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35 Day Ashram-Inspired Community Living and 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Pondicherry
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Join this teacher training starting on October 6. From Monday through Saturday, have a full-day intensive program. The main program includes Patanjali’s yoga sutra and other scriptures, meditation and chanting, human and subtle anatomy, bandhas, and mudras. In addition, the program includes kalaripayat, Karma yoga, introduction to mindfulness, qi gong, introduction to integral yoga, and awareness through the body, yoga of self-discovery, and the Auroville introduction program.

Meet the instructors

Balaganesh
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Highlights

  • 100+ contact hours with lead trainers
  • Eligible to register with Yoga Alliance upon completion
  • Study both Hatha and Vinyasa yoga along with introductions many other styles
  • Primarily experiential and practical learning techniques in a wide spectrum of topics
  • Small class sizes for optimal one-on-one training, attention, and personalized care
  • Discover yourself, volunteer, and get into community life
  • Enhance and challenge your own personal practice
  • 34 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Styles


31 days with instruction in English
The organizer also speaks: Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Tamil
Group size: Maximum of 12 participants
Airport transfer available:
Chennai International Airport (US$47 per person)
Airport transfer available:
Tiruchirappalli International Airport (US$70 per person)
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Accommodation

Check-in Time:
14:00
Check-out Time:
12:00

Joy Community is defined by a culture of creativity, happiness, and integrity; where everybody is dedicated to inner growth and the manifestation of Auroville’s Dream as per Sri Aurobindo and Mother’s teachings. Therefore, they commit to being a joyful center for experiential learning where you will work together in a spirit of service, yet giving freedom of expression to each one’s unique needs, vocation, truth, and soul purpose.

The project is open to everyone who wants to truly connect; yet, they mainly direct their efforts towards youth, volunteers, and long-term guests who wish to honor Mother Earth, bring into practice spiritual values, deepen their experience in Auroville and be happy.

Joy Community runs a naturally simple, yet very beautiful and clean guesthouse for those people seeking a real experience in Auroville, instead of staying in the usual tourist accommodation. They have a peculiar community atmosphere and they are immersed in nature, which here is characterized by the tropical evergreen dry forest and the most colorful birds.

At the same time, they are located in the very center of Auroville, only a few hundred meters from the Matrimandir, the visitor’s center, the town hall, and the solar kitchen. There are a well-equipped common kitchen, an open lounge, and several hammocks in the gardens that are available for guests' use.

Please bring your own flashlight, towel, toilet paper, soap, and more. There are lockers available for guests staying in shared accommodation but bring your own lock. Joy Community is an alcohol and drug-free campus while smoking cigarettes is allowed only in a dedicated area.

Included in your stay are free low-speed Wi-Fi internet, free yoga hall, and mat use (out of class time), drinking water, some common kitchen items, taxes, and Auroville guest contribution. Joy Community provides bed sheets, blankets, and bed mosquito nets for all types of accommodation. Not included in your stay are laundry, food, and any class happening in the multipurpose hall.

Room types characteristics

Dormitory

  • Lockers
  • Shared bathrooms
  • Openings with no mosquito screenings
  • Standing or table fan
  • Power back-up only for lights

Basic rooms

  • Shared bathrooms
  • Openings with no mosquito screenings
  • Standing or ceiling fan
  • Power back-up only for lights

Comfort rooms

  • Attached bathroom
  • Desk with locker
  • Mosquito proof openings
  • Glass windows
  • Ceiling fan
  • Power back-up for lights
  • Fan
  • USB plugs
  • Ethernet cable internet

Program

Certification

Students who complete the training are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).

Sample daily schedule

  • 07:00 - 07:30 Pranayama/meditation/chanting
  • 07:30 - 09:00 Asana practice: Hatha/Vinyasa styles
  • 09:00 - 14:00 Break/free time
  • 14:00 - 17:30 Yoga theory, anatomy, or Karma yoga
  • 17:30 - 19:00 Asana practice
  • 19:00 - 19:30 Self study/Satsang

OR

  • 06:30 - 07:30 Morning mantras/pranayama/meditation
  • 07:30 - 09:00 Asana practice: Hatha/Vinyasa/Multi-style
  • 09:00 - 10:30 Breakfast
  • 10:30 - 12:30 Philosophy and yoga theory
  • 12:30 - 13:30 Lunch
  • 13:00 - 17:30 Farming, community building, permaculture, Ayurveda, Karma yoga, and more
  • 18:00 - 19:00 Self-study/Satsang/coaching/extra-curricular activities
  • 19:00 Dinner
  • 22:00 Lights out

Please note that the daily schedule is subject to change and vary every day. The detailed program will be given every Sunday and all Sundays are days off.

