The United World Yoga Trust is inspired and energetically supported by Sri Barfani Dadaji Maharaj (a living Himalayan Maha Siddha) and Sri Mahavatar Babaji – Maha Siddha and Eternal Master of the Kriya yoga tradition. Babaji was made famous in the West by the book ‘Autobiography of a yogi’ by Sri Paramahansa Yogananda.
Sri Barfani Dadaji feeds and looks after thousands of people in his many ashrams in north India.

There are exiting new plans to build an International Yoga centre in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh which will include a Kriya yoga school and Gosala (Cow sanctuary) and at which all United World Yoga Trust members will be welcome to visit. Ujjain is decribed by Hindus to be one of the seven most important spriritual cities in India. It is home to one of the twelve famous Jyoytirlingas relating to Lord Siva and has a truly magical feel.

Also plans to create a ‘United World Yoga Trust’ camp at the Kumbh Mela festival – January 2019, which will take place in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh. The Kumbh Mela is the biggest spiritual festival in the world, attended by 1000,000’s of Hindus.

Here are some pictures of the beautiful new Hanumanji temple Sri Dadaji has been constructing in Mahendipur Balaji, Rajasthan over the last few years… This temple will also one day have a large school attached, teaching yoga and Sanskrit.


If you would like to donate to this project and/or the new Intenational Yoga Centre he is planning to create in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh soon you can do so here…
All paths lead to union …

Leonie Dunlop – Coordinator for Spain

Neeraj Tripathi – Coordinator for India