“How Should we live our lives”
“ईश्वर से प्रेम, सज्जन पुरुषों से मित्रता,
दुखि पर दया और विरोधी के उपेक्षा”
“We should love God, be friendly to the right people, have compassion for the unfortunate and ignore the enemies”
Guruji’s Kathas have a quality that makes it captivating to young and old alike and are frequently telecast on the electronic media. .
|A baby boy, destined to be a true disciple of Bade Maharajshri, and the spiritual guide to so many, was born on the 2nd day of July, 1964, in a small village in Uttar Pradesh. Having lost his parents at an early age, he was brought up, along with two elder brothers, by his uncle. At the age of sixteen, he completed his 10th grade as an outstanding student at Artara, Hamirpur in 1980. His love for God and his thirst for Gnan impelled him to leave home, in search of God. While studying Sanskrit, he had the opportunity to associate with several learned and enlightened Mahatmas. He spent a year with Shri Roti Ram Babaji, a great Saint of the time.Guruji’s superb blending of the content and purport of the text, with practical matters and examples makes it a delightful, emotionally enriching experience. His Kathas have a quality that makes it captivating to young and old alike and are frequently telecast on the electronic media.
Guruji was given Sanyas Deeksha in 2008, by Paramhansa Pujya Swami Satyananda Saraswati of the Bihar School of Yoga at Munger. Later, in 2009 Paramhansa Swami Niranjanandaji conducted the concluding ceremony on the bank of the Holy Narmada. This was done in Jabalpur, at the Saket Dham Ashram. This Ashram is graced by the sublime Mandir of Shri Rameshwara Mahadev, established in 2005 under the aegis of the well known Saint, Pujya Baba Kalyandasji Maharaj.