The hospital is literally “joined at the hip” with the Baba Hairakhan Temple and Ashram to which the small town of Chilyanaula owes its fame. Baba Haidakhan, presides over this entire complex. Considered immortal and a manifestation of Lord Shiva by devotees, His Grace and benevolence are immanent even though He is no longer in the physical body.
The establishment of an Ayurveda hospital was a desire expressed by Babaji, which has now borne fruit more than two decades after His leaving His body.
The Hairakhan Trust’s charitable hospital unit, (which contains a full-time physician, a dental surgeon, an eye care unit, a path lab, and x-ray facility), is now growing in a unique way, trying not to compromise the ancient methods prescribed by the old ayurvedic practitioners but rather to complement them. Given the burgeoning but flamboyant spa culture mushrooming in the entire country, the Bhole Baba Center stands for a pure and uncluttered approach to Ayurveda, and Panchkarma.
Given its “small is beautiful” ambiance, the Center, nonetheless, offers an international, multi-cultural and multi-lingual atmosphere. In almost two years since its inception, nationals from countries spanning the entire world have participated in programmes and benefited from not only the therapies, medication and personal care, but also from the beneficent spiritual aura surrounding the entire area. Participants and patients only continue to swell in numbers.