The exhibitions are displayed in five large halls, each with its own unique style. A source of information and inspiration, the exhibitions are a combination of art, science, culture and spirituality. Artistically mesmerizing, scientifically stunning, culturally moving, and spiritually elevating, they create amazing environments which transport visitors to ancient India. A balanced fusion of ancient teachings and the best of modern media and technology, the exhibitions provide a powerful, soul-stirring experience of the Hindu heritage and universal values. Visitors will walk away with principles that can help changes their lives and the world.
Universal principles like love, ahimsa (non-violence), fearlessness, service, humility, compassion, honesty, unity and peace are displayed through a series of exhibits using 3D-dioramas, light & sound shows, animatronic figures, scenic representations, and short videos.
One can mold one’s life from the life incidents of Bhagwan Swaminarayan. Each displayed uniquely from glass corridors to rope bridges, mountains to jungles, fiber optics skies to village mornings, audio-visual shows, dioramas and surround experiences keep the atmosphere charged with surprise and curiosity.
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.
Discover a spiritual heritage that can transform lives and change the world. Dioramas and live-setting displays show core Hindu values that herald eternal happiness. These values are rooted in the Upanishads, Ramayan, and Mahabharat – the most sacred scriptures of India; their messages are timeless and relevant to people of all ages, creeds, and cultures.
Welcome to the first ever audio-animatronics show in India– Sant Param Hitkari. Travel back in time to the early 19th century and attend a spiritual assembly in the presence of Lord Swaminarayan. Eminent saints and devotees are brought to life in this recreation of an assembly in which Lord Swaminarayan sheds light on attaining eternal happiness.