Eknath Bhavan

Eknath Bhavan

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The Annakshetra

Annakshetra - Shrinathji Ki Rasoi, is our compassionate initiative that aims to alleviate hunger and nourish those in need. The Annakshetra will have a dining hall and a kitchen with state-of-the-art equipments. Every day we aim to provide meals to 400 Swamins, Brahmacharins, scholars and guests absolutely free of cost.
We will provide nutritious meals to individuals from all walks of life, regardless of their socio-economic background. Our sole purpose of serving humanity and promoting the value of food security.
By o¬ffering wholesome meals in a dignified setting, annakshetras address the immediate need for sustenance and foster a sense of inclusivity, empathy, and solidarity within the community. This will be a testament to the belief that no one should go to bed hungry, and through their selfless eff¬orts, they contribute to building a more compassionate and equitable society.
Along with Annakshetra, we plan to build development of various infrastructural facilities, including accommodation for Swamins, Brahmacharins, scholars and guests, conference rooms, auditorium and more.

The Temple

The Temple Devnath Maharaj, this was the Vitthal mandir where he gave the last discourse and saw lord Vitthal. Devnath Maharaj was great saint from Vidharbha, in Maharashtra India. It was here in Vitthal Mandir at Kashi, where Eknath Maharaj wrote Eknathi bhagwat. We propose to renovate and restore this temple to its past glory. The temple complex will be built as an exact replica of Pandharpur Temple. Pandharpur is a major pilgrimage site for Hindus located in the town of Pandharpur, Maharashtra, India. The main temple, also known as the Vitthal-Rukmini temple, is dedicated to the deity Vitthal, a form of Lord Vishnu, and Rukmini. The temple complex covers an area of approximately ten thousand square feet and includes several other smaller temples and its located near River Ganga. The complex will feature beautiful architecture, with intricate carvings and sculptures adorning the walls and pillars.
The temple is especially popular among devotees during the festival of Ashadi Ekadashi, which falls in the month of June or July each year, when millions of pilgrims gather to o¬ffer their prayers and seek blessings from Lord Vitthal. This is almost 400 years old structure, owned by the Potnis family from Pune. We are writing to you today on behalf of our community to request your support in building a new temple. Our community has been growing rapidly, and we are in need of a dedicated space to come together for prayer, meditation, and celebration.
As you may know, building a temple is a significant undertaking, and we cannot do it alone. We are seeking sponsors like you who share our vision of creating a sacred space for our community. Your generous contribution will help us to finance the construction of the temple and to create a space that reflects our values and beliefs. By supporting our temple project, you will be contributing to the spiritual well-being of our community and helping to create a legacy that will endure for generations to come. We are committed to transparency and accountability, and we will provide regular updates on the progress of the project, as well as detailed financial reports. We believe that our temple project represents an excellent opportunity for you to make a meaningful impact in our community.

The Eknath Bhavan


The Eknath Bhavan restoration project (aka Nana Fadnavis Wada) is a massive undertaking, requiring the input of experts in a range of dierent fields. Architects, builders, and cratsmen will come together to work on the project, which will involve carefull dismantling the structure, preserving the original materials, and then reassembling it using modern techniques and materials.
The restoration project will take almost a year to complete, but in the end, the results will be truly remarkable. The heritage structure will look as grand, just as it had three hundred years ago, and it will once again be a beautiful gathering place that could be used for community events, festivals, and celebrations. This is located at the banks of river ganga, just about 700 meters from Kashi Vishwanath Temple and 300 meters from Kaal Bhairav Temple and next to Bindu Madhav Temple.

Here we plan to build a dharamshala which will provide safe and comfortable accommodation for women piligrims. The building will also have a variety of accommodation catering to needs of various piligrims from India and Abroad. It will have all the amenities that global traveller and piligrims looks forward to. We plan to expand this to 30 rooms with attached toilets, 2 or 3 dormitory for piligrims, a seperate hall for anna chattra, a banquet hall, building ameneties will also include a cafeteria, specialty kitchens for international piligrims and local excursion to explore Kashi.
The restored heritage structure will become a source of pride for the Kashi, and we are expecting people to come from far and wide to oer prayers to Baba Vishwanath and stay in the Eknath Bhavan complex comfortably. The Bhavan will provide adordable stay to piligrims. Our goal is to create a welcoming and inclusive community that will over a safe and supportive environment for piligrims.
Your generous donation will help us to finance the construction of this new complex and to provide much-needed housing to those in need. We believe that this project represents an excellent opportunity for you to make a meaningful impact in the lives of piligrims

Donations & Appeal

Your generous donation can help us provide food, shelter, and other vital resources to those who are in desperate need. It can help us provide education and job training to those who are struggling to find work. It can help us provide medical care to those who are sick and suffering. We know that you have a compassionate heart and a strong desire to make a difference in the world. We are reaching out to you today to ask you to put that compassion into action by making a donation to our cause. Every penny counts, and every penny will be used to make a real difference in the lives of those who need it most. Your donation will make a profound impact on our community, and on the lives of those who are struggling to make ends meet. It will be a ray of hope in what can oten feel like a very dark world. It will show those who are suffering that they are not alone, and that there are people like you who care deeply about their well-being. Please, consider making a donation today. Your generosity will make a difference in the lives of those who need it most, and it will be a testament to the power of compassion and kindness in our world.

The Corridor

The Kashi Vishwanath Temple corridor is a recently constructed pathway that connects the temple to the nearby Ganga Ghats (banks of the River Ganges). The corridor is a part of the ambitious Kashi Vishwanath Corridor project, which aims to provide better facilities and infrastructure to the pilgrims visiting the temple and the city of Varanasi. The corridor is around 50 feet wide and 350 meters long, and it features beautiful arches, domes, and intricate carvings. The pathway is designed in a way that it can accommodate a large number of devotees, and it also has separate sections for pedestrians and vehicles. The Kashi Vishwanath Temple corridor is not only a convenience for the pilgrims but is also a major tourist attraction. The pathway provides a glimpse into the rich history and cultural heritage of the city of Varanasi, and it also off¬ers a stunning view of the Ganges river and the ghats. The construction of the Kashi Vishwanath Temple corridor is a part of the larger Kashi Vishwanath Corridor project, which also includes the construction of several other facilities such as public toilets, changing rooms, and waiting halls for the pilgrims. The project aims to enhance the overall experience of the pilgrims and to promote tourism in the region.

Contact Us

Foundation for Vishvamangalya
and Development,

302, Royal Plaza, Tikekar Road, Dhantoli,
Nagpur Maharashtra India 440012
Email : info@eknathbhavan.com
Website : www.eknathbhavan.com