This means the ocean of devotion. This is a traditionally constructed joopa or hut – the largest of its kind in the area if not the whole of Rajasthan – it has a hand crafted grass roof which is supported by an umbrella-like steel frame. Joopas are traditionally circular and there are large windows all around it giving airflow and light. This is where our yoga programs and evening satsangs take place as well as worship and prayer. During large ashram functions, we have many guests from all over India and here they can sleep under fans and are protected from rains and mosquitoes. The atmosphere here is very pure and there is a murti (consecrated statue) of our Divine Holy Guruji on the altar as well as framed pictures of all the gurus of our lineage as well as well known Indian saints. On the walls are hanging many photos and certificates commemorating the great work of our Gurudev around the world during the last 50 years. It is here that residents and guests practice sadhana (yoga techniques) and sing bhajans – Holy hymns written by the saints of our guru lineage and other great saints of India. This meditation hall is a holy and consecrated place of worship – one of many in the ashram.