Wednesday, September 27, 2017

* Swaminarayan Temples Of The Swaminarayan Sect of Gujarat, Scattered All Around Western India


Images of Swaminarayan Temples, are posted right below the following brief write-up. Please don't miss viewing these architectural magics, before shifting online elsewhere.

Swaminarayan, the founder of the Swaminarayan Sampraday, of, established temples, as part of his philosophy of theism and deity worship. These Temples are known as Swaminarayan Hindu Mandir. He constructed nine temples in the cities of Ahmedabad, Bhuj, Muli, Vadtal, Junagadh, Dholera, Dholka, Gadhpur & Jetalpur in the West Indian State of Gujarat. In these temples, he installed images of various Hindu Gods.

One of the most prominent features of the heritage of Swaminarayan is Temple Architecture
Swaminarayan Temples, like other Hindu Temples, have walkways around the Central Shrine, to allow worshipers to circumambulate the Shrine. These are often decorated with designs and inlaid marble.
Today there are over one thousand Swaminarayan Temples, spread across five continents.
More information on Swaminarayan Temples, with web-links to the sources of the following sacred images of Swaminarayan Sect of Gujarat, will follow soon. Stay tuned, & please don't miss the joy of exploring the countless Holy places of all Religions, all sects & all sub-sects of Secular India, at least virtually first, to begin with the Indian Spiritual Journey.

Yogee Swaminarayan was the Founder of this Hindu Religious Sect of Western India.

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