Everywhere you look, you can see the hills and valleys where Guru Gobind Singh and his followers battled and lived, creating the Khalsa fraternity we know today. The new global centre of learning, Dasmesh Sadan, was constructed here by Siri Singh Sahib.
It is both beautiful and majestic in design and pleasant in functioning, with a white plaster profile and a red-tile roof. Two spherical, three-storey buildings stand at the front of the estate. The accommodation for students of upcoming courses and yatras is located here. Plans include for the construction of two more towers and a pool at the estate’s rear.
It is located in the little Buni neighbourhood on a mountainous location surrounded by farms. The gold domes of Takhat Keshgarh Sahib, where Guru Gobind Singh founded the Khalsa on Baisakhi 1699, are visible clearly to the north. The magnificent mountain top of Nana Devi, where Guru Gobind Singh saw the Goddess Durga, rises directly behind and to the south.
The Healing Surroundings
By virtue of the soil it is built on, Dasmesh Sadan is a suitable location for healing and meditation. It is a setting that encourages effortless meditation because it is rich in history and surrounded by beauty.
The Siri Singh Sahib welcomed guests from all around the region to a midnight kirtan darbar on December 31, 2000, to ring in the new year. Dasmesh Sadan hosted the kids from Miri Piri Academy in a meditation training over the course of the following several days. This was the first of several similar activities and lessons. It is a rare chance for our students to experience both individual isolation and group activities.