Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul, Vashi  is a famous Hindu temple enshrining Lord Shree Swaminarayan, Shree Radhakrishna Dev, Shree Laxminarayan Dev, Shree Ganeshji, Shree Hanumanji and Lord Shiva. Sadguru Shastriji Maharaj Shri Dharmajivandasji Swami pioneered the Gurukul Tradition for the first time ever in 1948 A.D. Seeing Gurukul and Saints imparting Sanskrit and Religious education to young students on his pilgrimage on foot on the Himalayas, he realised the message of Bhagwan Shree Swaminarayan to preserve and propagate ‘Sadvidya’ all over the world. There he got inner inspiration to start some constructive and serviceful activities based on the broad and benevolent messages of Bhagwan Shree Swaminarayan. Coming back to Saurashtra he established Shree Swaminarayan Gurukul in the year of India’s independence i.e. in 1947-48 at Rajkot Gujarat (India). The highly reputed poet and ideal teacher Shree Tribhuvanbhai Vyas gave encouragement and also devoted services from the beginning. Pujya Purani Swami Shree Premprakashdasji also gave valuable and appreciable contribution for the service activities of Gurukul. With the exemplary conduct and guidance of Mahant Swami Shree Devkrishnadasji Swami, Gurukul has earned a respectful and unique place in the hearts of millions all over the world.

Location Plot 60/A, Sector - 29, Near Rajiv Gandhi Garden, Vashi, Navi Mumbai


Lord Shri Swaminarayan, the source of all incarnations, has gifted to the mankind, the essence of all the scriptures in the form of Shikshapatri. For the benevolence of the entire human race, he has preached to spread the true education on the earth, which he has considered as a great good deed. Following to these principles for the betterment of the society and also for the noble cause of nourishing and spreading the divine commands of Lord Shri Swaminarayan, H.H. Gurudev Shastriji Maharaj Shri Dharmajivandasji Swami has, the dawn of the independence of our country, established Shri Swaminarayan Gurukul, in the year of 1948 in Rajkot, Gujarat (India). Swamiji has revived our ancient "Gurukul Culture" to spread true education with religious virtues in the young generation to enable them to serve the society and the nation as well.


The structure follows modern architectural theme.


The NaviMumbai culture is a blend of traditional festivals, food, music, cinema, and theatres. Vashi is the first node of Navi Mumbai from the island Mumbai direction. It is directly connected by rail and road. Vashi is one of the oldest and most populated nodes in Navi Mumbai. Many companies from Mumbai and other parts of India have set up shop there. Most new firms setting up base in Navi Mumbai township are in or close to Vashi.

Darsan Dresscode 

Clean and conservative attires are preferred while visiting the Temple.

Darsan Info 

Maha puja : 5.00 AM

Artis at 7:30 AM and 7.00 PM

Crowded days are Janmashtami, every Poornima day, Patotsav, Ram Navami, etc.

Special Rituals 

Every Hindu festival is celebrated at the Gurukul.

Temple Rituals

Everyday Maha puja and morning and evening Artis is offered to the Lord.

Additional Info

Shabri Veg Restaurant Vashi

Chenab Restaurant

Ramdev Restaurant