गुरू ब्रह्मा गुरू विष्णु,गुरुदेवो महेश्वरा गुरु साक्षात परब्रह्म,तस्मै श्रीगुरुवे नमः
This Neeb Karori Baba Vrindavan Ashram is located in holy city of Vrindaban on the plains of Uttar Pradesh. The first temple was inaugurated in 1967. Maharaj-ji chose this place to leave His body in 1973.
Within this ashram is the Mahasamadhi Mandir of Maharaj ji. This is the site of Maharaj-ji's Mahasamadhi Bhandara in September.
Maharaj ji’s Vrindavan ashram and temple is situated on Baba Neem Karori Marg, Atalla Chungi Rd, Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh .
How to reach Vrindavan by Air
The nearest International Airport from Vrindavan is Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, about 144 Kms away and is roughly four hour drive from Vrindavan city. Frequent Flights to various national and international destinations such as Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Aurangabad, Bangalore, Bhopal, Chennai, and Coimbatore take off from here.
Nearest Airport : Agra Airport, Agra
How to reach Vrindavan by Rail
It has its own Railway Station named as Vrindavan Railway Station which is connected to almost all the major cities of Uttar Pradesh like Delhi, Jaipur, Nagpur, Pune and Bangalore.
How to reach Vrindavan by Road
There are many ways to reach Vrindavan road. Vrindavan is 11 Kms from Mathura, 57 Kms from Hathras, 70 Kms from Aligarh, 73 Kms from Agra, 139 Kms from Gurgaon and 144 Kms from New Delhi. Vrindavan is well connected with other states and cities like Rajasthan, Haryana, Ghaziabad, Lucknow and Uttaranchal through Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation (UPSRTC) and some private travel services.
Kainchi Dham ashram located in the Kumoan Hills in Uttarakand. This temple was inaugurated by Sri Maharaj ji on 15th June 1964. It is approximately 38 km from Nainital city. Many hundreds of devotees visit the temple every day. Each year, June 15th bhandara happens here in the honor of Sri Maharaj ji.
Devotees are permitted to stay at this ashram. A letter of introduction and prior arrangement with the ashram are a must if you wish to stay in this impeccable ashram. Most people stay in Naini Tal or Bhowali or outside the ashram and visit the temples during the day.
The Kainchi Dham ashram is located 18 km away in Bhowali area from Nainital city and is well connected by motorable roads. You can drive to the Kainchi Dham or hire a taxi cab to reach here.
Kathgodam is the nearest railway station for people traveling by train. Located 45 km away from the Kainchi Dham, one can hire a shared or private taxi from the railway station. There are also buses running between the two places.
For air travelers, Pantnagar airport is the nearest one, 76 km away. You can reach Kainchi Dham via NH 109 by hiring a taxi cab from the airport.
Kainchi Dham Temple welcomes its devotees during all times of the year. The summers here are a splendid one, making it a pleasant time for the visitors and devotees. The winters here are extremely beautiful as you get to experience the splendid beauty of snow-covered peaks,and the coziness this offers, in temperatures below 0 degrees.
Monsoon, however, can be a little tricky due to jammed roads and heavy downpour but offers the most mesmerizing look of this place with all colors coming out in their purest natural form after being washed by the rains.
Maharajji sat here in the village of Neeb Karori, in Uttar Pradesh, as a sadhu for approximately 20 years until 1938. The Hanuman ji’s murti of Neem Karoli Dham has been made by Maharajji with His own hands. Which you can see in picture. The ashram/cave area is less than half kilometer from Lakshmandas Puri railway station where Maharajji performed the very famous lila with the train. The best known of Maharajji's names as Neem Karoli Baba, Baba Nib Karori (Baba Neeb Karori) is derived from this place. It was a very remote place then and even now it is off the beaten path.
