Three permanent exhibition halls have been built to educate
the visitor on sacred movement.
Hall 1: Sahajanand
The life of Swaminarayan is described through imaginative
shows and settings. The exhibition consists of 'travel in
time' through a video show; a fiber-optics cosmos; a
miniature amusement of Chhapiya village; 'sound-n-light'
shows, and 'Journey through India'.
Hall 2: Sat-Chit-Anand
Sat Chit Anand hall is used to present an IMAX large format
film named Mystic India. Mystic India is the first
large-format epic on India. Depicting the unbelievable trip
of Neelkanth, as Swaminarayan was known in his teenage
years, through the heart and soul of India, it rediscovers a
land enriched with the wealth of spirituality, culture and
This hall once housed an amazing 14-screen multimedia
presentation, "Integrovision", to present an exhibition of
Vedic philosophy and of man's search for the everlasting
truth, through breath-taking imagery. In addition to the
presentation, the exhibition also includes a 'Tunnel of
Mirrors,' dancing musical fountains and a glass mosaic.
Hall 3: Nityanand
Walk-through dioramas and fiberglass figures exhibits the
message of the Ramayana, Mahabharata and Upanishads. The
show includes a recreation of a tranquil Gurukul situated in
the lap of nature; an audio-animatronics show; an activity
of the Hastinapur palace from the Mahabharata; exciting
compositions of saint-poets; and an exhibition on 'Harmony
of religions of the world '.