As you enter Bhakti Dham and travel down the road, Bhakti Mandir appears before you like a mystical divine charm. While reminding future generations of the greatness of this divine place, it will also provide inspiration for devotion and divine knowledge for thousands of years to come.
The foundation stone of Bhakti Mandir was laid on October 26th, 1996, marking the beginning of construction of this all stone, hand-carved temple. Standing 108 feet tall and built with pink sandstone, white marble and black granite, Bhakti Mandir was inaugurated in a grand celebration in November 2005.
Upon entering the temple, the beautiful life sized Deities of Radha Krishna incorporates divine pleasure and attraction of Radha Krishna and forcibly attracts the mind. Delicately carved Dieties of the Ashta Mahasakhis (8 eternal and closest friends of Radha Rani), personally established by Shri Maharaj Ji encircle the main hall. Equally beautiful life sized Deities of Ram and Sita have been established on the first floor.
Bhakti Mandir is currently closed due to Covid-19 pandemic.
A special Temple is being built in Bhakti Dham, Mangarh, in dedication to Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj. More information will follow shortly.
A first of its kind - in the whole world - a special museum will be built to showcase the valuable and priceless knowledge that Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj has given to the world. It will also provide important details on His life and work. More information will be provided here soon.