Maha Kumbh

Sacred India Journey: An Awakening at Triveni in Maha Kumbh Mela - 2025

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Maha Kumbh the yoga of mysticism and moksha.

Siva Om School of Yoga has been honored with the responsibility of organizing and managing the Maha Kumbh on behalf of Mahamandaleshwar Swami Yatindranand Giri Maharaj for all non-Indians. Are you ready to experience the Divine Awakening at Triveni in Maha Kumbh Mela, a cultural spectacle that occurs only once in 12 years attracting participants from around the globe to take a dip in the holy waters of Ganga, Yamuna, and the mystical Saraswati Goddess rivers. Imagine this, my friends – at the Maha Kumbh, you’ll find a vibrant blend of colors, beliefs, and ideas, all woven intricately into a mesmerizing display of unity. It’s like a one-stop shop for discovering the essence of Hinduism, Eastern philosophy, and the profound science of Liberation – Moksha. Prepare to be immersed in a sea of spiritual energy as you join the largest gathering of its kind in the world. Here, you’ll be in the company of yogis, naga sannyasis, mahatmas, rishis, sages, and spiritual masters from all walks of life, all ready to impart their timeless wisdom and provide guidance. It’s a spiritual feast for the soul, and you’ll be left awe-inspired by the depth of knowledge and devotion that permeates the air.

Namaste, dear fellow seekers of truth and spiritual enthusiasts! Today, I want to take you on a mesmerizing journey to the magnificent Maha Kumbh Mela – a place like no other, where the quest for liberation and Moksha takes center stage! Now, if you’ve ever reflected on this elusive concept of liberation that has captured the hearts of countless souls, the Maha Kumbh is the perfect place to quench your curiosity. It’s a mystical gathering, a melting pot of spiritual wisdom, where every denomination and sect of yoga, Sanatan Dharma, Hinduism, Buddhism, and all other Eastern thought come together in a harmonious dance of beliefs and practices.

Mahamandaleshwar Swami Yatindranand Giri Maharaj Ji inviting seekers to come to Maha Kumbh

The real magic lies in the sea of humanity coming together in harmony. Millions of yogis, rishis and all the other holy men, side by side, taking dips in the holy waters, creating an energy field that will surely restore your faith in humanity. You see, it’s not about overpopulation; it’s about co-existence and tolerance. In the Maha Kumbh, you’ll learn the secret of living in peace and unity, and that wisdom will follow you wherever you go. You’ll become a living embodiment of that beautiful energy.

Speaking of energy, let me share a fascinating discovery by Masaru Emoto. He showed through countless experiments that our thoughts can affect water. Yep, you heard that right! Pure thoughts of devotion and love can transform the very chemical properties of water. Now, imagine what happens when millions of devoted souls gather at the Maha Kumbh. Their sheer devotion turns the water into Amrit – the nectar of immortality. Taking a dip in these sacred waters cleanses all your karma, my friends. It’s like a divine reset button!

And let me tell you, the energy is electrifying! The sacred chants, the divine rituals, and the collective yearning for liberation create an atmosphere that’s truly transformative. You’ll feel an inexplicable connection with the universe as if you’ve tapped into the very essence of existence itself. So, if you’ve been seeking a deeper understanding of life, spirituality, and the path to liberation, look no further than the Maha Kumbh. It’s an experience like no other, where your heart will be filled with wonder and your soul will dance in the divine rhythm of eternity.

A short video of the previous Maha Kumbh held in 2013 by National Geographic

Shahi Snan – Royal Spiritual Bath: Dates

The Royal Spiritual Bath (Shahi Snan) is the key highlight and perhaps the most significant ritual in the Maha Kumbh Mela for karma cleansing and achieving Moksh which is liberation from the cycle of birth death and rebirth, which brings also an end to all suffering. The Naga Sadhus, ascetic holy men, start by taking a sacred dip in the river. Ash-smeared Sadhus with dreadlocked hair creates a mesmerizing and humbling spectacle in grand processions. The ritual atmosphere is rich with sounds and scents.

