Baps Shri Swaminarayan Mandir reviews
This place is amazing. Don't second think going, JUST GO. I got to pour water on a sacred statue named "Nilkanth Varni". I loved this place. I was originally Christian but I converted over to a... more »
I recommend seeing this temple even to an atheist, here beauty is combined with spirituality and serenity, an atmosphere of peace and peace of mind will reign in your heart and you will definitely... more »
BAPS is a very nice, new and peaceful temple. The architecture and design of both the inside and outside is very beautiful and marvelous. Inside of temple is made from all marble with incredible intricate designs. They have done an incredible job carving and constructing America's largest Hindu temple. The food court (cafeteria) is amazing, they have a very large variety of great foods at a cheap price. There are many volunteers who are all very friendly and the area is always kept clean. Love this temple and would recommend for everyone to check out.
The architecture looked like a wonder. The vibrations of this temple is amazing. Very very friendly and kind staff. The cafeteria is just awesome. The crowd is managed very efficiently. Very well maintained campus. Plenty of parking space. A must visit place in USA
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