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Shree Kalyanika Himalaya Devasthanam, Almora, Uttarakhand.

During Tapasvi Baba KalyanDasji’s second visit to KailashMansarovar (the holy abode of Lord Shiva), He had a vision of Mother Goddess and decided to build a centre for spiritual aspirants in Himalayas and  thus Shree Kalyanika Himalaya Devasthanam came into existence.

The Ashram is dedicated towards fulfilling the needs of spiritual seekers and provides the opportunity to become a part of the nature by staying in its close vicinity. This Ashram welcomes everyone who wants to practice spirituality.

There is a group of five temples built in the premises of Shree Kalyanika Ashram situated in Almora. The temples of Lord Ganapati, Vishnu, Shiva, Hanuman and Ma Bhagavati are the main attraction of the Ashram.

Temples play a vital role in setting up the environment of the ashram and offers a place conducive to spiritual sadhana.

All the temples built in the various locations of Shree Kalyanika are the wonderful examples of the Indian Architectural glory and cultural heritage and enthralls the visitor.

Kalyanika Himalaya Devasthanam, Almora , Himalayas

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KalyanSeva Ashram, Amarkantak, M.P.

The visions of mystical Narmada (the river which symbolizes the Kundalini Shakti) showed the path of tapasya (penance) which ultimately lead to the enlightening of Babaji. The love for fellow beings compelled PujyaBabaji to come back after more than 40 years of penance and show the divine path of inner awakening to the fellow beings. Babaji established Shree KalyanSewa Ashram in Amarkantak, the birth place of the holy river Narmada.

Shree Yantra is a symbolic representation of the physical form of Ma Bhagavati and Shree KalyanSewa Ashram Amarkantak houses one of heaviest Shree Yantras in the world. The Temple is built in South Indian architecture and visited by thousands of seekers every year.

The Ashram also houses a charitable hospital with the latest facility to provide medical aid to local people.

Ashram Vatika

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