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Bhagwan Sri Yogi Ramsuratkumar Ashram is at Agraharakollai in Chengam Road, Thiruvannamalai. It has a very spacious hall and can accommodate 4000 people at one time. It has a meditation hall open to public. A Darshan Mandir, a dining hall and Vedapadasala are housed in the Ashram. Bhagwan’s Mahasamadhi is inside the hall and a temple has been constructed to house bhagwan in the form of the Siva Lingam. Annadhanam and Bhojan for Sadus are provided everyday. Poojas and Abishekam for the Sivalingam is performed daily.






Bhajan Hall


A very spacious hall that can accommodate 4000 people at one time attracts devotees. The bronze statue of Bhagwan is located centrally. The Mahasamadhi is at one end of the hall where a temple has been constructed. Daily Bajans are conducted in this hall between 10A.M to 12 Noon and 4P.M. to 6P.M., besides daily Pooja and Abishekam for the Sivalingam is performed both morning and evening. The Temple is open for public from 5A.M. to 12 Noon in the morning and 4P.M. to 8P.M. in the evening everyday..Special Poojas are performed on Thursdays and festival days. Besides devotees can request for poojas to be performed on their important dates. Prasadams will be sent to them by mail. Devotees can participate in the poojas and get the prasadam in person. For more details please see the link Appeal.







Swamiji used to say that the Vedapatasala is the heart of the Ashram. There are proposals to induct Veda research scholars in this patasala.

At present a White marble statue is placed in the vedapatasala. The statue was made in Italy by an Italian sculptor who has not seen Swamiji at all. He had carved the statue after seeing a photograph of Bhagwan. Devotees can see the statue between 9A.M to 10A.M in the morning  and 6P.M to 7P.M. in the evening. This will have a library too with lot of books on veda for the benefit of the research scholars.


Meditation Hall


The meditation hall is open to public during day time. Devotees can sit and meditate comfortably.  


In the Mahasamadhi area, a Sivalinga is installed now. Apart from a Saligrama, for which daily Abisheka and Pooja, with chanting of Upanishad, Rudra, Chamaka and Purushasuktha, are performed. The Mahakumbhabhishekam of the newly consecrated Adhishtanam of Bhagwan Yogi Ramsuratkumar was celebrated on 27th June 2004  

Bhagwan’s physical appearance, in the sanctified Sivalinga here, has charmed a few and made them spell bound. 



Devotees may please send their contributions to:


Yogi Ramsuratkumar trust


1833/1, Chengam Road



Phone : 04175-37567