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Intensive courses

of traditional Yoga and meditation

under the guidance of real Guru.
Pirji Maharaj Yogi Shambhunathji and Guru Yogi Sat Nath Ji.
Secrets of Nath siddhas…
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On the road to Abeshwar Mahadev Temple in Aravalli hills, Sirohi district, Rajasthan, India.
Surrounded by very traditional environment and culture in a beautiful nature of untouched flora and fauna.
Remote location of 9300m2 of the land and property.

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Beautiful large shady garden.
Guru Gorakhnath temple, Kaal Bhairav and Hinglaj Devi temple.
Samadhi (tomb) of Mahant Laharnathji Maharaj.
Nath dhuna: round holy Nath ritual fire place.

10 triplerooms for aspirants (30 in all rooms plus possibility of staying in halls).

3 halls and other places for yoga and meditation sadhana.

Kitchen, showers and toilets.


Absolute silence and observation for 3 days after arrival up to a new moon celebration.
New moon Yajna (fire sacrificial ceremony) and fasting for success of renouncing and cultivation.
Systematic disciplined training (all program is compulsory).
Aspirants for Nathood will receive Diksha at full moon celebration after three days of fasting.

Daily routine:

4:00 Wake up bells (compulsory silence)
4:30-5:30 Silent meditation (Nath traditional techniques)
5:45 Fresh fruit smoothie (still in silence)
6:00-6:30 Mangal Aarti (Nath devotional rituals and mantras)
7:00-8:30 Sadhana (cultivation of the bodymind by techniques)
New students guided by master in a group.
Old students with their individual tailored programs.
8:30-9:00 Meditation
9:00 Breakfast: cereal porridge
10:00-11:00 Satsanga (written questions and answers)
11:00-11:30 Meditation
12:00 Lunch: vegan/vegetarian/raw
13:00 Personal time of the rest and introspection (noble speech possible 13:00-15:00)
15:00-16:30 Sadhana (cultivation of the bodymind by techniques)
New students guided by master in a group.
Old students with their individual tailored programs.
17:00 Tea
17:30 Silence starts again
17:30-18:00 Meditation
18:00-18:30 Mangal Aarti (Nath devotional rituals and mantras)
19:00 Supper: vegan/vegetarian/raw
20:00 Personal time/ special program
21:00 Good night bells

Sunday Only raw food (uncooked) diet
Monday Darshana day for public (6:00-18:30)
Tuesday No food day (extra 30min meditation instead of every meal)
Wednesday Shatkarma (cleases)
Thursday Mountain walk
Friday Silence day
Saturday Kirtana, Bhajan, Music evening

Ekadasi 11.day after a full moon
arrival of a new aspirants, fasting of older students
3 days silence of a new aspirants only up to a new moon
Amavasya a new moon Sankalpa circle and Yajna ritual
Ekadasi 11.day after a new moon, fasting of all students
Aspirants for Nath diksha continue to the Full moon
Poornima a full moon Sharing circle and Dikshas (initiations)

Divali Thursday 4.11.2021 Light celebration program. New moon yajna.
Xmass Saturday 25.12.2021 Fasting silence, Kirtana, Bhajan, Music evening
New year Friday 31.12.2021 Silence Yajna for a new year
Maha Shivaratri Monday 28.2.2022 No sleep night, ecstatic dance party
Holi Friday 18.3.2022 Colour festival program. Full moon.

Code of discipline

  • Filling up the admission form and positive answer prior of the arrival is a must.
  • All personal belongings into the locker. (will be given back at departure)
  • No personal name use.
  • Addressing of a aspirant = Avadhu
    Initiated Naths=Nathji
    Pirji Shambuhunath Rawal=Pirji Maharaj
    Guru Yogi Sat Nath=Guruji
  • No contact out of Ashram at all.
  • Bare feet zone in the whole ashrama.
  • Silence of aspirants every day accept noble speech 1-3pm.
  • No leaving of the ashrama site without permission.
  • Separation of men and women in accommodation and sadhana.
  • Sleeping on a simple mattress (available in the ashrama).
  • Security safe for passports, credit cards, cash etc.
  • Dress code : white colour only (orange for Naths)
    Longoti (loincloth) 2x, Worm underwear set 2x, Dhoti (skirt) 2x, Alfi (long shirts) 2x, Pagri (turban) 2x, Rudraksha Malla in Gomukh 1x. Thin and thick blanket.
  • Whole dress code will be given in the ashrama for purchase price.
  • Perfume free zone, no jewellery or other religious items.
  • Emergency email and phone line for special situations.
  • In case of sickness, one day fasting in a room.
  • Visit of the doctor or transportation to the hospital available.
  • Alcohol, smoking, meat and egg free zone.
  • Absolute humble discipline.
  • Perfect hygiene and cleanliness of the body and place.
  • You will be asked to leave our institution in case of any violence, sexual behaviour or breaking other rules.
  • We support vegans or raw food eaters (possible all the time).

All the program is compulsory.

  • Aspirants are having a duty in kitchen and in cleaning according the schedule.
  • All the aspirants agree with using online camera on the site, making photos and using it as we need for publicity and motivation of others.
  • At the end of the course You will get a graduate certificate with official confirmation of our tradition.


Fill up the Application form and send it to our Email.

Minimum stay: 21days

Maximum stay: no limit

Donation: noble voluntariness

Admition days

These are the only days when You can join us.

You are asked not to leave earlier then after 21days of training.

Amavasya Ekadasi :

  • 1.11.2021
  • 30.11.2021
  • 30.12.2021
  • 28.1.2022
  • 26.2.2022

Meet Our Masters

His holiness Rajyogiji (a royal elected yogi of our tradition) blessed and supported our noble  mission.

Pirji Maharaj Shambhunath of Rawal panth (one of 12 branches of our tradition) gave His beautiful place for us to use.

And Guru Yogi Sat Nathji (who speaks English) will be the main master of the training.