Shikshapatri Written by Bhagwan Shree Swaminarayan’s own blissful hand on Vasant Panchmi day of Vikram Samvat 1882. In this booklet total 212 shlok. Shreeji Maharaj sat in the Hari Mandap his residence at Vadtal Temple and wrote it in Sanskrit. He instructed the pandit Saint Nityanand Swami to translate it into Gujarati. It has since been translated numerous times into other languages.
It is said to that Shikshapatri is a book of do’s and don’ts but some others call it a mode of conduct. To the followers of the Swaminarayan Sampraday, who love and adore their Ishtadev, these are words of divine guidance on how to live a moral and peaceful life. The Shikshapatri comprises the essence of all the scriptures of Sanatan Dharma, so Swaminarayan followers read it daily.
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