Kainchi Dham! The Steve Jobs and the Mark Zuckerberg Temple






Apple is today one of the world’s largest companies. On Tuesday, Apple launched its new iPhone. On this occasion, we are telling you about Steve Jobs who started Apple, who was preparing for retirement. Today Apple has reached the peak, he would never reach if Steve had taken retirement.





We are telling you about the temple of India, where Steve got inspiration to start Apple. Today the value of this company is 48 lakh crores.




Steve Jobs came to India in 1973. Worried by the turmoil of his life, Steve had come here with the intention of retirement, but after reaching the temple of Neem Karoli Baba in Nainital in Uttarakhand, everything changed for him.




Steve had arrived with his friend Dan in India. Both of them wanted to meet Neim Karoli Baba, but Neem Karoli Baba was dead till both of them came here. After this, Steve came to the temple and he meditated here.




While living in the temple, he got inspiration that instead of taking him back, he should return to his country of America and do something. He came to mind why not start a company. This kind of Apple company was born.





Steve Jobs was so impressed with Neim Karoli Baba and his temple that he also instructed Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to go to this temple. This temple helped to change the thinking of Mark and that he could take Facebook to a new position.




Apple is today one of the world’s most prestigious companies. Its net worth is more than Rs 48 lakh crore. According to a Forbes report, the speed at which Apple is growing can soon become a $ 1 trillion company.



The temple of Neem Karoli Baba is located in Nainital. Here is the temple of Hanuman. The name of the ashram is here in the name of the late Neem Karoli Baba. Many tales of his propaganda resonate in the arguments here. Every year lakhs of people reach here for their vision

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One thought on “Kainchi Dham! The Steve Jobs and the Mark Zuckerberg Temple

  • September 15, 2017 at 5:02 am

    does it mean this temple is magical or what….i had love to visit this temple


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