The Rajkot Trimandir is located 12 km away from the city of Rajkot (Gujarat), near the village of Maliasan, on the Rajkot-Ahmedabad Highway.
Rajkot Trimandir – Architecture
The temple complex covers an area of 10,065 sq ft, while the temple podium is 2,218 sq ft. The entire complex is surrounded by a lush, green garden with benches, as well as a beautiful water-fall at the center. The Satsang Hall is on the ground floor of the temple and is 7,605 sq ft.
The temple also has an informative museum and mini-theatre on Gnani Purush Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan, because of whose vision of bringing religions back to the seat of the Soul, as well removing the differences between religions, this Trimandir has been built.
Within the temple, the idols of Gods of Jainism, Shaivism, and Vaishnavism (along with Gods and Goddesses from other religions) share equal reverence on the same platform. At the center is the idol of Lord Shree Simandhar Swami, which is 151 inches high, and is made entirely of marble.
Rajkot Trimandir – Facilities
The Bookstall – The Bookstall is located within the temple. Visitors can take advantage of a wide array of materials available such as Books, Audio CDs, DVDs, Audio Books, Photos and much more, in order to learn more about Dada Bhagwan’s Spiritual Science of Akram Vignan. The matter is not only in Gujarati, but in English, Hindi, German, Portuguese, Spanish and other Indian languages also.
Amba Refreshments - Serves a variety of pure vegetarian Indian food
Temple Dining Hall - Serves authentic Indian food
Dormitory and The Stop N’ Stay - Overnight accommodation is available at the Dormitory as well as the Stop N’ Stay, which offers a wide range of rooms including AC and non-AC.
Approximately more than 22,000 children participate in the School Hosting program annually. Students visit the Trimandir taking advantage of this spiritual and peaceful environment. Children are also taught to sing “Dada Bhagwan na Aseem Jai Jai Kaar Ho,” to help them concentrate better while studying. The School Hosting Program is designed to teach children values that will last them a lifetime.
Multimedia Shows / Theme Shows
On Sunday, specially designed Theme Shows and Puppet shows are shown in the Satsang Hall. These shows teach viewers moral values like how to respect your parents, how to have a good teacher-student relationship, how to avoid clashes, the essence of all religions and how to be happy in life.
All festivals are celebrated at the temple every year including Gurupurnima, Rakshabandhan, Janmasthami, Diwali and Indian New Years just to name a few.
There is bhakti at the temple every fortnight and during some festivals too.
Once every three months there is satsang with an Aptaputra (celibate devotee of Dada Bhagwan).