The Balbhojan is the manifestation of Baba's unbounded love and compassion for children, which resulted in concern and plans for the development and welfare of the children, especially the poor and the Adivasi children. These included providing nourishing meals, clothing, primary education, shelter, health care and most important, character building. By so doing, Baba was setting an example to society and the Balbhojan was a symbol of Baba's greater vision for the future. On as average 250 children, 1000 adults and sadhus are fed daily.
HOT WATER KUND
The hot water springs adjacent to the Samadhi Mandir and Shiva Temple are blessed by Bhagwan Nityanand. Legend has it thet during the Yagna conducted by Maharshi Vashistha (and presided over by the Deities), these springs having curative powers were created for the comfort ofthe honored guests. It is beyond doubt that the place possesses its share of divinity, apart from Baba's presence, there are reported ethereal sightings (Sapta rishis) and celestial music.
SHREE BHIMESHWAR MAHADEV MANDIR
Right in front of Kund and adjacent to Baba's Samadhi Mandir, is the very ancient temple of Shree Bhimeshwar Mahadev. This spot was utterly desolate with very few pilgrims, until Baba came in 1937 and settled next to this temple. Later Baba shifted his residence to his Ashram called "Vaikuntha". Soon, the Bhimeshwar Shiva Temple & Vaikuntha Ashram became powerful center of pilgrimage. Often water from the temple ceiling would mysteriously drip on the floor and would form into mini Shiva Linga.
The temple of Devi Bhadrakali was conceived by Baba as per the wish of Devi herself and was first set up in the form of an alter in Baba's Ashram. The temple came up in due course.
GOPAL KRISHNA MANDIR
The Gopal Krishna Mandir was earlier housing a stone image of Nandi. During construction the statue of Nandi had to be shifted, but could not be done even by fifteen people. Baba advised to break a coconut and the task was accomplished easily. Baba himselfconsecrated the idol of Lord Shri Krishna and the stone Nandi was modified into Krishna's cow. Daily Puja and Krishna Janmashtami are being performed and celebrated faithfully and regularly.
Heeding to the aspirations of many devotees visiting Baba's Samadhi, the Trustees set up a shrine for the worship of Navgraha, flanking the eastern front of the Samadhi Mandir.
About 3 Kms. from Ganeshpuri, the famous temple of Vajreshwari Devi, a seat of powerful shakti attracts devotees, from far & wide.