Pujas are performed at the Ashram on full moon, new moon and other Balinese energy days called kliwon every 5 days.
Ashram Munivara Student House Accommodation is available for all guests (non bhaktas and bhaktas).
Yoga asanas are taught at Ashram Munivara and is scheduled every Monday and Thursday.
Jnana Buda Siwa Ashram
Jnana means knowledge in Hindu
Buda Siwa means God within and God without or you can say micro and macro cosmos.
In general, the knowledge of Buda is the knowledge that comes from within and the knowledge of Shiva is how to materialise the spiritual knowledge into Yadnya.
Basically this means:
Buda Siwa knowledge is known as JNANA BUDA SIWA. The word Jnana means knowledge, Buda is God within, Siwa is God without.
Ashram Munivara is part of a group of Jnana Buda Siwa Ashrams which practice all forms of Yoga (Bhakti, Jnana, Karma and Raja Yoga) Teachings of Lord Shiva. This Ashram is an offering to assist more people in the wider spiritual community, non profit and managed by the Ashram students.
Annual Event – July Anniversary celebrations
Jnana Buda Siwa Anniversary Celebrations
Ashram Munivara hold an annual celebration of Jnana Buda Siwa every year in the month of July. Celebrating holy knowledge of Lord Shiva, Maha Guru. Our Holy month of celebrations are filled with Puja, songs of worship, sacred dance and chanting the Divine names of God. Although we have our main celebration dates on the 9th, 10th, 13th and 17th of July we will be preparing and celebrating in the whole month of July.
If you would like to attend our puja events we request that a dress code is mandatory, (Sarong, kebaya or any white top covering the shoulders and a sash around the waist). On our anniversary month many local visitors from afar will come and celebrate with us therefore it is a formal event. We can assist participants with sarong rentals and other information about attending these celebrations. See Calendar for all event details.
Main Event Dates: 9th – 17th July at Ashram Munivara.
Student House Accommodation
There are 4 x 2 bed (twin share) dormitory style rooms. Each room has western style en suite bathroom facilities with a hot shower. The Student House is located behind the main Ashram inner sanctum in a serene forest environment. Ashram Munivara Student House has been built to accommodate those who wish to undertake spiritual studies at a deeper level. This accommodation is available for either individual guests or disciples to participate in puja, yoga, Ashram practices.
Student House Rates: 260,000rp per night per person (Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner as well as yoga are not included in the room rate).