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Ashram at the end of the hill at Kachibadham in Kachirajpur district of Uttar Pradesh.

The ashrama at Kochrab Ashram in Karunadha district of the state is a private residence and was built with money from a fund to fund the ashram at a cost of over Rs 20 crore.

But the ashrama is not quite as luxurious as its name implies.

According to Ashram owners, it has two-storeyed walls, and the rooms are furnished with mattresses, sofas, a television and a gymnasium.

The facility is in a secluded spot.

A few metres away is a circular park that has a small pond.

The property, which is called Kachiba Kachabha, is owned by Ashram devotees and was converted into an ashram in 2008.

In 2013, the state government bought the property and installed the ashrams gate.

The government has also provided funds to upgrade the ashrars hall, which was also constructed with funds from the fund.

But as per the new owners, the renovations will not be completed till next year.

“After the renovations, the ashrar will become a private residential area.

It will have its own toilets and a spa,” said Kachurabhayar Sengupta, president of the asharams.

The state government is yet to give the details of the total cost of the renovation.

“We have spent Rs 20,000 on the building and the work has already begun.

We will do the renovations on time and it will be done by March 31, 2018.

We have built a large hall, the floor of which is covered with mats.

This is all thanks to the government,” he added.

The state government, however, denied the claims.

“We are not planning any new projects at this ashram,” said Arun Jain, the special commissioner of Kachagadham.

The official said the state had given a green signal to the Ashram Trust to complete the renovations in time.