Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Arishinakunte, Bangalore, Karnataka


Vishwa Shanti Ashram is an ashram which is located in the outskirts of Bangalore in a place called Arishinakunte (near Nelamangala) of Bangalore. This an Ashram which is a meditation centre. The place has a steady flow of visitors. The place is very serene and beautiful. The atmosphere is very quite and calm.

Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Arishinakunte, Bangalore, Karnataka



Vishwa Shanti Ashram is run by a Trust. The founder of Vishwa Shanti ashram is Sadguru Sant Kesavadas and Co-founder is Guru Mataji, successor to the Sadguru Sant Kesavadas. The milestone for Vishwa Shanti ashram was laid in the year 2003. This is a temple Of Cosmic Religion USA

Architecture of Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Karnataka



At the entrance of Vishwa Shanthi Ashram is the Big statue of Vishwa Roopa Vijaya Vittala. Besides both the sides of the Vittala Statue are Asta Lakshmi Statues (Adi Lakshmi, Dhana Lakshmi, Dhanya Lakshmi, Gaja Lakshmi, Santana Lakshmi, Veera Veena Lakshmi, Vijaya Lakshmi & Vidya Lakshmi). There is also a Gayatri Devi Temple with realistic picture of Godesses Durga sitting on a Lion.

There is a museum sort of place of meditation centre where there is a big statue of Lord Vishnu with all 10 incarnations as mentioned below and also faces of lord Shiva & Ganesha. This big statues impresses the visitors.

Incranations of Vishwa Shanthi Ashram, Karnataka



The 10 incarnations are as below.

1. Matsya (the fish)
2. Koorma (the tortoise)
3. Varaha (the boar)
4. Narasimha (the human-lion)
5. Vamana (the dwarf)
6. Parasurama (the angry man, Rama with an axe)
7. Lord Rama (the perfect man, king of Ayodha)
8. Lord Krishna (the divine statesman)
9. Balarama (elder brother of Krishna)
10. Kalki (the mighty worrior)

Specials in Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Karnataka



One has to pay an entrance fee of Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Karnataka to enter this gallery. After entering the gallery of Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Karnataka, one can see a beautiful statue with Seven sister rivers holding pots with them. It represents the joining of seven rivers – Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Saraswathy, Narmada, Sindhu and Cauvery. After this is a big Gitopadesha Chariot where Lord Krishna and Arjuna is seen. Gitopadesha Chariot is designed by the Shilpi(sculptor) Kasinath from Shimoga district in Karnataka.

What is inside Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Karnataka



When we enter the hall of Vishwa Shanti Ashram, there is a big single statue with ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Then comes the Bhagawath Gita Bodhane, where whole Bhagawadh Gita verses are written in 800 granite slabs and fixed on the inside and outside walls of the Viswaroopee Darshan Mandir. The Vishwa Roopa revealed to Arjuna by Lord Krishna.

Entertaining things in Vishwa Shanti Ashram



To entertain the kids there is a children's park coming up and the best part is all the equipments for entertainment is operated manually for the benefit of the kids.

Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Karnataka provides enough space for the family to spend their weekends without much trouble. Vishwa Shanti Ashram accommodates rabbits, turkey, pigeon, rabbits and some other birds. Vishwa Shanti Ashram provides ample space for the lovebirds to pass their time also. Vishwa Shanti Ashram,Karnataka is a must visit place if you are coming to Bangalore.

Contact details of Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Karnataka



Vishwa Shanti Ashram
Vishwa Shanti Nagar,
Bangalore 562123

Founder: Sadguru Sant Keshavadas,
co-founder of Vishwa Shanti Ashram: Guru Mataji

Ladmark of Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Karnataka : This is located 17 kms from Bangalore near Tumkur highway (NH 4) near Nelamangala town. The main landmark is it is just opposite to the Tumkur Check post and just after Holiday Palm hotel.

Timings of Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Karnataka : 8 am to 12.30 pm in the morning and 4 pm to 7.30 pm in the evening.

How to reach Vishwa Shanti Ashram, Karnataka :

How to reach Vishwa Shanti Ashram By Bus : One can take a bus from Bangalore City Bus Stand (Majestic) and get into Nelamangala Buses. The stop to get down is Arishinakunte. After getting down in Arishinakunte, a walk of 1 km is the Ashram. This is on the mail road side and easy to locate. One should not go on the flyover but take the route next to it which leads to the ashram.

How to reach Vishwa Shanti Ashram By 2 Wheeler or 4 Wheeler : It is in Tumkur highway (NH 4) near Nelamangala town. 1 to 2 kms from the Toll is the Ashram on the road side. (One should not go on the flyover. It is difficult to take a turn if travelled on the flyover)


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