|Location||About 8 km from Allahabad railway station in Teliyarganj, near Shivkoti Temple,Shivkoti, 3 km from Allahabad University, Allahabad, U.P., India|
|Timings||10am-12noon, 3pm-9pm, opens on all days|
|Ideal time||Throughout the year|
|How to reach||Hire a cycle rickshaw/auto rickshaw from any part of the city|
It is a centre of great attraction amongst masses because of its grand appearance and services rendered to the people. Nalini, the granddaughter of king of Nepal Veer Bhadra Singh, started this ashram which is spread over an area of about 100 acres. The ashram comprises of different segments such as- a charitable hospital, school for boys & girls, residential area, a temple near entrance and a huge temple on the bank of River Ganges where the idol of Narayani (founder of the ashram) is also installed along with the idols of Goddess
Durga & Radha Krishna. The influence of Nepali architecture is clearly visible on the buildings. The ashram is unique, as it is being totally managed by female saints. The ashram has become a tourist attraction during the last few years.