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TEMPLES & SHRINES

Gurudev said, "a temple is that which gives an atmosphere for the human mind to quieten itself into the contemplation of the higher Reality".

 
  • Name of Deity: Lord Rama
  • Location: Lakshmanpur, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, India
  • Consecrated on: 6th April 1984
 
 

Chinmaya Ashram in Lakshmanpur, near Rewa was visualised by Pujya Swami Chinmayananda as a Pitamaha Sadan. It is meant for people over the age of 60 years.

Under Swamiji's instructions the Shri Rama Temple was built in the centre of the Pitamaha Sadan. Shri Kashi Shilpi of Mysore was commissioned to build the temple. The main idols are a replica of those installed at the Rama Mandir in Sidhbari. The Utsav murtis are also very similar to those at Sidhbari.

Pujya Gurdev gave the hanging lamps that illumine the main idols, along with detailed instructions as to their placements.

 

Contact:

Chinmaya Ashram
Lakshmanpur, Rewa
Madhya Pradesh 486 440
Ph: +91-7662-263 205 / 236 262 / 320 920
Email: swami.prashantanand@gmail.com
www.chinmayapitamaha.com

 
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