Shri Swami Narayan Mandir
Swaminarayan Sampraday is a Hindu sect that is based on Vishishtadvaita, the most famous variety of schools of Hindu philosophy. Swaminarayan temple of Kalupur is one of the most highly revered and significant sacred shrine for the members of this sect. Richly decorated temple draws several tourists to admire the intricate beauty of the carvings and experience its ethereal atmosphere.The ground floor of the front side, houses the offices an idol of Ghanshyam Maharaj has been Installation in this temple. This temple focus on maintaing the indian culture, family unity and ideals of hindu faith.
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6:00 AM - 8:30 PM
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Interesting facts about Shree Swaminarayan Mandir
This temple has a very good collection of paintings and sculptures that are a source of the tourists attraction. Additionaly festivals This temple has a very good collection of paintings and sculptures that are a source of the tourists attraction.
There are different aarties that are performed on daily basis, it starts with the mangal aarti at 6 a.m followed by sanghar aarti, rajbhog aarti, sandhya aarti and shayan aarti.
Swaminarayan Temple of Kalupur is the earliest of the temples built by the Swaminarayan Sampraday in 1822.Swaminarayan Sampraday is categorized into two sections namely the NarNarayan Dev Gadi and the LakshmiNarayan Dev Gadi. Swaminarayan Temple at Kalupur serves as the headquarters of the NarNarayan Dev Gadi.Swaminarayan designed to build the first temple of their sect and entrusted the task to a great saint Ananandanand Swamy, who was a paramhansa and a strong follower of Swaminarayan. As the British government wanted to build a railway station in Kalupur, the temple authorities returned a part of the land and in return received 1000 acres of land in Narayan Nagar Village. The temple was built on 5000 acres of land.