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In His discourse of 27th June 2013 Bapu spoke about ‘Gavhache sattva’ (Gahu=wheat. sattva=the concentrate. Gavhache sattva=the concentrate of wheat). I am sharing the recipe of this nutritious dish:  Soak the wheat (grains) in water overnight. On the following day, drain the water and soak the wheat once again in fresh water. Repeat the same procedure on the third day too. On the fourth day drain the water and adding

Digital Fortress

Just a couple of weeks back, I finished reading an extremely interesting book titled Digital Fortress;a techno-thriller novel written by the renowned American author Dan Brown who has authored the international bestseller novel, The Da Vinci Code. I read the Marathi translation of the book which was wonderfully done by Ashok Padhye. Its great to see Mehta Publishing House making these quality novels available to Marathi readers.  Digital Fortress transports

Bapu Sports

Bapu, on an umpteen number of occasions in His pravachans has emphasized the importance of playing various sports and outdoor sports in particular. We all know that Bapu was a keen sportsman Himself during His younger days, particularly distinguishing himself in the outdoor sports. A couple of weeks back I was fortunate to see Bapu in ‘action’ once again, when we a few of us had gone for a week’s

The Wrath of the Dhari-devi! (Dhara-mata)

Just recently Uttarakhand has seen ravaging floods and the resulting human-loss. We have been watching all these news through newspaper and news channels. Bapu mentioned this catastrophe during his yesterday’s discourse. An article has been published in today’s Pratyaksha related to this; the English translation of which is been furnished as under.  Popular belief has it that the Dhari-devi (the Goddess Dhari) protects the bhaktas who are on the pilgrimage

European Economy

Just last week, the Secretary General of Red Cross, Bekele Geleta, warned that the ever increasing unemployment and poverty in some of the European countries is fuelling unrest and that these issues may result in a sudden uprising of the masses if proper measures are not taken to resolve them. Wolfgang Schaeuble, Finance Minister of Germany, while talking about the same issues, warned of disintegration of Europe if unemployment was

Nahu Tujhiya Preme, Aniruddha Premsagara... Majhya Bhaktanayaka!!!

“अवघा रंग एक झाला, रंगी रंगला श्रीरंग…” These immortal lines of Soyrabai actually came to life on Sunday, 26th of May 2013 at the Padmashri Dr. D.Y. Patil Stadium. It was the occasion of the ‘never before never again’ Premyatra (journey of love), titled Nahu Tuzhiya Preme (bathing in the shower of your love), a bouquet of chosen abhangas to be offered at the lotus feet of our beloved Sadguru, Aniruddha

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“Nhau Tuzhiya Preme, the function, may be over, but what it has managed to achieve is quite beyond one’s imagination and comprehension. It has indeed sown the seeds of everlasting and ever-increasing bhakti of Shraddhavaans towards Bapu. It has guided Shraddhavaans into introspecting as to where their bhakti stands today… in fact, there is no end to what it has done. I have received numerous feedbacks from Shraddhavaans who were

Bapu-at-Shree-Hanuman-Chalisa-Pathan-2013

Bapu at Shree Hanuman Chalisa Pathan – 2013 Today was the seventh and last day of the Shree Hanuman Chalisa Pathan at Shree Gurukshetram. On this occasion, a few wonderful moments were witnessed by all those present at Shree Gurukshetram. Today, from 4:30 pm onwards, the 12 Banalingas and the Shaligrams [kept in Shree Gurukshetram] were placed on the Dharmasan at Shree Gurusketram and Bilvapatra [Bel leaves] were offered on

Nahu Tujhiya Preme Satsang

Another set of heart-filling responses from my fellow Shraddhavan as under: 1. Anitaveera and Rajeevsinh Mujumdar Dubai Upasana Kendra The mega Satsang Nhau Tujiya Preme… (WHAT AN EXPERIENCE!!!) .was the most overwhelming, humbling and awesome experience anyone could have experienced. The repertoire of bhakti songs composed by Adyapipa, Dr. Yogindrasinh Joshi, Meenatai Dabholkar etc… were very melodiously and marvelously presented by the musicologist.  The singers started with an invocation which