Penance, self-service is the key to Tapas and only natural living can let one experience its transformative prowess completely. At Panjhiriya Dai Goshala a place situated at the fringes of Panna forests where wild-life is abuzz round the clock, is the place exposing the practitioners to extreme forest living. The living here is tough – bamboo-thatched shelters, bath in natural streams of Panjhiria spring, self-made food, lanterns and hand-held torches being the only source of light in the nights & sleeping on elevated berths made of bamboos and green leaves serving as cushions. Come night and you have jackals, wolfs and wild-pigs roaming and roaring around. Still courageous and nature loving sadhak and sadhikas (practitioners) choose to stay here for a week or so to experience nature and elevate themselves in the energy field of Masters.
The Govind Gaushala houses few dozen of cows and offers the practitioners a unique lifetime experience to participate in daily Gau-Seva regime. This Goshala is being supported by Sacred Association under its project ‘Shri Muridhar Goraksha Mission’ and it is being maintained under the guidance of Muniji of Aryawart Sanskritik Sanrakshan Sansthaan’.