or this month-long festival, ‘Pramukhswami Maharaj Nagar’ has been constructed on a large land of 600 acres on Sardar Patel Ring Road at the western end of Ahmedabad.
- What will be the attraction in Swaminarayan Nagar?
- Grand artistic entrances
- Kalamandit Temple
- Bhakti Mandapo
- A huge statue of Pramuchswami Maharaj
- Demonstrations teaching higher values of life
- Creative spots conveying the message of Indian culture
- Jyoti Udyan
- Light and Sound Show
- Food and drink stallS
More than two thousand volunteers are currently serving in the construction work of this magnificent ‘
Swaminarayan Nagar’ and when the festival begins, 50 thousand volunteers will be ready to welcome the lakhs of devotees who will come here.
Pramukh Swami Maharaj Nagar includes many attractions including inspirational performances, fun and educational Balnagari, scenic and colorful Jyoti Udyan, vivid replica of Akshardham, light and sound show.
Out of the 600 acres, 200 acres of Pramuchswamy Nagar will be constructed. The remaining 400 acres will have a canteen, accommodation and breakfast facility for the volunteers. The flats to the right of the main entrance will accommodate around 700 Swami.
A grand memorial statue of Pramukhswami Maharaj
As soon as one enters the town, a huge 30 feet tall golden statue of Brahmaswarup Pramuchswami Maharaj on a 15 feet high pithika in the middle of a huge circle will attract everyone. The life story of Brahmaswarup Pramuchswami Maharaj is displayed in the circle around this statue.
A total of 7 Kalamandi cultural gateways have been designed to enter Pramukhswami Maharaj Nagar, which will give a warm welcome to all who arrive at the festival venue. The grand main entrance of Pramuchswami Maharaj Nagar can be seen from the Sardar Patel Ring Road, which is 280 feet wide and 51 feet high.
This gateway is reminiscent of the great Jyotirdhara saints of Indian culture. There will be a large parking lot on either side of the festival venue, from which the other six gateways leading into the ‘Pramukhswami Maharaj Nagar’ are also exquisite examples of art and craft. Measuring 116 feet in length and 38 feet in height, each of these entrances will commemorate the unique personality and lifeline of Brahmaswarup Pramuchswami Maharaj.