+0121 243 9032
Chhoti Panchli, Bagpat Marg, Meerut, Uttar Pradesh 250002
09:00 - 21:00
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About Ashram

If you are looking for a quiet place away from the crowd and the day to day hectic lifestyle, this is the place you must visit. It is most definitely conducive to spending time in meditation and silence.

Information Related To Ashram

When visiting the international headquarters of International Association for Scientific Spiritualism (IASS) at Badari Narayan Sevagram, you will find it near an ancient Indian village quietly snuggled on a narrow lane surrounded by sugar cane and wheat fields. Its 5-acre campus is lush with lots of beautiful blooming flowers, velvet green grass as well as organically grown fruits and vegetables. The campus is very quiet, with only a distant hum of traffic from the nearby road. Two locations are provided for your meditation, which includes the new Samadhi shrine where the ashes of His Divine Grace Yogiji lie and a small mud hut with a thatched roof.

Since the ashram is relatively new with its initial construction beginning in 1994, you will find that all buildings are well maintained and include both male and female dormitories, some guest cottages with all western conveniences and several guest rooms with detached Indian style bathrooms.

If you are looking for a quiet place away from the crowds and the day to day hectic lifestyle, this is the place you must visit. It is most definitely conducive for spending time in meditation and silence.

Unlike most ashrams, families live and serve here. There is a playground for children, which is far enough away from the meditation areas that there is never any disruption.

At IASS people of all ages enjoy ashram living including those from birth to over 84 years of age.

You are welcome to stay as a guest for up to five days without incurring any costs. Thereafter there are nominal charges for food only.

It is expected that you attend morning and evening Satsangs and offer at least one hour daily of your time in selfless service to the ashram. Other than that, you are free to spend your time as you wish, naturally, observing the code of ethics.


(i) Move on Delhi-Dehradun road – Meerut bypass
(ii) On the crossing at the 59th km. stone, turn to left on Bagpat road.
(iii) Move on Bagpat road up to 3.5km for village Chhoti Panchli.
(iv) On the right find board – Badari Narayan Sevagram.
(v) Turn to the right and move up to 500 meters

(i) Take Delhi – Meerut Bus
(ii) Drop at old Bagpat Bus stand
(iii) Take Rickshaw (1km.) and reach New Bagpat bus stand
(iv) Take a bus for Chhoti Panchli.
(v) On right find board – Badari Narayan Sevagram.
(vi) Turn to the right and move up to 500 meters.

(i) Drop at ‘Meerut City’ Railway station
(ii) Take Rickshaw for New Bagpat Bus stand (4 km.)
(iii) Take the bus to Chhoti Panchli village
(iv) On right find Board – Badari Narayan Sevagram
(v) Turn to the right and move up to 500 meters

The Ashram has following code of ethics:

1) The guests are supposed to learn the philosophy Tap-Seva-Sumiran. This should be their main purpose to stay in the ashram.
2) Any intoxication is strictly prohibited. Smoking, liquor is not allowed.
3) Participation in every discourse must be made as routine except in any extraordinary exceptional circumstances.
4) An unplanned visit to the nearby village is not encouraged.
5) Any friend of the guest if visit Ashram, his / her identity must be disclosed.
6) All foreigners are supposed to fill the form as required by local govt. department mentioning passport numbers, Purpose of Stay etc.
7) The food has to be strictly vegetarian. Even eggs and fishes are not allowed in the campus.
8) Late night arrivals in the Ashram should be avoided.
9) All the guests in the Ashram are expected to bring with them apparels according to the following dress code:


– Half/full sleeve Kurta with Salwar and Chunni is the most preferable dress Saree Blouse (half/full sleeve).
– During nights in their respective rooms, Nighties/ Gowns are allowed.
– Wearing shorts sleeveless Shirts, Jeans and deep neck Tops should be avoided.
Skirts tops above 18 years are strictly prohibited.
– Shirt/Paint or Kurta/ Paizama is the most preferred dress.
– During the night in their respective rooms, Lunghis/half paints are allowed
– Wearing half paints, sleeveless Tops should be avoided.
****For foreign guests arrangements for these dresses could be made from Ashram on rental.****
5:30 AM


Call and played recorded bhajan

6:30-8:00 AM


Discourse on the Bhagavad Gita

8:00-11:00 AM


Personal chores and selfless service

11:00-11:15 AM


Plain vegetable soup in the winter or cold fruit juice in the summer

12:00-12:30 PM


Sit in meditation

12:30-1:30 PM


Comprisedd of raw fruits, salad and some cooked mixed vegetables

1:30 TO 4:00 PM


Selfless service

4:00 TO 4:30 PM


Snacks with herbal tea or juice

6:30 TO 8:00 PM


Meditation, Shri Ramcharitmanas recitation, Video pravachan

8:30 TO 9:00 PM


Proper food like Daal, Roti, Sabji, Raita etc.

10:00 PM


Sadhak may move to their rooms to sleep and take rest.