Shri Swaminarayan Mukhya Mandir, Junagadh is a Hindu temple in Junagadh, Gujarat, India. This temple changed into ordered to be constructed by way of Lord Swaminarayan himself, the founding father of the Swaminarayan Sampraday. The metropolis of Junagadh is nestled inside the lap of Mt. Girnar. The temple is located inside the centre of the metropolis. The land for this shrine become proficient by means of King Hemantsinh, and reminiscences of him were maintained here. The basis stone for the temple was laid at the arms of Gunatitan and Swami in the presence of Gopalanand Swami and different senior paramhansas on May 10, 1826 A.D. The creation of this temple became supervised with the aid of Brahmanand Swami.
The prana pratishta, or the installation of the deities, lasted for 2 complete days with the festivities of the auspicious activities. On May 1, 1828 A.D., Swaminarayan himself hooked up Shri Ranchhodrai and Trikamrai inside the inner sanctum. In the jap wing, he mounted Radharaman Dev and Harikrishna Maharaj and within the western facet he set up Siddheswar Mahadev, Parvati, Ganesha and Nandishwar. The Mughal Subba Bahadur Khan paid a private go to to the region on this occasion. Swaminarayan blessed the provincial head of the Mughal empire and honoured the king Hemantsinh for his gift of the land for the temple.