Shanti Kunj

Shanti Kunj was established in Haridwar by the enlightened Pandit Shriram Sharma Acharya in 1971 to propagate a divine society in this modern era known as the All World Gayatri Pariwar. It was established with the endeavor to disseminate scientific spirituality through the identification and control of one's inner thoughts. The Haridwar Shanti Kunj is the head quarter for the mission and has over 70 million followers spread across the world. With an effort to awaken morally, ethically and spiritually, the institution is spreading the words of love, unity, understanding and peace.

The concept that is followed by the Shanti Kunj of Haridwar bring hundreds of people everyday to this must visit place in Haridwar. Irrespective of caste, creed, religion, belief and faith, devotees congregate in this place and the center welcomes all with open heart. Shanti Kunj offers training courses to infuse holistic thoughts and action for those who wish to benefit from the unique concept of the institution. These training courses span for 5 days, 9 days, one month, and also 3 months as per individual wish.

The Gayatri Mahayagayas or divine sacrifice organized by the institution attracts millions of people from around the world. A visit to the center in Haridwar can give a basic idea of the immense work the institution and its followers are doing to establish their dream world of spirituality. The temples of Sajal Shraddha and Prakhar Pragya also attract many devotees to Shanti Kunj. The spiritual ambiance and the deep peace that the center exudes continue to attract tourists from far and wide.

Last Updated on 17th Oct 2012



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