Swaminarayan sampraday is about The Original Swaminarayan Sampraday consist of Vadtal and Ahmedabd gadi as established by Lord Swaminarayan Him-Self. The website contains Shree Swaminarayan darshan, names of both gadi acharya, uniqueness of Swaminarayan Sampraday.

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    Swaminarayan Sampraday (Devnagari: स्वामीनारायण सम्प्रदाय, Gujarati: સ્વમિનારાયણ સમ્પ્રદય,IAST: Svāmīnārāyaṇa sampradāya), known previously as the Uddhav Sampraday, is a Hindusect established by Swaminarayan (or Sahajanand Swami) (April 2, 1781 – June 1, 1830). Swaminarayan was handed the leadership of the Uddhav Sampraday by his guru, Ramanand Swami, to continue to propagate the teachings and philosophy of Vishishtadvaita, which originates from the Sri swaminarayan Sampradaya. Under the leadership of Swaminarayan, the movement gained strength and at the time of his death, there were 1.8 million followers ...

  • Shri Harikrishna Maharaj Vadtal

    Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Vadtal headquarters of the Shri LaxmiNarayan Dev Gadi are located in this temple in Vadtal. There are three main shrines in the temple the central shirne of this temple is that of Lakshmi Narayan. On the right there is an image of Radha Krishna with Swaminarayan in the form of Hari Krishna and the left has Vasudev, Dharma and Bhakti. The wooden pillars of the temple bear colourful wood carvings. There is a dharamsala within the temple premises. Gnanbaug is a garden to the northwest of the temple gate that has four memorials dedicated to Swaminarayan. shri swaminarayan sampraday his very nice and this word is allmost people his swaminarayan sampraday. Satsang in Detroit began after His Holiness 1008 Shri Tejendraprasadji Maharaj’s inaugural visit to the USA in 1978. After many years of effort, the satsangi’s of Detroit established a magnificent home for Shri Harikrishna Maharaj. Mauris elit. Donec neque. ...

  • Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul Memnagar, Ahmedada

    Imparting knowledge is the greatest charity. Because of high infaltion in these days. many poor children are not fortunate enough to get it. The illiterate society can never make progress. With this intention Pujya Gurudev started the work of imparting education along with high learing and valu-based teaching at Ahmedabad before 40 years ago. Nearly 250 students belonging to rural area are getting the contemporary education along with values at reasonable amount of fee. The congregations which enhance the talent and aesthetic sense of students are organized here. The skills such as sports, elocation, dance etc are getting momentum under the guidance of saints. Apart from academic activities the spiritual movements are also conducted at large scale. The congregation of youth wing, women wing and children are arranged from time to time. The event related functions, spirual gatherings heighten the values of life.

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Lord Swaminarayan directed all His disciples- Tyagis and Gruhasthas who were learned and were writers and poets to devote their time in writing books and composing Kirtans. He asserted that, good literature is one which prescribes in details the philosophy and customs of the Sampraday and which describes the divine life of God Supreme. This kind of literature promotes the welfare of the members of the Sampraday. But before giving these directions to the learned members, Lord Swaminarayan Himself wrote Shikshapatri in Sanskrit on the 5th day of bright half of Maha of Samvat year 1882, at Vadtal. Shikshapatri, a small book-contains only 212 verses in Anustup Chhand.Swaminarayan Sampraday history is to all shashtra of mening  and reading very inportant.

Though it is addressed and written for the well-being of the members of the Sampraday, it is equally very useful and beneficial to others also. It may be definitely said that any one, whether he be a member of the Sampraday or otherwise, who follows sincerely the dictates of Shikshapatri, without doubt, becomes happy and prosperous in this life and life here-after. It describes in minute details the duties of the followers- Acharyas, Tyagis, Gruhasthas and females. But non-members can also follow them with ease and advantage.

Shikshapatri means Hit-tam Updesh. The word Hit-tam means ultimate real well-being in life here and in life here-after. It is a gross mistake to treat Shikshapalri as merely a book of Does and Don'ts for the followers of the Sampraday. Satangis even today treat Shikshapatri as direct orders from the divine mouth of Lord Swaminarayan

First ten verses are introductory; then seventy verses explain duties common to all; then ten verses give the names of other Shastras which have been accepted as dearer to Lord Swaminarayan. Then fifteen verses explain philosophic terms and unique monotheism propounded In the Sampraday. The rest then describes special duties or Acharyas, Gruhasthas, Females and Tyagis i.e. Sadhus, Brahmcharies and Parshads. The last ten verses describe Falashruti or SHIKSHAPATRI.

There are only three works in the Sampraday written by Lord Swaminarayan Himself. First is the summary of six Shastras- namely Bhagvat, Bhagvad-Gita, VidoorNeeti, VishunusahastraNaam, VasudevMahatmya, YajnavalkyaSmruti, which was prepared by Him for His daily reading, when He was only ten years old. Second is a letter He wrote to Ramanand Swami on the fifth day or dark half of Falgun of Samvat year 1856 and third is His Shikshapatri.

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