The Ashram of
Mahasiddha Baba Sri Chand

“After my disappearance I will remain in samadhi for 300 years then through my Radiant Body  Rekindle my Sacred Fires through my Devotees and Reawaken Dharma through them...”

- Dharma of Mahasiddha Baba Sri Chand

Sponsor a Tree at the Himalayan Ashram

Trees are the original Sages of the Forest

These majestic beings were worshiped in ancient times as the teachers and guardians of esoteric wisdom. These majestic portals have access  to the three realms – lower, middle and upper. Their roots in the underworld. Their trunks in the middle realm and their canopy in the upper celestial realm.

Tree beings exist in all dimensions. Their aura’s draw conscious souls nearby to sit under their branches. These ancient masters provided shelter to beings as they transcended duality.

All enlightened teachers receive their channel through the trees. When Siddhartha sat under the Bhodi tree, it was the tree that provided the shelter and the wisdom transmission as Siddhartha shed all perceptions and embodied universal consciousness.  

After Guru Nanak emerged from the river in the enlightened state of Ek Ong Kar, it was a tree under which he sat to impart his teachings to.

Trees are the spiritual banks in which masters deposit their energy which can be accessed even after they have left their physical bodies.  

In the yogic teachings they hold earth and sky treasures waiting for seekers to come and receive.

In the recent months the universe has bestowed upon us a sacred portal in the foothills of the mighty Himalayas, where baba sri chand the Mahasiddha sat for an year and still prevails in his radiant body in the sacred forest surrounding the space.

Baba sri chand calls upon his devoted disciples to reawaken the sages of the forest, by sponsoring a tree sage in the Ashram.

My friends this is an opportunity to earn great merits and receive blessings of baba sri chand by sponsoring a tree sage that would benefit the entire humanity

Join us in planting a tree sage at the Ashram in the foothills of the Himalayas.

Phyllanthus emblica, also known as emblic, Indian gooseberry, Malacca tree, or amla, from the Sanskrit आमलकी, is a deciduous tree of the family Phyllanthaceae. Its native range is tropical and southern Asia

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Withania somnifera, known commonly as ashwagandha or winter cherry, is an evergreen shrub in the Solanaceae or nightshade family that grows in India, the Middle East, and parts of Africa.

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Neem - Margosa

Azadirachta indica, commonly known as margosa, neem, nimtree or Indian lilac, is a tree in the mahogany family Meliaceae. It is one of two species in the genus Azadirachta.

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Bodhi tree, also called Bo tree, according to Buddhist tradition, the specific sacred fig (Ficus religiosa) under which the Buddha sat when he attained Enlightenment (Bodhi) at Bodh Gaya in Bihar, India.

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Ocimum tenuiflorum, commonly known as holy basil, tulsi or tulasi, and tamole, damole, or domole in Fiji, is an aromatic perennial plant in the family Lamiaceae.

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A banyan, also spelled "banian", is a fig that develops accessory trunks from adventitious prop roots, allowing the tree to spread outwards indefinitely.

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Sponsor Bricks to Build The Ashram

Infuse every Brick with gratitude and offer it to Dharma.

A portal of dharma, the sacred space of the ashram in which dharma becomes a living experience is the body of the awakened one.

Every brick that you will contribute with your infused gratitude becomes a cell in the body of the awakened one and gives the dimensionless reality a manifestation in the of realm time and space.
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