Ashram and its People
The Ashram honours its visitors equally. Peasants, artisans, intellectuals, women, adivasis, scientists, artists, administrators, statesmen, all are seen as epistemic beings, none inferior or superior to any other.
The Ashram is a place where people interested in Vidya come. They come for a day, a week, a few months, for even longer, or for indefinite periods. They come because they find the dialogue at the Ashram enlightening and rewarding. They come because they want to contribute to the Ashram by their ideas & lifestyle.
The Ashram is at Sarnath, seven kms north of the Varanasi cantonment Railway Station. Seven kilometers south of the Station is Banares Hindu University. This is the north south expanse of the city of Varanasi.
Sarnath symbolises the tradition of the perennial philosophy of change.
|Dr. Chitra Sahasrabudhey||Sarnath|
|Dilip Kumar ‘dili’||Sarnath|
|Santosh Kumar Samvigya||Sarnath|
|Pervez Aslam Hashmi||Varanasi|
|Mohammad Aleem Hashmi||Varanasi|
|Praval Kumar Singh||Varanasi|
|Jagdish Singh Yadav||Varanasi|
|Dr. Girish Sahasrabudhey||Nagpur|
|Dr. K. K. Surendran||Pune|
|Dr. Naresh Sharma||Hyderabad|
|Dr. B. Krishnarajulu||Hyderabad|
|Dr. Abhijit Mitra||Hyderabad|
|Mohan Rao||Chirala, AP|
|Dr. J. K. Suresh||Bengaluru|
|Dr. Ashok Jhunjhunwala||Chennai|
|Dr. C. N. Krishnan||Chennai|
|Dr. Vijay Joshi||Manila|
|Dr. Amit Basole||Boston|