Tour of Sewashram

Krishnaguru Sewashram was established by Krishnaguru Ishwar, near Suvarnakur in village Nasatra, Barpeta district, in the State of Assam, North East India in 1974. The Ashram is surrounded by large expanses of greenery all around and the whole complex emits an aura of peace, tranquility and serenity.

As early as 1964, Krishnaguru Ishwar, in the midst of his most strenuous meditation phase, had predicted  that the Ashram boundaries would get extended beyond visible horizon. A true prophecy indeed – the Ashram Complex now extends over more than 350 acres and it had initially possessed. Similarly,  within this short span of time, we can also see the propagation and influence of Ek Naam and the Divine power of  Paramguru Krishnaguru Prabhu all over the world – with His disciples and devotees located not only all over India but  also worldwide, as far off as the United States of America.

Some of the Crown Jewels of the Ashram are a huge Prayer Hall which can accommodate 10,000 devotees for prayer  and meditation, Krishna Dham, Baikuntha Dham, Bhaj Ghar, Saran Griha, Moth, Alakaganga, Subankur, Golok Dham – all  places for chanting, meditation and religious congregation in addition to a 100 feet high unique symbol named Dharma Dhwaja.

There are also quite a few ponds and mini lakes within the complex, as well as a fruit garden and an interesting enclosure for peacocks, deer, etc .

Krishnaguru Vidyajyoti and Krishnaguru Mahavidyalaya, residential school and college of Krishnaguru Foundation are also situated inside the complex along with a hostel for the students and Teachers living quarters .

The private residential Quarters of Parameshwar Krishnaguru is located within the Ashram complex .


Suvarnakurh, the eternal spring of holy water, created when Manohardev parted with a golden ring in the crab hole, is situated on the eastern most side of Krishnaguru Sewashram. The water body from the Kurh flows down southward and takes the name of Kumarikata river. Although fishes are plenty in the river, fishing is prohibited in the ashram area.


    This Sadhana Math (insert English Meaning), is situated on the bank of Suvarnakurh, full of trees and shrubs, giving the impression of an island. Earlier, the area where Sadhana Math is now situated, was frequented by ferocious tigers and poisonous snakes.

      3. REST HOUSE

      One small but beautiful cottage is situated on the northern side of the Sadhana Math. It is known as ‘PRABHU’s JIRANI GHAR’ where Prabhu sometimes come to write books  of profound wisdom.

        4. GURU MATH

        Beautiful Guru Math is adjacent to Sadhana Math and there are stairs on the western side of the Math (Dham). The visitors can climb up the stairs to have the ‘Darshan’ of Paramguru Krishnaguru Ishwar. There are stairs to climb down from the floor of the Guru Math to Sadhana Math and Suvarnakurh. Every devotee gets immense pleasure when he/she sits on the staircase made of marble and meditates on Krishnaguru.

          5. NAM JAP ASANA

          24 seats (This 24 seats are based on 24 tattwa of human body) made of marbles are found just below Gurudham on the northern side. For special reasons or on certain occasions, bhaktas (devotees) as per Guru Vakya (Guru’s directive), sit here and perform ‘NAMJAP’.

            6. GUHA MATH

            Guha Math is on the southern side of Gurudham. This math has been constructed with special technique  to resemble big rocks engraved on the guha (cave). Visitors and bhaktas alike get divine pleasure while sitting inside this math.

              7. SUVARNAKURSAKO

              Suvarnakur, which looks like an island, is connected with the main ashram area with a decorated bridge. Sometimes, Paramguru Krishnaguru Ishwar sits on this bridge for discussing religious matters with bhaktas and other like-minded people.

                8. GOLOK DHAM

                Golok Dham is situated on the northern side of Suvarnakur Sako and on the bank of a big pond. There are round staircases to climb up the Golok Dham, Visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Suvarnakur climbing the staircases.


                  9. LARGEST KIRTANGHAR

                  World’s largest Kirtanghar is situated 200 meters away from Suvarnakur and on its north western side; 10 thousand bhaktas can sit and perform EKNAM KIRTAN at a time. Made entirely of white marbles, the beauty of this unique Kirtan Ghar is really breathtaking. There is not even a faint suggestion of any idol in this gigantic kirtanghar. Akhanda Kirtan or Namjap at other times as per Guruvakya can be performed at ‘Bhajghar’ situated on the eastern side of the Kirtan Ghar. Root of a ‘SAURA’ tree is found in the middle of ‘Bhajghar” and next to it is GURU ASANA. Before any construction work took place at Ashram, Paramguru Krishnaguru Ishwar would put in writing philosophical discourses sitting under the SAURA tree.

                    10. MANIKUT

                    Paramguru Krishnaguru Prabhu’s ‘Manikut’ (a small house attached to a Kirtanghar on its eastern or northern side) is on the eastern side of BHAJGHAR. Paramguru Krishnaguru Ishwar would come early in the morning and also in the evening to this ‘Manikut’ and meditate for the well being of mankind and the bhaktas and other virtuous people.

