Next Yatra in May 2018 has been postponed to 2020! Every 2 or 3 years, we organize a pilgrimage in India. This spiritual journey is a path of self discovery.

You will be in touch with communities and lineages that have kept up very humble, pure and serving attitude and practice the teachings in the midst of all confusion of the Kali Yuga. You will visit spiritual places, meditate in special temples, learn about stories of saints, meet spiritual people, visit community projects, practice Kundalini Yoga and meditation, and do seva (service to others), …, this journey is like spiritual food for your soul, an inspiration to continue your personal growth and to serve others - fundamental aspect of the Sikh Dharma.

India is a mystery of divine magic and a place of sacredness. 

Each Yatra is a unique experience and each time an important step in a spiritual path. This Yatra is accessible to everybody: those who have never practiced Kundalini Yoga or beginners, experienced practitioners or teachers. The program is adaptable depending on what you want to experience. You can enjoy this journey at your own pace and your own rhythm.

Yogi Bhajan organized a first Yatra in 1970. This first Yatra had a huge impact on how his teachings would developed in the future. It was a time where the teachings took a new shape, from a clear and deep personal connection to Baba Virsa Singh to a more impersonal connection to Guru Ram Das!


2020 May / June

With Satmukh Singh Khalsa and Sat Sarbat Kaur Khalsa and also local organizers from Australia, Taiwan, China, Austria and France.

Contact Us to receive the detailed schedule and all practical informations.


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India impressed me deeply. This Yatra connected me to a community with great love. It led me to the spiritual practice of kundalini yoga. Jie MingNan

The Yatra left a deep imprint on me. I found the divinity and a home for teachers there. I began to understand what is to give and what is to sacrifice. Dharamjot Kaur.

A place where the souls meet. And also a very well organized journey. ZhenYi

I could connect to the core of Yogi Bhajan's teachings, the source of Sikh Dharma. I felt blessed to merge in this traditional teachings. Dhyan Dharma

Traveling across India, I find the way back to my soul, the way back home. Chen Liaoliao

With the grace of Guru Ram Das, my soul was consoled and comforted. I am grateful to have met kundalini yoga on my spiritual path. Zail

The Yatra to India was a simple and peaceful way back to my roots. Every place we passed by, we met very kind people. Amritsar is a divine city with a high spirit. I like the light in Indian people. Their piety touched my heart directly. All my doubts and worries were all finally relieved. I will go back. LiYing

Among the places we will visit in 2020


In 2020, our intention is to go in the mountains and explore the ancient path of the Yogis and wise spiritual masters ... 

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Amritsar is an important seat of Sikh history, culture and worship. The Golden Temple has been under attack several times, once blown up completely. Every one who has seen the movie ‘Ghandi’ will remember the 1919 massacre of Jallianwala Bah near the Golden Temple. In 1984 the Indian army destroyed large parts of the Golden Temple. Many people lost their lives.

The city of Amritsar was founded by Guru Ram Das and completed by his son Guru Arjun. Several stories indicate that the grounds always have been a place of high spiritual power. The indus valley is said to be the cradle of human civilization and the place where the vedas have been conceived.

Still living in India, Yogi Bhajan would clean the marble floors of the Golden Temple, which is done as seva (selfless service) in the very early morning hours. After that he would resume his work as a custom officer. Yogi Bhajan would refer to that time as a deeply transformative period in his life.


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It is said that those who recite the Japji once at every step of the stairway down to the well under the Gurdwara will be freed from the 84 lakhs (8.4 millions) life times destined for every being in creation.

This intense meditation is considered to be one of the most popular among Kundalini Yogis and Yoginis as well as Punjabi Sikhs. Since people who have never been at Goindwal and look forward to doing this meditation for the first time usually have a lot of practical questions, we will provide some descriptions, advices, and answers to FAQs.