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Swaminarayan Mandir Toronto Address and Location

The Address and Telephone number of Swaminarayan Mandir, Toronto
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir
61 Claireville Drive, Toronto,
OntarioM9W 5Z7
Tel: 416 798 2277
Fax: 416 798 7798
Location of Swaminarayan Mandir Toronto on Google Map

View Larger MapVisiting HoursMandir and Museum is open to visitors from 9am to 6pm daily throughout the year.
Murti Darshan or Viewing of Deities – 0900 hrs to 1045 hrs 1130 hrs to 1200 hrs 1600 hrs to 1800 hrsRules and Regulations inside the Swaminarayan Mandir, Toronto
Conduct: Please refrain from touching the delicate carvings within the building. To maintain the spiritual atmosphere observe silence inside the Mandir. Dress Code: No shorts or skirts shorter than knee length (Sarong are available in the Haveli, near the shoe-coat racks). Shoes: All visitors MUST remove their shoes before entering the Mandir or any part of the Haveli complex. (Shoe racks provided within the Haveli.) Photo-Video: Photography and video inside the buildin…

Bhagavad Gita on Mobile in India

The entire Bhagavad Gita on Mobile in India is provided Mobifusion, a global publisher of mobile applications and technology. The Gita on cell phone in India contains all 700 Sanskrit Shlokas with its English translation rendered by Padma Shri Prof P Lal.The Bhagavad Gita is currently available to Vodafone-Essar mobile subscribers and will be available on other networks soon.Pavan Mandhani, Founder and CEO of Mobifusion, by releasing Gita on Vodafone Essar, millions of wireless users now can access the Holy Bhagavad Gita instantly on their cell phones. “With our built-in simple search engine, they can instantly access shlokas that are relevant to a particular situation. We are working on a mobile audio version so users can listen to the beauty of the works as well.”

Quotes from Ashtavakra Gita

My dearest, you may recite or listen to countless scriptures, but you will not be established within until you can forget everything. You may, as a learned man, indulge in wealth, activity and meditation, but your mind will still long for that which is the cessation of desire, beyond all goals. When the mind is freed from such pairs of opposites as ‘I have done this,’ and ‘I have not done that,’ it becomes indifferent to merit, wealth, sensuality and liberation. Ashtavakra to Janaka in Ashtavakra Gita

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