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The Eminence and the Glory of the Sadguru

ll Avadhoot Chintan Shreegurudevadatta ll ll Om Namashchandikayaee ll All other gods are illusory, unreal; the Guru alone is the God Eternal. Once you repose your faith in him, he will help you overcome even the pre-destined.                                                                         – Shri Saisaccharit (Chapter 10 Verse 4) The Shreesaisachcharit holds ever so many verses that sing the glories of the Sadguru! But this one has been and will always be close to

सद्‌गुरूमहिमा ( Sadguru mahima)

ll  अवधूतचिंतन श्रीगुरुदेवदत्त ll ll ॐ नमश्चण्डिकायै ll इतर देव सारे मायिक l गुरुचि शाश्‍वत देव एक l चरणीं ठेवितां विश्वास देख l ‘रेखेवर मेख मारी’ तो ll                             – श्रीसाईसच्चरित अध्याय १० ओवी ४ सद्‌गुरुंची महती सांगणार्‍या अनेक ओव्या श्रीसाईसच्चरितात येत राहतात; पण माझ्या मनाला मात्र कायम ही ओवी व्यापून राहिली. या एकाच ओवीत हेमाडपंत सद्‌गुरुंच्या चरणांचं महत्त्व पटवून देतात. भक्ताने सद्‌गुरुंच्या ठायी विश्‍वास

forgiveness (क्षमा)

In the Hindi discourse from 29th December 2005, Sadguru Aniruddha (Bapu) tells us, How Bhagwati Radhaji always forgives unconditionally. Also, Bapu explains to us about the connection between forgiveness (क्षमा) and our growth and future development. २९ दिसंबर २००५ के हिंदी प्रवचन में सद्गुरु श्रीअनिरुद्धबापू हमें, भगवती राधाजी कैसे हमेशा अकारण क्षमा प्रदान करती हैं, यह बता रहे हैं| साथ ही, यह क्षमा, हमारी उन्नति और हमारा भविष्यकालीन विकास, किस

Ambadnya Ishtika Poojan: Notice about offering Chunari

Hari Om,  Several Shraddhavans perform the Ambadnya Ishtika Poojan at their home as prescribed by Sadguru Shree Aniruddha. Shraddhavans offer Chunaris to the Ambadnya Ishtika, that is, Mothi Aai, as a part of the Nitya Poojan. On the day of Punarmilap of the Ambadnya Ishtika, the Chunaris are also to be a part of the Punarmilap.  A few Upasana Centres have enquired about offering blouse pieces to Mothi Aai instead


– Amita Chogale, Borivali Once a Shraddhavan faces difficulties, relatives question them about Bapu. They ask about the benefits of attending his discourse. However, a real Shraddhavan is capable of answering these people directly. They have a firm belief that their Bapu is much mightier than their difficulties. In the nick of time, Bapu provides the much-needed support and helps pull the Shraddhavan from the direst circumstances.   Once a


– Yogeshsinh Kamble, Miraj Once a person hands over the reins of one’s life to Sadguru Aniruddha Bapu, he takes over. He looks after them during difficult times. All Bapu devotees can vouch for the fact that he not only gives advance intimation but also gets one to be in a state of preparedness, be it financial, emotional, physical or otherwise. One prepares for it even without knowing it. My

Ideas and Imagination

In his discourse on 29 September 2005, Sadguru Shree Aniruddha Bapu explains the difference between ideas and imagination. At the same time, Bapu also clarifies by giving relevant examples of what harm we do by just imagining things. Based on this, Bapu also explains to us, how and why ‘Godess Radha ji’ lives in the forest of our imaginations and thoughts and what is her role in our life.  २९


– Vandanaveera Pednekar, Kandivali The Sadgurutatva remembers all the efforts a Shraddhavan takes on the path of devotion. He ensures that we undertake those efforts so he can create a shield for the future calamities. It could be anything such as writing a notebook of Ramnaam or actions such as donating blood. One’s Sadguru notes such efforts in the bank of good deeds; whenever a calamity strikes, this bank balance

correct balance

In this Hindi discourse dated 7th October 2004, Sadguru Shree Aniruddha Bapu correlates the functioning of the heart, intestines and respiration with our desires and prayers. Bapu explains how vital the pacemaker is for our survival and thus, its connection with God. Furthermore, he guides us on how we can establish the right balance between praying to God and asking for the fulfillment of our desires. ७ अक्तूबर २००४ के


– Siddhartha Hombal, Dharwad A simple looking tumour in the stomach turns out to be malignant. Continuous bleeding begins during the surgery, and slowly the patient begins to have difficulty breathing. Doctors inform the relatives to bid final bye. In such circumstances, just because someone in the family asks to have faith in Bapu and urges to invoke him, all the rules go for a toss, and the patient survives…