It is a non-profit organization that doesn't profess allegiance to any religion. It respects and serves people from all walks of life, sects or creeds. It is a research ground where hidden secrets of spirituality are researched, applied and made available to the general masses under the able guidance of Mahayogi Swami Buddh Puri Ji.
Upcoming EventsSankranti of every month: Satsang at Kila Raipur Ashram near Ludhiana in Punjab, India.
Last Sunday of every month: Satsang at Malke Ashram near Moga in Punjab, India.
Nov 17-19 : Swami Ji visiting Indore (M.P.)
Nov 20-22 : Swami Ji visiting Dajod (GJ)
Nov 23 : Swami Ji visiting Swami Narayana Mandir in Vadtal (GJ)
Nov 24-25 : Swami Ji visiting Ahmedabad (GJ)
Nov 25-26 : Swami Ji visiting Vadodara (GJ)
Dec 27-31 & Jan 1-5: Children Camp in two groups at Malke Ashram.
Tripur Shiva Peetham – Meditation Temple
Enlightening Stories Archive
On the tree outside Sonu’s house, there was a nest. A sparrow had recently laid her eggs in it. One day a terrible storm came as a result of which […]
It happened in Ujjain Nagri. There lived a Brahmin by the name of Vasudev Sharma. He was a thorough gentleman and deeply religious. He had a son named Gunakar. It […]
Who would not be familiar with dharamputra Yudhishtar, the hero of Mahabharat. Seated on the high seat of ‘dharmadhikari’ in heaven, Yudhishtar happened to commit some mistake to atone and […]
In the battle of Mahabharta, the whole body of the great warrior Bhishma had been pierced with arrows. Not a single arrow had hit him on the back. Bhishma was […]
There is nothing amazing in attaining the heaven, leaving behind the material body, made of five elements. However, Yudhishthar attained that glorious state alongwith his physical form. Devraj Indra himself […]
Deeming yourself successful without passing through a test can, most often, be self deceiving. The tendency to fear testing times is a great hindrance in the path of progress. The […]
Yudhishthar is one of the most well known characters of Mahabharata, the great protagonist of Mahabharata. This Dharamadhikari (Administrator of piety) of the heavens is said to have descended into […]
Mansukh was quite famous – for the wrong reasons though. He was famous as the ‘Ill omened one’. It was believed that whoever saw his face, first thing in the […]
Maharishi Raikya ran a Gurukul, imparting education to scores of students who came to him in the quest of knowledge. However, his son Yavakirti was not very enthusiastic about receiving […]
It is an old story. The editor of a famous Kolkata based magazine went to Prayagaraj to take a holy dip in the Sangam. While bathing, he slipped accidentally and […]