Join us as we celebrate the birth anniversary of Brahmaswarup Bhagatji Maharaj, the second successor of Bhagwan Swaminarayan.
Holi marks the beginning of spring and is celebrated on Fagan Sud Chaudas. People celebrate this festival by spraying colorful water and powder on each other.
Fuldol, also known as Pushpadolotsav, is celebrated the day after Holi. Pushpa means flower, hence, this is the festival of flowers and colors. On this day, devotees place the murti of Bhagwan in a hindolo made of colorful flowers, which is then gently swung by devotees. People also spray colored water and toss gulal powder on each other. The sentiment behind the festival is to ask God to color one’s life with bhakti and to symbolically bring God closer to one’s heart by continuously striving to offer bhakti.