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    Wikipedia contain swaminarayan page as bellow Bhagwan Swaminarayan ( April 2 , 1781 - 1830 ) was born Ganshyam Pande to a brahmin family in the village of
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       Wikipedia contain swaminarayan page as bellow

      Bhagwan Swaminarayan (April 2, 1781 - 1830) was born Ganshyam Pande to a brahmin family in the village of Chhapaiya, Uttar Pradesh, India. His father's name was Hariprasad Pande (also known as Dharmadev) and his mother's name was Premvati (also known as Bhaktimata). He had two brothers, Rampratapji Pande, the older brother, and Icharamji Pande, the younger brother. After serving his parents, he left home at the age of 11 to travel over 8,000 miles throughout India on a holy pilgrimage for 7 years, 1 month, and 11 days. During his travles, Ghanshyam was given the name Neelkant for his fearless acts against nature's most ferocious animals. He eventually settled in Gujarat. At age 21, he was given the headship of a religious sect known as Uddhav Sampradaay (later known as Swaminarayan Sampradaay), with the blessings of his Guru Sadguru Ramanand Swami. He later became known as Bhagwan Swaminarayan after the mantra he taught. Bhagwan Swaminarayan was known by many names such as Shreeji Maharaj, Shri Hari and Sahajanand Swami.

      He established temples at: Ahmedabad, Bhuj, Muli, Vadtal, Junagadh, Dholera, Dholka, Gadhpur & Jetalpur – installing images of various manifestations of God, such as Nar Narayan Dev, Laxmi Narayan Dev, Radha Krishna, Radha Raman, Revti Baldevji, etc. Shreeji Maharaj made Gadhpur his home, in recognition of the exceptional devoted love from Dada Khachar, one of his most devoted disciples.

      Bhagwan Swaminarayan (April 2, 1781 - 1830) was born Ganshyam Pande to a brahmin family in the village of Chhapaiya, Uttar Pradesh, India. His father's name was Hariprasad Pande (also known as Dharmadev) and his mother's name was Premvati (also known as Bhaktimata). He had two brothers, Rampratapji Pande, the older brother, and Icharamji Pande, the younger brother. After serving his parents, he left home at the age of 11 to travel over 8,000 miles throughout India on a holy pilgrimage for 7 years, 1 month, and 11 days. During his travles, Ghanshyam was given the name Neelkant for his fearless acts against nature's most ferocious animals. He eventually settled in Gujarat. At age 21, he was given the headship of a religious sect known as Uddhav Sampradaay (later known as Swaminarayan Sampradaay), with the blessings of his Guru Sadguru Ramanand Swami. He later became known as Bhagwan Swaminarayan after the mantra he taught. Bhagwan Swaminarayan was known by many names such as Shreeji Maharaj, Shri Hari and Sahajanand Swami.

      He established temples at: Ahmedabad, Bhuj, Muli, Vadtal, Junagadh, Dholera, Dholka, Gadhpur & Jetalpur – installing images of various manifestations of God, such as Nar Narayan Dev, Laxmi Narayan Dev, Radha Krishna, Radha Raman, Revti Baldevji, etc. Shreeji Maharaj made Gadhpur his home, in recognition of the exceptional devoted love from Dada Khachar, one of his most devoted disciples.

      Bhagwan Swaminarayan (April 2, 1781 - 1830) was born Ganshyam Pande to a brahmin family in the village of Chhapaiya, Uttar Pradesh, India. His father's name was Hariprasad Pande (also known as Dharmadev) and his mother's name was Premvati (also known as Bhaktimata). He had two brothers, Rampratapji Pande, the older brother, and Icharamji Pande, the younger brother. After serving his parents, he left home at the age of 11 to travel over 8,000 miles throughout India on a holy pilgrimage for 7 years, 1 month, and 11 days. During his travles, Ghanshyam was given the name Neelkant for his fearless acts against nature's most ferocious animals. He eventually settled in Gujarat. At age 21, he was given the headship of a religious sect known as Uddhav Sampradaay (later known as Swaminarayan Sampradaay), with the blessings of his Guru Sadguru Ramanand Swami. He later became known as Bhagwan Swaminarayan after the mantra he taught. Bhagwan Swaminarayan was known by many names such as Shreeji Maharaj, Shri Hari and Sahajanand Swami.

      He established temples at: Ahmedabad, Bhuj, Muli, Vadtal, Junagadh, Dholera, Dholka, Gadhpur & Jetalpur – installing images of various manifestations of God, such as Nar Narayan Dev, Laxmi Narayan Dev, Radha Krishna, Radha Raman, Revti Baldevji, etc. Shreeji Maharaj made Gadhpur his home, in recognition of the exceptional devoted love from Dada Khachar, one of his most devoted disciples.

       

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