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Why are the Vishnu and Shiv forms different, reveals Aniruddha Bapu

In this video from the Pravachan dated 28th February 2008, Sadguru Aniruddha (Bapu) reveals why the two forms of the Parmatma, Vishnu and Shivshankar (Lord Shiva), despite being the same, are separate and distinct at the same time. While also talking about importance of Mahashivratri, Bapu tells us how the Shivshankar form is active in our lives. दि. २८ फेब्रुवारी २००८ च्या ह्या प्रवचनात सद्गुरु अनिरुद्ध (बापू), विष्णू आणि शिवशंकर

qualitative change

In this clip from the Marathi discourse dated 27th March 2003, Sadguru Aniruddha (Bapu) says that the Parmatma (Almighty) is beyond “numbers (Sankhya) or quantity” and values “quality”. Bapu also lays down the concept of Bhakti & Seva in very simple terms and also states that Bhakti, Seva together bring about a qualitative change in an individual. Further, he also explains the significance of Dnyaan Marg, Karma Marg and Yog

clarifies

Spirituality says that we should offer complete Sharanya (Surrender to Parmatma), but the meaning of this term is often not understood. In the Hindi discourse dated 6th October 2005, Sadguru Aniruddha (Bapu) clarifies this. Bapu says that just as we trust our own existence and do not require any proof for it, we should have trust on the existence of Parmatma, and that the Parmatma always wishes our well-being. Even during

शरण, Radhe Krishna

In this Hindi discourse (dated 6th October 2005), Sadguru Aniruddha explains why one should surrender at the feet of Radhe-Krishna, the Parmatma. Importantly, Bapu has very clearly elucidated the difference between surrendering at the feet of the Almighty and surrendering before a person at war. In the end, with the help of shlok “Sarva-dharman parityajya mam ekam saranam vraja”, Bapu tells us the benefits of surrendering before God. इस हिंदी

Alpha to Omega Newsletter - January 2020

January 2020 From the Editor’s Desk Hari Om Friend, I wish you and your dear ones a very happy and prosperous New Year! By the grace of Sadguru Shree Aniruddha, we all have stepped into the year 2020 celebrating the Aniruddha Bhaktibhav Chaitanya! I am sure we all are still immersed in the loving memories from the day of 31st December, which we spent with Sadguru Shree Aniruddha – enjoying

Aniruddha Bhaktibhav Chaitanya

December 2019 From the Editor’s Desk Hari Om Friend, Time flies in a snap! We are only a few weeks away from witnessing the mega satsang, ‘Aniruddha Bhaktibhav Chaitanya’. Preparations are ongoing for this grand event on a large scale. The month of November is peculiarly special for every Shraddhavan, as it is the month of the birthday of our dear Sadguru Shree Aniruddha, who was born on the pious

ईको-फ्रेंडली गणेश मूर्तियां

September 2019 From the Editor’s Desk Hari Om Friend, The holy month of Shravan marks the onset of the festive season and aids spirituality. Every year, the month that brings us the opportunities to collectively chant Ghorkashta Stotra, participate in the Mahadurgeshwar Prapatti, be part of the Ashwattha Maruti Poojan. From this year, it will also give us a great opportunity to perform the ‘Shiva Saha-Parivar Poojan’. A brief details

English Translation of Durge Durghata Bhari Aarti

1. Durge Durghata Bhaari Tuzhavina Saunsaari | Anaath-Naathey Ambe Karuna Vistaari || O Dear Mother Durga, without your eternal grace This world is a very difficult place to live in O Dear Mother Ambe, Protector of the distressed and orphaned Please extend Your all pervading Compassion so that I receive it 2. Vaari Vaari Janma-Maranaantey Vaari | Haari Padalo Aataa Sankata Nivaari || 1 || Please liberate me from this

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Hari om. Shreeram. Ambadnya. Let us begin by listening to the Shreesukta. The Shreesukta! A unique and wonderful gift that is part of the Vedas – a gift that as the Upanishad and the Matruvatsalya say, came to us because of Lopamudra. The Shreesuktam is the poojan (worship), it is the archan (adoration), it is a stotra (a hymn singing praises) and it is a stavan (praises), it is just

Sainath Sadguru of Adyapipa

Bapu (Aniruddhasinh), Suchitdada and myself at Aadyapipa Samadhi Sthanam Today is Shreekrishna Jayanti, the Kalashtami of the month of Shravan, in other words ‘Gokulashtami’ – a very special day for all of the Bapu (Aniruddhasinh) family. It was on this day that Adyapipa i.e. “Kaka” left this world. ‘Kaka’ was what we – my Dada – and I called our father. There was this one thing about Kaka that as a child I