Situated in the small fishing village of Parayakadavu, the ashram of world-famous social reformer Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, in Amritapuri, witnesses a large number of visitors every year. The township, home to over 3,000 people from India and abroad, is the perfect example of ancient Indian ideal of 'vasudhaivakutumbakam', meaning the whole world is one family. One can find a diverse variety of people speaking different languages and dressed in a plethora of costumes, all living under one roof. This place located on a small island cradled between the backwaters and the Arabian Sea has become a hotspot for a silent spiritual revolution. The prayers begin a little before seven in the evening and end at eight. This is followed by dinner and then an hour-long meditation session.

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