The Godhra Trimandir is located 4.5 km away from the city of Godhra (Gujarat), near the village of Bhamaiya, opposite FCI Godown, on National Highway 59.
Godhra Trimandir – Architecture
The temple complex covers an area of 22,569 sq ft, while the temple podium is 10,073 sq ft. The entire complex is surrounded by a lush, green garden and the Satsang Hall on the ground floor of the temple is 15,286 sq ft.
Within the temple, visitors will find the idols of Gods of Jainism, Shaivism, and Vaishnavism (along with Gods and Goddesses from other religions), which share equal reverence on the same platform. The idol of Lord Shree Simandhar Swami sits at the center, made entirely of marble and is 151 inches high.
Godhra Trimandir – Facilities
The Bookstall - Visitors who are interested in finding out more about Dada Bhagwan’s Spiritual Science of Akram Vignan can visit the Bookstall, which is located within the temple. The Bookstall has Books, Audio CDs, DVDs, Audio Books, Photos and much more in Gujarati, English, Hindi, German, Portuguese, Spanish and other Indian languages also.
Amba Refreshments - Serves a variety of pure vegetarian Indian food and snacks.
Temple Dining Hall - Serves authentic Indian food
The Stop N’ Stay - Offers overnight accommodation in a range of rooms including AC and non-AC.
Festivals like Gurupurnima, Rakshabandhan, Janmasthami, Diwali and Indian New Years are celebrated at the temple annually.
There is bhakti at the temple every week and during some festivals too.
Once every three months there is satsang with an Aptaputra (celibate devotee of Dada Bhagwan).