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Amidst the splendor of beauty and the fragrances of flowers, stands Kalimpong at an altitude at 4500ft. It's the River relli, Which meanders down the valley of the lush green hills,and the glimpses of snow capped Himalayan Ranges to the north that enhances the ecchantment of the place, attracting thousands of tourists with seasons as no bar. Life obviously becomes varied and colourful because the inhabitants comprise of various ethnic groups, who have learnt to live in peace and in harmony.

In year 1940, our beloved Guruji Shir Mangaldasji Maharaj arrived at Kalimpong. Little had he realized that this place would create a profound impact in him mind. The impact was so deep that he decided to select this place for unfolding his cherished dreams. Dreams so divine to serve the people by way of constructing schools, orphanages and temples. He was a soul so dedicated to the cause of the innocent and needy.

A lavish tribute would still fall short to a soul so divine. Nevertheless "Mangal Dham" is a memorial built in his divine memory. Sprawling over an area of two acres,"Mangal Dham" is considered to be one of the most splended temples in india. It is the ground floor of the Dham, where lies the "Samadhi" of our revered Guruji. The prayer hall is on the top floor, where we find the idol of Raj Shyamji, flanked on either side by the Revered Prannathji and shri Guru Mangaldasji. Both the sides of the prayer hall has a vivid picturesque story of Nijanandacharya shri Devchandraji meeting Lord krishna. Revered Prannathji blessing the brave Bundela Chhatrasal Maharaj ans other scenes from krishna Leela.


Nijanandacharya shri Devchandra Maharaj (1581-1655) was the founder of Shri Krishna Pranami Dharma. He was born to Matu Mehta and his wife Kunwarbai at Umarkot, Sindh. At an early age, he abandoned home, to go in search of the Lord. He reached Bhuj and Jamnagar where he started the listening Bhawat for 14 years. The Lord Krishna appeared before him and gave Tartam Mantra. Shri Devchandra started to spread the message of paramdham to the prople at large built Navtanpuri Dham, a pilgrim centre of pranami Dharma.

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