North Campus of Kriyayoga Research Institute

Entrance To Kriyayoga Research Institute

The Meditation Block

The Rotunda at the front entrance of
Kriyayoga Research Institute

The Kitchen and Dining Block which will be further expanded to include a Hostel wing

One of The Residential Blocks of practitioners. There are seven rooms in this block and it can accomodate up to fifteen people.

The three-storey Guest House with capacity to accomodate approximately 200 people

A Part View of The Meditation Hall

Part View of The Kitchen area

Small Computer Office at
Kriyayoga Research Institute

The Entrance Gate to The Banyan Tree Plot

View of The Banyan Tree From
Entrance Gate to the Banyan Plot

Board at The Banyan Tree where Mahavatar Babaji met Sri Yukteshwar Giri in 1894 and predicted the future spread of Kriyayoga by Paramhansa Yogananda

View of The Banyan Tree from the side of The Great Trunk Road (Highway)

The Inauguration Stone at The Banyan Tree

The Blessed Banyan Tree where Mahavatar Babaji Sri Yukteshwarji during The Kumbha Mela in 1894 and predicted about the future spread of Kriyayoga

Under The Blessed Banyan Tree

The View Looking Out From The Banyan Tree Towards The Present Main Campus of Kriyayoga Research Institute

View of The Kriyayoga Temple with in-built structures of the Chakras - Mooladhar, Swadhishthaan, Manipur, Anahaat, Vishudhi, Agya and Sahastraar

More Residential Rooms to house approximately twenty to thirty practitioners. Attachend on the left side is the Cow shed.

The Banyan Bungalows for families with side roads that will be developed for vehicle accessibility

Kriyayoga Temple at Dawn

Open Hall and Vegetation Land by The Ganges. This area is for the development of a Meditation Hall to accomodate over twenty thousand people

Ashram Grounds - The Land surrounding The Mosque that is presently vacant and being used for vegetation

One of the few Kriyayoga Residential Houses wih vacant land in the front that is presently being used to grow some of the vegetables for ashram meals

Residential House 3 that can accomodate approximately ten people.

A View of a part of the Vegetation Land