Holy Pilgrimage - Hindu temples in USA -207

Holy Pilgrimage - Hindu temples in USA  

Shree SwaminarayanTemple, Somerset, NJ

"Shree SwaminarayanTemple, New Jersey - USA" 
Shree Laxminarayan Dev Gadi, Vadtaldham. 1667 Amwell Rd, Somerset, NJ 08873, USA,
Ph : +1 732-873-8000, Email : info@vdnj.org

Our Temples:
The following Six(6) temples were built in the presence of Bhagwan Shree Swaminarayan about 170 years ago and temples are located in the State of Gujarat, India. He installed the Murtis by Himself in these 5 temples as listed below. When mandir in Gadhada was being built, He even carried bricks and rocks on His soneri pagh from Ghela river to temple's site.


Swaminarayna  Mandir,  Somerset, New Jersey.
FROM:   July 27, Wednesday TO  July 29, Friday 2011
Contact us:
" Shree Laxminarayan Dev Gadi, Vadtal Dham "

1667 Amwell Rd, Somerset, NJ 08873, United States,
Ph : +1 732-873-8000, Email : info@vdnj.org

From New York City, Bronx, Upper New York State, Queens and Long Island:
Take Lincoln Tunnel/ George Washington Bridge/ Holland Tunnel or Verrazano Bridge Follow to NJ Turnpike South-directions below
If you are taking the Outerbridge Crossing, take 440 West to Interstate 287 North. Then follow directions from Route 287
From NJ Turnpike:
Take NJ Turnpike South to Exit 10 for Interstate 287 North. Follow the directions from Route 287
From Garden State Parkway:
If traveling North, take Exit 129 for Interstate 287 North
If traveling South...take Exit 127 for Interstate 287 North
Then follow directions from Route 287
From Interstate 287:
Take Exit 10 - Estern Ave. and follow the signs for New Brunswick (527 - Estern Ave South).
At 4th traffic light turn right on to Demott Lane. Vadtaldham temple is on your left just before 2nd traffic light.(Demott lane and Amwell road intersection), and next to the U.S. Post office
From Route 1 (North OR South):
Take Route 514 West, which is Hamilton Street and then becomes Amwell Road
Vadtaldham temple is at the traffic light of Demott Lane

Om Tat Sat

(My humble  salutations to the great devotees ,  wikisources  and Pilgrimage tourist guide for the collection )


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