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Action in Contemplation is the concept of Darsanalaya Ashram.

People from all walks; irrespective of cast, creed and faith is behind the functions of the Darsanalaya and peaceful ambiance of Ashram. All those who visit Darsanalaya are well absorbed to this ambiance irrespective of age and health factor. Hope radiates in the gentle, calm and serene surroundings

Darsanalaya Ashram located in a beautiful and innocent village area on the banks of Yamuna River. It is in a village called Chandpur, about 20 KM away form Faridabad city of Haryana state in India.
There are around 27 villages around this ashram. The village population is consisted of different casts and traditions. The main classes of people in this area are Jats, Rajputs, Brahmans, Ahirs, Banias, Harijans, Gujars, etc. Almost all belong to agricultural communities. There are also categories like village artisans, craftsmen and certain other menials who helped in the agricultural operations; including the village blacksmith, the carpenter, the oil man, the barber, the washer man, the village potter and some others.
The villages now have improved in external appearance; the essence of village life remains the same. The life of the villager’s remains rooted in their age old customs and traditions. The villagers have retained their essential frame work of rites and rituals, fairs and festivals, taboos and superstitions.
The people remain deeply attached to the tribe, caste or sub caste to which they belong. Their social relations, marriages, eating, drinking, and other dealings are still endogamous. The impact of democracy, secularism or socialism is not so apparent. The tolerance, catholicity, simplicity and spontaneity have made rural life gay and enjoyable. Amidst these entire situation the Ashram is located.
The 10 acres of land in Faridabad was purchased in 1996 by the Sacred Heart Province of CMI Congregation (Carmelites of Mary Immaculate) for the developmental and humanitarian activities in the local area. Rev. Fr. James Palackathadathil CMI was appointed here for two years. After his transfer the house was closed down for six years because of the scarcity of members in the province. The house was reopened on 6th February 2005 with new vision and mission. The new assignment was offered to Fr. Aji Sebastian CMI with Fr. Jacob Menachery CMI and they started the Darsanalaya on 6th February 2005, The house was titled as 'Darsanalaya Ashram' means 'Place of Vision'.

  Darsanalaya Centers in Delhi and Ashram at Chandpur Village, Haryana
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'Jesus in Dharma', Article by by A.J. Philip in Indian Currents....
   
   
   
   
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