Pramukh Jyoti Udyan (Glow Garden)
Pramukh Swami Maharaj lit the lives of countless souls with the rays of faith and devotion. As an eternal tribute to this, a glow garden – ’Pramukh Jyoti Udyan’ – has been created. This glow garden has been divided into six themes: Bhagwan, Guru, Scriptures, Nation, World and Nature. For this very reason the world is lit with the combination of animals, birds, and humans. Every element in this garden aims to deliver an inspirational message. This illuminating display of twinkling elements is the most unique attraction of this Nagar.
Every flower, bird and animal from nature carry an inspirational message for us. The message of keeping faith in nature is explained in this exhibition.
We live in a world filled with countless wonders, which explains the glory of God. This is the reason why world-renowned scientists and thinkers are developing faith in God. This principle can be understood in this portion of the exhibit.
Hindu Sanatan scriptures have been the ideal guide for human beings. The knowledge from these scriptures shine their guiding light on the path for all – on one’s worldly and spiritual path. This illuminating exhibit strengthens our faith in scriptures.
The Guru shuns the darkness of our lives with the light of knowledge. He protects us from our doubts and fears. He becomes our ultimate teacher – our ultimate liberator. He becomes our bridge to attaining God. This section of the glow garden strengthens our faith in the Guru by helping us understand his role.
India has been sanctified by the divine incidents of the Gods. India is also the birthplace of great saints. While they blessed this country with peace and stability, faithful kings and leaders of this country reinforced its pride in the modern world. Rekindle the pride in you through this illuminating experience on the occasion of India’s 75th independence anniversary.
This world is a human’s lovely nest. It is our responsibility to protect it and sustain it. A nest spanning 40 feet wide and 10.5 feet tall symbolizes the spirit of friendship.
This section of the glow garden consists of shimmering reflections of beautiful peacocks, elephants, Akshar Deri, swans, etc. These reflective presentations fill the viewer with awe and wonder.
The same glow garden is located on either side of the Akshardham monument. Visitors can tour either of the two locations.
Pramukh Swami Maharaj Nagar
A total of seven large decorative gateways welcome and guide
The 30-feet high murti of Pramukh Swami Maharaj, perched on
Murtis of Bhagwan Swaminarayan and other Hindu deities are enshrined
The Children’s Cultural Land or ‘Bal Nagari’, spread over 17
People from around the world have titled Pramukh Swami Maharaj
Six immersive shows – ‘Sahajanand Jyoti Mandapam (Sahajanand Light Hall)’,
Historic Swaminarayan Vishwashanti Yagna, in which couples can personally participate