Vedanta Centre/Ananda Ashrama

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  • Ananda Ashrama and Vedanta Centre — (est. 1923)    Ananda Ashrama of La Crescenta, California, was founded in 1923 by Swami PARAMANANDA (1884–1940) to facilitate a better understanding between Eastern and Western spiritualities and to disseminate VEDANTA philosophy. The 120 acre… …   Encyclopedia of Hinduism

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