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Kera Suvarna Pratishtha Mahotsav - Premahotsav Rally  
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As a prelude to the Suvarna Patishtha Mahotsav, Shree Swaminarayan Gadi Sansthan held a Shanti (peace) rally, inspired by His Divine Holiness Acharya Swamishree, as part of the on-going Vishwa Shanti Yagna events. The rally was witnessed by thousands of onlookers, as His Divine Holiness Acharya Swamishree gave His divine darshan seated upon a magnificent chariot. This procession served to spread peace throughout the Kutch region and to invite all who witnessed it to the upcoming celebrations in Kera.

The rally commenced in the village of Naranpar where His Divine Holiness Acharya Swamishree commenced the rally with a brilliant display of fireworks, awakening everyone to the divinity of the occasion. This spectacle was led by over 300 scooters, mopeds and motorbikes followed by Acharya Swamishree’s chariot. The procession then moved onto Bapashree’s Chateri in Vrushpur. The Chateri plays an important part in the history of our Karan Satsang - it was here that the celebration of Jeevanpran Bapashree’s centenery celebrations were held over fifty years ago by our beloved Gurudev, Shree Jeevanpran Swamibapa. The rally then proceeded through the streets of Vrushpur and then onto the village of Kera, where hundreds of devotees lined the streets eagerly awaiting the arrival of His Divine Holiness Acharya Swamishree. The procession concluded on the grand stage in the Sabha Mandap that had been meticulously and tirelessly built by the saints of Shree Swaminarayan Gadi Sansthan. Acharya Swamishree’s chariot arrived in a flurry of fireworks to conclude this magnificent event.

Acharya Swamishree has continuously shown His commitment to world peace through the inspiration of the Vishwa Shanti Yagna celebrations. This rally was another demonstration of His undying commitment to this cause.

 
 
 
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