Anami Dham, Lal pura, Hanuman Garh, Rajasthan
This ashram is situated at 64 kms from Sirsa. During 1951 chaudhary Dhanna Ram of village Lalpura heard that the mendicant of Sirsa was a sage of high caliber. He reached at Sirsa on foot from his village next day. He jumped across the thorny fence, which was crossable with the help of a ladder only, and entered inside, ignoring the pleas of Sevadars. Beparwah Ji was standing in front and asked what for did he come? He replied that he had come to meet God. Mastana Ji felt very happy on this reply and said,” Thank God at last someone has come seeking God otherwise only the lovers of money do come here”.
Dhanna Ram joined service there and went back to his village after obtaining Naam Daan only. He returned back to Sirsa with his camel laden with two quintiles of millet. He grinded those by his own hands in the hand mill and served the millet breads to Sadh Sangat duly cooked. Beparwah Ji grew much pleased with his relenting service. He was blessed with a boon that his village will never face famine in future.
It was due to the demand of Dhanna Ram during1956 that Shehn Shah Mastana Ji reached at Lalpura and stayed there for two months. His Holiness used to return back after conducting Satsang in adjoining villages. Lalpura ashram was also sanctioned during this course.
It took a long time and ultimately after the demise of Beparwah Ji, Param Pita Shah Satnam Singh Ji build ashram at Lal pura with a name ‘Dera Sacha Sauda Anami Dham’ This ashram is standing in an area of 60 kanals. It contains two rooms, a Gufa, water tank and boundary of thorny bushes.
Once the most respected Param Pita Ji conducted a powerful Sat sang here.Did a lot of extension works including a big hall, verandah etc. Hazur Pita Ji came here during 1996. Ordered to replace the thorny boundary with wooden planks. Regular Naam Charcha is conducted here and the praises of Satguru are sung non stop.