The Vadodara Trimandir is located 17 km away from the town of Vadodara (Gujarat), near the Babaria College, on the Vadodara - Surat National Highway No. 8.
Vadodara Trimandir – Architecture
The temple complex covers an area of 6,880 sq. ft., while the temple podium is 9,010.68 sq. ft. The entire complex is surrounded by a lush, green garden.
The uniqueness of this Trimandir is that it is the only Trimandir to have three different spiritual discourse halls. Two halls are 1480 sq. ft. and the biggest hall is 15,437 sq. ft.
Sharing equal reverence on the same platform, the idols of Gods of Jainism, Shaivism, and Vaishnavism (along with Gods and Goddesses from other religions) can be found within the temple. The idol of Lord Shree Simandhar Swami sits at the center, made entirely of marble and is 156 inches high.
Vadodara Trimandir – Facilities
Vignan Bhandar Bookstall - Visitors who want to learn more about Dada Bhagwan’s Spiritual Science of Akram Vignan can visit the Bookstall, located within the temple. Visitors can find Books, Audio CDs, DVDs, Audio Books, Photos and much more - not only in Gujarati, but in English, Hindi, German, Portuguese, Spanish and other Indian languages also.
Amba Refreshments – The food court 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. There is a Dormitory, which can accommodate 41 people. The Stop N’ Stay facility, has 14 rooms and can accommodate 4 people per room. has a wide range of rooms including AC and non-AC.
The festivals of Janmasthami, Gurupurnima and Navrattri are celebrated every year in the temple and on Mahavir Jayanti there is samayik (introspective analysis as the Self) in the temple.
There is bhakti at the temple on the last Sunday of every month from 5pm to 7pm.
Once every three months there is satsang with an Aptaputra (celibate devotee of Dada Bhagwan).
There is a Summer Camp for children every year.
Every year approximately 25,000 to 30,000 people visit the Trimandir. As soon as visitors step into the temple, they express feeling extraordinary vibrations, as if God is actually sitting in the temple. Whether it is a small child, an adult or someone from any caste or creed - they feel like they are doing darshan of their own God, at their very own temple and experience peace and happiness. This feeling makes them want to come back to the temple as soon as possible.