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Spiritual Nepal the museum

One stop place to know all about the fascinating spiritual destinations of Nepal. The facts, the trivia, the history and the locations, everything a travelling spiritual enthusiast would want to know is compiled and displayed in this beautifully designed museum. Ask for a guided tour whenever you are at Shashwat Dham!

 

 

Leela the game of self knowledge

Leela -the Game of self Knowledge is an ancient Vedic board game, from where the modern snakes and ladders has been derived. This game was used by the seers of ancient time to aid their students seeking self knowledge. It is said that playing this game repeatedly makes one aware of subtle dimensions of one’s own existence. At Shashwat Dham we have this game created in life size, with guided rounds to explore your inner self!

 

 

Sahastra Saligram

1008 saligram silas energized with 1000 auspicious names of Lord Vishnu placed in a Kunda with constant abhishekam happening from all four directions. It is established in the Ishan Kona (north east) of the campus. Circumambulating sahastra saligram energizes one’s mind and spirit with great positivity.

 

 

Kamal Kund

With the first ray of rising sun, hundreds of lotuses blooming in this water body next to our Gurukul, gives a very heart warming sight. This place is ideal to spend mornings and evenings in a meditative mood.

 

 

Hanuman chhatra

Decades old Hanuman temple has been there as a seed of spirituality, witnessing the evolution of space and answering prayers of thousands of industry employees, while nurturing hands of divinity at work

 

 

GAUSHALA

“Gavo Visvasya matarah”, “matarah sarvabhutanam” cow is the mother of the universe, which provides all comforts to all living beings. The body of the cow is holy. It is stated in the Puranas that the body of the cow is the shrine of all the Gods and Goddesses. There is nothing impure in the cow. Reinstilling the same values amongst our students and visitors, we practice and encourage Gopalan and Goseva at Shashwat Dham.

 

 

Dharma Kshetra

With Krishna arjun rath in the center, Dharma Kshetra is symbolic of standing up for protection of dharma, reinstating “dharmo rakshati rakshitah” – dharma protects those who stand for it.

 

 

Kailasa

The residential block has capacity to accommodate 43 residential participants of weekly and monthly programs conducted at Sri Sri center for meditation and Yogic sciences, with option of 5 sharing (comfort) and 8 – 10 sharing (regular) accommodation.

 

 

Dasa Dvara

Beautifully carved 10 doors and the lotus shaped pot in the center filled with water, metaphorically represent the 9 doors of human body (2 eyes, 2 nostrils, 2 ears, mouth, Genital and anus) with 10th door being the third eye center and an inverted lotus filled with nectar as sahasrara chakra right in the center top of this mind body complex.

 

 

Dhunge dhara

Since ancient times in Nepal, constructing a dhunge dhara (stone carved taps) with pokhari (water reservoir) has been considered an act of great merits. Kings and top merchants of those times used to construct these.

Our dhunge dhara with 7 Go mukhs (cow faced taps) along with a beautifully crafted water pool, takes us back in those times and gives a glimpse of rich cultural heritage of Nepal.

Organic farm acres of organic farm spread behind Gurukul, inside our campus, is the source of all fresh green vegetables we cook in our kitchen. Going organic not only gives us the right nourishment, but also helps mother earth go more fertile and healthy.

 

 

ORGANIC FARM

Acres of organic farm spread behind Gurukul, inside our campus, is the source of all fresh green vegetables we cook in our kitchen. Going organic not only gives us the right nourishment, but also helps mother earth go more fertile and healthy.