                      11. KRISHNADHAM

                      On the northern side of ‘Manikut’ is beautifully constructed Krishnadham. Paramguru Krishnaguru Ishwar constructed a beautiful Krishnadham with thatch and bamboo way back in 1987 when month long Krishnaguru Eknam Akhanda kirtan was held. Bhaktas and visitors highly appreciated the way the Krishnadham was constructed. Based on this same model, RCC construction of Krishnadham was completed with mosaic floor. Seven round stair cases and Nine round pillars of Krishnadham add to its beauty. Paramguru Krishnaguru Ishwar at the time of Krishnaguru Eknam Akhanda Kirtan, meets the bhaktas in an orderly manner. From time to time, Krishnaguru Prabhu Ishwar performs Eknam surrounded by the bhaktas. The situation, thus created is very much like MAHARAS, when the union of soul with the supreme soul takes place.The Krishnadham is the symbol of Krishnaguru Prakashan and in every publication of Krishnaguru Prakashan, this symbol finds a place in the cover page.

                        12. 308 FEET MATH

                        308 feet MATH is situated on the western side of the huge Kirtanghar. These 308 feet MATH will become one of the wonders of the world. One bridge having a bend like a bow connects this 308 feet Math to Batchara.

                          13. BAT CHORA (GATE HOUSE)

                          Batchora is adjacent to 308 feet Math where visitors coming to ashram can rest for a while.

                            14. DHARMA DHWAJA

                            Dharma Dhwaja flag keeps flying all the time on an iron pillar of 108 feet height which is situated on the western side of ‘Batchora’ and just in front of the entrance door of Kirtanghar. According to Dharma tatva, Dharma Dhwaja is the prerogative of that religious institution where people from all faiths assemble. Dharma Dhwaja in Krishnaguru Sevashram has been flying all the time signifying that people from all walks of life and faith come and meet one another in Ashram without any prejudice and discrimination.

                              15- SILA TORAN

                              A decorated gateway has been constructed towards western side of Dharma Dhwaja and on the western border of Kirtanghar premises. One can go to the entrance of Krirtanghar through this gate.

                                16. PADUM MATH

                                On the western side of Sila Toran is a big tank. This tank is known as Alakananda. A lotus beautiful math is situated just in the middle of the tank. This Padum Math has enhanced the beauty of Alakananda.

                                  17. VAIKUNTHA DHAM 

                                  Vaikuntha Dham is situated on the southern bank of Alakananda. One can climb the circular staircases to reach the floor of multistoried Vaikuntha Dham. From the top floor of Vaikuntha Dham, one can have a unique view of the entire ashram.

                                    18. JIVA KALYAN

                                    Paramguru Krishnaguru Ishwar is pushing ahead Krishnaguru dharma by giving utmost importance to the welfare of all living beings (Jiva Kalyan). With this in view, Paramguru Krishnaguru Ishwar has given initiation to those bhaktas who are willing to develop divine qualities like compassion, kindness, simplicity, non-violence, tolerance, benevolence. Gurudeva has advised such bhaktas to acquire spiritual knowledge and develop such faculties. According to his philosophy, the souls of all living beings are equal. None should be looked down on based on religion, caste, creed or  communities. Else, this would amount to disrespect  towards God. Similarly, Gurudeva has given initiation to animal world, like, bullock, deer, elephant and snakes, etc. The aim of Paramguru Krishnaguru is to save all beings and all should be cautious accordingly. According to his philosophy,”Even trees and plants have feelings and sensations. He has attached great importance to tree plantation. Accordingly, several lakhs of coconut trees have been planted throughout Assam. Now these trees are laden with fruits.


                                      19. CHARANAMRIT MATH

                                      There is a well on the south east corner of Kirtan ghar at Krishnaguru Sewashram. A math has been constructed over this 500 year old well and this math is now known as, Krishnaguru Charanamrit Math. This Charanamrit (water) when taken with devotion can cure the bhaktas of various diseases.

                                        20. CHARAN SIHNA MATH

                                        This beautiful math constructed on the eastern side of the Manikut is known as Charan Sihna Math. Charan Sihna {foot print) of Paramguru Krishnaguru Ishwar has been engraved here. If one offers sewa with utmost devotion at this math, all desires are fulfilled. This math is the centre of attraction of lakhs of bhaktas coming from different places in the country and also from abroad.

                                          21. ANCIENT THATCH HOUSE 

                                          Krishnaguru Prabhu Ishwar used to take rest in this thatch house when the ashram area was surrounded by thick jungle. Bhaktas offer their Sewa here and the white flowers blooming all around the house gives it a beautiful look. This thatch house is adjacent to Manikut on the southern side.