About Us

Zorba the Buddha is one of the largest open faith spiritual centers in the world hosting up to 400 programmes and events in an year fostering creative and spiritual growth. We attract world renowned teachers and international participants making this an ever-evolving eco-village. It is living piece of art in which seekers from the realms of spirituality, creativity and social welfare flourish in synchronicity.

Our programs are designed to foster spiritual and creative growth. In close communion with nature we offer courses and residential retreats in meditation, wellness therapies, creative arts, music and a lot more.

Situated on the green outskirts of Delhi our mystical eco-village provides a haven where soulful seekers from all over can amble along tranquil gardens and reflective ponds, experiencing exotic birds and vegetation. Our architecture is a blend of contemporary design and organic bamboo-mud-thatch construction.

Zorba the Buddha provides an ideal backdrop in which all partakers experience rejuvenation and revelation. Igniting all senses; from witnessing beautiful greenery, to listening to nature’s quiet symphony, and enjoying delicious whole food, Zorba’s lifestyle is captivating. Laughter, dance and joy are in abundance here.

Experience with us  a deep sense of serenity, gratitude and love, devour the fragrance of life and blossoming!

Let your Zorba meet Buddha… Let miracles happen!

What Participants Say About Us

“A truly magical place. Inspiring friendly people, beautiful surroundings, peaceful tasteful rooms, delicious vegetarian food and transformational workshops and meditations. As a solo traveller, I was thoroughly looked after and made to feel at home.

Thank you for a wonderful experience.”
Katie Priddis

“Attended the 5-day Dance Festival. Beautiful grounds and lovely people maintaining it. It was a good introduction for my first time traveling internationally, and simply a “must-have” experience. Food was incredibly delicious, the rooms were nice, and I met some really interesting people.”

Michael Dorean Myers