The “Tri-Mandir” is a two storey structure whose ground floor comprises of an acoustically treated sound proof hall with marble flooring. The hall having the seating capacity of 10000 people is a subtle blend of modern technology and traditional Indian culture and is the biggest of its kind in Gujarat. Three jumbo projector screens facilitate the audience in every nook and corner of the hall to view the Speaker on the 38 feet long stage. The intricate carvings on pink sandstone from Bansi Pahadpura (Rajasthan) adds to the beauty of the hall.
The main hall of the temple is 10000sq ft and the podium is 20000 sq ft. 108 feet high shikhar on the Sanctum of Shi Simandhar Swami comprises of 70 smaller shikhars. Considering the weight of the idols and a future of 700-800 years, the foundation wall of 9 feet thickness has been constructed.
The majestic gold plated crown of Shri Simandhar Swami weighs 65 kgs and the 6 feet high kalash weighs 150 kgs. The sanctum of Shivji and Krishna Bhagwan has similar grandeurness . At night the brilliant illumination lights lits up the grand trimandir.
Activities at mandir
There is provision for lodging and boarding at the sankul. The present activities are Amba Aarogya Kendra providing medical aids to the common public at a very nominal charge and a gurukul – the earthquake victim children are brought up here so as to give provide them higher education and sanskar. The future projects include setting up an educational institute and a home for the old.