Inaugurated in 1951, this is reportedly the first temple established by Maharajji.

This extensive ridge top temple has exquisite views on a clear day.

Hanumangarhi temple is about 2 km from Nanital. It's a nice walk if the skies are clear. If it's raining you can go by car.

Arati is performed daily, morning and evening. On certain days specific devotional practices such as Hanuman Chalisas are done.

Check at the temple for complete schedule.

Kainchi Ashram

Kainchi is a beautiful secluded mountain ashram located in the Kumoan Hills in Uttarakand. The first temple was inaugurated in June 1964. It is approximately 38 km from Nainital. Many hundreds of people visit the temples here every day, in season.

Each year, during the famous June 15th bhandara, reportedly, more than one lakh (100,000) people are fed. Beautiful Gardens.

Rules are strictly enforced and individuals staying at the ashram are required to participate in morning and evening arati. While the temples are open to everyone from 7am to 6pm in Winter, the ashram is closed for 4-5 months, because it becomes very cold.

Kakrighat Temple

Kakrighat is situated on the road to Almora from Nainital near about 20 km from Kainchi ashram. A river flows along its eastern boundary. Sombari Baba, Panjabi baba.

Sombari Baba MahaSamadhi Asthan; well preserved remains of this previous Lila place (Old Hut, Raj Asan, Lingam and Holy Trees).

Nowadays the place as an Ashram is under management of Shri Neem Karoli Baba's Kainchi Dham Ashram - Neem Karoli Baba lived and meditated at this place.

Panki Hanuman Temple in Kanpur

Inaugurated in January 1964, Panki Hanuman Temple is a very small temple on the outskirts of the city of Kanpur, near Panki Railway Station.

Within this temple resides the very wonderful and delightful Panki Hanuman-ji.

It was said that during the bhandara feast held at the inauguration of this temple Maharajji was capable of feeding the whole city of Kanpur (current pop. approx. 50-lakh (5 million)).

Lucknow Ashram - Hanuman Sethu Mandir

Inaugurated on January 26, 1967, this ashram includes 2 Neem Karoli Baba murtis, 2 Hanuman murtis, and 2 Shiva Linga.

This temple performs a major service in distributing Maharajji's prasad in Lucknow, and seems to be one of the most visited temples in the city.

The ashram is always decorated as for a bhandara, thanks to a devoted staff. Maharajji said that Lucknow Sankat Mochan Hanuman-ji (known as "the wish fulfilling Hanuman") is "the Governor General of all Hanuman's."

Wall murals depict: Ram and Sita, and Ram and Laxshman with Hanuman and the army of monkeys and bears building the bridge to Lanka.