Akhil Bhartiya Shree Swami Samarth Gurupeeth, Trimbkeshwar
Sadguru Moredada desired that Shree Kshetra Trimbakeshwar, the divine land of Bhagvan Shiva, should have a spiritual mega-university from where this Seva Marg shall guide the entire world towards material and spiritual upliftment. To realise this dream, Holiness Gurumauli laid the foundation of a huge Gurupeeth on November 1, 1992. It took 11 years for the Gurupeeth to complete since His Holiness Gurumauli chose to avoid individual bulk donations from the wealthy instead ordinary contributions from ordinary sevekari.
This is the unique feature of Gurupeeth is that it has built from daily 1 Rs contribution from Sevekaris, This symbolises how deeply Seva Marg is rooted in core values. To signify the contribution of common people for Gurupeeth, a big 1 Rs Coin is placed at the entrance of Gurupeeth.
His Holiness Gurumauli further enhanced the spiritual glory of Shree Gurupeeth by installing here consecreted forms of Dash Mahavidyas & Ashta Bhairavas, the ten forms of Goddess Parvati & the eight forms of the Soldiers of Shiva besides several other symbols of high spiritual energy.
Gurupeeth operates through 18 various work divisions like Samasya samadhan (counselling), Balsanskar, organic farming, rural rejuvenation, Environment Preservation and water conservation, Vastu shastra, National integration and many more.
Shree Gurupeeth is powerhouse of spiritual energies which hosts-
- Sanctum Sanctorum of Shree Swami Samarth Maharaj
- Temple of Shree Swami Samarth Maharaj
- Sadguru Moredada Memorial
- Sadguru Pithale Maharaj Memorial
- Vedic Yagna Bhumi
- Prayer Hall
- The Banyan Tree Temple
- Shree Swami Samarth Ayurvedic Pharmaceuticals
- Shree Swami Seva Prakashan
- Ashtasiddha Mahashaktipeeth
- Sevekari Niwas(Devotees Accommodation)
Shree Gurupeeth Entrance:
Devotees begin journey of this spiritual mega university through east facing entrance and visiting main Darbar. The Sadguru Moredada Memorial is situated towards the Northeast of main temple and the Sadguru Pithale Maharaj Memorial is located towards Southeast.
Just outside the main temple is the 1600 sqm prayer hall where over 4000 devotees could listen to a discourse. It is here that devotees would plan and review the 11-point Gurupeeth Citizens Enhancement Programme executed by them.
Banyan Tree Temple
Shree Swami Samarth Maharaj began his journey of the Godavari from Trimbakeshwar. Later, He arrived in Akkalkot and made a blissful banyan tree His permanent abode.
For the comfort of visitors, devotees a modem accommodation with all basic amenities is available at affordable rates. It consists of Halls for Groups & self content rooms for small family.
The Gurupeeth cultivates Ayurvedic herbs and plants and manufactures quality medicines at very affordable prices. The emphasis is also on cow’s urine and dung which have been found quite useful in the treatment of chronic diseases such as cancer. Also panchakarma and other auryvedic treatments are offered by shree Gurupeeth.
The Seva Marg which began with only two tiny publications of Shree Swami Charitra Saramrit, the biographical sketch of Swami Maharaj and Nitya Seva (Daily Mantras), today brings out over 96 publications in several languages at a state-of-the-art printing press of its own at the Gurupeeth.
Free Food Shelter
Distribution of free food and knowledge to all has always been at the core of India’s culture. The Gurupeeth has built an ultra modern 3-storey Anna Chhatra where thousands of devotees are able to partake the Mahaprasad with the blessings of Parbrahma Bhagwan Shree Swami Samarth Maharaj and Goddess Annapurna Devi.
Sadguru Moredada Charitable Hospital (Proposed State-Of-The-Art Multi-Speciality Hospital)
A rare blend of nature cure and advanced medical research and surgery.
- Cardiology, Cancer Cure (Oncology), Nephrology, Neurology, Paediatrics, Gynaecology, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Trauma Care, et al.
- A well-equipped & well-staffed Nursing College Besides this, Cottages, Food Courts & Cafeteria for doctors, health specialists, and families of patients