Karar Ashram

The back side of the two-storied ashram faces the Bay of Bengal.
This is where the young Mukunda (later Swami Yogananda) spent his summer college vacations. Yukteswarji's room was to the right of the doorway and Yoganadaji's room was to the left.
Swami Sriyukteswar's farsighted, innovative vision of education emphasized an all round development of body, mind and soul, beginning in infancy. He aimed at wholistic, personalized, disciplined, and balanced training for his young ashram students. One day in America when asked what he had learned from his guru, Paramahansa Yogananda replied: "He made me what I am."

The back side of the two-storied ashram faces the Bay of Bengal. This is where the young Mukunda (later Swami Yogananda) spent his summer college vacations. Yukteswarji's room was to the right of the doorway and Yoganadaji's room was to the left. Swami Sriyukteswar's farsighted, innovative vision of education emphasized an all round development of body, mind and soul, beginning in infancy. He aimed at wholistic, personalized, disciplined, and balanced training for his young ashram students.