History of Aurobindo Ashram
The Aurobindo Ashram was founded in 1926 by Sri Aurobindo Ghosh and his companion Mirra Alfassa, known as "The Mother". Sri Aurobindo had been a leader of the Indian nationalist movement and had been imprisoned for his activities. After his release from prison, he moved to Pondicherry, in southern India, where he and the Mother established the ashram. The ashram is dedicated to the spiritual realization of human potential and the transformation of consciousness.
Architecture of Aurobindo Ashram
The architecture of Aurobindo Ashram is based on the principles of Integral Yoga as propounded by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother. The layout of the buildings is designed to create an atmosphere of peace and serenity.
Shri Aurobindo Jeevan Darshan
Aurobindo Jeevan Darshan is a hospital in Vadodara, Gujarat, India.
How To Reach Aurobindo Ashram
You can reach Aurobindo Ashram by taxi, bus, or train.