Swaminarayan gadi pipe band

Shree Muktajeevan Pipe Band was established in 1972 in honour of Gurudev Adya Acharyapravar Jeevanpran Shree Muktajeevan Swamibapa. With the Divine Blessings of HH Swamibapa, the devotees of Shree Swaminarayan Gadi Sansthan, London formed the Pipe Band

With the continuous inspiration and guidance of HDH Acharya Swamishree, the band has flourished into a unique Indian Pipe Band in full Scottish regalia playing both Indian and Scottish Tunes

Similarly sister Bands have been established the world over – H H Swamibapa Pipe Band in Nairobi, Kenya, Swamibapa Pipe Band in New Jersey, USA and Swaminarayan Gadi Pipe Band in Bolton, UK. All of these Bands frequently mobilise to support charitable causes.

The Band

The function of the pipe band was primarily to play at the major festivals and charitable events sponsored by Shree Swaminarayan Gadi Sansthan.

Additionally the band plays at public festivals and fund raising events through out the world. These include:-

  • Charity fund raiser Maastricht, Holland
  • Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust Appeal
  • Youth Music of the World fund raiser
  • Murti Pratishta Mahotsav
  • Blood Donation Event Bolton, UK
  • Organ Donation Campaign, London, UK
  • Universal Peace Convention, Maninagar Ahmedabad, India
  • Queen’s Golden Jubilee, Commonwealth Celebrations, Buckingham Palace, London
  • Tsunami Fund Raising, Leicester Square and Oxford Street, London

And many more……….

Performances

Swaminaryan gadi pipe band have performed around the world. Here is the lsit of the performances

London pipe band

London pipe band

Bolton pipe band

Bolton pipe band

Kenya pipe band

Kenya pipe band

USA pipe band

USA pipe band

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4 thoughts on “Swaminarayan gadi pipe band

  1. Played in India in 2007 for an Indian culture, played in London Trafalgar square for an Indian activity and finally played in Kenya for an Indian Culture.
    sorry you have never played there with a bag pipe, I AM A LOOSER and I am sorry that I commented on your blog. I love being a looser

  2. I do not agree with Kishor’s comment. The blog is simply talking about ‘Swaminarayangadi pipe band’ generally.The writer has at no point implied that he played at those places. He has just given a general historiological background on a pipe band, which according to me is not illegal.

    So let’s stop getting defensive!!!!

  3. This blog distinctly highlights the evolution and the amazing charitable work carried out by Shree Muktajeevan Pipe Band and makes no comments about the role of the me (the Author) in any of the events mentioned in the blog, and is not biased in anyway whatsoever. The blog is supported or based on the information published on the official Swaminarayan Gadi website. Please read the blog carefully before commenting.

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