Founder & President - Guruji Swami Shree Yogi Satyam
India Center: Kriyayoga Ashram & Research Institute, Jhusi, Allahabad, 
Uttar Pradesh- 211019, INDIA
Institute Phone Number : 91- (532) 2569-243
Mobile/Cell Phone Nos.:
 91-9415235084 / 9415217278 / 9415217280 / 9415217277
Contact Us by e-mail:
KriyayogaAllahabad@hotmail.com


About Kriyayoga Ashram & Research Institute

Coming To Kriyayoga Ashram & Research Institute...

Photos of The North and South Campuses of 
Kriyayoga Ashram & Research Institute


About Kriyayoga Ashram & Research Institute

Welcome to Your Spiritual Home...

Banyan Guest Houses       Kriyayoga Research Institute Main Block

Kriyayoga Ashram & Research Institute is an international home for all, to enjoy and experience the most complete lifestyle, an extraordinary blend of the ancient spirituality of India and modern science. Kriyayoga Ashram & Research Institute was founded in 1983 under the name of Yog Satsang Samiti and Kriyayoga Satsang Samiti. The ashram now also operates Kriyayoga Fellowship Society. The aim of the institute is to spread the ancient, original and ever-green Science of Kriyayoga to the world under the blessed instruction and guidance of the Kriyayoga Master & Scientist, Founder and President - Guruji Swami Shree Yogi Satyam. 

Kriyayoga Ashram & Research Institute, is primarily focused on spreading the original spiritual science - Kriyayoga Meditation, in India, and all over the world. By doing so, a dedicated and sincere community will be built to not only bring about  national development, but also national and international peace and harmony. In this way, Kriyayoga Research Institute aims to build a United World community that crosses all egoistic  boundaries - geographical, racial, religious and cultural.  

Daily Kriyayoga Practice For All

Kriyayoga practice sessions are held at the ashram twice daily for all practitioners. Those residing at the ashram are encouraged to further their practice with practising 5 times a day. By sincere and joyful Kriyayoga practice, one enjoys deep peace and good health and realises that nothing is impossible. Any person who is devoted in Kriyayoga Practice is able to cure all kinds of illnesses and sicknesses of body and mind.  The morning and evening sessions are open to the public. The timings of the Kriyayoga practice sessions are as given:

 

Kriyayoga Meditation Classes - CURRENT Timings:

ALL DAYS OF THE WEEK except  SUNDAY
Morning : 6:30 am to 8:00 am
Evening : 5:30 pm to 7:15 pm

SUNDAYS

Morning : 7:00 am to 9:30 am
Evening : 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm

 

After attending several sessions of Kriyayoga Meditation, audio CDs are made available to the practitioners for home practice. Classes are mostly bilingual, catering for both the English and Hindi speaking. Based on requirement, live translations are made for various visiting foreign groups of other languages. All are welcome to come to the Institute to stay, learn and practise Kriyayoga Meditation through the year. For accomodation, please see Making Reservations for Accomodation.

 Offsite Programs

Kriyayoga sessions are also arranged at locations away from the ashram in villages of India, educational institutions, offices and community places. These sessions are mainly introductory sessions and are normally arranged by devotees who have experienced wonderful results and want to serve humanity by sharing the practice of Kriyayoga with others in their community, to enable all to experience a most fulfilling life... 

 

Other Centers affiliated with Ashram Kriyayoga Research Institute...

IN NORTH AMERICA :

Yog Fellowship Temple
388 Plains Road @ Fischer-Hallman Road, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Phone: (519)696-3869   E-mail:
kriyayoga.canada@yahoo.ca

Kriyayoga Programmes Worldwide Are Completely Free. 
The Aim Of the Institute Is To Spread The Message &
Practice Of Kriyayoga Throughout The World, 
For The Welfare Of Humanity.


Why is Kriyayoga Research Institute established in Allahabad?

