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“The mind is like water. When it is turbulent, it’s difficult to see. When it’s calm, everything becomes clear.”
Prasad Mahes

Find Calm
Amidst Chaos.

Your first step on a
fresh journey of mindfulness

Ekaanta, at Haridwar, the world’s most popular spiritual center, is your first step on a fresh journey of mindfulness, peace and compassion. A multiversity nestled in the foothills of Himalayas, it enjoys a unique location lending itself to a deeply sensorial and uplifting experience of Mindfulness. Ekaanta is enveloped by the dense verdure of Uttarakhand forests on one side. On the other lies, amazingly fresh, energizing purity of sometimes raging, sometimes calm, river Ganga which gushes and kisses the steps leading to the learning facility.

Our Programs

Unique and exclusively created

At Ekaanta, each program is unique and exclusively curated in partnership with our renowned and recognized faculty in their respective field. Every program integrates indoor classroom and outdoor experiential learning modules. In addition, contemplative practices, group exercises, group dialogues, meditation sessions and local community interactions provide a holistic experience to the attendees.


What is Mindfulness


Mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, without judgment; used as a therapeutic technique.

Why Ekaanta

A Holistic Experience Impacting All Three - Body, Mind and Soul

Unlike other Wellness experiences, Ekaanta experience is a holistic experience impacting all three – body, mind and soul. While being part of the hustle n bustle of a vibrant city like Haridwar, also recognized as one of the most popular spiritual centers of the world, Ekaanta is cocooned within the thick foliage of the Uttarakhand forests at the foothills of Shivalik range of Himalayas.
But this calm of the woods is spiced up by the gushing, riveting waves of the young, restless, amazingly fresh and energizing River Ganga lapping at the steps of the facility. The river on one side, the deep dark forest on the other, endows an entirely unique experience to the very stimulating and provoking Mindfulness based curriculum delivered through integrated classroom and experiential modules.

"Being in touch with oneself is the meaning of meditation"
Thich Nhat Hanh