Situated approximately 2 kilometers from the main Tiruvannamalai Ashram, Sri Raman Ashram is a beautiful home of peace and serenity which is augmented by spiritual aura emanating from divine presence of Sri Raman Maharishi.
Adorning the foot of the Arunachal Hill, the ashram was home to Raman Maharishi from 1922 until his death in 1950. The ashram gradually grew in size from the size a small hut. Today it is place to practice spirituality, contemplation and meditation for hundreds of visitors, as directed by the teachings Sri Raman. The ashram also has a publication department which publishes books in many languages, highlighting the teachings of the Maharishi.
Some of the daily activities of the ashram include prayers, meditation, chanting, mostly in the Samadhi Hall where the mortal remains of Sri Raman Maharishi are enshrined. Besides, a daily kitchen also serve vegetarian meals to hundreds of visitors who come to the ashram every day.