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True to the Chinmaya Mission’s beautiful motto, the establishment of ashrams around the world aims ‘to give maximum happiness to maximum people for maximum time’. Having been established in India in 1953 by His Holiness Swami Chinmayananda, this spiritual movement pursues inner growth at both the individual and collective levels. The Chinmaya Mission, as a global organisation, focuses on the teaching of Advaita Vedanta, which is understood as the science of the self as expounded in the Vedas. With over 300 centres internationally, the commitment to spiritual, educational, and charitable services has been not only embraced, but truly fortified.

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Gurudev, Swami Chinmayananda

Swami Chinmayananda is an emblem of extraordinary spiritual strength, unconditional love, and perpetual service. With a single-pointed focus on uncovering the Eternal within, Swami Chinmayananda devoted his life to spreading knowledge, establishing multifarious service projects, and leaving an inedible mark on every individual he met.

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Swamiji, Current head of the Chinmaya Mission

As a professional psychologist, a vivid storyteller, an insightful author and teacher, and a devoted Sanyasini (Hindu Monk), Swamini Supriyananda passionately leads the Chinmaya Mission in Hong Kong. By sharing the vision and knowledge of Vedanta, she devotedly enables the spread of the Chinmaya Mission’s ethos.


In the fact-pasted material mayhem of Hong Kong specifically, the Chinmaya Mission offers the teaching of values that anchors individuals to the firm foundation of the core truths. Situated in Tsim Sha Tsui for the last 30 years now, this ashram has grown to watch generations come and thrive in both the culture and the knowledge of the scriptures. During this time, the ashram has become a symbol of love for the community at large and a home for numerous families personally.


There are an array of activities, weekly classes (all of which are conducted in English, are available for all age groups, and can additionally be accessed online via Zoom if not in person), and yearly camps and retreats for individuals to partake in. Beyond this, workshops are occasionally held by visiting speakers, as well as community-based events to celebrate the varying Hindu festivals. In embracing the Vedic spirit that the highest knowledge should be passed freely to all, the Hong Kong Ashram welcomes you.



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KIRTAN under the stars 

Thursday, November 2

6:30 - 9:00pm

High Lawn, Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District

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Tickets are limited 

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I am GOOD. How to be BETTER?!

Friday, November 3 at 11am-12:30pm

Chinmaya Seva Ashram


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Peace in a Restless World

Saturday, November 4 at 9am-11:00am

Jockey Club Hall, Asia Society



Chinmaya Mission 
Swamini Supriyananda

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