The Naam Yog Sadhna Mandir was built for Swami, Jai Gurudev who runs a charitable trust and preaches a simple way of life wherein people adopt vegetarianism and practice to rise above vices such as lust, anger, greed, attachment and egoism.
The domes and elegant pillars of the mandir are typical of Hindu architecture.
The temple is famous for its yearly Bhaandara festival where food is cooked and distributed amongst the pilgrims and the poor. The mandir runs a trust that works for the upliftment of the needy and provides free medical aid. The trust also runs a school for the marginalized section of the society. No fees are charged for these services.