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To progress in life listen,understand,practice


Ensure peace of mind by throwing the garbage out from the mind daily


About Us

It is said that when we cease to be in pain, we are happier than ever before. The aim of our life is true happiness and we all want happiness. It helps us aim to flourish. Once behind the veil of ignorance, a person no longer knows his or her interests and worth and so, is not able to choose principle that would advance those interests and their worth. We all are constantly in a rational inquiry into how to act and how to
lead one’s life.


Any situation in life, one must know whether to Gulp it,

Keep it or spit it

What We Do?

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All classes take place in the temple, contact our staff for more info.








Religious, Moral & Spiritual Growth

Swami Buddhatmananda Saraswati is a teaching centre for imparting the knowledge of Vedanta along with Sanskrit. Regular long term courses and short term retreats are conducted in the ashram for those desirous of gaining this knowledge. The Ashram does not entertain requests for staying in the ashram from people who come on tourism or for any other purpose. For details of courses conducted, please visit the page on courses in the ‘Activities’ menu. The visitors should strictly follow vegetarian diet in the ashram. Any use of prohibited items are not permitted in the ashram premises. No pet animals are allowed inside the Ashram. Ashram reserves the right to ask any visitor to vacate the room if there is any violation of the above rules. The visitors can note that the Vedanta teaching is given free for all in keeping with the tradition. However visitors are expected to donate a reasonable amount to cover the cost of their stay and food. Please arrive in the ashram only with a prior booking of the room. Booking can be done through the following link : Swami Buddhatmananda Saraswati, born in Village Singikulam Tirunelveli Dist of Tamilandu in India, was a world-renowned teacher of Vedanta in the traditional line of teachers. Swami Buddhatmananda Saraswati had taught Vedanta in India and abroad.. His deep scholarship and assimilation of Vedanta combined with a subtle appreciation of contemporary problems make him that rare teacher who can reach both traditional and modern students.

The Vision of Vedanta

India's culture is based on a body of knowledge known as the four Vedas. This knowledge came from rishis, seers, who in states of deep meditation captured the Vedic knowledge in the form of mantras and handed over to the humanity. These mantras came down through a tradition of teacher/student lineage. Much later, a great sage known as Vyasa classified the Vedic mantras into four groups known as Rg-Veda, Yajurveda, Sama Veda & Atharva Veda. This knowledge, which is said to be not of human origin, formed the blueprints for humanity in terms of how it should live and interact with its environment and the world at large and also gave the vison for ultimate freedom, known as Vedanta, also known as the Upanishads. They teach that there is one consciousness in and through every form of life. It is Brahman. It is awareness. There is nothing else. This is Vedanta.  Of the many Upanishads available, ten are considered to form a nucleus for the teaching known as Brahmavidya – the knowledge of Brahman. Later the famous Saint Sankara popularised these ten Upanishads and wrote extensive commentaries on them. His commentaries on the
Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, and Brahmsutra are known as Prasthana Traya Bhashyam, which contains the essence of Brahma Vidya. These commentaries form the basis of the teaching tradition Swami Buddhatmananda Sraswati. The teaching programs English, Tamil, Malayalam , include Sanskrit language .



"Oh my lord,let your name be on my tongue and allow me to get out of this body"

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