Participants will be accommodated in the hostels of the Sahyadri School spread over the campus. Each hostel has several dormitory type rooms and a cluster of toilets and bathrooms. About six to eight participants will share a room. Men and women will be accommodated in separate dormitories. All the rooms are furnished with beds, cupboards, tables and chairs. Bedding with pillows and blankets will be provided. Hot water for bath will be available. Windows of all dormitories are fitted with wire mesh to prevent the entry of insects and mosquitoes. Groups can be accommodated together if they so request at the time of registration.
Wholesome vegetarian food will be served in the dining hall at specified times.
Tea will be provided in the dormitories early morning on all days of the gathering.
Transport both ways will be provided from and to Pune Railway Station, Pune Airport and the Bus Terminus on the 10th November and 14th evening.
Sahyadri enjoys a moderate climate, with November weather bringing temperatures of about 28 C (maximum) and 15 C (minimum). Light woollens are recommended.
- For visitors on other days (before or after the KFI Gathering, subject to early booking of accommodation):
The KFI Study Centre at Sahyadri offers you a unique opportunity of going into a retreat for self-exploration and inquiry into the teachings of Krishnamurti. Situated on a beautiful hilltop overlooking the Bhima River, it offers a serene and quiet atmosphere conducive to deep study. Some of the highlights of facilities and life at Sahyadri Study Centre are:
A large collection of Krishnamurti's and some other selected books on religion.
Audio / Video recordings of Krishnamurti with the viewing facility.
Discussions and study with similarly interested persons.
Study material for your questions about Life in general.
Long nature walks.
Clean and pollution-free environment.
Healthy, nourishing food and comfortable living conditions.
Books and audio/video recordings (CD/DVD) of Krishnamurti for sale.
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