The meditation hall is one of the most important locations within SRSG. The meditation hall has a beautiful altar dedicated our Gurudeva Swami Rama of the Himalayas and our beloved Swami Veda Bharati.

Large enough to accommodate well over one hundred seated people, the meditation hall serves many purposes. First and foremost, it is the place where all residents and guests gather for regular daily meditation sessions. These meditation sessions are usually held in silence, however, guided meditations are also held here during special programmes and at specific times.

The meditation hall is also one of the largest teaching spaces in SRSG and is used for regular classes open to guests and residents as well as for special programmes such as the Teacher Training Programme and others.

The meditation hall is also a gathering place for both guests and residents during special days such as the opening and closing ceremonies of large programmes, as well as sacred days such as Guru Poornima, Navaratri, Shivaratri and others, when special pujas are offered to the Guru Lineage here.

Guests are requested to observe silence in and around the meditation hall during all times and also to maintain awareness of the meditation hall as a sacred space.