Program

You will receive your 200-hour TTC certificate, but it’s much more than this. You will grow your own food, start a community together, fall in love, fall out of love, explore yourself, you will meet like-minded people, visit many more projects than just Asanas, in Auroville, indulge in the local culture and traditions.

In this context, Bala Yoga School will bring you an ashram-inspired atmosphere of learning and contemplation. Spirituality is an essential part of daily life in India. People in India grow up with the ideas of self-awareness and self-development. The concepts of spiritual evolvement and enlightenment are taught from an early age.

Auroville is in fact quite special. It can be compared to a monastery, but the comparison falls short as Auroville is populated not by monks, but real people who are involved from baking cakes to meditating many hours together. Auroville is not only for the residents or monks, saints, and spiritual teachers, but is also open and accessible to anyone and everyone.

People from all backgrounds, ages, and beliefs can visit and stay at Auroville for any period of time. The teacher helps and welcomes them regardless of their beliefs and faith. After the end of the course, you may want to become an Aurovillain and continue your life or go to your country and spread the knowledge.

Wake up early with the rising sun, practice breathing exercises, meditate, sing chants to release emotions, eat simple food, practice yoga asanas to improve the condition of the body and discuss philosophies to open the mind. Throughout the day, you'll follow a strict routine on many disciplines, too many to list here, like farming, helping with day-to-day cooking, building special buildings, visiting Matrimandir and hours of meditation, and much more in a basic setting without any distractions.

This simplicity helps you understand the importance of the things in life you generally take for granted. It also helps you reflect on your mental conditioning, your habits, and your addictions, which you sometimes confuse for necessities. Most sufferings in the present civilization are connected to stress, an imbalance between emotion and logic, and an overall lack of discipline.

This TTC in Auroville provides a safe space, free from distractions and routines of daily life, and the chance to get rid of excess emotional and material baggage brings you much-needed discipline and clarity of thoughts. This experience can be intimidating, but ultimately, it will give you a clear sense of priority and importance of things in your life.

You will go out with more knowledge on healthy living, growing your own food, new skills, new people, and ultimately a new life, while empowering you, and increasing your own sense of being, health, mindfulness, and joy. Becoming a yoga teacher will inspire others to explore this yogic path. Becoming a great teacher is difficult, it needs your dedication and hard work.

Bala Yoga school will help and assist you to master the art, technique, and principles of becoming a great yoga teacher. The course is designed to train you in philosophy, practice, teaching techniques, and much more. Upon successful completion of this program, you will be a well-rounded yoga teacher who understands the physical, physiological, psychological, and philosophical aspects of yoga and be eligible to apply for your 200-hour Yoga Alliance certificate.

Please review the entire syllabus to understand what the course entails, expectations, pre-requisites, and other details about each section. Know that you will be working a little of each section every day, using the lessons from each to propel you forward in the rest.

Bala Yoga School is happy to review this with you in more depth, and/or answer any questions you may have via e-mail, phone, or in person. Bala Yoga School wishes you the best of luck and hopes you have a rewarding journey.

Table of contents

1. Introduction

  • 1.1. About Bala Yoga
  • 1.2. About lead teacher
  • 1.3. About yoga teacher training course (YTTC)

The philosophy for training is designed for people to experience and understand the depths of yoga knowledge and sincere practice. As per Sri Aurobindo: All life is yoga. In this TTC, they'll give utmost importance in making the student understand what yoga is all about, everything from ancient and modern philosophy to the study of ancient texts and the subtleties of various asanas to be practiced in your own body.

