Tirth Travel Guide

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A sacred sanctum, this abode of the most revered Sadgurudev Ji occupies a sacred niche in the hearts and souls of tens of thousands devotees in india and abroad. On various holy occasions they throng to it from all over, like moths to a beloved 'shamma'. 

The divine Tirth is situated about 8 Kms inside from the main-road to  Sakauti Tanda in Distt. Meerut of Western U.P. on Delhi - Haridwar Highway. 

Apart from regular Bus Services, the town can also be easily reached by rail from Delhi or Saharanpur side. 

Local conveyance to and from Shri 'Nangli Tirth' is also made available by the 'Tirth' administration at regular intervals. 

It is believed that the meandering path from the main road to the holy Tirth has 84 turns on it, symbolzing to the devout the cherished dream of 'Mukti' through eighty four lakh yonis. However, the path passes through a picturesque landscape of green fertile fields.  6. The nondescript village of Nangli was sanctified in Dec. 1935 by the auspicious advent of the Holiest of the Holy Saint Swami Swarupanand Ji Maharaj, Who said of it, " Other places are my hermitages, but Nangi is my Guru Mandir, Gurudwara..... I will make it my permanent abode".  7. The most revered sage left for heavenly abode on 9th April 1936. And soon a beautiful 'Samadhi' began to be built on the holy shrine by holy saints. 

In no time, the fame of the sacred Tirth spread far and wide, bestowing the glory  of Tirthraj on the once tiny village. Even a short visit is enough to inspire any one who is on the way to total transformation and perfect bliss.
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