Paramahansa Hariharananda Samadhi Mandir

Paramahansa Hariharananda Samadhi Mandir (burial shrine) at his Kriya Yoga ashram in Puri. The 70 acre property is well maintained with beautiful gardens, guest facilities, and a home for cows and rescued bulls.
In 1950, when Swami Sevananda, the monk in charge of Karar Ashram, became ill, Rabinarayan (later Swami Hariharananda) took charge of the Puri ashram and was authorized by Paramahansa Yogananda to give Kriya Yoga initiation.
He later founded the Kriya Yoga Institute which has centers on several continents.

The 70 acre property is well maintained with beautiful gardens, guest facilities, and a home for cows and rescued bulls. In 1950, when Swami Sevananda, the monk in charge of Karar Ashram, became ill, Rabinarayan (later Swami Hariharananda) took charge of the Puri ashram and was authorized by Paramahansa Yogananda to give Kriya Yoga initiation. He later founded the Kriya Yoga Institute which has centers on several continents.