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Namaste and Welcome to Badarikashrama

Badarikashrama, located in San Leandro, California was founded by Sri Swami Omkaranandaji in 1984. Named after the Himalayan site where Vedavyasa received and taught the Vedic scriptures, the ashrama stresses the Vedic teaching that the Truth is One and comes in many forms. The Center provides many activities for those interested in the diverese heritage of India. Through spiritual, cultural and  educational activities, the center is a place where young people can learn about the rich heritage of India and people from all walks of life can find peace in an atmosphere of trust and acceptance.  

Registered as a non profit organization 501c3 dedicated to the twin ideals of Self Realization and the service of

God through humanity.

Na Me Bhakta Pranashyati - "My Devotee Never Perishes"         

                                                                                                                 

Upcoming Programs

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Enjoy Thanksgiving in the serene atmosphere of Badarikashrama A great place for Families t

Our Activities

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Calendar of Events

 Join our programs live on Zoom 

Badarikashrama Zoom Live
Meeting ID: 858 7009 7834 
Passcode: 234667

Badarikashrama Expansion Project
 Fostering the Classical Culture of India and Vedantic Spiritual Wisdom 

Background

For thirty-eight years, Badarikashrama- San Leandro has been serving the Bay Area community, fostering  the rich classical culture of India and spiritual Vedantic knowledge. We welcome people of all faiths, race, identity and background. Through cultural activities and worship, Badarikashrama offers a place where people from all walks can find acceptance and peace. Opportunities for children and young people provide  both safe recreation as well as education focused on respect for all, service to family and community, and strong intellectual and spiritual deveolopment.   

Vision

From the inspiring vision of “Service of God Through Humanity, the spiritual guidance of Swami Omkaranandaji and the selfless service of our devotees, our spiritual community has grown.  In order to accomodate this growth we are seeking a new facility that will provide the ample parking and larger physical spaces to accomodate more cultural and spiritual activities.  At the center of it all will be a beautiful Prarthana Mandir.  

All your donations are tax deductable. Please contribute today.

Thank you.

How to donation.

zelle:  Remit to “badarik2023@gmail.cpm”       
Venmo:  Use “badarik2023@gmail.com”            Checks: Payable to “Badarikashrama”
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Regular Schedule

Mondays: 

6pm - Sri Ramakrishna Aarati

6:30 pm - Rudra Abhisheka 

Tues:

6pm - Sri Ramakrishna Aarati

6:30 pm - Ambaji Aarati & Bhajans

Wed.  through Sunday

6:30 pm to 7:30 pm -

Sri Ramakrishna Aarati & Bhajans

Saturday:  8am - Yoga Class

Sunday:   8am - Yoga Class

Mandir Timings   

Mandir Hours:

7:30am to 12 noon

4.30 pm to 7.30 pm

 

Evening Arati & Bhajans:  

6:30-7:30pm

 

Thursday: Closed

 

Office 

9 am to 12 noon

4:00 pm to 6.00 pm

PH:510-278-2444

Email: badarik1984@gmail.com.

Special Note:  Covid Restrictions have eased and we welcome all to temple for Darshan as well as public programs. See our calendar events for more details.

Memories of Badarikashrama

Sandesh
Monthly Newsletter

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1947-2021

Om Namo Narayanaya

Our Beloved Swami Mangalanandaji left her mortal body on September 21st, 3:18 PM at Valley Point Nursing Home, San Leandro CA.  A beautiful service was held at Chapel of Angels, Fremont from 10AM to 12PM.  To view the recorded service click HERE.

A slideshow of her life in Badarikashrama.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mulEHw7NUrA


 

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