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Garbhagruh – Swaminarayan Akshardham Gujarat

By his talks, there was a change of heart even of wicked persons and they were inspired to lead noble life. Rupjibhai came to Gadhada. He worked and guided many followers to spread the Swaminarayan Sampraday. No one could put a constructive argument against him.

Premanand Swami was born to Hindu parents who abandoned gopalannand at a young age. These were Muli, Vadtal and Junagadh. He thought he could convince Laduba to get married but the reverse happened. He was born into a Gaoud Yajurvedi Brahmin family. He therefore instructed Gopalanand Swami not saami inform Brahmanand Swami about his death till after the cremation of his mortal remains. He was married to Adityabai and had two children Harisankar and Anupamba though he felt no attachment.


Because Shukanand Topalanand was a very good writer who would not miss anything, Lord Swaminarayan appointed him to write personal and private letters.

Sadguru Shree Gopalanand Swami ni Vato

Torda is surrounded by mountains. Vaho Swami pursued deep study and showed great interest of grammar, Indian philosophy of Nyaya and Vedanta. His name was later changed to Premanand Swami, due to his extreme love for Lord. When the Swaminarayan died Gadhadhayearhe left responsibility of the Swaminarayan Sampraday and the Acharyas in his hands.

He supervised the building of 3 magnificent temples. Shivji and Parvatiji together form the central deity of Saivism. Premanand Swami left a legacy of over four thousand kirtans. His father was called Shambhudan Barot Charan and his mother was called Laluba.

His father was an audichiya brahminMotiram Sharma and his mother was Kushaladevi Thakar. He is still alive with divine body,along with hanumanji, in salangpur.

Muktanand Swami was known for his caring demeanor, similar to love of a mother, as he was willing to accept, accommodate, and forgive the flaws of younger sadhus and devotees.

Bhumanand Swami was a sincere and devoted person and composed many kirtans about bhakti.

Bhagwan Swamianrayan was very happy with on him on the account of his ever readiness to serve the sick Saints and thus setting up an ideal example for the same.

He was obeying Naishtik Brahamchari celibacy rules.


When Swaminarayan returned to his abode Gadhadhayearhe left responsibility of the Swaminarayan Sampraday and the Acharyas in his hands and he looked after the satsang after the death of swaminarayan. Parvatiji is the goddess embodying love and fertility. Rupjibhai lived in Vadhvan, he was a sincere and devoted man.

Gopalanand Swami

He was possessing all saintly virtues. There seemed to be no field which he could swwmi master, ranging from Sanskrit and scriptures to mandir architecture. Shri Radha-Krishna are a celebrated divine pair within Hinduism and more particularly Vaishnavism.

Brahmanand Swami died in Muli VS He met Lord Swaminarayan. Rupjibhai later wrote the following kirtan describing this scene: He went Kashi to learn and acquire knowledge from JagjitPandit. gopalannd

Gopalanand Swami stood infront of Hanumanji and concentrated his powers into the murti and suddenly Hanumanji began to move.

On this status also, he used to render services even cleaning and assisting construction work in the temple. Yogiji Maharaj was the fourth spiritual successor.

His universal wisdom,compassion for humanity and striking simplicity touched many religious and national leaders.