In India the first Ajapa ashram was established by Swami Guru Janardanji Paramahansa in the beautiful locale of Rishikesh(Uttranchal). The ashram is located near Lakshman Jhula about 8 km from Railway station. Rishikesh is about 20 km from the holy city of Haridwar. It was in the year 1955 when the ashram was built. Major reconstruction work is currently being carried out to accomodate more disciples specially for Ajapa festivals. The ashram is situated in the foothills of Himalayas, just beside the holy ganges and picturesque surrounding of Shivalik hills. The serence atmosphere of the locale motivates a true seeker to introspect.
The second ashram city was selected in India when Swami Guru Janardanji Paramahansa got down from train at Tatanagar station during one of his journeys. The ashram is located at about 20 km from railway station just beside the tranquil locale of the Dimna lake surrounded by hills. The ashram was formally established in the year 1974. One major attraction of the ashram is, the only temple in the world with the nine Brahma Rishis. The construction of this temple in a lotus structure is another unique feature of this sanctuary for the rishis. This is the ashram where Guru Janardanji merged his material body with matter and a shrine has been built up around the place. This ashram is currently the Ajapa headquarters since the current Ajapa master Guru Prasadji inhabit this conscreated locale. Two temples together provide one of the most satisfying meditation experience in todays high vibration world.
The third ashram was established at Kanpur, a place which had been very dear to Swami Guru Janardanji Paramahansa due to the devout love of the disciples. Guru Janardanji has been visiting this city since 1952 and finally the ashram came up in 1977, near IIT on the G.T Road. This place is about 25 km from the railway station and is on the outskirt of the city so it provides the requisite atmosphere for meditation. The ashram has big farming lands in the surroundings which helps to keep the atmosphere clean and cool.
The Postal addresses of the India ashrams are as below: