This day marks the marriage of Lord Vishnu (Shaligram) with Tulsi Devi. Vrinda, the daughter of Kushdhvaj, married the son of the Ocean Demi-God, Jaalandhar. Vrinda was very beautiful and chaste wife (Pativrata). This made Jaalandhar very powerful. He started harassing pious being all over the world with his atrocities. Once he saw Devi Parvati […]
We are writing Mahamantra Lekhan books for our 10th Anniversary celebrations. If you would like to take part in this Bhajan, please submit your request of Mahamantra book and we will let you know when it will be ready to collect from Mandir.
On the occasion of the 10th Anniversary celebrations for Shree Swaminarayan Temple Melbourne we will be performing additional Bhajan to please our Ghanshyam Maharaj. Please see below poster for more details and don’t forget to log your Bhajan at:- 10 Years Niyam
Kali means dark and Chaudas means 14th i.e. The Dark Fourteenth. This day is also referred to as Narakchaturdashi and Roopchaturdashi. In the 85th verse (slokh) of the Shikshapatri, Lord Shree Swaminarayan instructs His devotees to chant prayers of Hanuman or Narayan Kavach in times of distress from spirits and ghosts. Furthermore in the 127th verse He […]
Dhanteras is celebrated on Ashvin/Aaso Vad 13, which marks the beginning of the five day long celebration of the Diwali festival. This day is also celebrated as Dhanvantari Triyodashi/Dhanvantari Jayanti. Lord Dhanvantari is the 12th incarnation and one of the plenary portion of Purushottam Narayan (Amsh avatar). His advent is described within the 12th chapter […]