Daily programme routine at Ashram is based on tradition from the days of Nimbargi Maharaj, Bhausaheb Maharaj and Amburav Maharaj at Nimbargi and Inchageri, and set by Gurudev himself. It is centered on meditation, being the crux of Gurudeva's mysticism, Pathway to God.

3.30 To 5.30 A.M. : Meditation
5.30 A.M. : Kakadarati (early morning bhajan and arati)
8.00 To 12.00 A.M. : Meditation
12.00 A.M. : Morning Bhajan and arati
2.30 To 4.00 P.M. : Meditation
4.30 P.M. : Discourse
5.30 P.M. : Afternoon Bhajan and arati
7.00 To 8.00 P.M. : Meditation
8.45 P.M. : Night bhajan and arati

There are breaks for tea at 6 a.m. and 4 p.m., breakfast at 7.30 a.m., lunch at 12.30 a.m. and dinner at 8.00 p.m.

During meditation Dasbodh, written by Saint Ramadas and other writings of saints are read and devotional songs are sung at regular intervals. This is to help meditation.