Ramana Maharshi Tour

In 1896, as a teenage boy, Sri Ramana left his home to come to Arunachala, never to leave.

Many people flock to Tiruvannamalai each year, but most see only a few locations, such as Ramana Ashram, and maybe Skandashram and Virupaksha Cave. But there are many more places where Ramana lived and interacted with his followers. This tour will take you to all these places.

The Ramana Maharshi Tour traces his footsteps from the time he got off the train from Madurai  in 1896 until his Mahasamadhi at Ramana Ashram in 1950. For followers of Ramana, these are special places, with much deep meaning. Each destination on the tour is special in its own way. This four-day guided tour will bring to each place, and explain its place in Ramana’s life and teaching. We also hope to bring you the special feeling of each holy spot.

Ramana Maharshi

Ramana Maharshi

You can live Ramana’s journey, see the places and hear his story. The Ramana Maharshi Tour takes you to all Ramana’s places on and around Arunachala, places you may have read about for years. On this five-day tour you can see them for yourself, and Ramana’s teachings will come alive in a new way.

This is not some mass produced tour. Rather it will just be held a few times each year, and presented by the best local guide to give you a great experience. If you are interested in Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi and can travel to Tiruvannamalai this winter season, this is not something that you will want to miss.

Sign up now to reserve a place in this tour. Spaces are limited.

Here is a comment about the guide, Saran:

Doug: “Great that you have Saran leading the tour, he is an exceptionally talented guide!”

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