Nirmal Dham

Last Abode of Shri Mataji’s sakaar swarup

Nirmal Dham is the final resting place in physical form of H. H. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of Sahaja Yoga, remains one of the holiest sites visited by Sahaja Yogies from all over the world. After Shri Mataji left for Her Cosmic Abode on 23rd February 2011, a temporary monument was built in 2012 to reminisce her formless presence through cosmic vibrations at Nirmal Dham, in Chawla village, near Dwarka sector 21, New Delhi NCR.

Sahaja Yogis visit the Holy Shrine (Sanctum Santorium) which is a white domed hall surrounded by glass walls so that one can have the darshan of Shri Mataji. Its the last abode where Shri Mataji’s sakaar swarup laid to rest. The rounded hall is surrounded by lush greenery across a seven and half acres plot with two meditation halls, a big hanger, rooms and dormitory for visiting Sahaja Yogies. The Sahaja Yogis of Delhi NCR visit this Holy place for regular weekly meditation and pujas.

There is a plan for building a temple (Sanctum Santorium) at Nirmal Dham. The available land of seven and half acres plot was acquired around year 2000 on which the future temple (Sanctum Santorium) is planned to be constructed. Since year 2012, nine designs were received from eminent architects from around the world for the consideration. Out of these designs, three designs were short listed and one among them will be finalised for construction of a world class marvel.

How to Reach Nirmal Dham:- Delhi is easily accessible by bus train and air. The nearest airport is the domestic and international airport around 5 kms from Nirmal Dham. One can hire a taxi frm the airport to reach Nirmal Dham. To reach by metro train, which connects ISBT, New Delhi Metro Station and Anand Vihar Metro station, one can get down at Sector 21 metro station and take an auto / Taxi from there for Nirmal Dham. Contact details of Nirmal Dham are mentioned below Telephone: +91 11 23456789 E Mail: delhinirmaldham@gmail.com

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