Yatra-Baba Neem Karoli Kainchi Dham


                  SHRI KAINCHI DHAM ASHRAM:



  Kainchi Dham is located in Nainital, it is a pilgrimage center 17 km from Nainital at an altitude of 1400 MT above sea level.  This place is famous because of the ashram of  Shri Neem Karoli Baba Ji.  People visit the ashram here every day in all seasons.  Every year - during the Bhandare of June 15, there is a movement of about one lakh people.
  Founded in 1962 by the famous Maharaja Neem Karol
i Baba. The concept of this place came into existence in 1942 when Sri Purnanand of Kanchi village along with Maharaj Neem Karoli built an ashram here which was dedicated to Sombari Maharaj and the sage lover Baba  Later in 1962, his dream was realized and after government permission over this land, Maharaj Ji built a temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman.  Done and near this Kanchi Dham is an ashram made for devotees.  His devotees started coming from different places of the country and abroad, Bhandars, Kirtan, Bhajans started.  The idols of Hanumanji and others were consecrated in various years.  Thus, every year 15 June is celebrated as Nirman Divas, when a large number of devotees come to Kanchi and receive offerings.  The movement of devotees is so large that the district administration has to make special arrangements to regularize it.  Kanchi Dham has special significance in the life of every devotee.  Bhakta Ram Das and other Westerners spent a great time with Maharajji.  All devotees should visit this Dham at least once.

  There is also a cave near the temple where Baba Neem Karoli used to spend his time praying and it is considered a sacred area.

  Neem Karoli Maharaj's Teachings

  When the devotees remembered him, Maharajji ran to help and protect him.  This sequence continues till today. Maharaj ji constantly visits people and helps them as he left his body in Vrindaban in 1973.

  Construction Of Neem Karoli Maharaj Dham In Kanchi

  On the night of 10 September 1973, Babaji left his physical body.  His urn containing his ashes was already installed in Sri Kanchi Dham.  Then, the construction work of Baba's temple started in 1974 without any plan.  All his devotees helped in the construction.
 While the construction work was going on, the devotees also recited Hanuman Chalisa and the whole atmosphere resonated with the cheers of Baba Neem Karoli Maharaj.  For Babaji, workers also developed an equal sense of devotion, faith, reverence and love.  It was Babaji's leela that he impressed these workers with the qualities of Lord Vishwakarma and he was busy in construction work.
 Now on 15 June 1976 installed the idol of Maharajji.  Maharajji himself fixed June 15 as the Foundation Day of Kanchi Dham.
 Devotees installed the urn and hoisted the flag at the temple with the sound of urn, gharial, dhol and conch.  The atmosphere of Babaji Ki Jai's slogans was encouraging and everyone felt the physical presence of Babaji.  Then an idol of Babaji was installed with hymns and worship from the Vedas.  In this way, Babaji Maharaj as an idol sits in Sri Kanchi Dham.

 Story Of Steve Jobs

  Steve Jobs is the founder and CEO of Apple.  The success of Steve Job's Apple iPod, iPhone, iPad is well known in the world of technology.
  But as soon as Apple's bankruptcy turned Apple into the world's largest tech company.
 Steve Jobs actually recommended the Gates mantra, which he did when he was young, according to people who know SteveJobbs' life closely and has continued the effort until now.
 Born on February 24, 1955, heavily influenced by Indian spiritualism in the 70s, Steve Jobs visited India as a hippie in 1974 in what he calls a philosophical discovery.  Steve Jobs, who always had an inclination towards computers, attended after-school lectures at the Hewlett-Packard Company.  After graduating from high school in 1972, Jobs enrolled at Reed College in Portland, Oregon, but failed in the first semester.  They used to return bottles of coke for food money, and the local "Hare Krishna" did not refrain from receiving weekly free meals at the temple.
 Jobs returned to California in 1974 and took up the job of a technician at popular video game manufacturer Atari to save money, coming to India primarily in search of spiritual knowledge.
 In 1976, Jobs, along with his college friend Steve Woznick, founded Apple;  With whom he also attended after school Hewlett-Packard Company classes.  According to Steve, he was inspired to get Apple during his stay in India.  In India, Steve visited Baba Neem Karoli's ashram in Nainital, Uttarakhand state, and visited the Kanchi ashram and is believed to have found the vision to build Apple.

 Story Of Mark Zuckerberg

 The trust's secretary Vinod Joshi, who manages a small temple and ashram in Kanchi near Nainital, received a call from Larry Brilliant, an American physician and former director of Google.org.  "Larry said that some Marks are coming to the ashram for a day
 Joshi does not remember precisely because he had no idea who Mark Zuckerberg was.  But he remembers that Zuckerberg flew from Pantnagar, about 65 kilometers from Nainital, and then went to the ashram of Neeb Karori Baba, who died in 1973, but many high-profile charms continue to enchant Americans.
  Baba's halo dazzled last week when Zuckerberg mentioned to Narendra Modi during the Indian Prime Minister's visit to the US that he visited a temple in India in the early days of Facebook, on the advice of Apple founder Steve Jobs.  Jobs told me that I should visit this temple to reconnect what I believed to be the mission of the company, which he went to India early to develop thinking of wanting Apple.  His future vision, Zuckerberg told Modi at a town hall meeting at Facebook headquarters.

  Zuckerberg was supposed to spend only one day, but stayed for two days as Pantnagar was hit by a storm and flights could not go. After leaving, Zuckerberg set up Facebook.
 The ashram is surrounded by lofty cedar forests, short for a saint who has an elite class that includes Hollywood star Julia Roberts.  It has five pilgrimage sites, one of which is for his favorite Hanuman.  Many devotees of Baba believe that he was Lord Hanuman himself.
 On its verandah, there is a small wooden platform covered with deep woolly blankets with fresh flowers - Baba used to spend most of his day sitting on it.  There are pictures of Baba ever smiling all over the place or standing with his head bent with his palm half-lying.  He was always wearing a blanket.


                            JAI BABA NEEM KAROLI

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