Nithyavanam is a spiritual retreat built in the memory of Guru Nitya Chaitanya Yati.
There are many spiritual organizations all over the country that impart philosophical and spiritual knowledge to people. However most of them include some form of faith-based worship and purity rituals. There are very few places for a modern man without belief in such ideas to learn philosophy and spirituality. Nityavanam was founded with the aim of filling this gap.
The Song of the Wolf- Remitha Satheesh
There are several moments in Jeyamohan’s VenMurasu that do not occur in the original Mahabharatha. These additions elevate the story, chisel out defining moments, and…
Dream about the Gigantic Carpet (Story)
To Read the original Tamil story click here மாபெரும் கம்பளம் பற்றிய கனவு In the later part of the fourteenth century, due to the growing demand…
Being A Cultural ‘Hindu’
To read the original Tamil article -Click கலாச்சார இந்து Dear Jeyamohan, I read that the Turkish writer and Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk calls himself…
Am I A Hindu?
To read the original in Tamil Click நான் இந்துவா? Question: Let me tell you at the face of it: I do not believe in an…
Learning and Unlearning
To read the original Tamil Article Click கல்வியழித்தல் Dear Mr. Jeyamohan, You have given a detailed response to Kumar Mullakkal’s question about reading/learning. I am…
Nithyavanam aims to run a program of spiritual and philosophical education. We offer places to stay for individuals who wish to spend some time away from the city & undertake spiritual training or intellectual activities.
Nityavanam is located in Vellimalai, a village in the mountains around Bargur, near Anthiyur, in the Erode district of Tamil Nadu. Nityavanam is maintained like a partial forest. Benches laid out under trees are ideal for enjoying nature.
Literary meetings & courses on philosophy organized by writer Jeyamohan will take place here. Yoga classes will be offered. Spaces will be rented on donation basis for meetings discussing philosophy, literature or spirituality.