Badarikashrama is a non-profit organization, a center for spiritual and cultural learning for the past three decades.


The ashrama provides a peaceful atmosphere to worship and ensures sanctity to thousands of people through many religious, cultural and educational programs. With a variety of activities suitable for the whole family, the ashrama ensures that the unique and ancient cultures are taught to the future generations in a western environment. We are committed to serving the spiritual and cultural needs of society through opportunities for personal liberation and the service to God through Humanity. People of all nationalities and faiths can feel welcome here to share in the resources and activities of the ashrama. We have two centers to serve you. Our USA center is located in San Leandro, California, and our India center is located in Madihalli, Karnataka, India.

Badarikashrama is a non-profit organization and all your donations to the ashrama are tax-deductible in America and in India. We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity for service. Your support will enable us to maintain the ashramas both in America and India as places of peace and sanctity. Your donations will go a long way in furthering the objectives of our mission of serving God through humanity.

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Tuesday, October 13th-Thurs. 22nd, 2015







Daily Schedule

5:00 – 7:00 AM Sri Chandi Paatha

11:00 – 1:00 PM – Sri Durga Homa

6:30 – 8:00 PMSri Lalitha Sahasranam Puja & Arati

Special Functions

Wed. Oct. 14th, 5:00pm Mataki Kirtan by Mataki Bhaktonki Mandali
Sat., Oct. 17th, 6:30 pm Mataki Jagran by Sejal Mehta and Ashram Devotees
Sun., Oct. 18th, 7:00pm- 8:00pm Divine Mother Bhajans by Suman & Sargam Shah
Wed., Oct. 21st 6:30 pm Sri Durgashtami Puja and 7:30 pm Ras Garba
Thurs. Oct. 22nd 5:30 pm Sri Vijayadashami Celebration with Sri Durga Homa &              

7:00 pm Sri Mahishasura Mardini by Ilora Jha & group with Pradosh Sarkar on tabla 8:00pm Arati, Mahaprasad and Ras Garba