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Inhe began a seven-year pilgrimage across India at the age of 11 years, adopting the name Nilkanth Varni. During this journey, he did welfare activities and after 9 years and cjaritra months of this journey, he settled in the state of Gujarat around Inhe was initiated into the Uddhav sampradaya by his guru, Swami Ramanandand was given the name Sahajanand Swami. Inhis guru handed over the leadership of the Uddhav Sampraday to him before his death.
Sahajanand Swami held a gathering charitda taught the Swaminarayan Mantra. From this point onwards, he was known as Swaminarayan.
The Uddhav Sampraday became known as the Swaminarayan Sampraday. Swaminarayan developed a good relationship with the British Raj. He built six temples in his lifetime  and appointed paramahamsas to spread his philosophy. Before his death, Swaminarayan appointed his adopted nephews as acharyas to head the two dioceses of Swaminarayan Sampraday.
The ninth lunar day in the fortnight of the gumarati moon in the month of Chaitra Ghannshyamis celebrated as both Rama Navami and Swaminarayan Jayanti by Swaminarayan followers. This celebration also marks the beginning of gujarato ritual calendar for the followers.
After the death of his parents, Ghanshyam Pande left his home on 29 June Ashadh Sud 10, Samvat at the age of Nilkanth Varni travelled across India and parts of Nepal in search of an ashramor hermitage, ghansjyam practiced what he considered a correct understanding of VedantaSamkhya gujarti, Yogaand Pancaratrathe four primary schools of Hindu philosophy.
While on his journey, Nilkanth Varni mastered Astanga yoga eightfold yoga in a span of 9 months under the guidance of an aged yogic master named Gopal Yogi. As a result, the king freed ghanshtam the ascetics he had imprisoned. Inafter a seven-year journey, Nilkanth’s travels as a yogi eventually concluded in Loj, a village in the Junagadh district of Gujarat. Muktanand Swami, who was twenty-two years older than Nilkanth, answered the five questions to Nilkanth’s satisfaction. According to the sect, Nilkanth’s understanding of the metaphysical and epistemological concepts of the pancha-tattvas five eternal elementstogether with his mental and physical discipline, inspired senior sadhus of Ramanand Swami.
Nilkanth Varni received sannyasa initiation from Ramanand Swami on 20 Octoberand with it was granted the names Ghanshyqm Swami and Narayan Muni to signify his new status. At the age of 21, Sahajanand Swami was appointed successor to Ramanand Swami as the leader of the Uddhav Sampraday  ghznshyam Ramanand Swamiprior to his death.
The Uddhav Sampraday henceforth came to be known as the Swaminarayan Sampraday. In contrast with the Vaishnava sect known as the Radha-vallabha Sampradaya he had a more puritanical approach, rather than the theological views of Krishna that are strongly capricious in character and imagery.
While being a worshipper of Krishna, Swaminarayan rejected licentious elements in Krishnology in favor of worship in the mood of majesty, alike to earlier Vaisnava teachers, Ramanuja and Yamunacarya. Sahajanand Swami was later known as Swaminarayan after the mantra he taught at a gathering, in Faneni, a fortnight after the death of Ramanand Swami.
As early asSwaminarayan, who was reported to have performed miracles, was described as a manifestation of God in the first work written by a disciple and paramhansa, Nishkulanand Swami. Swaminarayan encouraged his followers to combine devotion and dharma to lead a pious life.
Using Hindu texts and rituals to form the base of his organisation, Swaminarayan founded what in later centuries would become a global organisation with strong Gujarati roots. He stated that four elements need to be conquered for ultimate salvation: Swaminarayan’s ontology maintained that the supreme being is not formless and that God always has a divine form.
Swaminarayan insisted that education was the inherent right of all people, including women, despite considerable criticism from those in his own contemporary society who “loathed the uplift of lower caste women”. Male followers of Swaminarayan made arrangements to educate their female family members. The literacy rate among females began to increase during Swaminarayan’s time, and they were able to give discourses on spiritual subjects.
According to the author Raymond Brady Williams, “Swaminarayan is an early representative of the practice of advocacy of women’s rights without personal involvement with women”.
He went to the extent to call sati nothing but suicide. Swaminarayan offered parents help with dowry expenses to discourage female infanticide, calling infanticide a sin. Professor David Harman observed that Swaminarayan “criticized the popular shakta cults and ‘ gosai ‘ and ‘ nath ‘ ascetics for the contemptuous and instrumental way in which they viewed and treated women.
These cults were often responsible for gross sexual abuse of women. Members of the faith are defensive of the fact that some practices seem to restrict women and make gender equality in leadership impossible.
In case of widows, Swaminarayan directed those who could not follow the path of chastity to remarry. For those who could, he lay down strict rules which included them being under the control of male members of the family. This may seem regressive, however it gave them “a respected and secure place in the social order” of the time. After assuming the leadership of the Sampraday, Swaminarayan worked to assist the poor by distributing food and drinking water.
Swaminarayan organized food and water relief to people during times of drought. Dalits were banned from Swaminarayan temples from the beginning though in one case a separate temple was created for their use. Some suggest that Swaminarayan worked towards ending the caste systemallowing everyone into the Swaminarayan Sampraday. However partaking in the consumption food of lower castes and caste pollution was not supported by him.
