Upasana Dham, Amdavad
This temple was built in 2017. A celebration from 31st jan & 1st feb 2017 marked the opening of the temple and the ceremonious installation and consecration of the deities. The temple is home to the marble deities of Shree Gunatitanand Swami, Lord Swaminarayan and Shree Gopalanand Swami.
There are several spiritual activities held at Upasana Dham-Amdavad
These camps are organized for all ages (age groups), periodically throughout the year, aiming at upliftment of life (soul) in all aspects. This is preached by selfless service to God, one’s family and our community with highest values of religious tolerance (charity/acceptance), non-violence and love.
Under the guidance of Sant Bhagwant Sahebji, vratdhari santo and disciples regularly undertake religious tours to various pilgrim places across the country.
- Every Friday from 09:00 PM to 10:30 PM
- Bal Sabha on every Friday from 09:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Vratdhari sadhaks and devotees of Anoopam Mission orchestra an evening full of devotional singing with harmonious music on Last Sunday of Every Month from 04:30 PM onwards at GLS Auditorium, GLS Campus, Opposite Law Garden, Ellisbridge, Amadavad.
Celebration of religious festivals
Anoopam Mission celebrates with devotion, all major Hindu festivals including auspicious days of Swaminarayan saints and events.
- Patotsav – 1st February
- Vasant Panchami – Brahmaswarup Shatriji Maharaj Jayanti
- March – Sant Bhagwant Sahebji Maharaj Pragatyotsav
- Shree Hari Jayanti / Ramnavmi
- Vaishak Vad Barash – Brahmaswarup Yogiji Maharaj Jayanti
- Shree Krishna Janmashtami
- Hindola Utsav
- Jal Jhilni Ekadashi Utsav
- Sharad Purnima, Aksharbrahm Shree Gunatitanand Swami Jayanti
- Diwali Celebration – Shree Lakshmi Pujan, Shree Sharda Pujan, Annakut Darshan
Padhramni, Mahapuja and Prayer at devotees homes
‘Padramanis’ are personal visits made by Guruvarya Sant Bhagwant Sahebji and Vratdhari sadhaks to the homes and businesses of devotees. They regularly travel across country for Mahapuja, prayers and impart comfort and guidance where required.
Yogi Youth Camp
Drawing children age of 5 to 15 years old., this camp provides youth with support and encouragement while promoting spiritual and cultural values. The camp is a fun event consisting of discourse, discussion groups and debates along with sport, games and cultural activities. Moral values and the ideal of service to one’s fellow human beings and the larger community are instilled. The camp continues to be a huge success with youth.