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Trimandir: Non-Sectarian Temple to Eradicate Religious Differences

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What is the science behind the temple? The ultimate science that needs to be understood in India is that of the temple. One’s mind that is stuck in the worries of daily life and absorbed in the worldly acerbities of anger, pride, greed, and illusion gets a break, when one worships the idols of presiding gods and goddesses in a temple. This results in peace of mind for worshippers.

 

The Trimandir is the innovative temple concept of Param Pujya A. M. Patel, also known as Dada Bhagwan. Herein, the Lords of the three major religions in India, namely Jainism, Shaivism, and Vaishnavism (along with Gods and Goddesses from other religions) are brought together on the same platform, thus making it a one-of-a-kind non-sectarian temple. The temple design allows the worship of these Lords in one place, at one time. Thus, worshippers are rewarded with two experiences: One is the eradication of deep-seethed opinions of religious differences (the base of all religious feelings of separation) and another is spiritual progress.

 

In reality, the core intent of all these Lords is the same: To realize your true Self, the Soul (Self Realization). Lord Mahavir’s deshna (speech of the Omniscient One) is entirely about the Soul, which is also exactly what Lord Krishna refers to in the entire Bhagavad Gita. And finally, in order to propagate the ultimate reality of ‘I am the pure Soul’, the difference between Jiva and Shiva needs to be eradicated. This is what a visitor gains with the grace of all Lords housed in the Trimandir on the same platform.

 

The inner intent of all gods is the same and understanding this will bring about peace and ultimate salvation to the whole world. Even the one who visits the Trimandir for darshan (devotional viewing) will gain spiritual awareness and peace in life.

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