Welcome to The Sharda Centre

For Retreats, Workshops, Gatherings & Conferences.

 The Sharda Centre is a place of peace where one may attune to Nature and refresh the Spirit, away from the stress and demands of today’s busy life. Nestled in a secluded section of rural Tuakau, with native bush walks, stream, waterfalls and woodland,

Dedicated to the educational, cultural and spiritual needs of people today, it upholds the ideal of harmony in all aspects of life, with all people, and within the realms and rhythms of Nature.

In the pressures and stress of the modern world, there is an increasing need for places of quiet beauty where people may go to be refreshed and renewed. The Sharda Centre offers such a venue.

Sharda Working Bee

September 30- October 2 Pir Zia is coming to Sharda in October. You are invited to help us prepare for this wonderful occasion  by attending the great Sharda working bee. The main working day will be 1 October starting at 9.00 am. You are also welcome to come for the whole weekend with free accommodation from Friday to Sunday, with lunch and dinner provided. We have plenty of of jobs including cooking,  grooming the temple site, track maintenance, spring cleaning. There is a job for everyone no matter your ability. There is no obligation to stay all day, any hours given will be gratefully received and they all contribute to the Sharda Centre and Pir Zia’s visit.
If you have a petrol weed eater, chain saw and safety gear, 4 wheel drive and trailer please  bring them. So we can plan please phone Sandy at Sharda 092369063

The Sharda Centre is a registered Charitable Trust which operates on the principals & ideals of selfless service & donations.  Offers of Time, Goods or Services are always needed & very much appreciated. If you would like to volunteer your time, skills or goods, please contact The Sharda Centre (09) 236 9083

The ideals of The Sharda Trust,  stresses the unity at the centre of all life, and the understanding of that unity common to all. The Sharda Centre respects and honours all religions & sacred traditions.


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