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Entry Fees : Indians: INR 150
Foreigners: INR 600

Timings : 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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The Beatles Ashram, Rishikesh Overview

The Beatles Ashram, also known as Chaurasi Kuti, is located on a cliff in the Swarashram area of Rishikesh, 1 km from Ram Jhula. This is the ashram where The Beatles lived in 1968 and wrote dozens of songs and meditated. The ashram complex houses a former temple, library, kitchen, home of Maharishi Yogi and meditation huts. Most of the buildings are in decay but there are colourful graffiti on the walls. There is also a small gallery and a cafe.

The Beatles Ashram was the training centre of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. It was abandoned until 2015 when it was reopened to the tourists. The ashram is run by Rajaji Tiger Reserve which is located outside its boundary wall. To reach the Beatles Ashram, park the car in the new parking at Janki Setu, on the western bank of the Ganges, and walk for 1km.

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Tips : Visit during late afternoon for a stunning view of the Ganga during sunset

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Shivam Negi

on The Beatles Ashram 2 years ago
If you are a peace lover and love wall arts and paint..then this is ur must visit place, u will witness chaurasi kutiya (84 huts made of pebbles and stones) beautifully decorated...silence and safe p (Read More)lace

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