At dawn, the Naga Sadhus rush into the river, shouting ” Har Har Mahadev” and “Har Har Gange”, for the sacred first dip of the Royal Spiritual Bath (Shahi Snan). This moment exemplifies devotion and spirituality, revealing the strength of the human spirit. Experiencing the Royal Spiritual Bath (Shahi Snan) is to experience Ancient India’s cultural and spiritual essence in its most fullest sense. Recognized globally, the Royal Spiritual Bath (Shahi Snan) has evolved into a grand cultural spectacle, attracting devotees, tourists, researchers, and international media. Its inclusion in UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity has further consolidated its global importance!

Each of the Shahi Snan (Royal Spiritual Bathing) holds significant astrological and spiritual importance, making the Shahi Snan a pivotal event in the Maha Kumbh MelaThe four Shahi Snan (Royal Spiritual Bathing) dates at Maha Kumbh Mela 2025 are:

Makar Sankranti Snan -> 14th January 2025: This date is considered auspicious for spiritual growth and cleansing and sets the tone for the Maha Kumbh.

Mauni Amavasya Snan -> 4th February 2025: This is the main Shahi Snan (Royal Spiritual Bathing), believed to be the most auspicious for spiritual liberation.

Basant Panchami Snan -> 10th February 2025: This date is associated with the goddess Saraswati and is considered the most important for spiritual growth and knowledge.

the holy, mythical, mystical naga sannyasis: the warrior yogi sect

The emergence of mythical Naga Sannyasis at Maha Kumbh: A divine spectacle embodying ancient traditions and spiritual fervor.

The Retreat Dates

3 Major Retreats

There are 3 separate Major retreats being organized, each lasting 5 days. These 3 separate Major retreats include the Royal Spiritual Bath.

Major Retreat 1

January 11 - 15, 2025

Major Retreat 1 for the Makar Sankranti Snan Royal Spiritual Bath.

Major Retreat 2

February 1 - 5, 2025

Major Retreat 2 for the Mauni Amavasya Snan Royal Spiritual Bath.

Major Retreat 3

February 7 - 11, 2025

Major Retreat 3 for the Basant Panchami Snan Royal Spiritual Bath.

Retreat Payment Options for the Major Retreats:

Until September 30th From October 1st onwards:
4-person dormitory: €1000 (*per person) 4-person dormitory: €1200 (*per person)
Double sharing room: €1900 (*per person) Double sharing room: €2280 (*per person)
Single private room: €3600 (*per person) Single private room: €4320 (*per person)

3 Minor Retreats

There are 3 separate Minor retreats being organized, each lasting 5 days. These 3 Minor retreats do not include the Royal Spiritual Bath (Shahi Snan), however, they must not be considered any lesser as they provide an opportunity to experience other aspects of Maha Kumbh which sometimes are overshadowed by the Royal Spiritual Bath (Shahi Snan).

Minor Retreat 1

January 18-22, 2025

Minor Retreat 2

Jan 25-29, 2025

Minor Retreat 3

February 14-18, 2025

Retreat Payment Options for the Minor Retreats:

Until September 30th From October 1st onwards:
4-person dormitory: €800 (*per person) 4-person dormitory: €960 (*per person)
Double sharing room: €1500 (*per person) Double sharing room: €1800 (*per person)
Single private room: €3000 (*per person) Single private room: €3600 (*per person)

Schedule for each of the 5 day Maha Kumbh Retreat

Day 1: Arrival and Orientation

  • Welcome ceremony and introduction to fellow participants and the whole community along with the teachers, Guru Shri Siddhartha and Mahamandaleshwar Swami Yatindranand Giri Maharaj.
  • Orientation on the significance of the Kumbh Mela and the retreat’s theme.
  • Evening: Opening Siva Om yoga session by yoga teacher Lavinia Cometti to ground and prepare participants for the transformative journey ahead.
  • Evening: Sunset meditation with Guru Shri Siddhartha to connect with the divine energy of the setting sun over the holy rivers.

Day 2: Union of Elements

  • Morning yajna focusing on purifying the body and mind through Vedic rituals with Mahamandaleshwar Swami Yatindranand Giri Maharaj and Guru Shri Siddhartha.
  • Afternoon: Workshop on the art of mindfulness and cultivating present-moment awareness.
  • Evening: Siva Om yoga session by yoga teacher Lavinia Cometti at the Kumbh Mela grounds.
  • Evening: Guided walking meditation to embrace the sacred surroundings of Triveni Sangam.
  • Workshop on chakra healing and balancing to harmonize the energy centers with Guru Shri Siddhartha.

