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Ananda Sangha

Room 601, IES College, Opp Lilavati Hospital, Bandra West, Mumbai, India- 400050.

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Ananda Sangha is a worldwide spiritual movement based on the teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda (authour of "Autobiography of a Yogi") and founded in 1968 by his direct disciple, Swami Kriyananda. Classes and workshops in Meditation, Art & Science of Raja yoga, guided meditations, inspirational discourses, Chanting, Kriya Yoga, and spirituality in daily life.

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Room 601, IES College, Opp Lilavati Hospital,

Bandra (W), Mumbai

Bandra West, Mumbai, India- 400050.

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Ananda Sangha conducts classes in Meditation and Yoga. It is located in Bandra West, Mumbai. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute.

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