Gyanganj

For centuries there have been rumors that there is a secret location in Himalayas called Gyanganj. A location where Yogis of very high caliber live along with Apsaras and Devas. Siddhashrama is another name for Gyanganj.

Thousands of people have roamed in the Himalayan and Tibetan range to find the place. Chinese government and CIA conducted several areal satellite scans of the area to find this legendary place with the hope to uncover the fantastic technologies that the Yogis might have built.

American President Franklin Roosevelt was determined to find the place which Americans called Sangri-La (Shambhala) and named US Navy Aircraft Carrier “Shangri La”. He also named President’s secret vacation home as Shangri La.

Shri Gopinath Kaviraj was the first person in modern times to actually find the place. He was a great Sanskrit and Tantra scholar and wrote a complete book making the place popular in modern culture. Siddhabhoomi Gyanganj  was published in Bengali and later translated in many languages.

Kaviraj’s original books supposedly created a new interest among the seekers of this place and increased the number of people who wandered into Tibet and several universities across the world sponsored scholars to research more about the place. Victoria Dmitrieva researched extensively about it and her research became popular in west.

The exact location

Of course no one ever found the exact co-ordinates of the place but it is known that the place is close to Tibet and somewhere in the Himalayas. 4 places are considered entrances to the Siddhashram. The valley of moon, Mount Kailash, Shwetalok Lake and another mountain which is not named but accessible from the Gangotri.

Hitler and Gyanganj

It is believed that Hitler in his struggle to world supremacy came across people from Shambhala and sent out explorers to get th ancient technologies. When his men returned one of the way to achieve path to Siddhashram was through complex tantric vidyas and dark arts. It is believed that Hitler pursued the Dark arts and decided to sacrifice thousands of humans to get those secret powers.

Entering Gyanganj

One can not enter the place by merely walking. One has to first walk the path of spirituality and attain very high level. At such high level of spirituality one’s desire to find Siddhashram goes down and the place eventually finds you.

The valley of Gyanganj is always shrouded in a white color which is independent of Sun or Moon. Siddhas who wish to enter there first travel to Mount Kailash and perform sadhana for 21 days. On 22nd day sages appear in the valley and request the Siddha to walk with them. They then walk to a cave which has goats or similar animals. The siddha then drink the milk and comes out of the cave only to find himself in the Siddhashram.

Where as a lot of adventurers do not believe that Gyanganj is non-physical place. One of them named Gopinath Shahastrbuddhe was a mountaineer who got lost in Himalayas. To satisfy his hunger he consumed poisoned mushrooms which disoriented him completely. He came across a mountain which had a weird gulch which seems to have covered by fog. Without realizing it’s depth he tried to enter it and fell inside. He found various people dressed i na very different clothes and beautiful women and bald men. His wounds were tended to and he was escorted out of the town when he was healed.

Gyanganj description

Gyanganj has one center and 16 areas each meant for 16 vidyas (sciences). The most popular science being the Sun Science. The center has a large market that buys and sells items needed for the further education. Contrary to what people might think he Yogis in Siddhashram have devoted their life for learning and they constantly keep unlocking new dimensions of the knowledge.

While Yogis (both male and female) study sciences Apsaras have devoted themselves to aesthetics, music and technology.

Why we can not find Gyanganj on Google Maps. 

Siddhashram exists at a different dimension that our physical dimension. It exists in a isolated time bubble which means when you actually enter it you are time travelling into a period when earth was not inhabited in Himalayas.