Vision and Mission
The Trimandirs, as the non-sectarian temples, are a part of Dada Bhagwan Foundation (DBF) and its associated charitable trusts. DBF is a non-profit spiritual organization whose Mission lies in fulfilling the spiritual Vision of Gnani Purush Dada Bhagwan, the founder of Akram Vignan (Science of Self Realization). His Vision is twofold, that:
- May all the people of world live in peace and happiness.
- May all those who so desire attain moksha (liberation of the Soul from the cycle of birth and death).
In order to fulfill the aforementioned Vision, DBF organizes Pujya Deepakbhai’s satsangs (spiritual discourses) and Gnan Vidhis (Self Realization ceremonies) across India and throughout the world. All satsang and Gnan Vidhi programs are free of cost and open to all.
Another important component of DBF’s mission is the creation of non-sectarian temples (Trimandirs), as Spiritual Master Dada Bhagwan had proclaimed these “Three-in-One” Temples to be “Our symbol for the salvation of the world.”
Explaining the intent behind Trimandir’s creation, Param Pujya Dadashri said, “Instead of pursuing moksha (liberation) or Atma (the Self), people have become involved in religious matbhed (separation caused by difference of opinions). Trimandir (non-sectarian temples) are intended to shatter matbhed.”
Param Pujya Dadashri proposed Trimandir to honor Gods of Jainism, Shaivism, and Vaishnavism (along with Gods and Goddesses from other religions) with equal reverence on the same platform. He envisioned this design to offer Trimandir’s visitors nishpakshpati darshan (unbiased devotional viewing), thus, automatically cleansing them of matbhed bhav (religiously divisive intent).
In addition, Param Pujya Dadashri predicted that Trimandir’s darshan would free its visitors from suffering and worries, and offer them access to Atma Gnan (Self Realization) and moksha. Numerous such benefits have been reported by the regular visitors of these non-sectarian temples located in different places in India.
Param Pujya Dadashri dreamed of a time when 24 Trimandirs would be constructed. His dream is being materialized with majority Trimandirs already completed, and numerous such temples in India as well as in other countries in process.