International Intensive Kriya Yoga Seminary
at Hariharananda Gurukulam, Balighai, Puri, India
Phone: +91-6752-46644

The Second Annual Kriya Yoga Retreat is taking place again from the 14th to the 20th of January 2001.

All spiritual aspirants are invited to immerse themselves in the beautiful Ashram atmosphere of Hariharananda Gurukulam located at Balighai, near the Holy City of Puri, in the state of Orissa.

The retreat will be entirely conducted in the Gurukulam grounds, in a vast natural surrounding of forest and garden in close proximity of the sea.

Three times daily meditations; discussions on the intricacies of Yoga Philosophy; discourses and satsang under the direction of inspiring monks of different orders; question and answer sessions along with seva, have been designed to enhance the spiritual experience of each participant. During the retreat, special side trips will be arranged to the Holy City of Puri, the Karar Ashrams of Shriyukteswarji, the hermitage of Sannyal Mahasaya and several other sites of great spiritual significance.

Many monks and yogacharyas will be involved in guiding this program to help in intensifying the depth of meditation and inner peace.

For any further information, please contact:

Prajnana Mission, Cuttack, Indien, Phone.Fax: +91-671-682724
Kriya Yoga Institute, Miami, USA, Phone: +1-305-2471960
Kriya Yoga Centrum, Sterksel, NL, Phone: +31-40-2265576
Kriya Yoga Centre, Tattendorf, Austria, Phone: +43-2253-81491


- Moderately priced accommodations will be arranged in nearby Puri.
- Transportation to and from the Ashram will also be arranged.
- Participants should be dressed in comfortable, loose clothing,
   taking into account the climate.
- Simple Indian vegetarian food will be served during the program.
- Bhubaneshwar is the nearest airport link with all major cities in India.
- If you plan to go to India during this time, please book your tickets in
- advance as the Kumbhamela Festival will take place during this time.

Paramahamsa Praj˝anananda will be in Cuttack and Puri from the
beginning of January until the beginning of February 2001.