STATE TIMES NEWSHYDERABAD: To mark its 75th anniversary, Heartfulness Institute is all set to inaugurate the world’s largest meditation centre of its kind at its global headquarters at Kanha Shantivanam in Hyderabad. This centre will be inaugurated on January 28 in presence of 40,000 plus practitioners of Heartfulness. Daaji, the global guide of heartfulness, will dedicate the centre to the first guide of Heartfulness who was fondly called as Lalaji. Baba Ramdev the renowned yoga guru will be present at the occasion. The magnificent structure which has one central hall and eight secondary halls is spread across 30 acres and can accommodate one lakh practitioners at one go, making it the largest closed structure meditation centre in the world. Daaji guide of Heartfulness said it was built with the primary aim to impart meditation to largest number of people at one go “This meditation centre will be one of the most recognised symbols in the world in years to come, recognised not just due to its magnificence but as a symbol of human transformation,” he said. The three-day sessions during January 28 to 30, February 2 to 4 and February 7 to 9 will host 1.20 lakh practitioners as part of mass meditation activity to commemorate the milestone of 75 years. The President, Ram Nath Kovind, and Anna Hazare will address the practitioners on February 2 and 7, respectively. The 1400 acre facility also hosts a large nursery of six lakh saplings, various water harvesting bodies, a self-sustained, highly automated community kitchen that can make food for one lakh people in a day, an upcoming 350-bed Ayush medical facility, lakhs of trees and several other interesting aspects that could be of interest for you to explore.
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