Welcome to Chinmaya Mission Thamaraipakkam

Chinmaya Mission Thamaraipakkam is a unit of Chinmaya Mission founded by Pujya Swami Chinmayananda in the year 1989. The Ashram is named Chinmaya Sarveshwara. 

The Ashram is serving the rural community through 
  1. charitable medical center
  2. A free school named Harihara Vidyalaya
  3. Rural development programs under the banner CORD (Chinmaya Organisation for Rural Development). 
  4. Within the Ashram premises is the Sarveshwara Dhyana Nilayam consecrated in the year 1989. 
  5. Also there is a Goshala which takes care of 7 to 10 cows
The Ashram has been the home for 2 Thamizh Vedanta courses conducted by Pujya Swami Shridharananda during the years 1992 to 1995 and 1996 to 1999. The Missionary workers who studied Vedanta in this premises include Swami Ramakrishnananda, Swami Anuttamananda, Swami Sureshananda, Swami Sakalananda, Swami Aksharananda.

The Ashram has also been home for 3 YEP courses (Youth Empowerment Program) conducted by Pujya Swami Mitrananda, the resident Acharya of Chinmaya Mission Chennai. The 2nd, 3rd and the 9th batch YEP courses were conducted in this premises. 

Meditation Center
The Sarveshwara Dhyana Nilayam was consecrated in the year 1989 by Pujya Guurdev Swami Chinmayananda ji. It is popularly known as lingam kovil in the locality. The dhyAna nilayam is in the form of Shiva linga, 65 feet tall. The Sarveshvara Bhagawan is in the form of a sphatika linga .... Read more

Harihara Vidyalaya
Understanding that good education forms the foundation block in the reconstruction of any community, Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda established a free Harihara Vidyalaya School in the year 1990 with a vision to cater free education to the underprivileged children of the villages. Currently children from 15 villages scanning about 10 km radius benefit from ... Read more


CORD – Chinmaya Organisation for Rural Development – the service wing of Chinmaya Mission has been active in the field of holistic rural development for over two decades. It facilitates participatory, integrated and sustainable development for the poor in the villages through self empowerment processes. Read more

Cow is the Mother of the Universe (Gaavo Vishwasya Maatharaha) – says our Scriptures. Go-samrakshanam is one of the prime Dharmas of mankind. Cows nourish and maintain the ecological balance of the environment. Cows are said to be the living “Kamadhenu” on earth that fulfill all our desires. 


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