Williamson reported to Bishop Herber that Swaminarayan had “destroyed the yoke of caste. Members of the lower castes were attracted to the movement as it improved their social status. Reginald Heberthe Lord Bishop of Calcutta, noted that disciples of Swaminarayan cut across all castes, and even included Muslims. He writes “they all pray to one God with no difference of castes.
They live as if they were brothers. Swaminarayan was against animal sacrifices as carried out by Brahmin priests during Vedic rituals, such as yajnas fire sacrificesinfluenced by the Kaula and Vama Marg cults. To solve this problem, Swaminarayan conducted several large-scale yajnas involving priests from Varanasi. These did not have animal sacrifices and were conducted in strict accordance with Vedic scriptures. Swaminarayan was successful in reinstating ahimsa through several such large-scale yajnas.
Swaminarayan stressed lacto vegetarianism among his followers and forbade meat consumption, codifying the conduct in the Shikshapatri.
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gujarqti During the time when Swaminarayan came to Gujarat, the law and order situation caritra Gujarat was in worst ever. Neither British government nor local kings were ghanshjam to control the robberies, killings, internal conflicts, rapes, and other uncultured events in Kathiyawar, Kutch and Gujarat. Upon reaching to Gujarat, Swaminarayan by His preaching and super natural divine power restored noted notorious criminals as normal civilians.
These criminals left their evil nature and started living life with high moral values to the extent that they would never rob, or kill any living being. Even they would not see the unknown women or would not drink alcohol and be strict vegetarian. Swaminarayan had vowed not to kill the evil people but to kill their evil nature. The Bishop of Calcutta also noted that Swaminarayan “preached a great degree of cuaritra, forbidding his disciples so much as to not look on any woman whom gijarati passed.
He condemned theft and bloodshed; and those villages and districts which had received him, from being among worst, were now among the best and most orderly in the provinces. Swaminarayan ordered the construction of several Hindu temples chraitra he had built six huge temples by himself and installed the idols of various deities such as Nara-Narayana in two temples, Laxminarayan DevGopinathji MaharajRadha Raman Dev and Madanmohan Lalji.
The images in the temples built by Swaminarayan provide evidence of the priority of Krishna. The first temple Swaminarayan constructed was in Ahmedabad inwith the land for construction given by the British Imperial Government. Construction commenced inand the temple was built within a year.
From early on, ascetics have played a major role in the Swaminarayan sect. They contribute towards growth and development of the movement, encouraging people to follow a pious and religious life.
Paramhansa is a title of honour sometimes applied to Hindu spiritual teachers who are regarded as having attained enlightenment. Paramhansas were the highest order of sannyasi in the sect. Swaminarayan propagated general Hindu texts. Notable scriptures throughout the sect include the Gujarayi and the Vachanamrut. Other important works and scriptures include the Satsangi JeevanSwaminarayan’s authorized biography, the Muktanand Kavyathe Nishkulanand Kavya and the Bhakta Chintamani.
Swaminarayan wrote the Shikshapatri on 11 February Acharya Tejendraprasad of Ahmedabad has indicated in a letter that he is not aware of any copy from gujarrati hand of Sahajanand older than this text. Swaminarayan in various places of Shikshapatri describes Shri Krishna as the greatest entity. In Shikshapatri slok 1 and are few places that mentions that Swaminarayan prayed on Shri Krishna. With all My heart, I meditate on Shree Krishna, who resides in the divine abode Vrindavan; with Radha on his gyjarati and Shree residing within his heart.
The Lord, Shree Krishna is the greatest entity. Charitrq admire Him the most. He is the cause of all incarnations and is thus truly worthy to be worshiped.
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The Vachanamrut is the scripture most commonly used in the Swaminarayan sect. It contains views on dharma moral conductjnana understanding of the nature of the selfvairagya detachment from material pleasureand bhakti pure, selfless devotion to Godthe four essentials Hindu scriptures describe as necessary for a jiva soul to attain moksha salvation.
Satsangi Jeevan is the authorised biography of Swaminarayan. To enable Shatanand Swami to write from His childhood, Charirra had charitea Shatanand Swami with Sanjay Drishti – special power to see the entire past right from His childhood. Once written by Shatanand Swami, this book was verified and authenticated by Swaminarayan. He was much pleased to read the book. Swaminarayan then asked his disciples to do Katha of Satsangi Jeevan. In relation to Swaminarayan’s work and views, Gandhi remarked that “the work accomplished by Swaminarayan in Gujarat could not and would never have been achieved by the law.
Toothi “most of his thought, activities and even methods of most of the institutions which he has been building up and serving, have the flavor of Swaminarayanism, more than that of any other sect of Hindu Dharma.
Swaminarayan strived to maintain good relationships with people of other religions, sometimes meeting prominent leaders. His followers cut across religious boundaries, including people of Muslim and Parsi backgrounds.
Bishop Heber himself had about a hundred horse guards accompanying him fifty horses and fifty muskets and mentioned that it was humiliating for him to see two religious leaders meeting at the head of two small armies, his being the smaller contingent. Swaminarayan enjoyed a good relationship with the Gujagati Imperial Government. The British officers gave it a gun salute when it was opened.
According to Malcolm, Swaminarayan had helped bring some stability to a lawless region.