Dharkundi Ashram of Manikpur Jalgana: Water flowing from the mountains due to rain, water coming directly into the premises
July 22nd 2022, 4:59 am
Chitrakoot district has been raining heavily since Thursday night. The rain has created a ruckus in the Paramahamsa Ashram Dharkundi, situated in the middle of the forests. The ashram is completely submerged. Water is visible everywhere. The water is coming out of the mountains and coming to the premises with strong current. The Dharkundi Ashram is flowing outside. Sadhu saints are constantly struggling to protect them from flow. The Ashram is completely entered inside the ashram with a strong stream coming from the submergence. In Dharkundi Ashram, rain water has put people in disarray. In the premises of this ashram built in the middle of the mountains, there are similar waterfalls and waterfalls, but the water flowed from the mountain has submerged the entire ashram. The water has spread throughout the ashram with strong current. At this time the entire ashram has turned into a pond. The route to visit the devotees has closed. The Mahant Sadhu of the ashram says that the same situation happens in every rain here. If it rains for one or two days, then the entire ashram is filled with water. The water coming out of the mountains comes and accumulates here. Ashramadhkundi Ashram is 15 km from Manikpur, a divine place is 15 km from Manikpur. In the mountain kandaras, there is a Paramahansa Ashram of Maharaja Sachchidanand ji amidst the Sadhana site, rare rock paintings, a stream of water flowing from the hills, deep trenches and the dense forest surrounded by all around. This ashram puts tourism and spirituality in one thread. Is. Valuable medicines and fossils are also found here. It is believed that in the Mahabharata period, the famous dialogue of Yudhishthira and Daksha took place in a pool here, which is called Aghmarshan Kund. This pool is about 100 meters below the ground floor. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website following following Follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.