By RITAM BHAGATI | ISTANBUL | Jan 24, 2018 | 12:05:22Ashram Bhai Shadhvi Raja, one of the world’s leading yoga teachers and the founder of the Thapodi Ashram in Chennai, is set to open a new one in Hyderabad next month.

Ashram Raja is a yoga guru of the Himalayas and the first Ashram Bhakti in India.

The first one was opened in 1984.

The new one will be built on the same site as the old one.

He said, “We are opening the new Thapadi Ashram on the banks of the Yamuna river.

This is the only Ashram that is built on an existing structure.

It is a heritage site and we want to give it a new lease of life.”

The new Ashram will be a place of worship and a place for people of all ages and faiths to learn the basic yoga poses.

It will also offer an alternative to the mainstream yoga classes that have been offered by mainstream yoga centres in India for years.

The ashram is situated on the outskirts of Hyderabad, just outside the city.

The name of the new temple is Bhai Yaman Khera.

The temple has already been in the works for more than a decade.

Ravi Thapadhyan, who is the founder and the spiritual head of the Ashram, said, The new Ashra has been in talks with some local government officials.

He added, They are keen to create a new facility that will serve the people of the city and the country.

“Our aim is to be a new spiritual hub that offers a holistic approach to yoga.

This will include yoga meditation, yoga retreats, yoga classes, yoga practice, yoga dance, yoga workshops, yoga studio, yoga yoga retreat centre, yoga meditation sessions, yoga school and more,” he said.

Ash Ram has been the main centre of worship in India since the 1970s.

Many of the yoga teachers who have lived in India over the years have come to learn from the Ashrams teachings.

In a way, the Ashraths lineage is still very much alive.

The founder Bhai Sri Yashwant is one of these yoga teachers.

He was one of many who were inspired by Bhai Shankar and his teachings.

Bhai Kheras teachings were taught to thousands of people in the last 50 years.

“We have a lot of devotees who are very passionate about Bhai Bhaktis teachings.

People who have come from all walks of life have come here and have been able to achieve the yoga state,” said Bhai Santhya, another founder of Thapdyan Ashram.