21-Day Spiritual Journey To India

with Gurudev Shri Amritji & Shri Kamini Devi

January 21 – February 10, 2020

The Power of Scripture in Practice

Kripalu Samadhi Mandhir, Malav

Jan 21-27, 2020

Nurture your spirit and soul in the tranquil energy of Bapuji’s (Swami Kripalu) ashram in Malav. Immerse yourself in inspirational, scriptural lectures and workshop their practical applications with I AM practices and breathwork. Return to the purity and simplicity of a yogic lifestyle with daily Yoga and Yoga Nidra.

Golden Triangle Tour

Jaipur, Agra, Delhi

Jan 28-Feb 3, 2020

Visit India’s most iconic cities on this comprehensive 7-day Golden Triangle tour. Travel in luxury as your make your way between Jaipur, Agra and Delhi to see historic sites such as Taj Mahal – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – Amber Fort, Akshardham Temple, Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, with guides at each site.


Jim Corbett National Park

Feb 4-10, 2020

Explore the divine energy within you; what it is, it’s importance, and how it works within you. Guided by Gurudev Shri Amritji, one of the original shaktipat (energy) masters in the West, and Kamini you will masterfully experience this ancient and esoteric aspect of Yoga and its role in self-healing and personal evolution.

21-Day Package (Jan 21-Feb 10)

  • The Power of Scripture in Practice at the Kripalu Samadhi Mandir, Malav (Jan 21-Jan 27)
  • Sacred Lineage Tour with Gurudev Shri Amritji & Kamini (Kayavarohan Temple, Krishna Cow Sanctuary where Gurudev first met Bapuji & Gurudev's childhood village of Pratappura) 
  • India’s most popular tour - Golden Triangle - including Jaipur, Agra (Taj Mahal), Delhi (Jan 28-Feb 3)
  • Awaken the Power of Prana Shakti with Live Music at the Jim Corbett National Park-Tiger Reserve (Feb 4-Feb 10)
  • Option to relax at Malav or on your own (Jan 28-Feb 3)
  • Option to travel with AYI staff escort to/from India (Jan 19-Feb 12)
 *Program begins Jan 21 at 4pm at Malav and ends at noon on Feb 10th at the Jim Corbett National Park
**Check in begins Jan 20 and ends Feb 11th (early check in and late check out options available)

registration options

Registrations close November 15th! Don't miss the deadline!

*Original illustrations by Amritji


To combine any 2 segments or customize your trip, please call 352-685-3001

Your Teachers

Gurudev Shri Amritji

Gurudev Shri Amritji

Founder & Spiritual Director, Amrit Yoga Institute

Gurudev Shri Amritji is the first to carry the light of the Lord Lakulish and Kripalu Shaktipat Lineage to the West. Over the years, his charismatic presence in delivering these powerful teachings of this Lineage of Prana have spread worldwide. These teachings, through this Shaktipat Lineage, have ignited a fire that began the initial renaissance of the Inner Dimension of Yoga in the 20th century.

Over the last 58 years, Amritji has founded some of the largest yoga and health centers in North America. Today, there are more than 10,000 yoga, yoga nidra and yoga therapy teachers, delivering this inner dimension of yoga throughout 45 countries. Amritji resides in the thriving international Amrit Yoga Instiute he founded in Salt Springs, Florida. More at amritji.org

Shri Kamini Devi

Shri Kamini Devi

Executive Director, Amrit Yoga Institute

Shri Kamini Devi is the author of the book Yoga Nidra: The Art of Transformational Sleep, Executive Director of the Amrit Yoga Institute, and acclaimed worldwide teacher. Considered an expert in Yoga Nidra, Yoga Therapy and practical yoga for the inner dimension of life, she received the teachings of Yoga as taught by her father Yogi Amrit Desai and HH Swami Kripalu—a self-realized master of energy yoga. Holding a PhD in psychology, Kamini uses science to verify what Yogis have known for thousands of years. Her corporate clients have included Sony, Mars Candy Company and Kelloggs. For more information visit: kaminidesai.com. You can find her videos on YouTube.