Although asanas and pranayama play a vital role in modern-day yoga, they want students to understand the holistic nature of yoga. It is only then that they can begin to guide you through teaching methodology, and the art and science of sequencing a practice that is accessible to all.

The training is suitable for those seeking to become a yoga teacher, for existing yoga teachers who are looking to deepen their knowledge and practice of yoga, or for students who wish to study and understand more about their own practice. Through the shared dedication and collaboration and your time, energy, and teamwork, they will equip you with the tools needed for an abundant and lifelong journey with yoga.

Bala Yoga School is a Yoga Alliance Certified School of Yoga, and upon successful completion of the "Teacher Training Course" (TTC), you will have the opportunity to pursue a global career as an RYT200 (Registered Yoga Teacher).

2. Overall learning objectives

  • Learn and understand the fundamental knowledge and 8 limbs of yoga - what is it all about?
  • Hatha and Vinyasa: Learning the differences and benefits of each style, and how they are meant to work together
  • Learn, in-depth, over 80 poses and their benefits, modifications, and more
  • Learn the basics of pranayama, the yogic art of breathing
  • Build and develop your own yoga practice
  • Learn to teach others with clarity, precisions, and confidence
  • Learn the importance and use of props
  • Study ancient and modern-day yogic philosophy and study of texts (The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, the Bhagavad Geeta, and more!)
  • Subtle ethics of yoga, and how to integrate this lifestyle into the modern world of yoga
  • Understand different types of students, bodies, needs, climates, and build smart, innovative, and safe sequences for all
  • Gain practical and hands-on experiences in teaching
  • Gain a lifelong resource for any and all future endeavors while on your yoga journey

3. Yoga philosophy and lifestyle

What is yoga? This is where you will discuss what yoga is all about. Where and when did the practice of yoga begin? What are the principles of yoga? How has it evolved, and spread its knowledge? Here, the goal is to give you a strong foundation on the fundamentals of yoga that you can implement into your daily life and build upon throughout your journey. You will explore the yogic lifestyle in the ancient and modern world, the yogic diet, and more.

The learning objectives are to understand the origin of yoga, as well as its’ evolution through time, and across the world, understand the practice and implementation of the 8 Limbs of Yoga, read, interpret, and share knowledge of ancient yogic texts with your yoga circle (The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, The Bhagavad Geeta, and more), understand the greater goal of yoga, different Margas/paths of yoga, and different schools of yoga.

  • 3.1. The meaning of yoga
  • 3.2. History and origin of yoga
  • 3.3. The 8 Limbs of Ashtanga yoga
  • 3.4. Guidelines for a traditional practice
  • 3.5. Yogic lifestyle
  • 3.6. The yogic diet
  • 3.7 Yoga and fasting
  • 3.8 The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
  • 3.9. Different Margas/paths of yoga
  • 3.10 Spread of modern yoga
  • 3.11 Different schools of yoga

4. Asanas

  • 4.1 The meaning and beauty of asana
  • 4.2 Classification of postures
  • 4.3 Different Suryanamaskars
  • 4.4 Warming up exercises
  • 4.5 Relaxation postures
  • 4.6 Meditative and sitting postures
  • 4.7 Standing postures
  • 4.8 Forward-bending postures
  • 4.9 Backward bending postures
  • 4.10 Twisting postures
  • 4.11 Inverted postures
  • 4.12 Arm-balancing postures

As one of the 8 Limbs of Yoga, asanas study is designed to delve deep into various categories of poses - to learn and understand their benefits, modifications, progressions, regressions, and most importantly how to properly and safely get in and out of each pose. This builds upon the foundation by creating the framework in which you can begin to create a complete practice, and begins the process of self-awareness, and self-care.

