Gorakhnath Temple is named after the famous yogi, Gorakshanath, who travelled across India and wrote many scriptures on which the ‘Nath Sampradaya’ is established. The temple is situated in Uttar Pradesh state, close to the border of Nepal. Devotees flock here during Makar Sankranti and pay their offerings on the tomb of the saint, which is made completely of white marble. The temple is spread over a big land. There is also a pond in the vicinity where believers take a dip to wash away their sins. Once you enter the temple you will sense a feeling of divine peace and fulfillment will fill your heart. It is common belief that one, who is a true devotee of the saint and chants Gorakhnath Chalisa is blessed with a miraculous fire within him, which helps him to overcome any obstacle. The sect believes that there exists no castes and believes in equality. The current chief priest, Yogi Adityanath, has been able to instigate a fire in the minds of the youth to give back to the society in bundles and believe in oneness.