Anand Ashram:

Ashram dedicated to Universal Love and Service.Situated about 25 km south of the Thalathoor heritage, Anandashramam was founded in 1939 by Swami Ramadas. This ashram is dedicated to Universal Love and Service. The main ashram and other buildings have a beautiful setting in the midst of shady mango groves and a few coconut trees.This ashram follows an ideology which gives a lot of importance to ‘Seva ‘ (service) and ‘Satsangs’ (communal prayers). There is a hill to the east of the ashram, great popular spot to meditate with peace and tranquility. A great place to go to quench ones spiritual thirst.

NityaNanda Ashram :

Bhagawan Nithyananda is among the greatest Yogis of modern times and a true saint of Kasargod. This Ashram is located about 35 km south of the Kasaragod. A leading school in the technique of Raja Yoga, this ashram was founded by Bhagawan Nithyananda, who was one of the greatest Yogis of modern times. He was a silent Yogi, who communicated through eloquent silence. He never preached or gave lectures. He spoke rarely, but he was a universal teacher. It is believed that the great Mahatma Gandhi came to him to seek guidance. It is a well known fact that, after meeting with Bhagawan Nithyananda, Gandhiji introduced the historical “Quit India movement”. He also coined the “Do or Die” slogan to support the movement in the year 1942. The 45 caves used for meditation at the ashram are surrounded by lush greenery, a perfect place to learn Raja Yoga, a must visit for everybody visiting Kasaragod.