Learning objectives:

  • Complete Surya Namaskar A, B, and Classical with proper form and alignment, all the while understanding its’ purpose and benefits
  • Understand the different categories of poses and their collective benefits within a practice
  • Understand a variety of poses within each category fully - their benefits, modifications, progressions, regressions, and more
  • Understand the physiological and psychological effects of each pose
  • Begin to understand how each pose works with one another as you begin to approach the art and science of sequencing a practice
  • Understand the art of using props (belts, blocks, bolsters)
  • Practice on your classmates

5. The art and science of sequencing

  • 5.1. Levels of a student
  • 5.2. Specific pre-set sequencing
  • 5.3. Sequencing principles
  • 5.4. Themed sequencing

With a deeper understanding and strong core knowledge of individual poses, you will begin to work with the art and science of sequencing a practice. You will explore Hatha and Vinyasa styles of yoga practice, themed sequencing, and how to prepare a sequence that is accessible by all, complete with modifications.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the differences and similarities of Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, and when to use and practice each
  • Understand how to observe, and enhance intuition
  • Design a class so that the practitioner gains maximum benefit from the practice
  • Sequence a complete class that is accessible to all
  • Be able to demonstrate, instruct, correct, and lead all level classes and practitioners
  • Build up the skill of self-discovery, and learning through one’s own practice, to help others
  • Sequencing principles, sequencing for special needs and different bodies

6. Pranayama: The art of breathing

  • 6.1 Important concepts in pranayama
  • 6.2 Benefits of pranayama
  • 6.2 Different breathing techniques and pranayama styles

The breath is what connects you with the space around you. Here, you will learn the art of various breathing exercises, when to use and practice them, and what their physiological and psychological effects are.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the Respiratory system, and how it correlates with the body and yoga
  • Understand various breathing exercises, knowing their benefits and best times of practice

7. Meditation and chanting

  • 7.1 What is meditation
  • 7.2 Meditation postures
  • 7.3 How to practice meditation
  • 7.4 Benefits of meditation
  • 7.5 Types of meditation
  • 7.6 Chanting

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the various methods and techniques of meditation and chanting
  • Be able to understand the need and challenges of meditation
  • Importance of yoga practice to begin meditation
  • The importance of sound vibrations and their impact on the body and mind
  • Enhanced ability to pronounce more Sanskrit words
  • Find a sense of peace and calm after both practices
  • Learn to chant important mantras

8. Bhandas, mudras and kriyas

  • 8.1 Definitions
  • 8.2 Important practices

Continuing with the traditional yogic practice you will learn about various Bandhas, Mudras, and Kriyas and you will practice the most important of these ancient practices like Nauli, Neti, and more.

Learning objectives

  • Understand and enjoy powerful effects within both the physical and energetic bodies (Koṣas)
  • Purification of the body by resorting to the cleansing processes
  • Able to understand the procedure for self-practice and also to teach others
  • The benefits, contraindications, and practical techniques of practicing
  • Discern when and how to incorporate mudra into yoga

9. Anatomy and physiology

  • 9.1. Anatomy of bones, muscles, joints, and fascia in the human body
  • 9.2 Digestive system
  • 9.3 Endocrine system
  • 9.4 Skeletal system
  • 9.5 Muscular system
  • 9.6 Respiratory system
  • 9.7 Circulatory and cardiovascular system

In order to practice or teach a great sequence, you need to first understand the muscles, bones, fascia, and joints of the body, and how it applies to movement of the body from asana to asana. How should your bones stack and your muscles wrap around them? How do you both strengthen and protect your joints? Learn what to look for in your own body as well as the bodies of your varying students to ensure a safe and effective practice accessible to all, free from pain and injury.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand and know the bones, muscles, ligaments, tissues, tendons, fascia, and joints of the body
  • Know the planes of the body and how the body moves through them. Properly align the body in each asana as you learn them
  • Know what to look for in various body types, and the best way to guide each safely through a practice
  • Understand psychological issues of depression, trauma, emotional imbalance, and more

10. Subtle anatomy

  • 10.1 Three bodies and Five Koshas
  • 10.2 Seven Dhatus
  • 10.3 Five Vayus
  • 10.4 Kundalini Shakthi and Chakras

Learning objectives

  • To familiarize students with subtle body anatomy: shariras, chakras, pranas, koshas, Kundalini, and nadis
  • To gain a basic understanding of the subtle body system as part of the whole person
  • Trainees are able to articulate and describe the 5 koshas and are able to teach and recommend practices that optimize the healthy functioning of each of the koshas or layers
  • Trainees are able to describe the 5 prana vayus and how prana moves in the body through the nadis (channels)
  • Trainees are able to name and describe the seven chakras, their traits, and how to optimize the psycho-emotional-spiritual health of the body via balancing the chakras with posture, breath, and lifestyle practices

