"Lokah Samastah Sukhino Bhavantu"

Ashram Activities

A glimpse of regular activities at Mumbai Ashram

Catering to the needs of the hungry poor, for almost two decades now, free food is being regularly distributed among the slum-dwellers living in the vicinity. This includes milk for young children and a wholesome meal at noon.

Medical Aid

Healthcare assistance is provided to the poor and needy regularly, at no cost, under the supervision of a team of qualified medical practitioners. Free medical camps are also held in an attempt to sensitize these sections of society to the necessity of maintaining hygiene.

Amrita Kripa Sagar

A haven for terminally-ill cancer patients, this hospice, situated in Badlapur, also runs a full day free dispensary offering medical aid to the poor and needy.

Amrita SERVE

A unique initiative was envisaged by Amma, to empower 101 villages of India and help make them self-reliant. Accordingly, the Mumbai Ashram is providing assistance to Ransai, a small hamlet near Panvel. Special training is being imparted to the village folk to help develop skills in tailoring and jewelry-making.

Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi

Her Holiness Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, lovingly known as Amma, is revered throughout the world as one of the most outstanding humanitarian and spiritual leaders of our time. She has served the world-community for decades, imparting wisdom, strength and inspiration. Through her extraordinary acts of love, inner strength and self-sacrifice, Amma has endeared herself to millions and inspired thousands to follow in her path of selfless service. At the center of Amma’s life is her darshan: the tender, caring embrace that has been sought out by millions. It is in this intimate manner- a heartfelt hug – that Amma meets one and all, listens to their problems and gives them the inspiration and knowledge to uplift themselves and ultimately others. Amma has given this motherly embrace, known as her darshan, to more than 34 million people throughout the world. She has been known to give darshan for more than 22 hours without interruption.

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