Dwara Gadyacharya Anantshribibhusith Jagadguru Nimabarkacharya Shri Mukund Devacharya Peeth Trust established and pooja started in dec 1953.
Very beautiful, attractive deity (statue) of Thakur Shri Radha Mohan Ji Maharaj is sitting on the throne in the temple who fulfils the demands, intentions of all the coming devotees.
The Seva of Shree Thakur Ji is being performed in the pattern of Nimbarka Sampradaya.
Shri Mukund Devacharya Peeth Trust incorporated with a motive to help old and poor ladies (Mais) and Educational help to children. Providing Rooms for Stay to pilgrims.
Yoga & Meditation Classes. Bhajan & Kirtan by Dwara Gadyacharya Anantshribibhusith Jagadguru Nimbarkacharya ShriMukundDevacharya Peethadhiswar Shri Radhe Shyam Saran Devacharya Ji Maharaj.
To spread the spiritual knowledge and great wisdom of India all over the world by giving lectures on Shree Mad Bhagwatam, Shree Balmiki Ramayan, Shri Ram Charit Manas, Shree Mad Bhagwat Gita, and other great epics.
Shri Sadguru dev Ji Maharaj founded the Ashram with the view of disseminating the teachings of Vaishnavism throughout the world, with the Ashram serving as the locus for all activities. With the grace of his own Gurudev, Param Gurudev Bhagwan Swami Shri Radha Mohan Das Ji Maharaj Vrindavan, and the Grace of Thakur Shri Radha-Mohan Ji Maharaj, the Ashram provides for the spiritual needs of all visitors.
The most delightful forms of the Lord, Shri Radha-Mohan Ji are enthroned in a humble Mandir and are served daily with devotion. Shri Sadgurudeva Ji Maharaja’s devotion can be seen manifest in the Lord’s accepting smile. Shri Shri Radha-Mohan Bhagavan accepts the sincere pleas of the most fallen souls. Shri Mukund Devacharya Peeth (Trust) Mithila Kunj Ashram in Vrindavan houses, feeds and educates around 25 Brahmacharis. There is also facilities for visiting devotees in the Bhakta Nivasa rooms, and there is Shri Sadgurudeva Ji Maharaj’s own residence. There is also a Gaushala in where many cows and their calfs are tended to, which provide all the dairy needs for the Ashram. The Ashram is also a very green area, with Bilva trees, Neem trees, Tamala trees, Tulasi gardens, Rose gardens, Jasmine, Ashoka trees and Kadamba trees. It really does remind one of being in the original Shridham Vrindavana.