Happiness for All Beings
Meditation helps to understand the mind, calm our emotions and rest in compassionate wisdom.
Started as a humble effort in 2015, Sarvamangala Foundation is committed to sharing effective meditation practices that help your mind relax, recognise your natural calm and potential, and cultivate compassion and kindness.
Sarvamangala is a charitable activity dedicated towards helping people from all backgrounds improve the quality of their mind, increase well-being and clarity through meditation and mindfulness practices, and integrate all experiences of life into compassionate awareness.
Welcome to Sarvamangala Foundation
Online Sanskrit Classes
Sanskrit helps to refine your mind and heart. Join our online classes twice a month. We teach in a way that is easy, fun and inspiring.
Precious resources to help you learn meditation and how to cultivate compassion for all beings, including yours.
Our next retreat will be held in UK from June 10-12.
Learn how to observe your body, your emotions, your thoughts and mental states with ease. You can join from anywhere in the world.
- Fri, 10 JunVenue : Sherwood Forest
More About Our Retreats
Due to the effects of Covid19, we offer online retreats. We believe retreats are an essential part of practice in order to help create a conducive environment where you can fully engage in learning and accomplishing techniques of meditation without distraction.
Our in-person retreats are held at the beautifully scenic mansion Nanpantan Hall in Loughborough, and also among the panoramic mountains of Switzerland, Austria, India, as well as on the Turkish riviera, for those who are ready for an adventure.
Our retreats are appreciated by people from all backgrounds who come together for a few days to enjoy practice, meet like-minded individuals, have great food, ask life-changing questions and return home with a new zest for life, increased kindness towards themselves, greater compassion for others, and a fresh mind.
We also host online retreats and monthly practice sessions. Monthly practice sessions last 45 minutes. Anyone from anywhere in the world can learn and practise meditation and tangibly benefit within weeks of learning the techniques. Meditation students are requested to learn the techniques thoroughly and also practise at home daily so as to delve into the depths of meditation and experience the benefits.
Sarvamangala Foundation is not-for-profit.
To cover ongoing the maintenance costs of the website, pamphlets and equipment, we are grateful for your donations. If you are interested in securing a bright future by sponsoring the complete education of a girl in India or Nepal, please contact us.