1 April 1781 – Incarnates as Ghanshyam in Chhapaiya.
31 March 1786 – Begins the study of Sanskrit.
1792 – Leaves home to begin Kalyan Yatra.
1793 – Performs four months of severe penance in Muktinath.
24 October 1794 – Masters ashtanga yoga.
21 August 1799 – Arrives in Loj, meets Muktananad Swami.
18 June 1800 – Meets Ramanand Swami and Mulji Sharma in Piplana.
28 October 1800 – Initiated into the sadhu fold in Piplana by Ramanand Swami.
16 November 1801 –Appointed as head of the fellowship.
31 December 1801 – Reveals the Swaminarayan mantra.
5 November 1802 – Muktanand Swami composes the aarti after understanding Bhagwan Swaminarayan’s true glory.
November 1803 – Visits Bhadra and upon meeting Mulji Sharma again, reveals him to be Aksharbrahma.
18 June 1804 – Initiates 500 paramhansas in Kalvani in one night.
25 December 1808 – Performs ahimsic yagna in Jetalpur.
20 January 1810 – Initiates Mulji Sharma as Gunatitanand Swami at the mahayagna in Dabhan.
12 March 1812 – Reveals the glory of Aksharbrahma Gunatitanand Swami during raas-lila in Sarangpur.
1812 - 1813 – Organizes massive humanitarian relief campaign during the deadly famine.
21 November 1819 – Begins the discourses recorded in the Vachanamrut.
November 1820 – Reveals the six reasons He incarnated on Earth to Gopalanand Swami
19 March 1821 – Introduces Gunatitanand Swami as Aksharbrahma after applying a tilak-chandlo on his forehead.
25 February 1823 – The divine Maha Raas takes place in Panchala.
12 February 1826 – The Shikshapatri is written in Vadtal.
11 November 1827 – Appoints Gunatitanand Swami as mahant of Junagadh mandir.
1828 – Maharaj Wajesinh of Bhavnagar visit Bhagwan Swaminarayan in Gadhada.
25 July 1829 – The discourses recorded in the Vachanamrut are completed.
26 February 1830 – Meets with Sir John Malcolm, Lt. Governor of the British East India Company.
1 June 1830 – Returns to Akshardham while in Gadhada.

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