Hyderabad: Hyderabad is soon to be home to the world’s largest meditation hall. The meditation hall will be inaugurated on January 29, along with the global headquarters of Heartfulness institute. The day marks 75th anniversary of the spiritual organization.�
The Meditation Hall which is named 'Kanha Shanti Vanam', can accommodate up to 1.2 lakh practitioners at a time. The hall will be dedicated to Lalaji, the first guide of Heartfulness.�
Baba Ramdev, the co-founder of Patanjali products, will also attend the inauguration function and address around 40,000 practitioners on Wednesday.�
The 75th anniversary will be celebrated from January 29 to February 9. The president of India, Ram Nath Govind and political activist Anna Hazare will also address the attendees on February 2 and February 7, respectively.
Kanha Shanti Vanam is located 40 kms away from Hyderabad. It is spread over 30 acres and has one central hall and eight secondary halls, making it the world’s largest closed meditation centre.
The Kanha Shanti Vanam also has dormitories for people attending mentoring sessions on meditation. The centre also houses a mega kitchen which can feed 1 lakh people.��
Apart from this, Ayush Medical Facility with 350-beds is under construction. As of now, 40,000 people are staying in Heartfulness.