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"The best service you can do is to keep your thoughts on God. Keep God in mind every minute." —Sri Neem Karori Baba (aka Sri Neeb Karori Baba) Sri Neem Karoli Baba Maharaj Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram I was in a boat with Maharajji and he told me to jump in the water. I was afraid and said, "Maharajji, I can't swim. I'll drown." Maharajji pointed to a high bridge and said, "If the right time has not come, you could jump from that bridge and not die." As he said that I felt great faith and jumped in, and it was only up to my waist. Sri Neeb Karori Baba Maharaj Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram “Through Maharaj-ji I came to perceive life in spiritual terms. In him I found new depths of compassion, love, wisdom, and power, and his actions stretched my understanding of the human possibility. I recognized in him an alliance of the human and the divine.” — Ram Dass, from Miracle of Love Sri Neem Karoli Baba Maharaj Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram What was it about the darshan that captured us? Was it the many levels and changes, or the moments of timelessness, or perhaps the intimacy and love? Or was it the talking and chiding and humor, or maybe the purity? Then, of course, perhaps it was the touching of the feet. Or was it all of them...Or none of them? Was the connection perhaps a subjective one, beyond our dualistic experiencing? Maharaji, who are you? Are you other than our very Selves? There is no answer. There is no question, really. There is just darshan, which is Grace. Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram Ram AUGUST FUNDRAISER "An Evening with Sharon Salzberg - A benefit for the Neem Karoli Baba Ashram" Wednesday, August 16th ~7:30pm OmTime Yoga Studio, 2035 Broadway in Boulder,CO ickets available through OmTime: http://www.Omtime.com Lovingkindness Meditation, The Universal Prayer Of The World Lovingkindness is a meditation that cultivates our natural capacity for an open and loving heart. It is traditionally offered with meditations that enrich compassion and joy in the happiness of others, and also deepen our own sense of peace. These practices lead to the development of concentration, connection, fearlessness, and genuine happiness. Sharon Salzberg will introduce these teachings and support us in our own experience and cultivation of these qualities through direct instruction and guided meditation using classical techniques in a modern idiom. There will also be opportunities for questions. This workshop is suitable for both new and experienced meditators. For more information, click here. Viewing this link requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Learn more about Hanuman. Find out about the new temple. VISIT OUR NEW PUJA DUKAN SHOPPING CART Your purchase at the Puja Dukan supports our ability to follow Maharaj-ji's main teaching — Love everyone, feed everyone, and remember God — as we keep his light shining through weekly kirtans, feedings of prasad, festival days, and maintaining his only American ashram and temple, here in Taos, NM. Miracle of Love was recently translated into Japanese. Visit the Japanese website. home neem karoli baba ashram festivals at taos ashram hanuman temple publications puja dukan & donations This site is maintained by Gangadhar.
Kannauj was a famous and important city in the second century is also attested to by its mention under the name of Kangora or Kanogiza by the geographer, Ptolemy (C.140 A.D.). The present district of Farrukhabad shared the fruits of the golden age of the Guptas and contributed much towards its peace and prosperity. Fa-hien, the Chinese pilgrim visited Kannauj between 399 and 414 A.D., during the reign of Chandragupta II. Fa-hien spent his retreat at the Dragon-Shrine and when it was over he travelled seven yojanas to the south-east, which brought him to Kannauj. Sankisa was one of the greatest Buddhist pilgrims centre at the time of Fa-hien's visit. Fa-hien remarks "This country is very productive and the people are flourishing and happy beyond compare. When man of other nations come, care is taken of all of them and they are provided with what they require". There was a renewed invasion of the Hunas with far greater success. After this, Harivarman appears to have been the founder of the Maukhari house of Kannauj. Harsha also advanced towards Kannauj. The Chinese pilgrim, Hiuen Tsang, visited Kannauj in 643 A.D.. There were 100 Buddhist Monasteries with more than 10000 priests. A religious assembly was also held here by Harsha. Hiuen Tsang mentions Kah-Pi-Ta (Kapitha, identified with Sankisa) as the other important place of the district. Archaeological museum of Kannauj have vast variety of clayey idols which proves that at ancient time Kannauj was famous for art and culture like Mathura, Kashi and Kaushambi. Right from Maurya age it was a fully developed locality. The clay models found here shows that it was a very progressive district of ancient time, even Historical Chinese visitor Hwenswang praised this district during his visit to India. As per types of these antiquity idols we can categorized them into following categories. a. Very Ancient Age b. Maurya Age (325 BC) c. Shudag Age (184 BC) d. Kushar Age (100 AD) e. Gupta Age (319 AD to 450 AD) f. Post Gupta Age (450 to 650 AD) g. Harsh Age Lakh Bahosi Bird Sanctuary : The nature has gifted Kannauj by a beautiful lakh Bahosi Bird sanctuary. In this sanctuary Bird watching can be done from month of November to March. In month of December January and February it shows its maximum potential. Because during this season one can see maximum type of Birds over here at the Bahosi lake of 3 sq.km.area. As per survey a total of 97 Bird families are available in India while Birds related with 49 families has been seen at lakh Bhosi bird sanctuary. The other fasmous places in kannauj are : a. Gauri Shankar Temple,Kannauj City. b. Annapurna Temple,Tirwa,Kannauj.
