Neem karoli baba ashram rishikesh

History of Rishikesh Ashram

Neem Karoli Baba Ashram Rishikesh, located just south of Rishikesh on the west side of the road, is home to one of the two Hanuman murtis. This Hanuman rises forty feet above passing motorists, allowing everyone who enters Rishikesh from Haridwar to see Sri Hanuman-ji.

Arati practise in the mornings and evenings. Beautiful Gardens. Westerners are not authorised to remain at this little ashram with big temples, located about 7 kilometres south of Rishikesh.

This ashram now houses a stunning new library of spiritual knowledge. Vidhu Bhushan Pant-ji is the head librarian.

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Daily Schedule At Ashram

Arati occurs in the morning and evening.

Annual Events At Ashram

  • 1. The combined bhandara of Jeewanti Ma and Siddhi Ma on December 27
  • 2. Hanuman Jayant every year in April

Weekly Events

  • 1. Sudarkand in the Hanuman Temple on Tuesdays at 4 p.m.
  • The chamber beneath the Giant Hanuman is home to Hanuman Chalisa. It starts Tuesday morning and ends Wednesday morning.
  • On Saturdays, Maharajji’s Temple hosts Bajrang Baan. It starts in the morning and ends at night.

Other than this, if you are planning to visit Rishikesh and Neem Karori Ashram, you must also visit the top 5 famous temples in Rishikesh.

top 5 famous temples and sites in Rishikesh

Neelkanth Mahadev Temple

One of the most beautiful temple in Rishikesh valley Neelkanth Mahadev Temple, Located in the heart of the Garhwal Himalayas Rishikesh. This temple is around 30 km from Neem Karoli Baba Ashram Rishikesh, it holds the legend of Lord Shiva consuming the poison that arose from the cosmic churning.

Here, devotees venerate Lord Mahadeva as Neelkanth (the Blue-Throated One, happened because of poison) for this courageous deed. The temple embodies steadfast faith in the divine and the transformative power of spirituality. Thousands of devotees visit this beautiful temple on the daily basis.

The beautiful temple’s secluded placement among thick forests around it, as well as the challenging trek required to access it, allow devotees to commune with both nature and the divine at once. From our side it is a strong recommendation to visit this one of the beautiful temple laying in Himalayas.

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Lord Virbhadra Temple

One of the beautiful temple is Virbhadra Temple, which is located alongside the Goddess Ma Ganges, worships Lord Virbhadra, an divine incarnation of Lord Shiva, in accordance with the Shaiva tradition. This beautiful temple is around 5 km from Neem Karoli Baba Ashram Rishikesh.

The serene environment and unique and beautiful architecture of the temple foster a setting ideal for spiritual reflection and devotion. This temple has the divine energy of Lord Shiva.

Virbhadra Temple serves as a peaceful sanctuary for meditation and prayer, daily thousands of devotees come to experience the divine energy of this temple, immersing visitors in a tranquil atmosphere that encourages profound spiritual contemplation.

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The Beatles Ashram: Tracing the Steps of the Beatles

The Beatles Ashram around 5 km from Neem Karoli Baba Ashram, previously named after Baba Maharishi Mahesh Yogi Ashram, this is one of the most famous site in Rishikesh. It became globally famous when the legendary band of America and the world visited in the 1960s to study transcendental meditation. Today, it stands as a symbol of Rishikesh’s enduring link with spirituality and modern culture. Tourists and devotees can explore the deserted ashram of Rishikesh, it is now decorated with lively graffiti and street arts on the walls of the ashram, and participate in meditation and yoga sessions led by local instructors and experienced Saints and Gurus. Visitors must visit this Ashram in Rishikesh.

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Triveni Ghat

The divine Triveni Ghat which is around 3 km from Neem Karoli Baba Ashram, one of Rishikesh’s most renowned and beautiful sites with profound significance in Hinduism, Triveni Ghat intertwines with Historical tales from the Mahabharata and the Ramayana. It has long been revered for the devotees who gather at this sacred junction to conduct rituals and cleanse themselves in the purifying waters of the Goddess Ganges River.

Adorned with intricate carvings, sculptures, and statues, the ghat becomes particularly enchanting in the morning and evening. Here, worshippers and devotees of Goddess Ganges light diyas and offer prayers during the daily Aarti ceremony along the Ganga’s banks, creating a divine captivating atmosphere with the chants of spiritual mantras. Triveni Ghat features a marketplace where thousands of tourists can walk through it and purchase various religious souvenirs and handicrafts crafted by local artisans of the city. Devotees of Baba Neeb Karori can also visit these beautiful and religious sites of the city Rishikesh.

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Kunjapuri Devi Temple

One of the most divine and historical Kunjapuri Devi Temple, situated on Kunjapuri Hill near Rishikesh, around 35 km from Neem karoli baba ashram rishikesh. Honors Goddess Maa Parvathi and holds a significant place among Uttarakhand’s fifty-two Shaktipeeths. Both local devotees and tourists visit this revered site.

The temple provides breathtaking and beautiful views of the Shivalik Ranges, Bandarpunch Peak, and Chaukhamba Peak. It serves as a venue to explore one of the oldest Hindu religion and the oldest culture of human civilization, particularly vibrant during Dussehra and Navratri, when the temple and its surroundings glow with illuminated decorations for festive celebrations. Thousands of devotees of Goddess Parvati and Lord Shiva visit this beautiful Shakti Peeth monthly. My strong recommendations for the devotees who want to feel the divine energy, to visit this beautiful temple.

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