Ashram Bhajan, a small ashram in the capital of Madhya Pradesh state, is now closed after the central government shut it down because of religious extremism.

The temple’s main building was moved to the temple complex in Bijapur.

The Ashram was built in the 16th century.

But the building, called the Ashram Bhajanshwar, was taken down because the temple was known to be a hub for extremist groups.

Bhajannashram was shut down in 2017.

The ashram was one of the biggest of the 13 in the state and it had been run by the same Ashram Madhavaram ashram since 2014.

This is not the first time the Madhya Muslims community has had problems with extremism.

There was a huge controversy in 2009 when a group of young Muslims from the city of Bijpura allegedly threw a grenade at a bus carrying a Hindu group to a nearby temple.

They were later arrested and sentenced to seven years in jail.

The temple had to close in 2012 after a Hindu mob attacked it.

The Madhya Muslim community is a minority community in the area and they have been targeted by the central and state governments for years.

In 2017, the central minister of the Madhyamvira Raje government, Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi, ordered the closure of the ashrams in the city.

He said that all institutions, including religious institutions and the Madhvira Hindu temple, were to be closed on September 1, 2018.

The ban on religious institutions is a major reason behind the closure.

The government has also imposed a ban on the worship of idols in the temples and other religious sites.

Ashram Bhakar, located in the village of Jhansi, is located on the outskirts of the city where Muslims congregate to celebrate Ashwamedhi.

It is a small temple with a small mosque and a small market.

It was founded in 1836 and it was built on the basis of a mosque.

The mosque had been built by the Ashwamdev temple in 1834.