*United Kingdom

Haidakhandi Samaj United Kingdom

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Overview of the landscape

General information

Pujari and Ashram manager
Chairperson
Secretary
Gayatri
Robert L.
Gargi
Address Haccadown Longdown
Postal Code EX6 7SA
City Exeter Devon,
Country UK
Telephone +44(0)1392 811 108
Telefax  
e-mail pujari@ombabaji.org.uk
web-site www.ombabaji.org.uk
Travel  Directions by car:
From M5 Southbound:
Exit at junction 31 signposted A30 Bodmin/Okehampton. Take the first exit off the A30 signposted A377 Exeter/Crediton.
At the roundabout take the first exit signposted Ide/Dunsford. After 1.2 miles turn left at the T junction and then first right at Swains garage signposted Pathfinder village/Tedburn St. Mary. After 3.3 miles turn left signposted Holcombe/Burnell At the top of the hill turn left at the T junction signposted Longdown. The ashram is approx 500 yards on the left.
From A38 Northbound
Take the exit signposted A30 Bodmin/Okehampton and follow directions above.
Directions by public transport:Buses from Exeter airport to the bus station are service 56 (not bank holidays or Sundays) or service 379 (bank holidays and Sundays) Timetables will be on this site shortly.
Buses run from the bus station and train stations fairly close to the ashram and details will be on this page soon.
Taxi telephone number: 01392 666666
(Fare is about £28.00 from Exeter airport)

Genesis of the Ashram

Bhole Baba Ki Jai! The UK has a new ashram! The purchase was completed today (3 November) and the keys collected from the estate agents. We are now in the process of getting the main building ready for visitors and will keep updating this site with progress. There will be an opening celebration on the 4th 5th and 6th of December and we will be organising a schedule of karma yoga for the week leading up to the 4th. Accommodation at the ashram before the 4th December will be VERY basic. The ashram telephone number is 01392 811 108.
Om Namaha Shivaya

Contracts were exchanged on Friday 23rd October and completion date is Tuesday 3rd November!
Invitations for karma yoga opportunities will be sent as soon as the management committee have organised a schedule and dates. Updates will be sent out and posted on this web site as things progress along with the date of the opening celebration. For more information telephone Gayatri on 01392 811108.
Bhole Baba Ki Jai!

Things are moving ahead with the purchase of the new ashram and it looks set to have the keys on Monday 26th October 2009. There will be an opportunity for karma yoga during the first week to prepare for an opening celebration on the weekend starting Saturday 31 October and full details will be given

Shri Babaji has chosen the auspicious date of Gurupurnima 2009 to gift us with a beautiful new ashram.
A series of synchronicities and astonishing generosity on the part of the devotees, has resulted in an offer being accepted for a large house and land in Devon . Bhole Baba ki Jai! Click the link under “The Asham” heading on the menu for further details

Shri Babaji has chosen the auspicious date of Gurupurnima 2009 to gift us with a beautiful new ashram.
A series of synchronicities and astonishing generosity on the part of devotees, has resulted in an offer being accepted for a large house and land in Devon . Bhole Baba ki Jai! SITUATION: Haccadown occupies an attractive elevated position with far reaching country views in two directions, either to the east over the valley to Whitestone Ridge or to the west, down the Teign Valley and on towards Dartmoor.
The property, though in a wonderful rural location, is most convenient to the university and cathedral city of
Exeter, which is about 6 miles with its comprehensive range of facilities. Access to the A30 dual carriageway
is only about 2 miles which connects to the M5 motorway, whilst to the east of the M5 is Exeter International
Airport. In Exeter are railway stations on the London Waterloo and Paddington lines.
THE HOUSE: Haccadown is a detached period farmhouse, probably dating from many hundreds of years ago
and has a wealth of character befitting a house of its age. On either side of a central staircase there is a good
sized reception room, each with a brick and stone inglenook fireplace with bread oven, seat and wood burning
stove. There are heavily beamed ceilings and exposed timbers, a bible cupboard in the sitting room and a
further interesting cupboard with shelving above in the living room.
A single storey addition on the back of the house contains the fitted kitchen/breakfast room and also the selfcontained annexe, ideal for dependant relatives or teenagers.
On the first floor there is a bedroom and bathroom on one side of the stairs and two bedrooms on the other.
Planning Permission has been granted for the replacement of the single storey portion with a two storey addition to include a large farmhouse-style kitchen, study, utility, cloakroom, two bedrooms, en suite shower room and family bathroom. A copy of the drawings are available from the agents.THE GARDENS: A tarmac drive leads through a five bar gate to a large chipping parking area at the rear of the house. Off this area is another large chipping area with space for a number of vehicles.
The gardens are on all sides of the house, mainly laid to lawn with a variety of borders, shrubs and trees along
with an old cobbled area at the front of the house. There is a garden shed plus an ornamental pond at the far
end of the garden.
Wonderful rural views are enjoyed to the rear over many miles of Devon countryside.LAND AND BUILDINGS: Off the drive are two large timber and profile steel Garages/Workshops. The drive continues to two access gates leading into the sloping paddock which is to the north of the gardens, providing useful grazing.
Overall the property amounts to about 6 acres.

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