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Hanuman Meditation Cave
Samadhi Hermitage, Madrid, New Mexico, USA 87010



    The "Hanuman Cave" is designed for a one month solitude retreat. As with the Samadhi Cave, it is a 12 foot diameter Octagon, with 7 foot high walls, built into the hillside. Here, a small kitchen in the entry area enables good solitude; and the central chamber has plenty of floor space for movement exercises, yoga, etc. 

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 Jai Maa!

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Jai Hanuman!
(Symbol of Devotion)
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Three views, from the left:
North-East
East
South-East (view from Kitchen window


Construction fun!
  
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Stunning night shot of east wall.
Yes, we did enjoy doing this layout!
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Last stages
of stone masonry construction.


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Yuki, watering the walls in 2009.
She cleaned the cement joints,

made Smoothies
for us to maintain the masonry marathon;
and did acupuncture mornings and nights!
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"Stairway to Heaven".

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2009 -- The early years!  Most of the stones were collected from the hillside above, a wonderful canyon behind, and in a few other places also. The hillside was cut for this in 2002; construction was off and on from 2008-9 to fall of 2014 ... integrated with construction of our Advaita Ananda Samadhi Ashram, in Ellora, India ... thus a 6 year project at both places.


Please visit this page for Logistics about use, etc.


  Thanks, and
Jai Maa!
(All victory and praise to the Divine Mother!)

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Samadhi Hermitage, Madrid, New Mexico, USA
Home Page
Samadhi Cave - Introduction
Samadhi Cave - Page Two
and Logistics
Hanuman One-Month
Meditation Cave
Our Monk
Hermitage Photo Collage
More Fun Photos
Charitable Services
A Month in Samadhi Cave
by Lynn B.
Testimonials
Dwadash Pradeep's "Twelve Lights"
Bhaiji's 12 special instructions to devotees of
Shree Shree Anandamayee Ma

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WORLD CITIZENS PEACE LETTER
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Coaching, Counsel, Guidance, Healing, Insight, Intuitive.
  Amita can also provide her service at the Hermitage if you wish.


Advaita Ananda Samadhi Ashram - Ellora, Maharastra, INDIA

Advaita Ananda Samadhi Ashram
Ananda's Ashram and Residence,
and the
Samadhi Hermitage Crystal
Meditation Cave
Construction Days - 2009-2014
Six years, on and off,
constructing
our India Ashram. 
Stone walls, construction folks, etc.
Glimpses from the Past - 1994-2002
Collages and Stories of two
Indian families.
Still we are with two children from each!
Jyoti & Sagar in Mishra family;
Sita & Sagar in Tambe family.
2009-2012
Hearts and Faces in Stone
India Ashram Stone masonry fun!
2009-2012
"Miles  of Smiles"
Families & friends… in bliss!
 Samadhi Hermitage - India Trust
We are officially non-profit in India.
Shivani Puri
  Kids and families
at her Ashram
in Amar Kantak, headwaters of the Narmada Ganga.
2004-2009
The Roy Family, in West Bengal
  A true Gandhian family totally dedicated to village service and uplift.
Sita's Family
Sarubai Tambe Family Residence.

Would you like to help with Social Work in India?
$10-20/month is NOT a hardship for most of us; yet it can do wonders in 3rd world countries!
For assistance to poor folks in any 3rd world country, no amount is too small.
Click here … for a visit to "Social Work in India"



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Telephone: (505-473-3560)



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