Shravan Sud 4, Tuesday 14 Aug 2018

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This month | Hindola Utsav | This festival marks numerous occasions where Lord Swaminarayan was placed on a swing and rocked to fro for the pleasure of the Satsangis. There are two prominent stories. Once when Lord Swaminarayan was staying in Vadtal, a decorative swing was tied between two mango trees. Satsangi's rocked | Read more



Tomorrow | India Independance Day | It is a national holiday in India commemorating the nation's independence from British rule on 15 August 1947. India attained independence following an independence movement noted for largely nonviolent resistance and civil disobedience led by the Indian National Congress (INC)



22/08/2018 | Pavitra Ekadashi |



26/08/2018 | Raksha Bandhan | Raksha Bandhan celebration, started tens of thousands of years ago . Bhavishya Puran cites a story that the devas once battled with the danavas (demons) for twelve years. However, the devas lost, including the mighty Indra. So they prepared to fight again. On this occasion, Indrani tied a raksha (protection) | Read more


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Recent events


25/03/2018 | Ramnavmi & Swaminarayan Jayanti
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated Ramnavmi and Swaminarayan Jayanti on Sunday 25th March 2018 Read more | Pictures »

 

03/03/2018 | Fuldol Utsav, NarNarayan Dev Jayanti
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated NarNarnarayan Dev Jayanti, Fuldol Utsav on Saturday 3rd March 2018 Read more | Pictures »

 

24/02/2018 | Laxman's Circle
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff Yuvak Mandal hosted an event called Laxman's Circle on Saturday 24th February 2018 where all Yuvaks took part in the activities. Pictures »

 

13/02/2018 | Maha Shivratri
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated Maha Shivratri on Tuesday 13th February 2018 Read more | Pictures »

 

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Shikshapatri Shlock 142


Cows and other cattle shall be maintained only if they can take care properly with fodder, water etc. but not otherwise.

અને ગાય, બળદ, ભેંસ, ઘોડા, આદિક જે પશુ તેમની તૃણ જળાદિકે કરીને પોતાવતે જો સંભાવના થાય તો તે પશુને રાખવા અને જો સંભાવના ન થાય તો ન રાખવા.

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