27th Advait Learning Camp: A Chance to Know Your Self

What you are looking for,
is looking for you.

Your deepest desire,
is desiring you too.

Just bow down, accept His call, and
You will be home.
For distance is imagination,
and helplessness untrue.

PrashantAdvait Foundation, after organising 26 Self-Awareness Retreats,
is all set for another one.

So be free from 24th to 27th of this month to be with and learn from Acharya Prashant.

The 27th Advait Learning Camp—an opportunity to read select scriptures in Acharya-Ji’s company, is also a medium to reflect and observe life, dance, play, and be ‘lost’ in the depths of the Ganges.


The foothills of the Himalayas await you!
Celebrate this Christmas in Rishikesh
by being a part of the 27th Advait Learning Camp.



To participate: write an e-mail to requests@prashantadvait.com

For any queries, feel free to contact:
Shri Anshu Sharma +91-8376055661, or Shri Kundan Singh +91-9999102998


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Memoirs from previous Camps

Priyanka Kaushik,

a participant of 26th Advait Learning Camp, in the presence of Acharya Ji, was relieved of the false notions that she had in her head. The camp came to her as a shock, a pleasant one!


At first, I was very skeptical that whether I should come or not. This whole structure of sessions and then the camp, has been a big shock to my system! I am so much used to ‘planning’ and ‘controlling’ things that what is going to happen next would really stress me out. Things do happen here but without any control. It was a very pleasant shock, though I am still getting used to it. It was a much needed jolt, I am glad that I got it!

Read her full memoir here: The camp came as a shock, but a pleasant one!

Rohintan Talati,

joined 25th Advait Learning Camp, all the way from Gujarat.
He is amazed how this camp has calmed down the tussles of his relationship.


Each and every moment here at the camp was different and relaxing. Even when we are not doing something, then too, there was no boredom or emptiness of any kind. I was feeling alright. That is the one thing that I am certainly taking out of this camp, especially with the grace of Acharya Ji. He motivated me a lot and the way he sees things, was amazing and that triggered my understanding as well.

Read his full memoir here: He gave me the answers without even saying a single word


The Advait Learning Camps, led by Acharya Prashant, are rare and blissful experiences, giving one the unique opportunity to come close to the Saints, the Scriptures, nature and in the process to the Self. Held in the lap of the Himalayas, twenty-five Learning Camps have been held till now.

To read more about Advait Learning Camps, visit: Advait Learning Camps

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