Day 3: Flowing with Grace

  • Early morning river-side meditation, harnessing the flow of the rivers as a metaphor for going with the flow of life.
  • Morning Siva Om yoga session by yoga teacher Lavinia Cometti, and workshop on pranayama techniques to enhance the life force and vital energy.
  • Afternoon: Workshop on yoga philosophy and the wisdom of ancient scriptures with Guru Shri Siddhartha.
  • Evening: Guided mantra chanting to experience the healing power of sacred sounds.

Day 4: Empowering the Self

  • Sunrise meditation to embrace the rising sun as a symbol of inner empowerment
  • The Holy Bath at the Prayag Raj with the company of Mahamandaleshwar Swami Yatindranand Giri Maharaj at the Sangam.
  • Afternoon: Guided walking meditation amidst the bustling Kumbh Mela grounds, embracing the diversity of spiritual seekers
  • Workshop on self-empowerment and setting intentions for personal growth with Guru Shri Siddhartha.
  • Afternoon: Guided self-reflection and journaling session.
  • Evening: Satsang with Mahamandaleshwar Swami Yatindranand Giri Maharaj, including spiritual discourse and Q&A session.
  • *Note: Only day 4 will differ between the Major and Minor retreats.

Day 5: Culmination and Blessings

  • Sunrise meditation, expressing gratitude for the transformative journey at Triveni Sangam.
  • Final Siva Om yoga session by yoga teacher Lavinia Cometti, combining all aspects of the retreat’s practices for a holistic experience
  • Evening: Tratak meditation for inner clarity and insight with Guru Shri Siddhartha.
  • Closing ceremony to bid farewell and take blessings of Mahamandaleshwar Swami Yatindranand Giri Maharaj and Guru Shri Siddhartha for continued growth and spiritual awakening.

Note: The schedule is subject to change to accommodate any unforeseen circumstances or divine guidance during the retreat. The retreat leaders will ensure that the participants feel supported and nurtured throughout the journey.

Included in the package:

  • Authentic Siva Om Yoga practice in the mornings.
  • Special evening meditation sessions with Guru Shri.
  • Vedic yajnas for Karma cleansing.
  • Satsang with the Mahamandaleshwar Swami Yatindranand Giri Maharaj Ji.
  • VIP invite to the holy procession for the royal holy bath.
  • Airport/Railway station pickup and drop-off from Prayagraj, India.
  • Secure and Guided tours within the Maha Kumbh.
  • Wooden cottage accommodation.
  • Separate bathroom for each wooden cottage.
  • All sattvic meals (vegetarian yogic diet) and bottled drinking water.
  • Personal Security team along with police personal for safety.
    • *Note: The package cost includes only what is mentioned above.
    • *Note: Any extras not mentioned above, such as airfare, visa charges, shopping, travel insurance, etc are borne at your own expense.

Elevate Your Spiritual Journey at Maha Kumbh: The Ashram Environment

We profoundly focus on simplicity and tranquility, dedicated to providing an accommodation experience that enhances your spirituality. Rather than focusing on all other distractions that are always and continuously available in life, we have kept into focus a vision to embody the simple and serene atmosphere found in an ashram which is necessary to enhance the Maha Kumbh experience. We have meticulously crafted a minimalistic environment that nurtures peace, self-reflection, and personal development, enabling you to wholeheartedly embrace your spiritual quest while making sure that safety and hygiene remain of the highest standards.

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Travel Assistance

Our team is committed to facilitating every aspect of your travel journey, allowing you to focus solely on the profound spiritual and cultural significance of the Maha Kumbh. Whether you require guidance with visa procedures or seek assistance with transportation logistics, we are here to ensure that your pilgrimage unfolds seamlessly from start to finish.

  • Assisting you in obtaining the necessary visa.
  • Assistance with any travel insurance through trusted affiliates.
  • Seamless travel arrangements in a personal or shared cab from New Delhi to Prayagraj.

