The ashram has a number of cottages providing comfortable accommodation to its senior residents. The Geeta satsang hall on the ground floor of Sarveshwara Dhyana Nilayam (the temple) is a well-ventilated circular prayer hall neatly furnished. The hall is suitable for meditation and satsang.
The ashram also has
Sarveshwara Dhyana Nilayam
Sarveshwara Dhyana Nilayam has a massive Shiva Lingam, which stands 90 ft from ground level. The Sivalinga shaped dome is 65 ft high. Inside the temple are a Sphatika Lingam and a granite Lingam.
A free Anant's Medical centre, to cater to the needs of inmates of the Ashram as well as for the villagers around, was declared open by Pujya Gurudev on the installation day. It is a tribute offered by the undiminished enthusiasm and interest of the dedicated team of doctors, as well as Chinmaya Yuva Kendra members, who travel 40km from Chennai every Sunday morning to offer their services to the sick and the suffering. There is a proposal for an Intensive Care Unit to attend to emergencies, with two beds and plans to develop the centre into a well-equipped hospital in due course of time.
The educational needs of the children of the locality, deserve the highest priority in any scheme of reconstruction. Pujya Gurudev, foresaw this need and on 22nd February 1990 inaugurated a free Harihar school. The school is based on the ancient Gurukula system wherein not only the education but also the other developmental needs such as food, clothing, medication, etc of the village children are taken care of. The dedicated teachers living with the children guide them and strive to develop the personalities of the children, giving them value-based education.
It is here that Sandeepany (Tamil) took firm roots and two batches of students underwent training under the guidance of Swami Shreedharananda.
Thus a sleepy, little-known village has been slowly transformed into a vigorously active and spiritually inspired place!