The Krishna temple was constructed in 1996 and is located outdoors on a platform just beyond the Brahma Vidya Hall. One of the most beloved deities, Krishna embodies joy and kindness. As a friend and benefactor of the poor and vulnerable. he stands for justice and reveals the magnificence of God. It is said that the spirit of Krishna returns in embodied form when the world is in great turmoil.
The new Dhanwanthari Temple was installed during the 45th year anniversary. The temple is part of an intention to bring healing and well-being to all people in the world. Dhanwanthari is god in form of the Healer. We are accepting donations for this newly installed temple.
The Navagraha shrine was constructed in 1998 and is located next to the Krishna Temple. It honors the nine planets of Vedic Astrology that dispense our individual and collective karma both good and bad. Astrological study of these spiritual energies offers insight on where and how we must grow and transform. By doing worship at the shrine, we can increase the good, and decrease the bad.
Brahma Vidya Altar
The Brahma Vidya altar built in 2007 hall is located in the hall with the same name. This is the largest altar at the ashram and features a number of deities. At the center is Dakshinamurti seated in front of a tree. He represents the aspect of Siva as teacher. The large figure on the left is Master Sivananda with Swami Vishnudevananda on the right. Satsang, concerts, and yoga classes are held in this hall when larger groups are present.