In January 1973, Babaji Maharaj travelled through South with Shri Siddhi Ma, Shri Jeewanti Ma and some other devotees. They had a plan to have darshan of Vaishnavi-devi at a certain place and left by car. Formerly, Baba's car used to lead but on that day he knowingly (the mystery of which was revealed later) let other cars go ahead and He Himself drove behind them. When they reached Veerapuram, at about 31 km from Madras, He suddenly said, "Oh! We have come far away, let's go back". It was an ordinary thing. Babaji walked round the place and the cars returned. The matter was over. Mukamchand built Maharajji's Samadhi temple at the place and Maharajji's vigrah was installed therein on 19 January 1984. Seeing the place where the temple of Kartikeya also exists, Shri Siddhi Ma remembered the 11 year old incident - how Maharajji Himself sanctified the place by viditing it and walking around it.
Hanuman Sethu Temple is famous as Lucknow Ashram among local people. This ashram was inaugurated on January 26, 1967 and is famed as one of the most visited temples in Lucknow city. The temple has 2 Neem Karoli Baba murtis, 2 Hanuman murtis, and 2 Shiva Linga installed in the main abode. The walls of the temple are engraved magnificently with Ram, Laxshman and Sita pictures along with Hanuman. Murals also depict the army of monkeys and bears building the bridge to Lanka. The main priest inside the temple premise said that-Hanuman Sethu Temple or Lucknow Sankat Mochan Hanuman-ji is "the Governor General of all Hanuman's." A Bhandara for the devotees always goes on by staffs and a special type of Bhandara, named- Mahasamadhi Bhandara also takes place every year. Lord Hanuman here is known as "the wish fulfilling Hanuman" from his devoted admirers and devotees.
Maharajji inaugurated this ashram in the summer shortly before His mahasamadhi in 1973. This ashram is the source of many photos and books about Maharajji. Maharajji's Delhi Ashram is about one half hour drive southwest of New Delhi to Mehrauli. Outside of Mehrauli you go to Jonapur on Mandi Road past the farms and the village about 2 km on the left. Morning and evening arati is performed. This ashram has Beautiful Gardens. Devotees are permitted to stay in this ashram. The ashram must be contacted far in advance and you must have a letter of introduction to stay in the ashram.
Maharaj Ji established the first statue of lord Hanuman in Bavania. Bavania is a village which is 40 km away from the town of Morvi, Gujarat. He spent his many years of penance at this place and got his siddhis.
These divine caves are at Neem karoli village, here Sri Maharaj ji did his Tapa for many years. Later a temple and ashram has been formed here in the name of Sri Maharaj ji.
This temple and ashram was started in the late '70s by Ram Dass one of Maharaj ji’s most famous Western devotee. The large flying white marble Hanuman is spectacular & comes from Jaipur, India. It was the first Hanuman Temple in the USA. Maharaj-ji's Taos Hanuman Temple is located at 7000-ft. elevation in the Sangre de Christo (Blood of Christ) Range of the Rocky Mountains. Taos is a small town noted as a "spiritual center". Thousands of Hindus from all over the world make pilgrimages to have the darshan of Sri Taos Hanuman-ji.
The Vrindavan ashram was founded by Sri Durgamayi Ma in 1998 and serves as refuge of spiritual practice for Maharajji’s Satsang in Germany. In 1971 Durgamayi Ma saw a picture of Sri Neem Karoli Baba in the book ‘Be Here Now’ by Ram Dass. Feeling a very strong longing, she and her spiritual companion Vishnu Digambar travelled to India, were found by Maharajji and became His devotees. Meeting Baba changed the course of their lives. The Ashram and temple is situated in Southern Germany in Ulm - halfway between the cities of Munich and Stuttgart.
The red house is situated at church lane in Prayagraj city of Uttar Pradesh. This house use to belong to Dada Mukherjee, a very great and dear devotee of Maharaj ji. Maharaj ji use to stay in this house a lot along with his westerns devotees. Once Maharaj ji said to Dada Mukherjee “ dad I will not leave this house ever”. Maharaj ji’s food print appeared here on the wall of house after he left his body. Devotees still can see the print of Maharaj ji’s feet. Ram Das the western devotee of Maharaj ji use to stay here in this house with Maharaj ji.
