Bhagwan Sri Ramana Maharshi (1879 to 1950) is a great sage who lived in Thiruvannamalai, Tamilnadu state, India . Though he left his body in 1950, the soul of Bhagwan continues to enlighten people around the world even today. In the name of Ramana, RA stands for Agnibeeja, Ma for Construction and NA for Moksha. People saw in him a sage without the least touch of worldliness, a saint of matchless purity, a witness to the eternal truth of Vedanta. It is not often that a spiritual genius of the magnitude of Sri Ramana Maharshi visits this Earth. But when such an event occurs, the entire humanity gets benefited and a new era of hope opens before it.

Atma in sanskrit means soul, and darshana means to realize. Atma Darshana was conceived to be a tribute to the great sage Bhagawan Sri Ramana Maharshi and all the great values he stood for. This center is a place where one can come, immerse oneself in the tranquil atmosphere of the ashram, thereby quench one's thirst for the true inner peace by quietly meditating in the mediation hall. Located at Thirumagondanahalli, Hosur Road, 26 kms from Bangalore on NH7, the spiritual complex is a uniquely designed structure that incorporates the Panchaboothas the five elements of life: Air, Water, Fire, Earth and Space. The entire complex is designed to represent the five elements are also building blocks of the universe. One of the unique features of the ashram is the rain water harvesting system implemented in a scientific manner to recharge the ground water.