Sri vidya learning center

How to do Upasana (Sanskrit: उपासना upāsanā) or spiritual practice (click below)


  • For serious seekers, initiation into Sri Vidya with all the mantras
  • Teaching a unique method of worshipping the Sri Yantra called Navavarana Pooja
  • Teaching the correct pronounciation of Vedic Suktams such as Sri Suktam
  • Introduction to and teaching of the Dasa Mahavidyas
  • Explore and understand cosmic forces in Sri Yantra and master the technique of worshipping the universal Mother within
  • Teaching and practice of chakra meditation to open up the chakras and ensure nadi suddhi
  • Vag devatha nyasam (activation of 8 inner communication centers) for effective communication
  • Offering daily prayers to Sri Yantra with invocation of 99 kalas (energies) for peace and prosperity in the world
  • Conducting daily fire rituals to balance the forces of nature to bring about universal harmony
  • Empowering individuals with knowledge of spiritual remedies to solve their day to day problems
  • To provide a place of solitude for seekers where they can rejuvenate their energies in a supporting and congenial environment
  • Conduct periodic workshops on Sri Vidya, a lifestyle of happiness, yoga and meditation
  • Promoting healing methods to help people with depression, negative thinking, bad habits etc.
  • Conducting customized youth workshops that help them lead responsible and goal oriented lives.

Typical day at the learning center

Typical day at the learning center

Daily activities

5.30 am to 6.00 am – Morning Aarti

6.00 am to 7.00 am – Recitation of Srividya mantras

8.30 am – 12.00 noon – Ganapati, Shyama & Varahi tarpanas & Yantra pujas

9.00 am to 12.00 noon – Navavarana puja

12.00 noon – Midday Arathi

5.00 p.m to 6.00 pm – Lalitha sahasranama and other devotional chanting and Lagu Puja.

7.00 pm to 8.00 pm – Homa (varies).

8.00 pm – Evening Aarathi