As the members of the House Stark would put it, “Winter is Coming”. That special time of the year that brings change in a lot of ways, to a lot of people, however today we’re only going to focus on one kind of person: The Adventurous Skier.
if you are looking for a luxury ski resort for a group, your best bet would be to book the Chalet at 11˚ East, a relaxed and cozy, yet luxurious chalet on the doorstep to Obergurgl and Hochgurgl’s slopes. To inquire, go to the Chalet at 11˚ East’s official website.
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At Bhakta Bhavan rooms at rented to the devotees at extremely economical rates. This fact has also immensely contributed towards safeguarding and enhancing the cultural and religious heritage of this holy place. The building has the capacity to shelter 3000 devotees in it at any given time.
In order to provide good loading facilities to the devotees of Shegaon, the Gajanan Maharaj Sanstan has developed two lodges with 161 rooms, just outside the temple complex. Such lodges at pilgrimage sites are known as Bhakta nivas.
There is a marble temple with marble idol of Shri Gajanan Maharaj. A Praveshdwar of Dholpuri stone, 4 well equipped Bhakta Niwas on the bank of river Narmada besides, an accommodation place for Sadhus, Dharmashala, hostels and clinics are also being built.
In the valley close to Ajanta Caves the Sansthan has obtained 90 acres of land. It plans to develop this center for self development via meditation on this remote area which is full of densely vegetated.
Sansthan plans to develop
As Shri Gajanan Maharaj stayed for 12 year in Kapildhara before making an appearance in Shegaon, the Sansthan has acquired 8 acres of land in Kapildhara and started a branch there. Kapildhara is located in Igatpuri taluka.
This place has a marble temple with a marble idol of Shri Gajanan Maharaj. The other projects undertaken by the Sansthan are construction of Praveshdwar, simple lodging facilities called Dharmashala, a hospital for tribals and a library.