Swami Narayan Temple, Kalupur, Ahmedabad

Situated at Kalupur in Ahmedabad, the Swami Narayan Temple, Ahmedabad is one of the most important temples in Gujarat and world over. Considered to be one of the famous holy places in Ahmedabad, the Swami Narayan Temple, Ahmedabad is a major attraction for pilgrims, devotees and tourists from all over. 

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It was S.G. Ananadanand Swami who arranged to built this first temple of the Swaminarayan sect. From intricate designs in Burma teak to the exotic sculptures of mythological characters adds to the beauty of this age old temple in Gujarat. Lord Narnarayandev is worshipped here in the Swami Narayan Temple in Ahmedabad.

Located in the heart of the city, the Swami Narayan Temple, Ahmedabad has intricately crafted wooden carvings that attract the art lovers and tourists from everywhere. The unique architecture of the Swami Narayan Temple in Ahmedabad is simply a class apart in excellence and beauty. The different features of Gujarati art and culture can be found in the designs of Swami Narayan Temple, Ahmedabad. Just behind the Relief Road, the towering structure of Swami Narayan Temple, Ahmedabad with its huge and beautiful domes attracts tourists from everywhere.

Nestled amidst acres of sprawling greenery, the Swami Narayan Temple, Ahmedabad is one of the major tourist attractions of Ahmedabad. Resembling a traditional Gujarati mansion there are nine tombs located on the southern side of the temple. These tombs are known as 'Nau Gaz Pir' or the 'Nine Yard Saints'.

The idols worshipped here are Lord Narnarayandev, Lord Radhakrishna Dev, Lord Dharmadev-Bhakti Mata and Hari Krishna Maharaj. Besides this Lord Shri Ji Maharaj, Lord Balswaroop Ghanshyam Maharaj and Lord Ghanshyam Maharaj are some of the idols who are worshipped in the Swami Narayan Temple, Ahmedabad.

The mansion of the Swami Narayan Temple, Ahmedabad is the official residence of H.H. Acharya Maharaj of Shri Narnarayandev Desh. In the interiors of the temple the female spiritual leaders of the Swami Narayan sect arrange for religious gatherings.





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