The Trimandir is a two storey structure. The main hall of the temple is 10000sq ft and the podium is 20000 sq ft. A 108 feet high shikhar on the Sanctum of Shree Simandhar Swami comprises of 70 smaller shikhars. The intricate carvings on pink sandstone from Bansi Pahadpura (Rajasthan) adds to the beauty of the Mandir.

The foundation wall of 9 feet thickness has been constructed given the weight of the idols and to ensure longevity.

The majestic gold plated crown of Shree Simandhar Swami weighs 65 kgs and the 6 feet high chatra weighs 150 kgs. The sanctum of Shivji and Krishna Bhagwan has similar grandeur. At night, the grand Chandeliers / brilliant lights illuminate the grand Trimandir.

The ground floor comprises of an acoustically treated hall with marble flooring. The hall has a seating capacity of around 6000 persons. It is a subtle blend of modern technology and traditional Indian culture and is the biggest of its kind in Gujarat. Five jumbo projector screens facilitate the audience in every nook and corner of the hall to ensure there is a full view of the stage.

In the morning spiritual seekers gather daily at the Satsang Hall to listen to the spiritual discourses of Akram Vignan by Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan. Above the Satsang Hall is the Temple which houses a 13 feet idol of Shree Simandhar Swami in front of the main entrance, while Lord Krishna and Lord Shiva are placed to His right and left side.

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