Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan’s Revolutionary Vision behind the Trimandir


Do you know what the Gnani Purush’s vision behind the Non-Sectarian Trimandir is? Why are Trimandirs constructed in different places in India and abroad?

For countless lives, it had been Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan’s hearts’ desire to find a way in which the whole world could obtain salvation. But where would you begin such a momentous task and how would this idea take shape so that the whole world could benefit? In that, amongst numerous concepts, the concept of the Trimandir was one which would fulfill Param Pujya Dadashri’s desire. He knew that the salvation of an individual could be achieved on a one-on-one basis, but how could you bring about the salvation of the whole world in a collective manner? The concept of the Trimandir was Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan’s revolutionary idea, enabling the salvation of the whole world on a grand scale. The Trimandir would not only help remove the separation due to differences in opinion between the religions of the whole world, but it would also help people follow the path of the Vitarag Lords (Fully Enlightened supreme beings who have no attachment to their relative self or the world). And as evidenced today, the Trimandir has in fact transcended all individualistic boundaries set by religions of this world and proven to be the epitome of Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan’s inner most desire.


Upcoming Trimandir Sanctification Ceremony (Pran Pratishtha)


The next Trimandir is opening in Vadodara on 24th February 2017 to 26th February 2017, to get the detailed schedule click here

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