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At Badrinath, Uttarakhand India

Swarna Swargashram is the name of Babaji’s Ashram. Gowrishankar Peetam is his sacred seat wherefrom all decisions to implement many schemes through the medium of his chosen disciples happen. In fact, as generally thought, Babaji never does any miracles; but miracles do just happen around him, and it could be in any part of the Universe.
On the early hours of Monday the 22nd September, 2008 Babaji took Dr. N Rajgopal to Swarna Swargashram by a flight made of a transparent mat. He tries to give an account of the details of Babaji’s Ashram as experienced by him. In all, it took Babaji not more than 10 – 15 minutes to pick-up and drop Dr. N Rajgopal from his stay.
The Swarna Swargashram is located at an altitude of over 16,000+ ft MSL. It is around 22 km away on an upward trekking from the temple town of Badrinath in the Himalayas. The Babaji’s Swarna Swargashram is situated near to a marvelous triangular shaped lake named Satopanth Lake. Amidst these austere barren landscapes at this high altitude, strewn with huge boulders, snow-capped peaks where patches of a type of plant called bhuj grows, the Swarna Swargashram is situated. People having sound health and supported with oxygen alone can reach and spend some time around here. One has to take the help of paid labour from Mana Village to accompany for help along the route for arranging tents, prepare food and security etc.,
When closer to a distance of a mile of Babaji’s Ashram , one will lose the way around and everything would look alike. This is to say that without the permission or concurrence [1] of Babaji no one can approach Babaji’s Swarna Swargashram . No voice, photo, video or radar signals could ever capture Babaji or Swarna Swargashram. Babaji’s Ashram has its own natural lighting and water sources and amenities needed for an Ashram.

Swarna Swargashram

The Swarna Swargashram has an invisible and undetectable entry and exit. It has beautiful interiors of the nature undisturbed by handwork of men of this age. Babaji’s Ashram at its entrance has small natural water falls to serve potable water to the inmates. The top is open to sky with partial closing and no rain water enters from the top. It is so self designed that all rain water goes into the falls. There are a couple of inmates in the first circle, including Mataji Nagalakshmi serving Babaji and guiding others. An entrance from here called Madhyama Dwara leads to an outer circle where over three hundred prominent spiritual Pontiffs, Gurus, Sadhus, Sanyasins, Saints, Acharyas and Heads of real masses of many ages, who left this world, are seen in the company of Babaji. There is a pond in this place with clear sky colour water. Around the pond, there are several natural caves. Many souls are in sitting and standing pose with closed eyes. There are a few animals, birds, reptiles etc.
There is another entrance from this outer circle called Maha Dwara which leads to a bigger place like a modern stadium. Here it was astonishing to see several souls of the past history who are housed in this part of Babaji’s Ashram . They include the best and the worst history makers’ from all walks of life. They may be numbering over 3000 souls who left this world.
Babaji travels around the Universe everyday from his Ashram by mere thought, and continues to guide his disciples. Many a time, it happens from celestial plane and on rare occasions astonishingly by his personal appearance anywhere, anytime. Where, when, why and how one will have the darshan of Babaji remains a mystery. Every day, certainly Babaji stays in the Swarna Swargashram during the Brahma muhurtha. After this he becomes invisible from here, probably to be with his disciples or to attend to their call.

We can infer that a self-realized soul has no purpose to fulfill in the discharge of his prescribed duties, nor has he any reason not to perform such work. Nor has he any need to depend on any other living being.

Note : [1] Babaji and the 18 Siddhas traditions by M Govindan