The exhibitions are displayed in three large halls, each with a unique display style. A source of education, information and inspiration, they are a fourfold combination of art, science, culture and spirituality. Artistically mesmerizing, scientifically stunning, culturally moving, and spiritually elevating, the exhibitions create amazing environments capable of transporting viewers to ancient India. A balanced fusion of ancient values and wisdom and the best of modern media and technology, the exhibitions provide a powerful, soul-stirring experience of Hindu heritage and universal values. The three halls are: Sahajanand Darshan – Hall of Values; Neelkanth Darshan – Large Format Film; Sanskruti Darshan – Cultural Boat Ride.
Visitors walk into a world of values that can help change their lives and the world. Universal values like love, ahimsa (non-violence), fearlessness, service, humility, compassion, spiritual consciousness, honesty, unity and peace are displayed through a series of exhibits using animatronic figures, scenic representations and short videos. Learn More »
Come and take your seat in this unique giant screen theater. Explore the highest mountains and deepest gorges of the Himalayas, trek through the rain forests of Assam and see the magnificent Rameshwaram mandir. Follow in the footsteps of Neelkanth, a youthful Bhagwan Swaminarayan, on his journey across the Indian subcontinent in this epic large format film. Learn More »
Board a boat and sail through thousands of years of ancient Indian history. Experience the lifestyle of the Vedic era. Pass through the oldest university and watch an eye surgery happening more than a thousand years ago. This 12 minute boat ride presents some of India’s important contributions to the world. Learn More »
I feel I am in a different world.
It has become a place of education, experience and enlightenment. It creatively blends the tradition of stone art and architecture, Indian culture and civilization, ancient values and wisdom and the best of modern media and technology.
What has happened today at Akshardham inspires me and gives me the confidence that ‘we can do it.’ The realization of a developed India is certainly possible before 2020 with millions of ignited minds like you. (6 Nov. 2005)
Akshardham is a unique creation. It is a creation of art, creation of faith, creation of civilization, celebration of culture, celebration of human life. So we are all proud of that creation. (17 Dec. 2007)
It was an amazing visit, through history of this beautiful country. After that, yes it is true, India is the best place for democracy, mother of history, the best place for human speech, grandmother of legend and great grandmother of tradition and religion.
It was my privilege to visit this holy place.
It was a wonderful experience, teaching us of the culture. The visit to India was worthwhile.