Inspection of under-construction Spiritual Healing Tourism Complex

Sunday, Sep 26, 2021 08:30 [IST]

Last Update: Sunday, Sep 26, 2021 02:57 [IST]

Inspection of under-construction Spiritual Healing Tourism Complex


NAMCHI,: An inspection of the under-construction Spiritual Healing Tourism Complex at Nandugaon was conducted by officials concerned on Saturday.
Commerce & Industries chairperson M.B. Chettri (Vyasananda Guruji), architect Sachen C. Dewan, divisional engineer Sonam Bhutia and land donors took note of the progress of the ongoing work.
Chief Minister P.S. Golay had laid the foundation stone of the project of the Tourism department earlier this year on January 17.
Speaking with the media, the chairperson informed that first phase construction work is under progress presently for the Spiritual Healing Tourism Complex at 4.5 acres of land. The sanctioned amount is Rs. 53 crore.
The first phase work is to be completed by 2023 and it includes interpretation centre, library/research office and community-cum- conference hall with the capacity to accommodate around 3000 people.
Chettri added that process for acquiring additional 10 acres of land is under progress.
“It is the dream project of Omanand Guruji who wanted to make Sikkim one of the spiritual centres in the world from where his vision of spreading spiritual awareness and healing has been fulfilled with the construction of this project,” said Chettri.
The project further will include Sarva Dharma Mandir, Nirvana Healing Centre, residence of Omanand Guruji, Yatri Niwas of around 120 rooms, elevated walkway, herbal garden, meditation dome of 100 ft height which can be visible from far away, water fountain, additional landscaping and parking space till its completion.

Sikkim at a Glance

  • Area: 7096 Sq Kms
  • Capital: Gangtok
  • Altitude: 5,840 ft
  • Population: 6.10 Lakhs
  • Topography: Hilly terrain elevation from 600 to over 28,509 ft above sea level
  • Climate:
  • Summer: Min- 13°C - Max 21°C
  • Winter: Min- 0.48°C - Max 13°C
  • Rainfall: 325 cms per annum
  • Language Spoken: Nepali, Bhutia, Lepcha, Tibetan, English, Hindi