11. Teaching methodology

  • 11.1. Communication skills
  • 11.2. Principles of demonstration, observation, assisting, and correcting
  • 11.3. Qualities, roles, and responsibilities of a yoga teacher
  • 11.4. Ethical, moral, and professional conduct of a teacher
  • 11.5. How to address the specific needs of individuals and special populations
  • 11.6. Business of yoga

Having the knowledge of yoga is mission number one - mission number two is preparing you with different tools to communicate your knowledge effectively to others. You will experiment with different ways to communicate with others, across cultures, across language. You will work to find your voice and unique teaching style. You will practice on and observe your peers fine-tune these skills.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand the proper pronunciation and meaning of common Sanskrit terms
  • Understand the value of a good demonstration
  • Learn to communicate effectively with others using yoga language and terminology
  • Gain practical experience using compassionate communication & improve communication skills
  • Be able to explore teaching styles, and do the work to identify with your own unique style of teaching
  • Roles, responsibilities, ethics, professionalism, and qualities for yoga teachers
  • Business of Yoga - Build a strong and relevant yoga resume highlighting your strengths, skills, and experience
  • Understand how to connect with other yoga schools and build relations in your community
  • Apply for yoga teaching jobs and how to follow up
  • How to use social media and gain visibility online
  • Understanding liability issues and obtaining all permits, licenses, taxes, and more

12. Assignments and practicum

There will be some assignments given during the TTC days. Assignments will complement the classwork to help you internalize the subject matter more clearly. Assignments are to be completed before the completion of the course. Practicum - Both a written and practical exam need to be completed with passing scores.

For the practical, this is done during the final week where the student starts offering classes to fellow batch mates. This session will be feedback by fellow students and teachers. For the theory, this is done during the final day, where the student will be asked to write answers to simple questions covering the subjects taught to them. There are no minimum marks needed.

13. Requirements and pre-approval

  • One-year minimum ongoing and consistent yoga practice
  • They enroll a maximum of 12 participants per course, and enrollments are on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  • Must be able to attend all hours of contact class, complete all assignments on time, and complete teaching examinations to be certified at the end of the course.

Those who are not training to teach are also expected to attend all hours including Karma yoga for successful completion of the course. Bala Yoga School reserves the right of admission of the students. If they find that some students are not to the level of spiritual development, they reserve the right to ask the student to leave and/or withhold the certificate. Each student will be held to a high standard of conduct, demonstrating respect for their peers and maintaining confidentiality throughout and after the course.

Benefits of training with Bala Yoga

  • Small class sizes (maximum of 12 students), this allows for optimal one-on-one training, attention, and personalized care
  • 100+ contact hours with lead trainers
  • Primarily experiential and practical learning techniques in a wide spectrum of topics covered
  • Thoroughly trained lead teacher with a broad yoga education and teaching background. The school has refined its syllabus, content, and teaching styles to ensure they bring you the very best of what you know, going above and beyond the minimum criteria set for such programs
  • The study of both Hatha and Vinyasa styles of yoga along with introductions many other styles
  • Enhancing and challenging your own personal practice
  • Stay and participate in the day-to-day activities of Auroville
  • Learn about permaculture, building using special materials, eco-living, zero waste living, and more
  • Create your own art and art installations
  • Enjoy music and dance and other art forms
  • Learn to grow and cook your own food with available resources

Instructors

Balaganesh Sivaprakasam

Location

Auroville is a universal township in the making for a population of up to 50,000 people from around the world.

How did Auroville begin?

The concept of Auroville - an ideal township devoted to an experiment in human unity - came to the Mother as early as the 1930s. In the mid-1960s the concept was developed and put before the Govt. of India, who gave their backing and took it to the General Assembly of UNESCO.

In 1966 UNESCO passed a unanimous resolution commending it as a project of importance to the future of humanity, thereby giving their full encouragement.

Why Auroville?

The purpose of Auroville is to realize human unity - in diversity. Today Auroville is recognized as the first and only internationally endorsed ongoing experiment in human unity and transformation of consciousness, also concerned with - and practically researching into - sustainable living and the future cultural, environmental, social, and spiritual needs of mankind.

