Founded by the Swami Satyamitranand Giri, Bharat Mata Temple is a unique temple sacred to Mother India and her spiritual and culture glory. Smt. Indira Gandhi, a politician who served as prime minister of India, formally inaugurated the temple on 15 May 1983. Located on the bank of Ganga, the temple welcomes people of every religion and community. Emblem of the temple, a woman dressed in a saffron-colored sari and holding the flag in one of her hands, is readily noticeable. Key features of the temple are homoeopathic and allopathic dispensaries, diagnostic camps, physiotherapy centres, gaushala ( a cow shed with ultra-modern facilities), Ved Vidyalaya (school for learning Vedas) and Old age home (Bharat Sadie). Also, there is an Atithi Sewa (Samanvaya Kutir), a delightful complex consist of Satsang Bhavan, well-stocked library, and residential accommodation. At a height of 180 feet, Bharat Mata Temple is spread over seven floors, each level dedicated to different Gods and mythological heroes. See below for details:
First Floor (Bharat Mata):
Statue of Bharat Mata and a big map of India adorn the first floor of building. First floor of the building was inaugurated by Indira Gandhi.
Second Floor (Shoor Mandir):
Shoor Mandir is dedicated to legendary heroes of India
Third Floor (Matru Mandir):
Matri Mandir is dedicated to achievements of honoured women like Radha, Mira, Savitri, Draupadi, Ahilya, Anusuya, Maitri and Gargi.
Fourth Floor (Sant Mandir):
Features great saints from different religions of India, including Jainism, Sikhism, and Buddhism
The floor features an assembly hall, adorned with paintings portraying the history and beauty of different provinces.
Devoted to the incarnation of Goddess Shakti like Durga, Parvati, Sati, Radha, Saraswati and Kali.
Dedicated to incarnations and forms of Lord Vishnu including Ram, Krishna and Matsya.
The topmost level offers the splendid view of the Himalaya mountain range and Sapt Sarovar.
Samanvaya Kutir,Sapt Sarovar, P.O. Sadhubela, Bhupatwala,Haridwar 249410 -(Uttarakhand), India