Other Ashrams in Rishikesh

#5 of 9 things to do in Rishikesh

The Beatles Ashram

In February 1968 the Beatles travelled to the Indian town of Rishikesh to attend a session of Transcendental Meditation at the ashram of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. This visit that changed the world’s outlook on Indian spirituality. The time spent in the ashram was considered to be the Beatles most productive time. This ashram is now a part of Rajaji National Park and can be entered from the park.

  • Tickets: 150 INR (Indians) and 600 INR (foreigners) for 3 hours. Vehicle charge of 250 INR (Indians) and 500 INR (foreigners).
  • Opening Timings: Open all days at all times till sunset.


Swarg Ashram

One of the oldest yoga ashrams in India, the Swarg Ashram is located in banks of the holy Ganges. Covering the whole area between the Ram and Laxman Jhulas the ashram was built in the memory of Saint Swami Vishudhanand. It’s a perfect place for people who seek solitude in this holy city.

  •  Opening Timings: Open all days at daytime.


Parmarth Niketan

The largest one of all the ashrams in Rishikesh, the Parmarth Niketan is an ashram founded by Swami Shukdevanand Ji Maharaj. With its sacred and serene atmosphere, amidst beautiful gardens, the ashram helps its thousands of pilgrims to relax and meditate in peace.

  • Opening Timings: Open all days at daytime.

Other Ashrams in Rishikesh Photos

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