India’s autism community is mourning the death of its founder, who was shot dead by a gunman at a Delhi ashram.
Ashram Bellevue was an annual yoga retreat where thousands of people gather every year for four days of yoga.
It was located in the heart of Delhi’s financial hub and is often referred to as the “Mumbai of India.”
In a Facebook post, the Ashram said it would reopen Monday.
India’s first global autism conference, held in 2016, drew thousands of participants and raised funds for autism research.
Bellevue, 64, died Saturday after he was found with a gunshot wound to the head at his ashram, where the yoga was held.
He was the second person in the U.S. to be shot at the ashram this year.
The other victim was a 22-year-old woman who was in the same ashram at the time of the shooting.
The woman was in critical condition.
The Ashram was among a number of ashrams across the country where attendees have reported violence over the past year.
Police said Saturday they arrested the man in connection with the killing.
He is scheduled to appear in court in the next few days.
The Indian government has been grappling with violence against its mentally disabled, which has increased in recent years.
India has the highest autism prevalence rate in the world, according to a 2015 U.N. report.
India is also a popular destination for foreign patients seeking treatment.
In 2016, the country’s government said it was banning all foreigners from entering the country.