An ashram is a place of worship, and the Ram Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is a Hindu nationalist political party.

Today, there are thousands of these communal ashrams across India, and it has been growing in popularity in the last few years.

The RSS has a strong following in many parts of India, including in parts of the country that have traditionally been left behind by the globalization of capitalism.

In many cases, the ashrams serve as centres of social interaction and spiritual revival.

The Roshgar, a popular ashram in the northern state of Maharashtra, is the latest such centre.

In 2008, it was built in the town of Roshmar, just outside of the city of Mumbai.

A year later, it moved to another part of the state, in the north of the same state.

The new building, which opened in 2015, has more than 1,300 rooms, and has been home to a variety of rituals and activities.

The Roshkar is also known for hosting weekly classes in Sanskrit and Hindi, as well as yoga, meditation, and yoga meditation.

Its main rituals include chanting mantras, performing rituals with animals, and practicing yoga.

A video of a class by a teacher from the Roshhar in 2018.

The Ram Rajggar is a larger, more complex structure.

It’s a four-storey building, with five levels and a roof of a white stone.

It was built by the Ramdev family, who had bought the land in the 1950s from a local Hindu family.

The Ramdevs moved into the property in 1999, and opened it up to the public.

A local television channel, the Satya Niyazhi, featured a documentary on the building, called Ram Rajghar.

A few years later, the Ramghar was converted into a centre of social gathering.

The construction work began in 2014, and was completed in 2019.

The new building features a large roof, an open floor plan, and several large windows.

It is one of the oldest structures in India, dating back to the 4th century BC.

The building has a large, colourful mural on the wall that depicts a Hindu god Ram and the goddess Saraswati.

It also has a painting of a Hindu saint called Shukla, whose name means “heart of the universe”.

Ravish Kumar, the director of the Ram Gopal Varma Ashram in Delhi, told Recode that the Ramgar is one example of the way the Rishis are trying to re-engage with the community.

“They are using a lot of the traditions of the Hindu community to revive the community, so the Ram-Raghavs have also started to reorientate towards the community,” he said.