Welcome to The Sharda Centre – a place for Retreats, Workshops, Gatherings & Conferences.

Look forward to seeing you at our SEPTEMBERFEST  – Come and celebrate the joy of life in a challenging world!  14 – 21 September 2014.  Programme to be announced soon – contact 021 1466 209

Nestled in a secluded section of rural Tuakau, with native bush walks, stream, waterfalls and woodland, 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.

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. Sharda offers such a venue.

The Sharda Trust is a registered charitable, non profit organization, founded in 1989.

The ideals of Sharda, envisioned by Halima MacEwan, were inspired by the teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan who stresses the unity at the centre of all life, and the understanding of that unity common to all religions. Sharda respects and honours all sacred traditions.

The Sharda Centre is a 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

Are you able to help with any of the following?   Services/Skills required: Carpentry/ handyman skills,  gibstopping,  arborist,  fruit tree pruning, carpet laying, organic gardening & weeding; Clearing bush of invasive weeds,  Track clearing in bush,  general cleaning & preparing the Centre for Workshops.

Sharda Centre Wish List: Single Mattresses or beds; Washing Machine ( ours just died this week);  Fridges; Tellus Vacuum Cleaner; Water blaster; Ride on Mower; Chainsaw; Wood splitter, fencing pliers; Scythe; circular saw; table saw; any carpentry & gardening tools appreciated. Old corrugated water tanks that can be used for storing wood. Caravans that can be used for accommodation therefore don’t need to be road worthy; old woollen blankets that can be used as under blankets; Candles; Incense large stainless saucepans, teaspoons, knives & dessert spoons.

One thought on “Welcome

  1. Kia ora everyone at Sharda!
    It’s wonderful to see and feel this website sending out the same vibration of beauty, nature and valuing of all people and traditions, that we feel when we come to Sharda.
    Thanks to everyone who has made it happen, I am looking forward to being at Sharda again and walking in the beautiful bush, hearing the voice of the little stream that sings!
    aroha nui ki te ao katoa

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