Manavta Mandir or Be Man Temple in Hoshiarpur, Punjab, India was established in 1962 by Baba Faqir Chand (1886-1981).[1] In order to carry forward the mission of his religion of humanity, Faqir, with the financial help from Seth Durga Das established the temple which remained his center of activity till he died in 1981.[2][3] The temple houses a statue of his guru, Shiv Brat Lal and portraits of other prominent gurus of Sant Mat, Radha Soami Mat and Sufi Mat.

Prior to the foundation of Manavta Mandir, his Holiness Param Dayalji Maharaj used to give Satsang at the residence of Master Mohan Lal every month. Seth Durga Dass Ji of Chandigarh, who was also follower of Data Dayal Ji Maharaj and used to record the discourses of Param Dayal Ji Maharaj, offered Rs. 22000/- to purchase the land for the purpose.

Sh. Narain Dass Dogra, Master Mohan Lal, his sons Baldev Sharma Sh. Hajari Lal, Sh. Lal Singh, village Jhawan, Dr. Darshan Singh of village Deriwal, Master Kundan Lal of village Singhpur and many more contributed for this Noble Cause.

About 2 acres of land was purchased on Sutehri Road. The foundation pillar was installed by His Holiness himself.

Initially one Hall, one rest room for His Holiness and one langer room (kitchen), were constructed. The statue of Maharishi Shiv Brat Lal Ji Maharaj which was reverently preserved at 18, Railway Mandi, the residence of Param Dayal Ji was installed in this Hall on the eastern side with a beautiful canopy. On the Northern wall was fixed the inspiring photograph of Baba Sawan Singh Ji Maharaj of Dera Baba Jaimal Singh Ji for whom Param Dayal Ji Maharaj had great reverence. On the western side of the Hall was arranged seat for His Holiness to give Sat Sang, which is maintained as such even today.