Swarved Mahamandir: World's Largest Meditation Centre

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Swarved Mahamandir constructed in Umraha, located in the Chaubepur area of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. The Mahamandir is dedicated to ‘Swarved’, a spiritual text penned by Sadguru Shri Sadafal Deoji Maharaj, the eternal yogi and founder of Vihangam Yoga. The foundation for this gigantic meditation centre was laid by Sadguru Acharya Swantantra Dev and Sant Pravar Vigyan Dev in 2004.

Also, PM Modi and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath took a tour of the world’s largest meditation centre.

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Some Key Features of Swarved Mahamandir-

Swarved Mahamandir
  • It covers a vast space of 3,00,000 sq. feet.
  • The temple showcases a remarkable design featuring 125-petal lotus domes and can accommodate an impressive 20,000 people.
  • Its construction involved the work of 600 workers and 15 engineers.
  • It showcases teakwood ceilings and doors with intricate carvings.
  • It consists of 101 fountains.
  • It is a seven-storey superstructure and about four thousand verses of Swarveda are written on the inner walls of the Mahamandir.
  • There are 138 paintings on the outer wall depicting subjects from Vedas, Upanishads, Mahabharata, Ramayana and Geeta.
  • The walls of the Mahamandir are decorated with pink sandstone.
  • The grandeur of the place is enhanced by a lovely garden filled with medicinal herbs.
  • The temple highlights the teachings of Swarveda, particularly focusing on Brahm Vidya.


This building will help in keeping our art of meditation alive.