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03/11/2014 | Dev Prabhodhini Ekadashi | On this Ekadashi day the period of Chaturmaas, during which satsangis take special niyams, ends. Lord Vishnu has been resting in an ocean of milk (Kshirsagar) and he awakens on this day. He has also been standing guard at the door of King Bali and on this day his duty ends and he returns to his abode | Read more

06/11/2014 | Tulsi Vivah | Once there was a king by the name of Kushdhavaj. He was a true devotee of God. He had two daughters who were devout Satsangi's, one by the name of Vrunda and another named Vedavanti. From a very young age, both had renounced the material world and were fully devoted to God. Vrunda and Vedavanti decided that they wanted God Himself to be their true husband | Read more

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23/10/2014 | Diwali
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated Diwali on Thursday 23rd October 2014 Read more | Pictures »


22/10/2014 | Kali Chaudas
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated Kali Chaudas on Wednesday 22nd October 2014 Read more | Pictures »


01/09/2014 | Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff - Patotsav Celebrations
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated their 32nd Patotsav celebrations from Monday 1st September to Sunday 7th September 2014. Watch Playback | View images for: Day 1 : Day 2 : Day 3 : Day 4 : Day 5 : Day 6 : Day 7 : Pictures »


17/08/2014 | Shree Krishna Janmastmi
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated Shree Krishna Janmastmi on Sunday 17th August 2014. Read more | Pictures »


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Shikshapatri Shlock 73

My follower shall not indulge in acts which are contrary to the scriptural tenets, however fruitful they may be, for one's Swadharma alone can yield all the desired results.

અને ઘણુંક છે ફળ જેને વિષે એવું પણ જે કર્મ તૈ જો ધર્મ રહિત હોય, તો તેનું આચરણ ન જ કરવું, કેમ જે ધર્મ છે તેજ સર્વ પુરુષાર્થનો આપનારો છે, માટે કોઇક ફળના લોભે કરીને ધર્મનો ત્યાગ ન કરવો.

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