Kanjeta is a tribal village at the base of the Ratanmahal Hill, a scenic natural area in Gujarat renowned for its natural beauty and also for its inhabition by bears.
On the guidance of HH Pramukh Swami Maharaj, sadhus began efforts for strengthening satsang here in 1980. Since then, many tribals have shed their addictions and also their dependence on superstitions. This mandir is a testament to their efforts and a positive change in their lifestyles.
Pramukh Swami Maharaj performed the Vedic murti-pratishtha rituals of the murtis for this hari mandir on 9 April 2012 in Sarangpur.
The sanctified murtis were then brought to Kanjeta for installation. On 26 November 2013, 200 yajaman couples participated in the yagna. Then, in the afternoon, a grand nagar yatra was held throughout the village. On 27 November, Ghanshyamcharan Swami ritually consecrated the murtis in the new hari mandir.