Other Bishnoi Temples and Dharamshalas
1. Bikaner Dharamshala
This is a beautiful and very large dharamshala to stay in Bikaner city of Rajasthan, located in side public park compound near mighty Junagarh fort. With the efforts of late Shri Bhagirath Ji Bishnoi (Ex. DIG of Rajasthan Police) transfer of this huge Government mansion to Bishnoi Community was made possible. Rooms with toilet facility, halls and lockers are available here on reasonable rent. A small but beautiful Guru Jambheshwar temple is constructed where everyday Jyot, Havan, Aarti, Pahal are performed. Pure vegetarian restaurant is just outside the main gate. Bishnoi books can be purchased here.
2. Bishnoi Mandir Hissar
This is located in the heart of Hissar city in Haryana.
Akhil Bhartiya Bishnoi Mahasabha office was here for many years and now moved to Mukam.
Office of Bishnoi Mahasabha Hissar is located here. A Guru temple and many rooms are constructed here to stay for Bishnois. Guru Jambheswar’s birthday (Janamashtmi) was celebrated here which is now celebrated in Pipasar.
Bishnoi's monthly hindi magzine "Amar Jyoti" is published from here since 1950.
3. Shri Guru Jambheshwar Sansthan Bhawan Delhi
This is a beautiful 4 storey building constructed with the cost of > 6 crore Rs. in the heart of city and very close to Inter state Bus Terminal and Delhi Rail Junction. Metro station "Civil lines" is very near. AC rooms @ 500 Rs.per day and non AC rooms @ 100/day are available with free food. Bishnoi students, job aspirants and other Bishnois can stay here for short time.
This is located on Upper bela road/Ring Road/Civil Lines near IP college/ near DRDO office/Delhi-54. Ph. 011-23818898; 011-55761179
First Sunday of every month Havan, pahal, lunch is organized here. Bishnoi sthapana diwas (foundation/formation day) is celebrated here every year on 8th (krishana ashtami) of Kartik month, which is 7 days before Diwali. Guru Jambheshwar ji released two Muslim brothers Hassim & Kassim (who later accepted Bishnoism) from jail of Sikander Lodhi (King of Delhi) who later became fan of Guru ji.