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Today | Vasant Panchmi, Shikshapatri Jayanti | Bhagwan Shree Swaminarayan wrote "Shikshapatri" on Maha Sud 5 (Vasant Panchami), Samvat 1882 (Monday, February 12, 1826 A.D. ) in Vadtal. There are 212 Shloks in Shikshapatri. The Shikshapatri was then translated to Gujarati by Nityanand Swami. Watch in English : Watch in Gujarati | Read more



24/01/2018 | Saak Utsav | Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff will be celebrating Saak Utsav on Wednesday 24th January 2018 from 6:00PM onwards | More info | Read more



26/01/2018 | India Republic Day | While India's Independence Day celebrates its freedom from British Rule, Republic Day celebrates the coming into force of its constitution. The main Republic Day celebration is held in the national capital, New Delhi, at the Rajpath before the President of India. Celebrations are also held with varying degrees of formality in state capitals, where the governor of the state unfurls the Flag



28/01/2018 | Jaya Ekadashi | It states in Padma Puran that keeping the vratt of Jaya Ekadashi earns immense benediction for anyone. The rewards include the fulfilment of desires, destruction of great sins and ultimately, help one to progress on the path of salvation. Once in the Kingdom of Indra (swarag), Lord of the demi-gods, King Indra in company with other devtas went out for a leisurely walk in the jungle of | Read more


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20/10/2017 | Ankoot Utsav (New Years Day)
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02/10/2017 | Installation of Mahatma Gandhi's statue in Cardiff
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Shikshapatri Shlock 22


None shall ever accept prasad of a deity to whom offering of meat and/or liquor–wine are offered and /or before whom goats and/or other living beings are sacrificed.

જે દેવતાને સુરા અને માંસનું નૈવેધ થતું હોય અને વળી જે દેવતાની આગળ બકરા જીવની હિંસા થતી હોય તે દેવતાનું નૈવેધન ખાવું.

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