Nirmal Dham- Adishakti Peeth, Delhi
A preferred destination in India for thousands of sahaja yoga meditation practitioners all over the world is Delhi’s Nirmal Dham, in Chawla village, near Dwarka sector 21. The final resting place in physical form of her Holiness Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of Sahaja Yoga, remains as one of the holiest sites upon the earth. Shri Mataji left for her Cosmic Abode in February 2011. A temporary monument was built in 2012 to reminisce her formless presence through cosmic vibrations.
About Sahaja Yoga
Shree Mataji was known to have been concerned with the damage being done to society by ‘false gurus and because of this visited a meditation camp in Nargol that was presided over by Rajneesh (later known as Osho). She said that she “was shocked to see him loot people under the guise of spirituality and said that he was mesmerising people. The camp ran from 2 May to 5 May 1970, and Rajneesh led sessions in an early form of dynamic meditation, discoursed on kundalini and other matters, and answered a question about sahaja yoga.