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SUCCESS

In this discourse dated 07 Oct 2004, while describing the ‘Devaki Shakti’, Sadguru Aniruddha Bapu explains how success is gained in life from Namasankirtan, Gunasankirtan, i.e. ‘Kirtan‘. Explaining the relationship between Mata Devaki, Yashoda maiya and Bhagwan Krishna, Sadguru Bapu explains how all this is connected with the life of a common man. इस प्रवचन में सद्गुरु अनिरुद्ध बापू हमें नामसंकीर्तन, गुणसंकीर्तन यानी ‘कीर्तन’ से कैसे यश प्राप्ति होती है,

Birth of Shree Krishna

In this clip from the Hindi discourse dated 7th October 2004, Sadguru Aniruddha (Bapu) explains “Yashoda-anand-patnyai” naam from the Radha Sahastranaam. Bapu first explains the simple meaning of this name of Radha ji i.e. wife (patni) of the one who gives ananda (happiness) to Yashoda (Shree Krishna’s mother). He further tells us how this name is associated with the birth of Shree Krishna and also tells us how the number

Wherever I go, you are my companion

– Anandi Ansingkar, Aurangabad Shraddhavans who are under the tutelage of one’s Sadguru would always invoke one’s Sadguru before beginning any endeavour. One requests Bapu to accompany while they step out each single time. Even if one were not to request Bapu to accompany one, he does go with his shraddhavans every single time and one experiences his presence every step up the way. My name is Anandi Ansingkar. I

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

Ganpati

Describing ‘Brahmanaspati Ganapati’, Sadguru Sadguru Aniruddha says that ‘Brahmaspati Ganpati’ Or ‘Muladhara Ganesha’ is the original form of bliss (आनंद). Ganesh ji is the master of the ‘Muladhara Chakra’ present in the human body. Sadguru Bapu explains that Bhagwan Ganesh ji brings bliss or joy in everybody’s daily life, and the ones who enjoy this bliss and live a routine life with happiness are those who achieve happiness at the

Vehicle

– Vinaysinh Bhingarde, Mumbai The Sadguru; who creates happiness in the lives of Shraddhavan, also takes care of them during their difficult times. Shraddhavans would always vouch for the fact that he is always there with each and every one of them no matter if one is on a highway or on a road in a village. The Sadguru; who creates happiness in the lives of Shraddhavan, also takes care

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

A Pricked Needle Came Off….

– Sujata Gade, Satara A Shraddhavan lady has a needle prick her finger leaving the tip of the needle inside. It was a tiny little tip of the needle but the lady cannot bear the pain. However, if someone told one that by applying Udi, the bleeding would stop and then it facilitated the pulling off the tip of the needle, would one believe it? Definitely, a Shraddhavan Bapu follower will

strength

– Anjali Arekar, Karjat A lady suffering from Polio with her aged parents to take care of at home, handling their ailments and those of hers as well, she is standing firm today. Where does that strength come from? Of course, one’s devotion towards one Sadguru comes in handy. It would not be possible without a solid support and help from someone. In this narration of her personal experience, one

Mahavishnu

|| Om Asankhyeyaaya Namah || In this pravachan, Sadguru Aniruddha has explained the meaning of this name of the Mahavishnu. ‘Asankhyey’ primarily means beyond sankhyaa or all numbers, i.e. infinite. However, with very interesting examples, Sadguru Bapu explains the fact that the existence of numbers depends on direction and time, which is one of the mathematical theories of the ‘Sankhya Shastra’. || ॐ असंख्येयाय नमः ||  इस प्रवचन में सद्गुरु