Written by Bhagwan Shree Swaminarayan’s own blissful hand on Vasant Panchmi day of Vikram Samvat 1882, this is a booklet of 212 Shlokas. Shreeji Maharaj sat in the Hari Mandap – His residence at Vadtal Temple – and wrote it in Sanskrit.
During His 21 years at the helm of the Sampraday, Swaminarayan Bhagwan gave innumerate discourses on a variety of subjects at Gadhada, Sarangpur, Kariyani, Loya, Panchala, Vadtal, Ahmedabad, Aslali, Jetalpur and many more places
Satsangi Jeevan is the authorised biography of Bhagwan Shree Swaminarayan by Shatanand Swami. When Bhagwan Shree Swaminarayan had installed the image of Shree Gopinathji Maharaj at Gadhada, He instructed Shatanand
Authored by the brahmachari-saint Vasudevanand Varni on the orders of Sahajanand Swami, Satsangi Bhushan mirrors Satsangi Jeevan in almost all respects. The core difference between Satsangi Jeevan and Satsangi Bhushan
Treated as Sahajanand Swami’s Last Will & Testament, the Desh Vibhag Lekh was dictated to Shuk Swami on Maghshar Sud 15, Vikram Samvat 1883 and witnessed by elder saints and satsangis of the Sampraday. Sahajanand Swami