This Iconic Ashram Was Visited By The Beatles In Rishikesh | Curly Tales

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Beatles Ahram or Chaurasi Kutiya in Rishikesh is a quaint Ashram overlooking the Ganga.

What Is It?

This iconic Ashram was visited by The Beatles in the 60’s and has not been renovated ever since. Spread across 7.5 acres, this place has gained some limelight after The Beatles visited.

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What’s In It?

They meditated and wrote songs like ‘Sexy Sadie’ here. The kitchen, study room, guestroom and printing press have been preserved. The huge wall panel has been done up with Vinyl records, LP player and books. There’s also pictures of the Fab Four and a guitar thrown in here.

Pay an entry of ₹150 (Indians) and ₹600 (Foreigners) and eat where The Beatles did. The ashram’s canteen serves food and beverages at affordable costs.

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Next time you’re in Rishikesh, make sure to visit this one and get your pictures!

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Address: Swarg Ashram, Rishikesh, Uttarakhand 249304

 

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