Akbarpur village is the birth place of Maharaj ji. This village is situated in Firozabad district of Uttar Pradesh. Maharajji lived here as a child and then also at a later time. In present time Maharaj jI’s house has been turned into a temple and ashram. Every year a bhandara happens here in the celebration of Sri Maharaj ji’s birthday.
Bhumiadhar Ashram is a very small ashram along with Sri Hanuman ji temple. The ashram is situated Kumaon Hills, near the Kainchi Ashram. This Ashram has been inaugurated by Sri Maharaj ji in 1967. Maharajji use to stay in this Ashram often. There are many stories and events which has happened here with Maharajji. The small ashram is located on the side of a steep hill with a beautiful view. This ashram offers no lodgings, but devotees can visit from Nanital or Kainchi Ashram as a day visit. This Ashram is 20 minutes drive away from Nanital and Kainchi dham as well.
This secret temple is hidden and not visible to everyone, as Maharaj ji said, Hanuman ji is sleeping here, so very few selective devotees will be able to have darshan of this temple on the call of Sri Hanuman ji only. There was an old Hanumanji murti (statue) buried in the ground at the spot where this Hanumanji temple is located. The murti was dug up and now sits in front of Hanumanji within the temple. The temple was Inaugurated on December 4, 1965, by Maharaj ji himself and funded by Jugal Kishor Birla, who had no children and left his fortune to various religious trusts. This temple is situated under a flyover of Mahatma Gandhi Marg near the Yamuna River of North New Delhi.
Hanuman Garhi Temple and ashram is situated on the top of a hill near Nainital city. Hanumanghari temple is about 2 km away from Nanital. The ashram was Inaugurated by Maharaj ji in 1951. In this ashram also Maharaj ji use to stay along with his westerners devotees.
Kakrighat ashram and temple is situated on the road to Almora from Nainital. Kakri ghat is 30 minutes drive away from Kainchi dham. Kakri ghat was tapa Bhumi of Sri Somvari baba before Maharaj ji made temple here. Sombari Baba MahaSamadhi Asthan & well preserved remains of this previous Lila place. Maharaj has lived at this place and did his Taya too. Even Swami vivekanand traveled to this place for meditation in 1890. Here only he experienced the oneness of the universe.
The Panki temple of Sri Hanuman ji was Inaugurated in January 1964 by Sri Maharaj ji. This is very small temple situated on the outskirts of Kanpur city, near Panki Railway Station. This is the place where Maharaj ji fed millions of people with very small food quantity. Every year a bhandara held here in the memory of Sri Maharaj ji.
The Rishikesh Ashram is situated 6 k.m from Ramjhula. The temple is located on national highway 58 in veerbhara area. This ashram was build after the Maha samadhi of Sri Maharaj ji in 1973. Siddhi Maa and JIvanti Maa played important role to make this ashram happen. After Shimla Ashram this is the only Ashram where Hanuman ji is standing in 42 ft. Height statue. There is beautiful library of spiritual knowledge books at this ashram.
This ashram is situated in Aligarh city of Uttar Pradesh. This is very big temple and ashram of Sri Maharaj ji Established in the year 2015 by devotees of Maharaj ji. This temple also has a very tall standing statue of Sri Hanuman ji. Every year a bhandara held here in the honor of Sri Maharaj ji.
This ashram is situated in Jabalpur city of Madhya Pradesh state of India. This is a big and peaceful ashram with lots of greenery. This temple is situated on Dadda ghat in Ghana.
The Shimla ashram, Sankatamocana Hanuman Temple is situated on NH-22. In Shimla city of Himachal pradesh of India. This temple was made by Lt. Governor, late Raja Bhadri and Shri Bhagvan Sahai. by the inspiration of Shri Siddhi Ma, the trustees build Babaji Maharaj's temple and installed his Murti therein on 10th April 1995. This is a beautiful ashram has high view of all the surrounding area.