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Incepted in 1888 with the birth of the First Guru Gaddi Yogeshwar Ramlal Bhagwan, the mission is now known as Shri Yog Abhyas Ashram Trust [Regd.], a non-profit organization aimed at advancing and propagating Yoga practices to spread peace in the world.  Our organization has adopted as a scientific cure to human ailments. Envisioning the concept of Yogic colleges and schools for the country’s and world’s welfare, we are continually working to bring more research works, journals, periodicals, papers and educational contents.

Our organization is actively organizing camps inside and outside side India to enrich the world with the philosophy of yoga. Through these camps, we supervise the youth (and everyone else) to perform Yogic Kriyas, Asans, Pranayams and Mudras. Currently, Yogeshwar DeviDayal International Yogic Cure and Research Center has is established at 32 locations nation-wide.

Yoga for Wellness

Yoga encourages holistic wellness. As such, it does not focus on physical health alone. It also brings about a healthy mind that is self-aware of thoughts and habits.

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Yoga for Mindfulness

The benefits of Yoga on body, mind and spirit are many. As it is, one of the main areas of focus when practicing Yoga is developing mindfulness.

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Yoga for Spirituality

Yoga helps to unify the three aspects of our being – body, mind and spirit with a spiritual force or Universal Force.

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Events

Read about the Yoga camps and sessions conducted by our organisation under the guidance of Yogacharya Amit Dev in India and around the world.

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Years of Legacy

1 Million+

Volunteers

70+

Branches

1000+

Camps Globally

Photo Gallery

Get a glimpse of the Yoga camps that spread the message of love, peace and joy among our followers around the world.

News & Blog

Browse through the latest events and meetings attended by devoted followers of the Yoga masters or read in-depth about Yoga in our blogs.

Always Remember

In this world all are like travelers in a caravanserai, where they stop for a little and depart; houses and furniture do not belong

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