Parmarth Niketan Ashram, Rishikesh (Uttrakhand)


Address: Parmarth Niketan Ashram, P.O. Swargashram, Rishikesh (Himalayas); Uttarakhand-249304 India


Parmarth Niketan is a true spiritual haven, lying on the holy banks of Mother Ganga in the lap of the lush Himalayas. It is the largest ashram in Rishikesh, providing its thousands of pilgrims who come from all corners of the Earth with a clean, pure and sacred atmosphere as well as abundant, beautiful gardens. With over 1,000 rooms, the facilities are a perfect blend of modern amenities and traditional, spiritual simplicity. The daily activities at Parmarth Niketan include daily yoga.

Rishikesh - known as the "City of the Divine"- is a spiritual center to which sages, rishis, saints and pilgrims have flocked for millennia. It is no surprise that pilgrims are drawn here from all over the world. The inspiring beauty of the ashram, the clear flowing Ganga, the majestic mountains, and the green forests will embrace and rejuvenate your entire being. Parmarth Niketan offers comfort, inspiration and upliftment for your body, mind and spirit as well as a deeper connection with the Divine. As you stay in the ashram, you will feel your soul bathing in the peace of sacred energies, including those that emanate from nature and those that linger from the timeless healing powers of saints, sages and holy ones.


Yoga at Parmarth Niketan

Yoga at Parmarth Niketan Ashram is holistic, spiritually oriented and focused on the deep and sublime traditional ancient yogic discipline as taught by the rishis and sages. Our qualified teachers are rich in experience, live yogic principles and bring to you time-tested yoga practices. They offer yoga programs from Beginner to Teacher Training Courses throughout the year. Parmarth Niketan is open to all, with no discrimination on the basis of race, gender, nationality, religion, caste or creed. There are frequent camps in which pilgrims come from across the world to partake in intensive courses on yoga, meditation, pranayama, stress management, acupressure, Reiki and other ancient Indian sciences

Daily activities also include morning universal prayers and meditation classes, daily satsang and lecture programs, kirtan, a world renowned Ganga aarti at sunset attended by hundreds of visitors each day at the shore of Ganges, as well as Nature Cure and Ayurvedic treatment and training. Additionally, there.