Mayawati’s Advait Ashram (2073 mts) is located Located amidst the opaque and dense woodlands. The Ashram is surrounded by towering mountains. The panoramic view of the snow clad Himalaya, spreading across a straggling 250 square km from the land of Nepal to Chaukhamba, can be gazed at from the wonderful Ashram premise.
Two Swiss deciples of Ramkrishna build this Ashram and dedicated to Shri Ramkrishna on his birth anniversary (19th March, 1899The place was popularly known as Maipet. Later on, Swamy Vivekananda had renamed it as Mayawati.
Vivekananda used to sit for meditation at Dharamgarh, 4kms away from ashram at an elevation of 300 meters. This cool-calm & peaceful place can be accessed climbing up the hill. To recollect the old memories of Vivekananda, a commemorative, the meditation hall, has been constructed here.
Nearest airport is Naini Saini at Pithoragarh. No regular flights are available at present.RAIL
Tanakpur Railway station is 97 km.ROAD
Lohaghat 9 km. Champawat 24km.