Located in the state of Gujarat along the holy Narmada River, the Nikora ashram in India is like an eighth wonder of the world. The temple is nestled amid a thick, tropical landscape that houses a striking murti of Dhyanyogi as well as a meditation hall that holds thousands of meditators. Built under the divine vision of Shri Anandi Ma, the ashram temple was precisely constructed as a Sri Yantra, a representation of the divine mother.
A Sri Yantra is known to be a supreme instrument in the path of spiritual advancement. It is formed by nine interlocking triangles that surround and radiate out from one central point that is known as the bindu. The bindu is said to be the junction point between the physical universe and its unmanifest source.
All are welcome to come visit for the day and soak up the peaceful energy and serene surroundings.
Students of this lineage are especially invited to come for personal retreats and intense practices. For more information, email email@example.com