New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata are connected by various Air Flights from almost all the major cities of the world. Landing on these cities, one may reach Lucknow either by Domestic Flight or by Trains like Rajdhani and Shatabdi Express.
Lucknow is the Capital City of Uttar Pradesh of India and 'Purushottam Dham Ashram' is situated at 59 Km far from the heart of and 69 Km from Amausi Airport of the this Capital City by road in the north-east direction.
Lucknow is connected with New Delhi, Mumbai, Cochin, Chennai, Banglore, Patna, Kolkata, Howrah, Varansi, Allahabad, Jabalpur, Gorakhpur, Guwahati, Siyaldah, Barauni, Puri, Ahmedabad, Jammu Tawi, Amritsar, Chandigarh, Ludhiana, Jaipur, Bhopal, Indore, Hyderabad, Mathura, Agra, Ayodhya, Haridwar, Dehradun, Meerut, Kathgodam, Kanpur and all with other major cities of India by various trains including Rajdhani & Shatabdi Express and State Transport Buses.
Air Flights of Indian Airlines, Sahara Airlines and Jet Airways are also available from Mumbai, New Delhi, Patna, Kolkata, Banglore, Sharjah etc to Lucknow. Truth Seekers may reach Mumbai, New Delhi, or Kolkata by International flights and then to Lucknow for touching Barabanki and then to 'Purushottam Dham Ashram' as per the guide lines given below.
Similarly, Barabanki, the district head quarter where Purushottam Dham Ashram is situated in, located on the National Highway No. 28 from Lucknow to Ayodhya and is merely 27 km far from Lucknow, is likewise connected with all major cities of India by prominent trains and state transport services. 'Purushottam Dham Ashram' is about 28 Km away from Barabanki Railway Station. One may approach the Ashram by UP state transport, local buses or by three-wheelers via Jaidpur. Public Jeeps/Cars are also available on hire from Lucknow and from Barabanki as well to reach the Ashram.
Ayodhya, the Incarnation Land of ShriRamji, is also situated on the National Highway No. 28 which is merely 103 Km away from 'Purushottam Dham Ashram'. Ayodhya, being very significant Religious City is also connected with almost all major cities of India for which the nearest railway station is Faizabad. One may approach 'Purushottam Dham Ashram' from Ayodhya by state transport, private buses, jeeps, three-wheelers or by hired vehicles. There are three ways to reach the Ashram.
1. By Road : Ayodhya to Bhitaria to Deviganj to Siddhaur to 'Purushottam Dham Ashram'.
2. By Road : Ayodhya to Bhitaria to Mohammadpur to Siddhaur to 'Purushottam Dham Ashram'.
3. By Train : Ayodhya/Faizabad to Barabanki to Jaidpur to Siddhaur to 'Purushottam Dham Ashram'.
Any hungry, grieved or orphan of whatsoever sex, caste, creed, colour, sect or dogmas, may get shelter in 'Purushottam Dham Ashram' without any differentiation. For such a person, labour is not necessary, however, self control, honesty and truthfulness are but compulsory. Orphan children are compulsorily given education in the Ashram. Self Realization, Spiritualization and Tattvagyan are, however, on their willings only. Foodings, clothings, copies, books, medicines etc. etc. are all suitably available with necessary residential facilities.