Sri Aurobindo Yoga Mandir Nepal
A school, an organic farm, a spiritual retreat center and guest house
Ashram celebrates its 16th anniversary(2066-1-11) 2009 April 24, Kathmandu
Sri Aurobindo Ashram celebrated it’s 16th anniversary in the premises of the Ashram. The program was organised by the students and Sadhakas of the Ahsram.
The program was celebrated in the own unique Nepalese style along with the different items performed by the students of this institution. The programs included different dances, dramas, spiritual songs, poems of Sri Aurobindo recited by the students and vedic hymns. All the items were prepared by the students themselves.
Bharat Natyam dance was performed by Laxmi Ghimire who had been sent by the Ashram to learn this dance in Kalakshetra Foundation in Chennai, India. Dances were performed in the own Nepalese way and costume. The programme was furthermore made precious with the speech of several distinguished guests and the founder of the Ashram itself.
Apart from dances and stage performances. Photos of old days of the Ashram were kept for exhibition and goods like dolls prepared by some ashramites, spiritual books related to Sri Aurobindo and The Mother, Incenses, Pashminas and bags were kept for selling to the guests.
According to many of the guests, the function was a very unique and could be the remedy of the present situation of Nepal.
The function is celebrated by this ashram every year at 24th April and an advance hearty welcome to you. Welcome Introduction Objectives Founder Message Terai Activities School Organic farm Visit to Kathmandu Summer university Contacts How to come Photo galleries Ashram News
RAM CHANDRA BHUSAL: He was born in Purkot Gulmi District Lumbini zone in 3/11/1963.
When he was just 12 years he left for India. Being many month in the streets he joined Indian army but did not like the service and left the Army to start learning Sanskrit later became Vaishnava and was inspire by the philosophy of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother after reading a book by Sri Aurobindo and went to pondicherry in 1983 and settled there for 12 years, after almost 2 decades came back to Nepal and got the inspiration to start the Ashram, Named Sri Aurobindo Yoga Mandir to Materialize the Ideology of Sri Aurobindo and Mother in 24th April 1993.
Since then he has been working arduously for this work along with guiding many people spiritually and suggesting the way of life.
“Work is his sadhana and prayer through which he aspires for the higher forces to manifest not for himself but for the mankind” - Rishi
His work is not a mission, it’s exploration, the exploration of hidden potential of the world.
Believe it, this task can be a cornerstone for the change. The only condition is that there should not be the deficit of people aspiring for progress.