At The Kumbha Mela of January, 1894, Mahavatar Babaji met with Shree Yukteshwar GIriji under a Banyan Tree at the bank of the Ganges in Allahabad and prophesied several events including the fact that Kriyayoga will spread everywhere and bring about world unity. It was for this spot with The Blessed Banyan Tree that Guruji Swami Shree Yogi Satyamji established the institute in Allahabad. The Blessed Banyan ,on the premises of Kriyayoga Research Institute, radiates an aura of peace and eternal blessings of the presence of Mahavatar Babaji - The Deathless Saint.


Mahavatar Babaji instructing Yukteshwarji under
Banyan Tree on premises of Kriyayoga Research Institute

The Blessed Kriyayoga Banyan Tree 
 
where Mahavatar Babaji met with Shree Yukteshwarji
during Kumbha Mela of 1894 in Allahabad


...and a closer view under The Banyan with The Kriyayoga Gurus...



Kriyayoga Gurus As Shown Above:

Mahavatar Babaji 
Shree Lahiri Mahasayaji                Swami Shree Yukteshwar Giriji
Paramahansa Yoganandaji                                   Guruji Swami Shree Yogi Satyam
 

The Kriyayoga Temple


An old temple propogating the message and technique of Kriyayoga Meditation, described by Maharishi Patanjali in his text "Patanjal Yog Darshanam". This temple was made by disciples of Swami Shree Yukteshwar Giri, who visited the Kumbha Mela in 1894. This is the location where Mahavatar Babaji met Swami Yukteshwar Giri and advised to write the Scripture "The Holy Science" and forecasted that East and West will meet together with one golden middle path based on the spirituality of India and materialistic science of West.
 

Inside The Kriyayoga Temple...


Coming To Kriyayoga Research Institute...

NOTE: All residents of Kriyayoga Research Institute are required
to observe all the regulations laid down by the Institute.

                             

Location

Kriyayoga Research Institute is located in Nai Jhunsi, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh
in Northern India. The location is approximately 8 km from The Allahabad Junction
Railway station, past The Shastri Bridge in Jhunsi. It is approximately 2 km from
the popular tourist pilgrimage spot - Sangam (confluence of the three rivers -
Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati) and is on the banks of The Ganga ,
where the mela is held in Allahabad each year.

 

 

 

Making Reservations for Accommodation and Meals

Please call or send an e-mail to KriyayogaAllahabad@hotmail.com at least three days prior to your arrival to inform us of your accommodation requirements. If you have any specific requirement with regards to accommodation, please kindly inform us prior to your arrival. All teachings offered by Kriyayoga Research Institute are FREE. However, we do require that you to assist with covering the costs of your accommodation and meals with us.

NOTE:
Please make early reservations during the mela time (between January 1st to February 20th) ,
as it is peak period with many arriving from all over the world...

By Train from New Delhi

There are several trains through the day from New Delhi Railway Station to the 
Allahabad Junction Train Station. Please check the Railway Reservation Website
at: http://www.indianrail.gov.in/index.html
Select the option "Trains between Stations
and specify the following information :
Source Station:
New Delhi (NDLS), Destination Station: Allahabad (ALD)
Travel class: SECOND AC and Journey Date.
Leave the rest of the information blank unless otherwise desired.

Recommended Trains from New Delhi
Morning Trains - Puri Express & North East Express
Night Train - Prayag Raj Express and Duronto Express  (stops at Allahabad)

For Online e-ticket -booking
Select the option "Internet Reservation" on the Indian Railways Passenger Reservation site
or go directly to http://irctc.co.in/. See instructions on how to do online e-ticket booking below.

Train bookings for foreigners

For foreigners, you can make bookings for earliest travel through The International Travel Bureau that is located at the New Delhi Railway Station. The International Travel Bureau is on the first floor of New Delhi railway station has a special booking office for foreigners. It is open Monday through Saturday, 7.30 am to 5 pm. Tickets here are issued only to foreign national and non-resident Indian against payment in US dollars. Such tickets get a priority on reservation under the Foreign Tourist Quota and are exempt from reservation fees. 

