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Sundara Chaitanya Ashram
India

The Sundara Chaitanya Ashram at Hyderabad is built in the country side away from the din of the city. It is situated 40 km away from city on Medak highway near Dundigal village. It is a picturesque construction both beautiful and sacred, cradled in the lap of Mother Nature. Overlooking green fields and clustered around by mango and guava orchards the ashram provides an excellent atmosphere for serene contemplation. The Ashram is a huge complex spreading over an area of 13 acres. It has in it - Bhagawan Murali Krishna Mandir, Dhyana Mandir, Shruti Mandiram, Sarada Nilayam, Guru Mandiram, Annapurna kshetram, sant kuteers, Atithi kuteers, Vyasa kuteer, Tree House, karyalayam, Nada chaitanyam studio, Reception, Books and cassettes, sales counter, Chaitanya Hospital, Andhra Bank, buildings providing accomodation for devotees namely Mathura, Vamsi, Dwaraka, Yamuna, Kaivalyam, Sudarsanam, dormitories, Goshala and quarters for security and servants. All the buildings are set among beautiful landscaped gardens.Three gigantic archways exquisitely designed and erected over wide roads lead us into a spiritual world of divine excellence. www.sundarachaitanyam.org

Copyright: Udaykumar
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Taken: 27/12/2012
送信日: 27/12/2012
更新日: 03/04/2015
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