Welcome to Shri Muktjivan Swamibapa Prerana Trust swamibapa – swamibapa
Why We Are Different

We are a group of people with common objective of making bridge between the needy and benefactor. We are not into fund raising and are just a medium through which the donor can reach the needy and pass on the benefits to them directly

We also aim to foster quality of virtue in them through spiritualism મારી આંખના રતન

Our initiatives
My Beloved Children
મારી આંખના રતન
“My Beloved Children – મારી આંખના રતન” is a project dedicated to the unconditional efforts of Shri Muktjivan Swamibapa for the cause of education . He was immensely fond of children and always called them “My Beloved Children – મારી આંખના રતન” and was very keen on their education. Through this initiative we aim to help those needy students who face difficulty in completion of their education. We would be putting the needs of such children on case to case basis and looking forth to avail help for such students so that they are not deprived of a bright future. We solicit your involvement and cooperation.
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Our life, Our Responsibility

"It is a painful thing to look at your own trouble and know that you yourself and no one else has made it.”
- Sophocles

The depth of the love of parents for their children cannot be measured. It exceeds concern for life itself. The love of a parent for a child is continuous and transcends heartbreak and disappointment. The only expectation the parent has for children is that they take righteous path and never surrender to vices. Parents are continuously concerned about such vices specially because of the exposure of the child to outside influence.

Therefore, as a child it is our utmost responsibility to be aware of the precious life our parents have gifted us and to lead it with utmost care. This is the only way we can repay back to our parents for the unconditional love they have ushered on us.

Let us take a pledge that we will never ever surrender to vices such as alcohol, narcotics, tobacco etc. and make OUR PARENTS HAPPY .

Shri Muktjivan Swamibapa was a social reformer who was very keen on youth development. He took various initiatives to influence the youth. He was very well aware of the effects of the vices such as tobacco and alcoholism on the young generation and their families as a whole. He therefore along with his disciple Sadguru Shastri Shri Anandpriyadasji Swami travelled village to village and created awareness regarding the same.

We, therefore have started this initiative as a small tribute to Swamibapa and Sadguru Shastri Shri Anandpriyadasji Swami who still at the age of 97 years is putting efforts for a vices free society.


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208 souls have taken pledge to live a healthy, happy and responsible life.
Sadguru Shastri Shri Anandpriyadasji Swami Mahant, Shri Swaminarayan Mandir -Kumkum

Sadguru Shastri Shri Anandpriyadasji Swami is the first disciple (saint) of Shri Muktjivan Swamibapa. He is a humble pious and poised saint who is currently 97 years old. He has dedicated his life and lives as per the penchant of Shri Swaminarayan Bhagwan, Shri Jeevanpran Bapashri and Shri Muktjivan Swamibapa.

Sadguru Shastri Shri Anandpriyadasji Swami Mahant, Shri Swaminarayan Mandir -Kumkum
Shri Muktjivan Swamibapa – (1907-1979)

As pronounced by Lord Shree Swaminarayan, Jeevanpran Bapashree, Sadguru Shree Gopalanand Swami, Sadguru Shree Nirgundasji Swami and Sadguru Shree Ishwarcharandasji Swami, the fourth spiritual heir of Lord Shree Swaminarayan's heritage, Shree Muktjivan Swamibapa manifested on the Earth. He was a remarkable religious and social reformer who balanced spiritualism with modernity. He highlighted the importance of meditation and its benefit not only for spiritual upliftment but also to moderate the effect of modern day stress. He not only preached but put the same into practice by doing meditation continuously for 12 days, 31 days, 16 days and 61 days respectively.

Shri Muktjivan Swamibapa – (1907-1979)