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Exhibitions for Women

A special exhibition titled ‘Ideal Womanhood’ has been prepared and presented by the women’s wing of the Sanstha. It gives inspiration and motivation to women to better their lives, simultaneously showing the role of women in our society and the world. BAPS has displayed such exhibitions in all the major functions organized around the world from New Jersey (USA) to London to India.

  • In 1995, Mumbai, the Women’s wing of the Sanstha organized a beautiful inspiring exhibition ‘Jewels of Womanhood.’ The exhibition presented a powerful message to all women in age groups on themes of Renunciation, Sacrifice, Devotion, Wisdom, Valor and Understanding. Incidents were taken from the lives of famous virtuous Indian women like Mirabai, Draupadi, the Gopis of Vrindavan, Jijimata (Shivaji’s mother), Putliba (Gandhiji’s mother), Menawati (Gopichand’s wife),. Renowned stage artist Padmarani commented: "In all my career as an artist, I’ve seen many such presentations, but never as precise, professional and powerful as this. It’s like heaven on earth."

BAPS from time to time organizes inspiring youth exhibitions to motivate both male and female youths to a better life of discipline, service and free from addictions and laziness.

  • During the 6th International Youth Festival in Vidyanagar in 1990, a specially designed exhibition was set up which depicted:

  • Ideal Womanhood
  • Youth & Inspiration
  • Youth Achievers
  • Youth & Creativity
  • Youth & Time
  • Youth & Service
  • Youth & Health
  • Consumer Protection
  • Computer Awareness
  • Career Guidance
  • Ecological Awareness
    • In 1992, an exhibition titled "Youth Can Change The World" was included as part of the Swaminarayan Nagar, set up to celebrate the Centenary of Brahmaswarup Yogiji Maharaj in Gandhinagar, India. More than 5 million people visited the exhibition that lasted 35 days.


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