The Shri Sanjay Sai Seva Organisation, Brindavan Ashram is situated in Narephat, near Balkumari Bridge, Suryakot Dwaar, Koteshwar, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Every Mondays, Thursdays and Saturday there are darshans, bhajans and other activites in the Ashram. Besides this festival celebrations are also conducted on a grand scale every year. Baba often gives Divine Discourses that are nectarine and deeply meaningful.

The Ashram houses a Bhajan hall, Interview rooms, residential facilities, medical clinic, Gayatri Book Store and a women's wing. A sarva dharma stupa adorns the premises of the Ashram. Besides this there are statues of many Gods and Goddesses.

Aimed at spreading His compassionate message across the globe, Swami started His mission at the tender age of 14 years only.

In a short time, He founded the Shri Sanjay Sai Seva Organisation in Nepal. Among the numerous activities being undertaken under Swami's leadership is free school education through the Shri Sanjay Sai Vidya Mandir. Here, children are infused with values, and not merely bookish education as the end of education is character. Besides this the children are also taught vedic chanting as part of the vedoddhaara sankalpa of God. The school will be upgraded into a free university in the near future.

Water is life, it is said. The Shri Sanjay Sai Seva Organisation does the precious act of supplying free potable, drinking water in arid areas through water tanks installed by the organisation.

Free medical check-up camps and blood donation camps too are a regular feature at the Ashram and the critical help of free ambulance services to patients have also been provided. Free medical dispensary is availed by all. A super speciality hospital is one of the master plans in the near future.

Massive earthquake relief was offered to thousands in the devastating catastrophe that Nepal suffered in 2015.

Love all and serve all, He says and Baba leads by example as He has adopted many villages on the outskirts of Kathmandu, with the programme aimed at reducing malnutrition, poverty, upliftment of physical health through medical facilities and providing spiritual livelihood through value education. Baba's vision is to see the Ashram as a socio-educational, spiritual, cultural culmination.

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Getting there

The Ashram can be reached by:

  1. AIR: The International Airport at Kathmandu is about 3 Kms away from the Ashram. It is well connected with the major cities of India and the world. Except Indians all travellers need a visa.
  2. RAIL: One can also reach there by train from India upto Gorakhpur to Sunauli (Indian border) to Bhairawaha (Nepali Border) and then by road take a bus. The time taken to reach from the border to the Ashram is around 8 hours. Another gateway is Sitamadhi in Bihar and Kolkata. From Kolkata you need to take a bus to Raxaul and via Birgunj and reach Kathmandu. Another entry is from Janakpur near Sitamadhi in Bihar.
  3. ROAD: Bus services are available from India to Kathmandu. Estimated about 30 hours from New Delhi to Kathmandu.

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