Akbarpur - Maharajji's Birthplace

Akbarpur is Neem Karoli Baba's birthplace. 

Maharajji was born in this village and lived here as a child and then also at a later time.

Akbarpur is a very small village in an agricultural area of the state of Uttar Pradesh, India.

There are no lodging or other facilities in Akbarpur or at the new temple. It's rarely visited by Westerners...

In January 2001, a three day Inauguration Ceremony was held dedicating 22 murtis at a temple in this village.

Ashram Brindavon (Europe)

This ashram, dedicated to Sri Neem Karoli Baba, is located in Southern Germany in Ulm - halfway between the cities of Munich and Stuttgart. It was founded by Sri Durgamayi Ma in 1998 and serves as refuge of spiritual practice for Maharajji’s Satsang in Germany, which has grown over the years.

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.

Bhumiadhar Ashram & Hanuman Mandir

Maharajji's Bhumiadhar Ashram is a small ashram located in the Kumaon Hills, near the Kainchi Ashram.

Hanumanji was inaugurated in 1967, and Maharajji frequently stayed there.

There are several stories about events that happened with Maharajji at this ashram.

Maharajji often stayed at this ashram while Westerners were staying at Kainchi.

Delhi Ashram

Delhi Ashram has many murtis, including the second biggest Annapoorna Mandir in India with a series of delightful bells to be rung as devotees climb the stairs up and also on the way down. Delhi Ashram is noted for its spirit of giving. This ashram has created a hospital and two schools. This ashram feeds schoolchildren every day. In January 2001, a large new goshala (dairy) was inaugurated here.

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.

North Delhi Hanuman Temple

This little temple is hidden beneath a flyover of Mahatma Gandhi Marg near the Yamuna River in North New Delhi.

Inaugurated on December 4, 1965, this temple is now almost 'secret'.

It is very difficult to find with a very obscure entrance in an unlikely place just north of the Ladakh Tibetan Market.

This temple along with the small ashram was built by Maharajji and funded by Jugal Kishor Birla, who had no children and left his fortune to various religious trusts.