Thank you for your interest in our November retreat.

We are pleased to advise that the retreat will be held at the
Saptarishi Ashram, Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India.

The teachers will be Ajay Pal Singh and Aditya Anand.

The retreat will be for ten days, from the 10th of November to the 20th of November.

The cost of the retreat will be approximately 800 – 1100 rupees per person per day. The exact cost will be set once the number of participants is confirmed.

Please note that Pragya Trust Teachers and Manager receive none of these funds; all funds go towards covering retreat expenses.

The retreat is in silence and fully residential. You commit to stay the whole time.

Accommodation is shared (same sex) in three person Kutiyas (cottages), and 3 simple vegetarian meals a day are served.

The emphasis is on deep meditation and finding your own personal path. The daily schedule will include group meditations, a guided meditation, a teaching, and occasional opportunity for one-to-one meetings with the teachers.

We encourage you to explore sitting, lying down and walking meditation. Instruction will be given in each form.

If this will be your first retreat with Ajay or Aditya please read the Pragya Trust website to learn more about Pragya Trust.

And specific to our retreats please look at Retreat FAQ.

Places are limited so we advise you to complete the registration process early to avoid disappointment.

To confirm your attendance you must complete the following two steps;

We will send you an email confirming your registration, with further information concerning directions, what to bring, when to arrive etc. after we’ve received your email and online registration form.

If you change plans, please kindly inform us so we can offer the space to someone else who wishes to come.

If you have any questions regarding the retreat please read Retreat Frequently Asked Questions or contact us at pragya.trust@rediffmail.com

We look forward to seeing you soon,

With love and respect,

Pragya Trust

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