Bhakti Mandir, Mangarh

In a large open area behind the house of Kripaluji Maharaj, an impressive structure called the Bhakti Dam is under construction on the exact birth site of Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj, so it is also called the janmsthan smarak.

Presently under construction in Bhakti Dam in Mangarh, the Bhakti Mandir is envisioned as a world-class monument fit for the ages. When finished, it will welcome worshippers from across the globe for devotion, spiritual guidance, and inspiration. Featuring an expansive, two-story design, the temple of Bhakti Mandir will be unique in myriad ways.

Every column and beam will be crafted from granite of the highest quality. The colorfully lighted Central dome will feature intricately carved white Makrana marble of most rare brilliance. The roof of the adjoining wings will be entirely of pink granite, adorned with golden engravings. Walls will feature exquisite inlay patterns of semiprecious stones.

For the enjoyment of devotees, and also for scholars doing Ph.D. or research work on the philosophy of prasthan trayi, the walls will also feature every couplet of Bhakti Shatak inlaid in blue stone to be enjoyed by

On each side of Bhakti Mandir, there are seven rooms. A realistic diorama will portray the life history of Shree Chaitanya Mahaprabhuji and Shree Maharajji.

One paticularly special feature of Bhakti Dham will be first full representation in all of India of the deities of the eight personal aides (Asht Mahasakhi) of Shree Raseshwari Radha Rani in accordance with Divine designation.

This devotional feature promises to enrich the temple experience of all devotees and to fully enfold them in the bhakti of Radha Krishn during visiting Bhakti Dham.