To reach Prayagraj on your own we suggest:

Maha Kumbh Prayagraj bridge over the holy rivers

To first reach Indira Gandhi International Terminal in New Delhi which serves as a convenient entry point with incoming flights from every country. After a suggested single day rest in Delhi, proceed to Prayagraj:

  1. By Air: The nearest airport to the retreat location of Prayagraj, India, is Bamrauli Airport (IXD). It is a domestic airport located in Allahabad (now officially known as Prayagraj), approximately 12 kilometers southwest of the city center. Alternatively, travelers can also consider arriving at Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport (VNS), also known as Varanasi Airport, located in Varanasi, which is about 120 kilometers from Prayagraj.
  2. By Road: The most common route is via National Highway 19 (NH19) or the Yamuna Expressway, which connects Delhi to Agra, and then continue on NH19 towards Prayagraj. The distance between New Delhi and Prayagraj (formerly Allahabad) by road is approximately 635 kilometers via the NH19 route and it takes around 12 to 15 hours to drive from New Delhi to Prayagraj by car. Plan regular rest stops along the way to stretch your legs, refuel, and take breaks. Rest areas, roadside eateries, and petrol pumps are common places to stop for refreshments and rest. You may also take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy the scenic landscapes, and cultural attractions, such as visiting Mathura which is known as the birthplace of Bhagwan Shri Krishan as well as the neighboring town of Vrindavan which is another sacred town associated with the life of Bhagwan Shri Krishan and lastly Agra: which is renowned for the iconic Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
  3. By Train: You can check the availability of trains and book tickets online through the Indian Railways website (https://www.irctc.co.in/). There are several trains that operate between New Delhi and Prayagraj, including both express and superfast trains. Look for a train that fits your schedule and preferences in terms of travel time, class of travel, and amenities offered. Once you’ve selected a train, proceed to book your ticket through the Indian Railways website. Make sure to provide accurate passenger information and choose your preferred class of travel (e.g., Sleeper Class, AC Class). On the day of your journey, arrive at New Delhi Railway Station well in advance of your train’s departure time. It’s advisable to reach the station at least 30-45 minutes before the scheduled departure to allow time for security checks and boarding. During Mahakumbh, the Indian railways may experience high traffic overload resulting in overcrowding and unavailability of seats, therefore travelling by train is NOT recommended.

Travel by road assistance

Travel Assistance within India for One-Way Travel: Delhi to Prayagraj (Maha Kumbh) or Prayagraj (Maha Kumbh) to Delhi

Travel Duration
•⁠ ⁠8-10 hour drive (depending on traffic and stops)

Pickup and Drop-off
•⁠ ⁠Pickup Location: Any place in Delhi
•⁠ ⁠Drop-off Location: Direct drop to Maha Kumbh, Prayagraj

Vehicle Options and Pricing

1.⁠ ⁠Mini SUV
– Capacity: 4 passengers
– Price: 400€ + tax

2.⁠ ⁠Luxury SUV
– Capacity: 6 passengers
– Price: 600€ + tax

3.⁠ ⁠Luxury Van Traveller
– Capacity: 16 passengers
– Price: 1000€ + tax

Notes

  • Ensure to account for potential delays due to traffic and necessary stops during the journey.
  • Please note this is not a part of the original retreat price and will cost extra as this is an add-on.

Speak to a Travel Consultant to begin your journey.

If you need any further travel assistance, please contact SivaOm team.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Authentic Siva Om Yoga practice in the mornings.
  • Special evening meditation sessions with Guru Shri.
  • Vedic yajnas for Karma cleansing.
  • Satsang with the Mahamandaleshwar Swami Yatindranand Giri Maharaj Ji.
  • VIP invite to the holy procession for the royal holy bath.
  • Airport/Railway station pickup and drop-off from Prayagraj, India.
  • Secure and Guided tours within the Maha Kumbh.
  • Wooden cottage accommodation.
  • Separate bathroom for each wooden cottage.
  • All sattvic meals (vegetarian yogic diet) and bottled drinking water.
  • Personal Security team along with police personal for safety.

*Note: The package cost includes only what is mentioned above.
*Note: Any extras not mentioned above, such as airfare, visa charges, shopping, travel insurance, etc are borne at your own expense.

One should plan to arrive early in the morning on the 1st day of the retreat and aim to depart upon the conclusion of the retreat on the morning of the 6th day.

Our team is committed to facilitating every aspect of your travel journey, allowing you to focus solely on the profound spiritual and cultural significance of the Maha Kumbh. Whether you require guidance with visa procedures or seek assistance with transportation logistics, we are here to ensure that your pilgrimage unfolds seamlessly from start to finish.

  • Assisting you in obtaining the necessary visa.
  • Assistance with any travel insurance through trusted affiliates.
  • Seamless travel arrangements in a personal or shared cab from New Delhi to Prayagraj.
  • The detailed daily schedule has been provided above for your reference.
  • It is advisable to take part in the schedule so that the collective consciousness of all remains at the same level; however, it is not compulsory.
  • Wooden Cottages act as our accommodation for the retreat.
  • Private bathroom for each wooden cottage.
  • All sattvic meals (vegetarian yogic diet) and bottled drinking water are provided.
  • You may inquire in advance about special dietary needs.
  • Vedic yajnas for Karma cleansing.
  • Satsang with the Mahamandaleshwar Swami Yatindranand Giri Maharaj Ji.
  • VIP invite to the holy procession for the royal holy bath
  • For any reason, if we cancel the retreat, we shall provide a refund within 30 business days.
  • The student can either make a 50% non-refundable deposit and purchase the no-show insurance which covers the entire amount of the retreat price.
  • Or the student may opt for a full 100% non-refundable deposit, thereby saving on the purchase of the no-show insurance.
  • Only bank transfers are accepted as payment, and cash payments are not permitted.
  • Siva Om yoga practice which includes a mystical union of the 4 main branches of yoga (raja – karma – jnan – bhakti) combined in its original teachings from Ancient India, into a single seminar of 90 minutes.
  • They are suitable for anyone and everyone.

You may come alone, with a partner, with a friend, with your family, or with a group.

  • Children below the age of 4 are not recommended.

Clothing:

  • Comfortable and lightweight clothes suitable for warm weather.
  • Modest clothing for visiting sacred sites.
  • Extra pairs of undergarments and socks.
  • Scarves or shawls for covering shoulders and head during prayers.
  • Winter fleece for night time drop in weather.

Footwear:

  • Sturdy walking shoes or sandals for long walks and uneven terrain.
  • Flip-flops or sandals for use in washrooms or around the accommodation area.

Personal Hygiene:

  • Toothbrush, toothpaste, and dental floss.
  • Soap, shampoo, and conditioner.
  • Hand sanitizer and wet wipes.
  • Feminine hygiene products.
  • Sunscreen and lip balm with SPF.
  • Insect repellent.
  • Personal medication and a basic first aid kit.

Accessories:

  • Sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat or cap for sun protection.
  • Travel-size umbrella.
  • Lightweight backpack or daypack for carrying essentials during the day.
  • Money belt or pouch to keep valuables safe.
  • Portable phone charger and power bank.
  • Travel guidebook or map of the Maha Kumbh area.

Spiritual Items:

  • Yoga Mat.
  • Prayer beads (mala) or rosary.
  • Spiritual texts or prayer books.
  • Small altar items, such as a picture or statue of a deity.

Miscellaneous:

  • Reusable water bottles to stay hydrated.
  • Snacks and energy bars for quick bites between meals.
  • Disposable or reusable plastic bags for storing wet or dirty clothes.
  • Travel-size sewing kit and safety pins for minor repairs.
  • Any required identification documents, such as passports or ID cards.

Optional Items:

  • Camera or smartphone for capturing memories.
  • Journal or notebook for recording your experiences.
  • Travel pillow and blanket for long journeys or resting.
  • Earplugs and eye mask for better sleep in crowded or noisy environments.

We suggest that a person stay for the entirety of the retreat, which is 5 days. However, there is no minimum stay duration. Please note that we can provide pick-up and drop-off facilities only at the beginning and end of the retreat, not in the middle of it.

There are no specific health or medical requirements for participation in the Maha Kumbh. However, it is advisable to consult with your healthcare provider before embarking on any pilgrimage, especially if you have pre-existing medical conditions or concerns. Additionally, it’s essential to stay hydrated, practice good hygiene, and take necessary precautions to prevent common illnesses such as dehydration, sunburn, and insect bites during your time at the Maha Kumbh.

