The Seshadri Swamigal Ashram in Thiruvannamalai district lies in proximity to Ramana Ashram. The Ashram is on the same road as the Sri Ramana Ashramand is separated from the latter by three buildings. The Swamigal Ashram also offers accommodation to the devotees who come from outside the town. The accommodation fee is very nominal and is also sometimes excused for those who cannot afford to pay it.
The Ashram was established by Seshadri Swamigal who was popularly called the ‘Saint with a golden hand’. People in South India worship the saint and he is considered one of the most admirable of Indian saints who ever lived. The saint was born in Thiruvannamalai and dedicated most of his life for the financial and spiritual empowerment of the people. This is the main reason the saint has acquired the status of semi-God and is worshipped by many people all over the world.