Maha Sud 12, Saturday 31 January 2015

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10/02/2015 | Shree Swaminarayan Temple Adelaide - Patotsav Celebrations | Shree Swaminarayan Temple Adelaide celebrates its 1st Patotsav. The event will be graced by learned Saints from Shree Swaminarayan Temple Bhuj, who will recite Shree Bhakti Chintamni. Katha commences on Tuesday 10th February with Abhishek on Saturday 14th February from 7:30AM | More info | Read more

15/02/2015 | Vijya Ekadashi | King Yudhistir enquires to Shree Kirshna, "O Prabhu, please enlighten me with the importance of keeping the vrat of Vijya Ekadashi." Lord Shree Krishna replies, "O King, Brahma has explained to Naradji in detail the greatness of Vijya Ekadashi." "Vijay" means victory. One who performs this vrat with full vigour achieves victory in whatever task is undertaken. Lord | Read more

17/02/2015 | Maha Shivratri | Shivaratri falls on the fourteenth day of dark half of every month but this day in Maha is The Great Night of Shiva and is dedicated to his worship. The origin of Shivaratri is attributed to several stories in Hindu mythology. One of the origins traces it back to the churning of the Ocean of milk by Devas (Gods) and Aasuras (demons) to obtain amrita (Nectar giving immortal life) | Read more

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Cardiff Darshan - 31-01-2015

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Recent events

19/12/2014 | Shree Sahajanand Girls Institute Opening Celebration
Shree Sahajanand Girls Institute opening celebrations were held between Friday 19th December to Sunday 21st December in the presence of H.H Acharya Maharajshri Koshelendraprasadji Maharajshri and Santos from Bhuj Temple. Pictures »


26/11/2014 | Vachnamrut Jayanti
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated Vachnamrut Jayanti on Tuesday 26th November 2014 Read more | Pictures »


09/11/2014 | Remembrance Day
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff attended the Remeberance Day which was held on Sunday 9th November 2014 Pictures »


06/11/2014 | Tulsi Vivah
Shree Swaminarayan Temple Cardiff celebrated Tulsi Vivah on Thursday 6th November 2014 Read more | Pictures »


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Shikshapatri Shlock 136

They shall never stay alone in a lonely place even with their young mother, sister or daughter, except in emergencies and shall never give away in alms their wives to anybody.

અને તે ગૃહસ્‍થાશ્રમી પુરુષ તેમણે યુવા અવસ્‍થાને યુકત એવી જે પોતાની મા, બહેન અને દિકરી તે સંગાથે પણ આપત્‍કાળ વિના એકાંત સ્‍થળને વિષે ન કહેવું અને પોતાની સ્‍ત્રીનું દાન કોઇને ન કરવું.

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