Ramapurs ashram is the oldest and most important ashram of the Gaurava Gavite dynasty in Bihar.
The Ramapulam Ashram is an ashram for the Gauri Vaikunya sect, the dominant RSS ideology in the state.
The Gauri Vishnu devotees, also known as the “Nawazis”, are followers of the Ramayana and Ramayanas, two epic Indian religious texts that have been translated into English.
Their followers believe in reincarnation of the Hindu god, Vishnu, who has been reborn as the goddess Ram.
Ramapuru was the seat of the sect’s holy temple, and the Gavites ruled from the 8th century until their demise in the 14th century.
Gauravanji Gavish was the chief of the ruling Gauri Vichara clan, a powerful family whose family and dynasty is still widely worshipped in Bihar, and its ashram was the home of his ancestors.
The Ramapu ashram has been targeted by a brutal gang-rapes in which one young man, Gauravet, was killed.
The two young RSS activists, who were studying in Bihar’s Gauravi village, were shot dead after an argument in a bus station in Gauravidpur district on February 15, 2009.
The victims were aged 16 and 15, and their bodies were found the next day in the forest.
Gaurav Gadgil and Satyendra Chandra, the two young boys, were members of the group that shot Gauriv Gadgil dead and the bodies of Satyendranath Yadav, Gauri Yadav and Raman Yadav were found in the same area.
Gauri was the youngest and youngest of the two.
Ramayan was killed at the same place in 2009.
Satydevra was the only survivor.
Gavita Yadav was killed in a hit-and-run near her ashram.
Satyaendra’s mother, Ramana Devi, who lives in the village, was the last to hear of the news.
“It was just after midnight.
We got a call that someone had shot the two boys,” she told The Times of India.
“I thought it was a local gang.
My son and I rushed to the spot and found the bodies,” Ramana said.
“When we reached the spot, there was no trace of them.
We rushed back to the village and called my son and said, ‘You need to come and see us.’
He came with me and found my son lying on the road,” she said.
Raman told the newspaper, “We are still waiting for answers.
I have not heard any news of them since then.”
Ramapurama Ashram, in Gurugram, was also targeted.
The bodies of Gaurva Gadgil, Satyesh Yadav are seen in the ashram where they were shot.
The incident took place in the middle of the night.
“We have never heard of a case like this,” said the Gharakarayanath, the local BJP leader.
Gopinath Munde, the district administration official, told The Indian Express that the incident took “a violent turn” after the young men were shot at a bus stop in Gharkur village.
“The assailants had already killed another two people.
When they realised we were trying to save the lives of the victims, they started firing indiscriminately,” he said.