When did Auroville start?

On 28th February 1968 some 5,000 people assembled near the banyan tree at the center of the future township for an inauguration ceremony attended by representatives of 124 nations, including all the States of India.

The representatives brought with them some soil from their homeland, to be mixed in a white marble-clad, lotus-shaped urn, now sited at the focal point of the Amphitheatre. At the same time, the Mother gave Auroville its 4-point Charter.

Where is Auroville?

Auroville is located in south India, mostly in the State of Tamil Nadu (some parts are in the State of Puducherry), a few kilometers inland from the Coromandel Coast, approximately 150 kilometers south of Chennai (previously Madras) and 10 kilometers north of the town of Puducherry.

Who are the Aurovilians?

They come from some 59 nations, from all age groups (from infancy to over eighty, averaging around 30), from all social classes, backgrounds, and cultures, representing humanity as a whole. The population of the township is constantly growing but currently stands at around 2,500 people, of whom approximately one-third are Indian.

Food

During this training, your daily breakfast and lunch are included in the price. Drinking water, tea, and coffee are also available in the common kitchen area. You will explore a lot of eating habits. Locally sourced, organically grown simple vegetarian meal is encouraged and part of the package but there are many restaurants serving all kinds of food that are available in and around Auroville

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Coffee
  • Tea

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Vegetarian
  • Organic
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

It’s also possible to go on the trip to Mahabalipuram and enjoy the swimming pool and visit Auroville. All Sundays are free days. Bicycles/mopeds can be rented to go around the town area. Adishakti is situated very close to the intriguing Auroville International Township, home to a number of interesting spaces to visit.

Visitors could experiment with surfing lessons at the Kallialay Surf School of India or learn horse-riding at the much-acclaimed Red Earth Riding School. There are several unique community enterprises built with the sole idea of sustaining and liberating local communities.

While at Adishakti guests can also make spiritual and cultural day trips to Chidambaram, Thiruvannamalai, Pitchavaram, Mahabalipuram, the Gingee Fortress, and Vailankani, and many more places of historical importance.

Spa treatments

Many spas are offering most types of massages and treatments and are available in and around Auroville.

What's included

  • Yoga teacher training manuals and course materials
  • Eligibility to register with Yoga Alliance upon completion
  • Marma yoga massage classes
  • Visits to many Auroville projects
  • Daily Karma yoga for the community development
  • All syllabus mentioned
  • 34 nights accommodation
  • 2 daily vegetarian meals, filtered water, coffee, and tea
  • Free Wi-Fi in the common area

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Laundry (can be arranged for an extra cost)
  • All three meals every Sunday
  • Airport transfers (can be arranged for an extra cost)
  • Medical and things of personal use, including sanitary products
  • Motorbikes/scooter/bicycle (can be arranged for an extra cost)
  • Any personal tours and travels
  • Any insurance costs
  • Massages and treatments (can be arranged for an extra cost)
  • Yoga mats and accessories (can be arranged for an extra cost)
  • Toiletries
  • Room cleaning will be done as per the guest house rules
  • Bala Yoga School will operate in a very simple and environmentally friendly way. So anything not specially mentioned is not available and included

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Chennai International Airport (MAA). From there, a taxi is the best option. Bala Yoga School can send taxis on a direct pay basis for approximately 40 EUR one way. You can also book your flight to arrive at Tiruchirappalli International Airport (TRZ). Transfer from the airport is available for an additional cost of 60 EUR.

Arrival by bus

There are many public buses between Chennai to Pondicherry. You might have to go to the CMBT bus terminal from the airport through metro/buses/tuk-tuk/taxi. From CMBT, take a bus to Pondicherry on Byepass Route. Ask for Auroville and get down at Moratandi Tollgate. it will take five to six hours by bus to Auroville.

Airport: Chennai International Airport Airport transfer available: Chennai International Airport (US$47 per person) Additional charges may apply. You can request this in the next step.
Airport: Tiruchirappalli International Airport Airport transfer available: Tiruchirappalli International Airport (US$70 per person) Additional charges may apply. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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