Ukhra Nimbarka Peeth Mahanta Asthal is a 250-year-old Mutt of the Nimbarka Vaishnava Sampradaya. It is arranged at Ukhra in the area of Purba Bardhaman in the territory of West Bengal in India close to the city of Durgapur. This Mutt has been nearly connected with the Zamindars of Ukhra, the Handa family, and has filled in as the otherworldly reference point of the region. Since its establishment this Mutt has spread Vaishnavism of the Nimbarka Sampradaya far and wide in the territory and increased numerous imperative identities as followers of its logic. You can come and explore this place.
This Mutt was established in the mid-eighteenth century by Swami Dayaram Devacharya of the Nimbarka Sampradaya, who was one of the three fundamental followers of Swami Narahari Devacharya who had a place with the Dwaar of the aged Nimbarki holy person Sri Swabhuram Devacharya. To this Dwaar have a place the Kathia Babas including the acclaimed Ramdas Kathiababa. From that point forward the profound ancestry has passed on from Guru to pupil in the conventional Hindu way. Mahantas of this Mutt are Vaishnava renunciates called Brahmacharis or Vairagis and are known for their entirely reverential, grave regimen who commit their lives to divine administration.