The Neem Karoli Baba Ashram and Hanuman Temple in Taos, New Mexico is dedicated to the teachings of Neem Karoli Baba to love everyone, serve everyone, remember God and tell the truth. The ashram is open every day and provides a space for pilgrims to connect with the Source of All through meditation, chanting, satsang and selfless service in community. We conduct morning and evening aarti, serve prasad and host festivals throughout the year. A permaculture farm on site provides most of our food. We also reach out to a wide group of followers via livestream of our temple festivals and weekly chanting, and share stories and pictures of Maharajji and his devotees via the internet.
The Neem Karoli Baba Ashram is sustained by the generosity of devotees, sales in the Puja Dukan store and occasional fundraisers like auctions and raffles. All donations to our General Fund go towards keeping the ashram running. Donations to the Mandir Fund go towards the building of a new temple for Hanuman-ji.
All donations are greatly appreciated and are fully tax deductible as permitted by law. The Ashram is a 501(c)(3) church under IRS regulations. Donation receipts are sent by mail or email once donations are received.
Wishlist for people travelling to India who want to know what to bring back for the ashram to donate to our Puja Dukan
Hanuman and Baba two sided pendants from Rishikesh
Tulsi Malas 108 beads knotted smooth round tulsi beads
Rudraksh Malas 108 beads knotted
Sandalwood Malas 108 beads knotted
Om Nama Shivaya bracelets brass and copper adjustable size
Hanuman Chalisa Booklets Gita Press with both Hindi and English words yellow cover
Prayer shawls cotton with RAM, Krishna, or Shiva assorted colors
Small brass Ganesh blessing murti
Small Hanuman brass murti with open heart showing Sita and RAM in heart
Navratna 9 planet crystal necklace or mala from Rishikesh
Hanuman Yantra gold plated over copper
Puja offering plate small 1-2 ” diameter brass
You can also support the Neem Karoli Baba Ashram by purchasing from our store.
Hanuman’s New Mandir
A new temple (mandir) is being built for Hanuman-ji, to see progress, click here.
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