For those who are looking forward to lose oneself in the serenity of nature and meditate in peace to achieve tranquility, these tow ashrams are the right choice.
Anandashram Ashram located near Kanhangad Railway Station was established in year 1939 by Swami Ramadas. The ashram is flanked by a thick cover of groves amid which you will find many fascinating structures. The hill in the east side of the ashram is an ideal place for meditation. The Nityanandasramam is the other popular ashram established by Swami Nityananada. The ashram comprises of a 45 caves crafted out of mountain slope. Near the ashram is also a temple with similar style of architecture as Somanatha Temple in Gujarat. The striking feature of the temple is its stunning idol of Swami Nityananda made out of Panchaloha.