Welcome to the BAPS Swaminarayan Research Journal! We are a scholarly publication committed to the advancement of knowledge and understanding in the field of Indian studies. Our Journal publishes original research articles, book reviews, and other contributions that explore a wide range of topics related to Indian history, literature, religion, and culture.

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