Ramana ashrama is a small seminary in India’s central state of West Bengal that serves about 2,000 students, mainly Muslims.

It is located near the city of Surat, which is home to more than 1.5 million Muslims.

There are currently three Ramana sites: Surat Ashram (the largest), Bhiwani Ashram and the Srinagar Ashram.

The third, at Srinampur, is still under construction.

Ramana Ashrama was founded in 1872 by the founder of a prominent sect of Hinduism, the Mahavamsa (the “holy man”) Ramana Maharshi.

The Maharshas were considered to be the first generation of the Mahayanas (the sect’s major sects), and the sect’s founder, Mahavastu Das, was born in the ashram.

The founder of the Ramana Samath, as he is known, established the institute in 1875, which became known as the “Temple of Ramana”.

Its location is not immediately clear.

According to the Ramna Samath website, it was the second largest seminary founded by a Hindu after Madhavaram, which was founded by Ramanuja in the 17th century.

In the 1950s, the institute was renamed as Ramana Sri Guru Nanak Dev Temple, or the “Guru Nanak Temple”, which was a Sanskrit word meaning “guru”.

According to Indian tradition, Guru Nanik was born at a time when many Hindus were dying from malaria.

The university, which has a population of some 1.3 million, is considered to have a “spirit of community”, said Ramana, who is married to a doctor.

The institution also has a long history of being a safe haven for Muslims, said Ramanas, who declined to give his full name.

“This is a place where we can talk, eat and study without fear of being harassed.

It’s an opportunity to build a new life together.

There’s no danger here.

This is the Ramanas home,” Ramana said.

The institute’s staff include both Muslims and Christians.

The school has an official chaplain, an Imam, a chaplain at the college, a teacher and a few teachers.

Ramanas said the school had a long tradition of welcoming Muslims and that the students were welcomed with open arms.

He said the institute, which teaches the basic sciences like astronomy and mathematics, is “very open to Muslims and has no problems with anyone who is Muslim”.

The students at Ramana’s ashram are all in their 20s or 30s, he said.

“They are in a class where the teacher has been working for a long time and the students are all learning from him.”