Online e-ticket booking

A) http://www.cleartrip.com/trains  ( To book using International Credit Cards )
 Follow Instructions as given on site...

B) http://irctc.co.in/ ( Website for Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation Limited - International Credit Cards NOT Accepted  )
Special Instructions during booking:
1) Create a new account or Login to an existing account.
2) Select the option "Plan My Travel"
3) If you are coming from New Delhi, select "NDLS". The destination station to enter is Allahabad Junction "ALD"
4) Tick the e-ticket box to ensure that you get a confirmation e-mail for your ticket booking. You can also print a proper well-formatted ticket through an option on the menu of the IRCTC website later.
5) For Payment, the option that has been found to work best with most cards is under the first section:
Payment by Credit Cards and Debit Cards. Click on the "?" beside the options available to know if the option allows for International Credit Cards if you are using one.


Distance from Allahabad Junction Railway Station

The Institute is approximately 8 km from The Allahabad Junction Railway Station. 
Auto-taxis are available outside the station that can be taken towards Jhunsi.
It takes about about 20 minutes and the fare is approximately  Rs. 250/-.

From Varanasi Airport:

You may fly into The Varanasi (Babatpur) airport which is approximately two  and a half hours away or approximately 130 km from Kriyayoga Research Institute by hired taxi, approximately costing Rs. 7/- per km. You will be required to pay for the travel journey to and from the airport to Allahabad.

Trains & Buses are also available from Varanasi to get into Allahabad. Trains - Kashi Exp #1028 (11 am, 5 hr) & Uchchavi Exp # 5205 (3 pm, 3 hr); Buses - Most buses depart from the Varanasi bus stand, which is about 250m from the railway station. There are deluxe buses to Allahabad (3 hr Rs. 200/- )

 

Some Things To Bring ...

* INDIAN RESIDENTS A government-issued photo ID proof

FOREIGNERS:  Your Original Passport and Visa required for registration at the Foreigners' Registration Office (Mandatory).
For those who plan to come for more than six months, you will require additionally 4 photos of yourself, and 4 copies of your passport (photo page, page indicating passport validity, visa page and page indicating arrival stamp of Indian Immigration). If you may need to apply for a mobile/cell phone for your stay here, please bring along some passport size photos (3.5 cm x 3.5 cm) of yourself.

* Your coipy of "Autobiography of a Yogi" by Paramahansa Yogananda for daily personal reading,

* A blanket or mat to sit on for during meditation classes

* A 4 GB or more micro SD card or a pen drive for obtaining prerecorded meditations for your practice during the day while at the ashram and for your home,

*  A good combination type lock for your door or a good lock with 2 or 3 keys,

* Bedding Essentials - During winter months of December & January, it is advisable to bring an additional blanket for your use

* Mosquito repellant

* All medications that you may be taken along with test results of all medical investigations applicable.

* Personal Essentials - hand & bath towel, body soap, tooth paste, laundry soap, cloth hangers

* Night Essentials - Good flashlight ( tordchlight)

* Meals Essentials - Thermal mug/thermos for hot beverage, a LARGE water bottle, a lunch box suitable to keep meals for yourself or a family member at times. Those with children may require to additional lunch boxes to keep meals for them. Any utensils you may like to keep for yourself in your room, eg. plate, spoon, cup, jug , glass, knife.

* Laptop - LIMITED Internet access will be available for only essential work such as  checking emails and making online payments, if necessary, ONLY with permission. You are advised to bring your own surge protector extensions and a step-down 220 to 110 voltage converter to use with the laptops /macs. Because of voltage fluctuations in the area, you may also require a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) unit for use of your laptop costing approx. Rs. 2,000/-.

PLEASE NOTE: The months of the yearly mela are January and February, the coldest months of the year. Because of the varying temperatures through the day during the period, it is best to dress in layers and also bring along a jacket, muffler and hat or cap. A warm shawl is most useful.