Dhyan Mandir, the place where Mata lived for five years after moving from paradsinga village till her Mahasamadhi, is a divine place to be at. The significance of this place is eminent as Mata has spent her time here in her physical form. The sacred vibrations here are unending, prevailing and can be indubitably felt. Even today whoever enters Dhyan Mandir can feel the tremendous power and abysmal love of Mata. Her presence is very much felt here in every corner of the temple.
The several paintings on walls denominate Mata's leelas evidently. A majestic, stunning and widespread bed composed of marble with a royal headboard feature was built for Mata, on which Mata spent her whole time. On the right side of the bed a stone is placed which Mata used to break almond nuts. An elegant portrait is placed on that bed after samadhi. Everyday aarti and naivedya are offered to Mata in the same way.
There is a great diversity at this place as some of them perform pradakshina, some read holy books, some offer their offerings and others kneel down and prostrate before Mata's image. The gratifying, most pleasing, remarkable aspect is that the devotees love Mata as their own mother and respect her as the Almighty. Mata's meticulousness nature towards her devotees is always evident. The fascinating, delightful magnetic attraction we get at one sight of Mata and the ecstatic and euphoric world we enter into in the very first thought of Mata are indescribable.
Mahasamadhi is the act of leaving one's body intentionally. Avadhutas show some excuse to leave their physical form and Mata has also done the same. Devotees and Samsthan could not take it. Their fear grew immeasurably as they were merged in the aversion of losing Mata. They did all that they could do by performing poojas, yagnas and yagas for her recovery but all in vain. Once Mata has taken decision who can change it, Mata took mahasamadhi early in the morning on 10th of January 1997 (Pausha Shukla Dwiteya) on Friday.
The news of Mahasamadhi spread rapidly, thousands of devotees came running to Paradsinga to have last darshan of Mata. Mata's physical form was not buried for three days and devotees were allowed to have darshan. Before the samadhi, Mata was given a final auspicious bath with panchamrutas and it was conspicuously noticed that Mata's body remained lively and soft though precautions were not taken. Early in the morning on 12th Mata's body was placed in samadhi. A temporary statue of Mata was placed near samadhi. Soon on the occasion of Mata's Janmotsav on 5th May in the year 1998 a statuesque marble statue was installed.
Samadhi Mandir is a numinous place as Mata's physical body is here. The statue represents the mother of whole world. The statue is a image of Mata which is elegant, charming and full of grace. Mata sits in a relaxed posture with a coconut in her hands gazing at her devotees. Her dazzling eyes showering prodigious love and angelic smile on Her lips makes her devotees forget the entire world and lead them into elated and rapturous world of devotion. Here, devotees prey for their desires, ask for help, thank Mata for her immense love for them. Till date no body went home empty handed and devotees wholeheartedly believe that Mata herself is sitting there.
Mata is given a holy bath in the morning, offered breakfast, lunch and dinner, and aarti, the classy cloths she wears on and the alluring crown she is adorned with increases her beauty. At night a thick blanket is spread on the samadhi. Every morning at six o' clock abhishek is performed. Visitors may also donate clothes for Mata, which will be wrapped around the statue. Aarti is a form of worship with music and lights. Aarti always plays a vital role and this time Mata welcomes all her devotees with lot of love and embrace them.
Dhuni is important in many traditions like Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and it is the main fragment of Datta Parampara. Dhuni is the sacred fire made to honor the spirit of God. Dhuni, the pillar of fire burns ceaseless day and night forever (Nityagnihotri). The whole universe is made of fire which is manifestation of energy therefore Dhuni is the symbol of Chidagni. Dhuni is the most direct way to offer our prayers. Aside from the offering of sacred fuel, mantras are also offered to dhuni. Dhuni has power of desolating all defile sins and burns them to ashes.
Udi, the sacred ash of the fire is considered very powerful and pious. Udi is salient for its healing power. Udi is distributed as a token of grace and blessings of Mata to devotees for their progress and protection.Even today after naivedya is offered to Mata, it is first put into Dhuni.
Mata lightened fire in dhuni for many Sai temples. Dhuni at Paradsinga is much more paramount and virtuous as it is Mata's place.
When Avadhutas want to leave their physical body they plan accordingly. Mata gave thought to Her Sansthan to purchase a huge piece of land at Paradsinga and construction was started in the year 1992. Mata moved to Dhyan Mandir from village and the home where Mata lived in village is preserved and converted into Mandir by Sansthan. Under her supervision Sansthan has constructed Dhuni, Mandir, and Prasadalaya. After accomplishment of construction, Mata fell ill in June which was merely an excuse to leave her physical body and mentally prepare her devotees. After 6 months, on 10th of January 1997 Mata left her physical form. Right from that moment her immortal body started showering love and affection on devotees. Now lakhs of people are relished with blessings of Mata – Aadi Parashakti, Dattavatarini SHREE VIDEHI SATI ANSUYA MATA.
Mata bestowed prasada to many people in many forms. Free prasada is offered by Sansthan for 24 hours in Prasadalaya, which is very precious.
Prasadalaya is under construction
Sansthan is providing well furnished accommodation for nominal charges.