ganga river and nightly Aarati. The food is also very tasty and healthy at the ashram....More
The interesting building and grounds are filled with pilgrims and religious activities. This is the reason to visit the ashram and mingle with the throngs of devotees.
We stayed in the most expensive rooms. The building was fine, but the rooms were very poorly maintained....More
Response from LaurieBLarson | Property representative |
Laurie here, a sevak at Parmarth Niketan Ashram, and the first person who responded to your question was pretty thorough but a couple of things I wanted to clarify. If you want a tea kettle, you can buy them inexpensively... More
Laurie here, a sevak at Parmarth Niketan Ashram, and the first person who responded to your question was pretty thorough but a couple of things I wanted to clarify. If you want a tea kettle, you can buy them inexpensively in the market. The ashram does not generally provide those. If you are registered for a yoga course, we ask that you wear white loose fitting top and pants--the top needs to cover your shoulders and the pants need to fall below your knee. You can find plenty of options in the market, again. Finally, we are often fully booked so you may not be able to request a room change, particularly to the Ganga block. Plus there are additional charges if you choose a room that's not designated for your course. We look forward to your arrival to your Himalayan home!