  • Routine Vaccinations: Ensure that your routine vaccinations, such as measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis, varicella (chickenpox), polio, and influenza, are up to date.
  • Hepatitis A and B: Vaccination against hepatitis A and B is recommended for travelers to India due to the risk of contaminated food and water.
  • Diarrheal Illness Prevention: Practicing good hygiene, such as frequent handwashing and avoiding tap water, ice, and raw or undercooked foods, can help prevent diarrheal illnesses like traveler’s diarrhea.
  • To reach Prayagraj on your own we suggest:

    To first reach Indira Gandhi International Terminal in New Delhi which serves as a convenient entry point with incoming flights from every country. After a suggested single day rest in Delhi, proceed to Prayagraj:

    1. By Air: The nearest airport to the retreat location of Prayagraj, India, is Bamrauli Airport (IXD). It is a domestic airport located in Allahabad (now officially known as Prayagraj), approximately 12 kilometers southwest of the city center. Alternatively, travelers can also consider arriving at Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport (VNS), also known as Varanasi Airport, located in Varanasi, which is about 120 kilometers from Prayagraj.
    2. By Road: The most common route is via National Highway 19 (NH19) or the Yamuna Expressway, which connects Delhi to Agra, and then continue on NH19 towards Prayagraj. The distance between New Delhi and Prayagraj (formerly Allahabad) by road is approximately 635 kilometers via the NH19 route and it takes around 12 to 15 hours to drive from New Delhi to Prayagraj by car. Plan regular rest stops along the way to stretch your legs, refuel, and take breaks. Rest areas, roadside eateries, and petrol pumps are common places to stop for refreshments and rest. You may also take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy the scenic landscapes, and cultural attractions, such as visiting Mathura which is known as the birthplace of Bhagwan Shri Krishan as well as the neighboring town of Vrindavan which is another sacred town associated with the life of Bhagwan Shri Krishan and lastly Agra: which is renowned for the iconic Taj Mahal, one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
    3. By Train: You can check the availability of trains and book tickets online through the Indian Railways website (https://www.irctc.co.in/). There are several trains that operate between New Delhi and Prayagraj, including both express and superfast trains. Look for a train that fits your schedule and preferences in terms of travel time, class of travel, and amenities offered. Once you’ve selected a train, proceed to book your ticket through the Indian Railways website. Make sure to provide accurate passenger information and choose your preferred class of travel (e.g., Sleeper Class, AC Class). On the day of your journey, arrive at New Delhi Railway Station well in advance of your train’s departure time. It’s advisable to reach the station at least 30-45 minutes before the scheduled departure to allow time for security checks and boarding.

Do’s:

  • Respect the Mahamnadleshwar, Guru Shri, country heads, yoga teacher, fellow participants, and the retreat staff.
  • Arrive on time for all scheduled activities, including yoga classes, meals, and excursions.
  • Listen to your body and practice yoga mindfully, honoring your own limitations and avoiding injury.
  • Stay hydrated and nourished by drinking plenty of water and eating nutritious meals.
  • Participate fully in all aspects of the retreat, including yoga classes, meditation sessions, workshops, etc.
  • Be open to trying new experiences and techniques that are offered during the retreat.
  • Practice mindfulness and be present in the moment, both on and off the yoga mat.
  • Respect the natural environment and surroundings of the retreat center.
  • Be mindful of noise levels and respect quiet hours to allow for relaxation and rest.
  • Use electronic devices sparingly and mindfully to maintain a sense of retreat and inner peace.

 

Don’ts:

  • Don’t take pictures of anyone without their permission.
  • Don’t wander off away from the group on your own.
  • Don’t disrupt the class or distract others during yoga sessions.
  • Don’t push yourself too hard or attempt poses beyond your skill level.
  • Don’t skip meals or neglect your self-care during the retreat.
  • Don’t engage in disruptive or disrespectful behavior towards others.
  • Don’t bring drugs, alcohol, or any prohibited substances to the retreat center.
  • Don’t engage in gossip or negative talk about fellow participants or the retreat staff.
  • Don’t disrespect the rules and guidelines set forth by the retreat organizers.
  • Don’t monopolize the time or attention of the Mahamnadleshwar, Guru Shri, country heads, yoga teacher, fellow participants, and the retreat staff.
  • Don’t litter or leave personal belongings in common areas.
  • Don’t allow electronic devices to distract you from fully immersing yourself in the retreat experience.

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