Here are some pictures displayed from the 33rd Baithak of Mahaprabhuji, located at Champarayan, 60 km away from Raipur in Madhya Pradesh.
This is known as the Chati Baithak.
There are pictures of the Sarvottam Van also, which is located close to the two Baithaks at Champarayan
Champaran-Chati Baithak-No 33
On the sixth day after his birth, the birth ceremonies of Shri Vallabhacharya took place here.
Hence known as Chati Baithak.
This is close to the Prakatya Baithakji.
There is a Yagya shala at Champaryana, where Mahaprabhuji’s father had performed Yagnas.
Sarvottam Sutra Van
It is also known as the Raas Leela Van.
It is spread in 16 acres.
You can also visit Sarvottam Sutra Van, Its a Museum where Paintings depicting the life of Mahaprabhu Vallabhacharya are kept.
Also there is a sort of jungle attached to it, where some sacred trees yet survive. the guide there will take you on a tour.
Baithaks in Pushtimarg religion are holy places where Shri Vallabhacharya, the founder of Pushtimarg, narrated the Holy Bhagvad Katha. They are total 84 in number and spread all over the country.
Mahaprabhuji had circled the whole of India three times and done sthapna of these various Baithaks.
Each Baithak has its own particular Charitr (description).
Baithaks are holy places where there is no Idol or Chitra (Picture); seva is done of Gaddi (Seating).
Mahaprabhuji, Shri Vallabhacharya was born in the VS 1535 or AD1478.
It was on Vaishak Vad Giyaras (11th) in Vikram Samvat 1535, or AD 1478; in Satbhisha Nakshatra on a Thursday; during the Abhijit mahurat, 12.40-1.00 in the afternoon; when ShreeNathji’s Lotus Face Appeared from Govardhan to give His divya Darshan to the lucky people of the village; According to Shree Krishn’s desire, on the same day but in the Abhijit mahurat, 12.40-1.00 at night, Shree Vallabhacharya also appeared at Champaran in a ring of fire.
(Details of Shri Vallabhacharya life and teachings,can be read on my website: http://www.shreenathjibhakti.org
Details on the Baithaks can be read on website: http://www.vallabhkankroli.org/