Nirali Lauren McCrea

Nirali Lauren McCrea

Education Director

Amrit Yoga Institute

Devarshi Steven Hartman

Devarshi Steven Hartman

Yogi, Co-Founder

The Pranotthan Yoga School

Hasu Marney Coulter

Hasu Marney Coulter

Senior Training Faculty

Amrit Yoga Institute

Kalindi edwina hoffmann

Kalindi edwina hoffmann

Senior Training Faculty

Amrit Yoga Institute


Do I need a Passport and/or Visa to go India? How do I get them?

You need both to enter India.

Your passport must be valid for up to 6 months following your return to the United States (or country of origin) from India and have at least 2 blank passport pages. If you need to acquire or renew a passport, it may take 6 weeks to 3 months to process passport renewal. Start soon by visiting U.S. Passports and International Travel.

There are multiple Visas to select from. Consider the length of your stay in India and then select one of the two options listed below:

If your stay in India is less than 60 days, we recommend applying for an Electronic Tourist Visa (eTV) here: https://visas.travisa.com/india-evisa  The process is faster it is less expensive than a traditional Visa. Note: You cannot subsequently convert this type of visa to extend your stay; if you feel that is a possibility for you, please apply for the Multiple entry Visa directly below.

If your stay in India is more than 60 days, you will need a Multiple Entry Visa: https://visas.travisa.com/traveler-contact-services

Note: Visa applications often request a local address:

The Kripalu Samadhi Mandir
GJ SH 193
Malav, Taluka, Kalol
District: Panchamahals
State: Gujarat
Code: 389340
Country: India

Please visit http://www.kripalusamadhimandirmalav.com/contact/ for more information, noting that addresses in India may not necessarily appear as you are accustomed to.

What airports should I fly in and out of in India?

The Power of Scripture in Practice (Kripalu Samadhi Mandir, Malav): 

Fly into/out of Vadodara (Vadodara International Airport) or Ahmedabad (Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport). Program starts at 10am on Jan 21st. Arrive by Jan 20th or Jan 19th for early check in ($50 extra).

Pack Light and save room for purchases. At the Kripalu Samadhi Mandir, you can support the local community by having your clothes inexpensively laundered daily.

 Golden Triangle Tour:

We will be leaving Malav on the evening of Jan 27th to fly to Jaipur. If you plan to meet us for the trip starting with the tour, plan to arrive in Jaipur by the evening of Jan 27th. The tour ends in Delhi on Feb 3rd. There is an option to stay at Malav from Jan 28-Feb 2 for $50/night.

 Awaken the Power of Prana Shakti

We will be taking a train from Delhi to Jim Corbett National Park on the morning of Feb 3rd. If you are planning on joining us for this portion of the trip only, please plan to arrive in New Delhi by the night of Feb 2nd.

What vaccinations do I need?

Visit the CDC website for recommended vaccinations. Consult and arrange for vaccinations with your physician. We suggest having at least the MMR, Hep A, Typhoid vaccinations administered. You may inquire about weekly Malaria tablets as well (Mefloqine/Larium or Chloroquine). Please consult your physician regarding medical history, vaccination recommendations, and dosage.

Will my cell phone work in India? Will I have internet access?

In Malav: WiFi is available at Kripalu Samadhi Mandir. You can utilize WiFi calling at all locations where WiFi is available; however, to use a phone without interruption and in areas without WiFi, you may need to get an international sim card or talk service provided in advance. Please contact your cell phone service provider for more information.

 Golden Triangle Tour/Jim Corbett National Park: WiFi will be available on-site and in some local eateries and sites. You may need to get an international sim card or talk service in advance if you wish to make phone calls. There are also several applications available for compatible phones that permit free messaging such as "WhatsApp".

Ready to register? call 352 685 3001

Still have questions? contact our lead coordinator!

Hasu Marney Coulter


[email protected]
+1 604 989 2382

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