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The Beatles Ashram

| South of Swarg Ashram, Rishikesh, India
+91 88949 17116
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| South of Swarg Ashram, Rishikesh, India
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+91 88949 17116
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"interesting place"
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Reviewed 3 days ago

we made it there just before 5 pm closing time.. walk in as far as you can, because the art work in deep inside among the abandoned structures.. try enter one of those meditation cells theyre interesting from inside too..

Thank Freyaan
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Reviewed 4 days ago

I enjoyed my little sojourn of the so-called Beatles Ashram, which is actuallythe Chaurasi Kutiya Ashram. This was the ashram of the controversial Mahesh Yogi. But it came to limelight due to brief but eventful trip by the 4 members of Beatles in 1968. The...More

Thank Raviagni
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We thought about going by, taking it easy.. Have a walk, taking few pics .. Not really a big Beatles fan but let’s go and see! And then a huge sign on the entrance: FOREING FEE : 600 Rupee!! Are they insane?! I mean, almost...More

Thank GoAlMa A
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you can get past the exorbitant entrance fee to the park it is worth it. The abandoned ashram is eerily beautiful and knowing who walked the grounds in search of transcendence makes it feel powerful. Bring a good camera and read up on your...More

Thank Hannah L
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Heard lot from local people . As i was on business trip so couldnt spend much time . Its purely foriegners hub . Nice cafe

Thank r0ckymel
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Best Wall paintings with beautiful quotes I have ever seen. Try not going solo because taking selfies really suck.

Thank PRAVIN B
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The ambience was great. It’s a must go place if you visit Rishikesh. Excellent hospitality. It’s very popular with foreign tourists. Cafe is very nice.

Thank lavanya2018
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It's good to visit for some time with friends as it is something one might not expect in Rishikesh...

Thank Dev K
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Chaurasikutiya aka Beatlesashram Rishikesh is a spectacular wonder to explore. Beatles came here in 1968 to learn transcendental meditation (TM) from Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. During there stay here they wrote many famous songs. Main catch there are meditation huts and graffiti art. Also residence of...More

Thank Sujashi
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A really wonderful place lost inside the chaotic Indian atmosphere opposite of the main town of Rishikesh. The Beatles history is not thoroughly put up so you have to go about that with your own love for Beatles. The artworks contributed by the people who've...More

Thank SanskarYogashala
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Response from Yoganam | Reviewed this property |
Yes the car can go right upto the ashram. You can approach it from the Gita Bhawan area which is more crowded or from the RajaJi National Reserve which is longer but through the open hills. If going through the reserve... More
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