Faridpur Sri-Angan, Faridpur, Bangladesh
Mar 20, 2009Public
Photo: A new Bigraha of Prabhusundar in the centenary temple in Faridpur Sri-Angan (February 4, 2009)
Photo: Murtis of Sri Premdas Brahmachari & Sri Kunjadas Brahmachari (l. to r.) - two direct associates of Prabhu Jagadbandhusundar
Photo: Bhagabat Gangottari Sri Mahanambrata Brahmachari (l) Sri Gopibandhudas Brahmachari (r) - a direct associate of Prabhu Jagadbandhu, Mahanambrataji,  Premdasji  & Kunjadasji - and the author of the 10 vols. "Bandhulila Tarangini"
Photo: A murti of Sri Mahanambrata Brahmachari, looks almost living, inside the Memorial Temple of 2004 for Sri Mahanambrataji
Photo: Same as the previous one
Photo: Memorial Temple of Sri Mahanambrata Brahmachari founded in 2004 on his birth centenary in Sri-Angan premises
Photo: Memorial Temple of Sri Nabanibandhu Brahmachari beside that of Sri Mahanambrataji in Sri-Angan premises
Photo: Famous "Darbesh Pool" across from "Bandhukunda" (Prabhu's swimming pond where He used to float in His crossed-legged lotus-seat position) on Jessore Road. While crossing this bridge with devotees, he stopped by the present Sri-Angan location and later founded Sri-Angan there.
Photo: Same as the previous one
Photo: "Gambhira" Temple that replaced the original "Parna Kutir" Temple where Prabhu closeted himself for almost 17 years and left His Mortal Body on September 17, 1921. The cow and calf statues and the murti (bust-sized) of Sri Mahanam brata Brahmachari in front of the Sri-Angan entrance door  are a recent upgrade
Photo: The magnificently spectacular entrance way to Sri-Angan Ashram with Gambhira Temple standing solemnly in the pristine and quaint Sri-Angan arena - the primary LilaBhoomi of Prabhusundar, famously and significantly known as Faridpur Sri-Angan
Photo: The famous "Panchabati" (5 holy plants grown closely in an enclosed area - Amlaki, Haritaki, Neem, Bel and Tamal) planted by Prabhusundar Himself!