Simandhar City is a spiritual township where residents share a common goal of progressing on the path of Moksha (Liberation) through Akram Vignan, under the guidance of Pujya Niruma and Pujya Deepakbhai.
It is the community’s intent to welcome new seekers and Mahatmas from around the world, and to support their meaningful stay in Simandhar City.
Simandhar City Hospitality team is set up to accommodate visitors from outside of India. Any visitors from within India must contact our local team on +91 793 9830 100.
Simandhar City Hospitality team will assist you to ensure that your stay is inspiring, enlightening, pleasant & memorable.
The team has limited accommodation facilities and is continuously challenged with far more demand than supply for accommodation. Where the team cannot accommodate visitors within the Simandhar City campus, they will recommend nearby hotels and also assist with bookings.
Because the township has grown tremendously in recent years, with visitors from different cultural backgrounds, it is necessary to make the basic township rules very clear in order that we maintain an atmosphere conductive to spiritual practice:
If you would like clarification on any of the above mentioned points, please feel free to ask a Simandhar City Hospitality team member or write to us at [email protected].
Only visitors or Mahatmas from Outside Of India are required to complete the Simandhar City Arrival Form below.
Visitors from within India must contact our information office on +91 79 3983 0400 / +91 992 434 8880.
Please read the Information before completing the Simandhar City Arrival Form.
The accommodation facility offered by the hospitality team is only for NRI mahatmas. Unfortunately, due to lack of facilities within Simandhar City, we are not in a position to accommodate your local Indian families and friends. They can however stay within the facilities offered for local Indian mahatmas, for more details on this please send us an email on [email protected]
For any queries, first email us at [email protected]
If you do not get any response, please call:
Non Indian (Westerners) Mahatmas/Guests