Maha Shivratri - 27th February 2014
Swaminarayan Bhagwan has considered Lord Shiva as one of the five pious gods and whose festival is one of the 29 vrats and which should be done with utmost devotion, especially by way of a mandatory full fast by those able to do so.
The festival of Mahashivaratri is the most important festival for the millions of devotees of Lord Shiva. The festival has been accorded lot of significance in Hindu mythology. It says that a devotee who performs sincere worship of Lord Shiva on the auspicious day of Shivratri is absolved of sins.....
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Vasant Panchmi - 4th February 2014
10:00AM: There will be Shikshapatri poojan after the morning sabha
5:45PM to 8:00PM: Shikshapatri recital followed by Raas Utsav
Lord Swaminarayan has in 212 verses given us the key for living a happy life leading to moksha. Shreeji maharaj has written the Shikshapatri, not only for his followers or for gods, rishis or humans but for the welfare of all...
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We purchased the Ghansham Education Centre in 1999 and have converted the office building into a school building for the use by the nursery and other education activities for our use.
We build our first floor extension to the existing temple building in 2005 with a new banqueting hall namely Nilkanth Hall.
We have recently acquired two new buildings namely Cunningham House and Jetha House, which are both located adjacent to the existing temple property.
The temple building committee volunteers had been working on trying to get the education building extended since 2008 had submitted planning permission for a new three storey building to be built in the existing grounds of the Education building. These plans were approved in 2010 and the volunteers had been refining the designs to ensure a successful purpose made building was build. The main committee had agreed to procure the buiding project in two phases so that the shell was built by a Principle main contractor and the internal fit out was to be done by the temple devotees and volunteers. The project has been tendered and procured on this basis. In accordance with our tradition, to mark a auspicious start to our construction project the temple held Bhumi Poojan and Khat Muhrat (land purification prayers) to ensure that our new construction works are undertaken without any hindrance and obstacles and completed successfully.