Kochrab ashram (also called Kochra) is the largest ashram in India.
Located in the heart of the city of Mumbai, it was established by Kochrakash Singh Bajpai, the son of Maharaja Bahadur Singh.
Its main purpose is to offer spiritual training to students from the lower castes.
The ashram has been accredited by the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR), which includes over 300 Indian cultural institutions and other organisations.
The temple also has its own kirtan (temple ceremony), where students are required to perform rituals of worship.
The Ashram’s mission is to spread the Hindu message of love and service, and to foster the growth of the Hindu community in India, according to the Ashram website.
Its founder, Bhaskar Srinivasan, has claimed that “the best teachings are given to the aspirants through Kochrah.”
Kochram’s website also contains links to the various social networking sites that Kochras students use.
According to the website, Kochrama is a “highly-trained and disciplined body” with over 1,300 students in its ashram.
Students in the ashram study Sanskrit and Ayurvedic medicines, which are widely used by the community.
Its ashram is also home to a number of teachers, including some who are highly-rated by the state education department.
Many of them have also been awarded the prestigious Bharat Ratna, India’s highest honour.
Kochria is one of the largest Kachoris (small ashrams) in India with over 3,000 students, according a 2009 report from the India Foundation.
The organisation is run by former Kachor teacher-turned-pastor Srinivasa Ramaswamy and his wife Prasanth, a retired nurse from Maharashtra.
According the report, the organisation has over 1 lakh students and about 100 teachers.
Kachora ashram teacher is Nandan Kumar Bajaj.
Nandan has been teaching Kachoras for about three decades.
According a 2009 survey conducted by the Kachori Institute of Education, students in the Ashrama spend about 50 per cent of their day studying.
They also have classes for younger students and teachers.
In the report they said the Ashrams students study the Kshatriya scriptures daily.
According Bajas teaching methods, they have a very good track record, with students coming from all over the country.
The Kachorici, or ‘shahs’, of Kachoria also perform religious rituals, such as performing rituals for the Guru-guru.
The institute also has a library of over 300 volumes and has a dedicated library of 50-year old Indian literature, according the report.
In 2014, the Kichori Institute for Development Studies and Entrepreneurship awarded the Ashravaniya (Sikh teacher) and Nanda Saharani (Sarwarji teacher) a ‘Mansa’ award for the organisation.
The awards were given to Nanda, who had taught in Kichora for more than 25 years, as well as Sarwarji, who has been in the organisation for over 20 years.
The report also mentions that the institute has been awarded an award for ‘inclusive’ teaching by the Education Ministry for its ‘positive impact on children’s development and the well-being of society’.
Kichoras teachers, according it, “are highly qualified and skilled in their respective fields.”
The Kichoria, or Kachory, has about 15,000 teachers and 50 students in it.
According its website, it is home to about 60 teachers from various professions including medical practitioners, veterinarians, pharmacists, medical assistants, dentists, veterinary surgeons, engineers, teachers, etc. The teachers have their own separate room for the training of their students.
Kichory also has some of the most popular online courses on Kacharya.
According one of them, Prakash Gupta, “It is a really good education for students from all walks of life.”
Kichor’s teaching methods have been praised by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Bharat Sanchar Nigam (BSN) parties in the state.
“We have very good teachers who teach from a very deep perspective, who work in a very rigorous environment and have a high standard of teaching,” said Sriniva Ramachandran, former head of the BSN and now president of the RSS’s National Council.
“It has also been good for the RSS.
They have more teachers who have gone to the Bancharacharya ashram and the Kanchrathya ashram.”
Srinivala Ramacharya, a former teacher of the Ashrapara ashram said, “We used