Lifetime Bhaktachinatamani recitation:
Bhaktachinatamani is a precious gift of Sadguru Shree Nishkulanand Swami to the Sampraday. It has the divine boon to fulfill the desire of singer or listener and so the worth name Bhaktachinatamani is given to this scripture. This scripture is full of divine deeds of Shreeji Maharaj along with his inspirational sermons and principles of the Sampraday. A continuous recitation of Bhaktachinatamani is going on in its rhythmic tune during the Darshan time.
The recitation of pious name or Mantra of Bhagawan Shree Swaminarayan is the root of eternal happiness and tool to get rid of all impurities and miseries of life. An incessant Dhoon of Swaminarayan Mantra is being performed for a month every year.
Sadguru Shree Gopalanand Swami bestowed his grace on Sampraday and on all followers with the divine Mahapooja. The holy ritual of Mahapooja includes the Poojan of Shreeji Maharaj along with all incarnations, deities and Mukatas. For the achievement of any desire or in the beginning of any new aspects or adventure devotees perform the Mahapooja.
Shastriji Maharaj performed the seva of Shree Harikrishna Maharaj of his Pooja with an capitulated devotion for the whole life. A lifetime Mahapooja of the same Shree Harikrishna Maharaj (Thakoraji) is being performed daily.
Swaminarayan Satsang Pathashala:
To nurture the knowledge and devotion in youths and followers a Swaminarayan Pathashala is being run well at Gurukul Taravada and at Una. On every 3rd Sunday of the month at Gurukul, devotees tage benefit of this Pathashala during 09:00 am to 05:00 pm. At Una, Pathashala is proceeds on every 4th Sunday of the month.
Monthly Satsang Sabha:
On every 3rd Sunday of the Month a Satsang assembly is arranged for the local devotees during 05:00 pm to 07:00 pm.
Makar Sankranti is being celebrated every year by Gurukul family with various spiritual and social activities. Devotees from surrounding villages and from distant areas participate actively with great zeal.
Bal-Yuva Mandal :
Many activities of Bal-Mandals and Yuva-mandals are conducted often. Saints pay frequent visits to the Mandals and villages for Satsang and spiritual inspiration.