It is the Holy place, There is very famous temple of Neem Karori Baba. This place is tapasthali of Baba. really it is the temple of Hanuman ji. It is situated 28 km away from the district headquarter.
Bithoor is the Holy place. There is a Ashram of Sudhashu Ji Maharaj. Who is very famous. There is famous temple of Shiva. It is bank of Holy Ganga. Location: Just 22 Kilometers from Kanpur Ideal Time to Visit: Anytime round the year Attraction: Temples and Palace ruins How to Reach: Hire a cab or Auto from the hotel. Bithoor is an important religious and historical town that is situated 22 kilometers from the city of Kanpur. Bithoor that is situated on Kannauj Road is a tranquil spot, suffused with historical and religious significance. Situated on banks of Ganges, Bithoor' s glorious past is wrapped in legends and fables. According to Hindu mythology, Bithoor was chosen by lord Brahma, the Creator, as his abode after the destruction of the Universe. It was also here that the great saint Valmiki meditated and wrote the Ramayana. Also, it was here that the legendary child, Dhruva, meditated and received the blessing of Gods. Bithoor also is place where historical such as Rani Lakshmi Bai and Nana Saheb Peshwa, who played key role in the country's freedom's struggle, spent their childhood. The place not only offers a trip back into the annals of history, it is also a beautiful spot with lakes, gardens and boating facilities. The most important spot in Bithoor is Valmiki Ashram. There is a small pool inside Valmiki Ashram, famous as Sita-Kund. Sita 'Rasoi' is still preserved, near which stands `Swarga Naseinee' or Deep Malika Stambha, studded with niches all around for illumination. The tower has about 48 steps leading to its top that is surmounted by a cupola, from where one can heave a panoramic view of the entire area. In modern times, Bithoor fell into obscurity, only to regain prominence in the 18th century. During 1753-75 under the rule of Nawab Suja-ud-Daula, the administration of Bithoor was entrusted to Al Mast Ali Khan, who erected a mosque near Lakshman Ghat on the right bank of Ganga. Bithoor was the capital of the Pargana from 1811 to 819. After the departure of the courts, the place was assigned as a residence to Baji Rao, the deposed Peshwa. The Palace of Nana Sahib was reduced to rubble by the British in 1857 and the only traces remaining of it are some large wellheads and broken palace walls.
Kampil is the Historical place. It is situated 60 km away from the district. Shri Kampilaji Tirth Location: - The tirth kampila ji (kampilapur)village is situated 10 kilometers away from the nearest railway station kyamganj. This comes under the district Farrukabad. It is approachable from Shikoabad rail route connecting Kyamganj. From This place the Kampila ji is 8 kilometers away. There are literary references in Jain scriptures of temples, which existed even before 6th century B.C. in Mathura, Kampila and other places. Temple making appears to have its start from North India. Kampil, a small village that has been erased from the memory of the mankind, is actually a very important place from historical and mythological point of view. Two famous pilgrimage centers of Jains religion i.e. the Shwetambar Jains temple, dedicated to the 13th Teerthankar of the Jains & Digambar Jain temple are also situated in Kampil. Apart from these, there are many old temples, which prove the historical & religious importance of Kampil. This is a Holy Land where the four Kalyanakas - chayavan, birth, diksa and omniscience - of Tirthankar 1008 Bhagawan Vimalnath ji, the thirteenth Tirthnakara took place. The idol is nearly 60 centimeters in height and black – colored. This marvelous idol of Bhagawan Vimlanath is in the Padmasana Posture (a Digambar temple) and the other one in Swetambar temple the idol is 45 centimeters in height having white color of Bhagawan Vimalnath in the Padmasana posture. It’s believed that Draupadi, the daughter of Drupad, the king of Paanchaal, was born in Kampil. The sacrificial alter (Yagya kund) from which Draupadi is believed to have been born from the fire of knowledge, is situated in Kampil till date. Near the sacrificial alter, there’s a structure, which is the hermitage of a sage called Kampil, where he used to perform penance. Two famous pilgrimage centers of Jains religion i.e.,the Shwetambar Jain temple, dedicated to the 13th Teerthankar of the Jains & Digambar Jains temple are also situated in Kampil. Apart from these,there are many old temples, which prove the historical & religious importance of Kampil. The idols of this place belong to the Gupta Age. Trust: - 1. Shri Devrishi Jain, In charge Presedent, Phone: -05690-233868, Shri Yogendra kumar Jain Mradula, Phone 05690-231007, Manager Shri Hamir chand Jain, Phone-27123012 2. Shri Vimalnath Swami Jain Svetambar, Jinalaya Tirth/ Shri Kampilaji Digambar Jain kshtra committee. Kampil. Dist: Farukhabad, State: Uttar Pradesh, India. Phones: -05690-271230 Services: - Trains: - kyamganj railway station is on Central railway route. Buses: -UP roadways and private buses are available from all-important places such as Agra, Mathura, Kanpur etc. Air: - Lucknow and kanpur are the nearest available Airports. References: - for details about Maps of India or State, National highways & road network, Air Lines, railways, boarding and lodging etc check the index page Jain temples The Government has declared it to be a tourist place and the Government Guest House is also available here for stay apart from other facilities like bank, phone and post office etc .