Babajiís Kriya Yoga Order of Acharyas
Trust is a registered society in Sri Lanka. It maintains on a charitable
basis, an ashram and large meeting hall, as well as a shrine to
Satguru Babaji Nagaraj at a beachfront site, a few yards south of
Colombo, Sri Lanka. For the public it offers introductory classes,
several weekly Kriya Hatha Yoga classes, a meditation room, a bookstore,
and initiation seminars in Babajiís Kriya Yoga. For Kriya Yoga initiates
it also offers regular satsang meetings.
The ashram address:
59 Peters Lane
E-mail: Sri Lanka Ashram
Kriyanandamayi:: (00) (94) 773 706 988
(00) (94) 776 055 359
Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 6 pm.
Individual classes can be conducted after consultation.
Please note that the ashram does not
offer accommodation over night.
1. Kriya Babaji and the Ancient
Kataragama Shrine. Click here to read this article
2. Kriya Babaji Nagaraj. Click here to read this article
The History of Babaji’s Kriya Yoga in Sri Lanka: A Pilgrims Guide by M. G. Satchidananda: Click here to read this article
Acharya Kriyananadamayi assisted by Ahil Siva and Devaki offer Yoga and meditation classes to more than 375 children and 30 school teachers in remote, war torn northern Sri Lanka, April 1-8, 2017
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Ahil Siva, Acharya Kriyanandamayi,
Devaki in Jaffna
Boat ride to islands off the coast of Jaffna
Jaffna Primary school children listen to the ďOmĒ with ears plugged
Children meditating on the heart center in
Jaffna with Kriyanandamayi
School children practicing Yoga in Eulvaitivu
Babajiís birthday celebration at the Colombo, Sri Lanka ashram, November 26, 2015, click here.
Weekly Yoga classes
at the ashram are on Sundays at 8 am. Thursdays: Day of yoga practice
6 am to 6 pm.
Other classes are offered in Babajiís
Kriya Yoga in the Colombo are by:
Kriyanandamayi (Krishnaveni Kulanthaivel)
Kriyanandamayi, K.K., is an Acharya in Babaji’s Kriya Yoga Order of Acharyas. She offers Kriya Yoga initiation seminars in Sri Lanka, India and Malaysia in English or Tamil. In her country Sri Lanka, she manages our two ashrams as the secretary of Babaji’s Kriya Yoga Order of Acharyas Trust, organizes initiation seminars and pilgrimage tours to Katirgama and other holy places, conducts Hatha Yoga classes, corporate and students stress management programs, acupuncture treatment, and performs sacred ceremonies at our ashrams. After being introduced into spirituality by her parents at a very young age, she soon explored various spiritual lineages, has practiced Hatha Yoga since 2001 and taught it regularly since 2002. Since her initiation into Babaji’s Kriya Yoga in 2006, she dedicated her life fully to intense Sadhana of Babaji’s Kriya Yoga and to serving the local Sangha and her parental family.
Sadhana yoga Shrushti
#73,Alwis Place, Kotahena , Colombo Ė 13. Sri Lanka.
E-mail: Krishyoga or Krishnaveni
Contact No: (00) (94) 77 37 06 988, (00) (94) 77 60 55 359, (00) (94) 77 43 97 339
We offer Hatha Yoga Classes::
Babaji’s Kriya Yoga Ashram, #59, Peters Lane, Dehiwala
Saturday 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm
Sunday 8 am to 10.30 am (Five fold path of Kriya Yoga – Free Class)
Ayngaran Hall #105, Kotahena Street, Colombo – 13.
Sunday 6 am to 7 am
Wednesday 6 pm to 7 pm
Trillium Residencies, # 153 Elvitigala Mawatha, Colombo – 8
Monday 9.30 am to 10.30 am
Tuesday 6 pm to 7 pm
Thursday 6 pm to 7 pm
Saturday 6.30 am to 7.30 am
Babaji’s Kriya Yoga Book store and Information Center.
#133, College Street, Kotahena, Colombo – 13.
satsang meetings on last Sundays of the month at 11am to 12.30pm
First level initiation
seminars with acharya Satyananda
For actual seminars, dates and venues, Click here to go to the page with the Sri Lanka Events Schedule.
All initiates are welcome to attend
these as a review.
The Babajiís Kriya Yoga Ashram is situated on the beach in Dehiwala,
at 59 Peterís Lane, just off of Galle Road, 0.5 km from the southern
border of Colombo.
About Kriya Yoga and Acharya Satyananda Ė an initiateís perspective
by Marina Kapur
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Babajiís Birth Day Celebration, December 6, 2014 at the Babaji Alayam Ashram, Dehiwala, Sri Lanka
More than 50 persons attended the 12 hour celebration of Babajiís birthday on December 6, 2014, at the Babaji Alayam Ashram in Dehiwala. A few days before, ashram members fed a meal to children in an orphanage. View more photos here:
Images of the Sri Lanka 1st Initiation in March, 2013
We wish to inform you that we have started to do Shivalingha Abhishekam at Babaji Alayam Dehiwela, 59 Peters Lane, Dehiwala, Sri Lanka on every Thursday, for the benefit of Kriya Sadhaks and their families, all over the world. We pray to Lord Shiva to destroy the darkness and grant Peace and blissful life to everyone in this world. We dedicate this pooja to Lord Shiva. In these pictures you can see Rathadevi performing the pooja. Murugesu Candaswamy, the ashram Secretary is on the right, and Krishnaveni, assistant secretary is on the left, in the group photo.
Ashram and Babaji Koil temple
View Image Gallery of Katirgama Shrine
The holiest shrine to both Hindus
and Buddhists in Sri Lanka is the Muruga temple complex at Katirgama,
40 km north of the southernmost town in Sri Lanka, Hambatota, deep
in the forest, next to the Manickaganga River. Every year thousands
of pilgrims come to Katirgama to seek the blessings of Lord Muruga
at this powerful shrine and to enjoy the pristine natural environment.
Babaji Nagaraj came here in search of his Guru, and found the Siddhar
Boganathar. Under his guidance, for four years he learned dhyana
and jnana and attained Nirvikalpa Samadhi, with the blessings of
Muruga. He also realized that he is an avatar of Muruga.
A small shrine has been erected
on the very spot where Babaji sat, under a banyan tree, with the
Siddhar Boganathar to attain enlightenment. It is located just inside
the gate to the Theivani Amman Kovil. Pujas are conducted there
daily by the priests. Devotees are encouraged to meditate and practice
Yoga in front of the small shrine, which contains granite murthis
of Babaji and Siddhar Boganathar and a Muruga vel.
Devotees are welcome to visit
the Babaji Ashram, which is a 10 minutes walk away from the temple,
behind the CTB Government Transport Depot, and the new bridge. It
is located on the east side of the Manickaganga River. It is an
ideal place for meditation. Contact in advance:
E-mail: Sri Lanka Ashram