The Swaminarayan Sampraday is a Bhakti Sampraday founded by Lord Swaminarayan on 31 December 1801 CE. It belongs to the Vaishnav tradition and represents the purest form of the Hindu religion. It focuses its faith on salvation through total devotion - bhakti - to the Supreme God developed through dharma, jnan and vairagya
(righteousness, knowledge and detachment). For more info try: www.mandir.org or www.swaminarayan.org
Jayesh is a Swaminarayan
Swaminarayans will attain salvation in Akshardham
Bapa is the only true Guru present in the world.
by Jayesh Patel December 13, 2004
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It's comprised of two words 'Swami' and 'Narayan' where Swami is 'Ideal Devotee' and Narayan is 'Supreme God' Himself. This is a 'Bhakti' sampraday.
Bhagwan Swaminarayan established this sampraday so that every individual on this earth may attain salvation. At present the true saint following the principles of Bhagwan Swaminarayan is Pragat Brahmswarup Pramukh Swami Maharaj. He is the head of BAPS - Bochasanwasi Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha.
by Sulabh Patel June 08, 2005

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