Sankalp Smrutidin

Sankalp Smrutidin

Bhagwan Swaminarayan had made a sankalp that for the emancipation of countless jiva, the Swaminarayan satsang should spread widely across the masses. Brahmswarup Yogiji Maharaj descended on this Earth to fulfil that sankalp and spread the sampraday in to every walk of life. One particular quest was to empower women and give them an equal opportunity to attain God realisation of the highest spiritual level as described by Bhagwan Swaminarayan in Vachanamrut G III 26. Yogiji Maharaj being a tyagi sant could not undertake this task personally and so He chose a grahastha, Babubhai Patel (Pappaji) to take on this task.

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Live streaming Centenary Celebrations

Live streaming Centenary Celebrations

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Memories of Guruhari Pappaji-Jyot Ben-India

Memories of Guruhari Pappaji-Jyot Ben-India

  For the celebration of Pappaji Maharaj’s centenary birthday, we have been graced by our Gunatit swarupo who have written in their own hand writing one of their own fond memories of Guruhari Pappaji, and have shared these with us.  Every week we will be publishing these memories on our Gunatit Jyot website for all of you to enjoy.   Guruhari Pappaji Maharaj ni Jai   Shatabdi Mahaparve ni Jai   Jai Swaminaryan.  

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Memories of Guruhari Pappaji - Pujya Nimuben

Memories of Guruhari Pappaji - Pujya Nimuben

    For the celebration of Pappaji Maharaj’s centenary birthday, we have been graced by our Gunatit swarupo who have written in their own hand writing one of their own fond memories of Guruhari Pappaji, and have shared these with us.  Every week we will be publishing these memories on our Gunatit Jyot website for all of you to enjoy.   Guruhari Pappaji Maharaj ni Jai   Shatabdi Mahaparve ni Jai    Jai Swaminaryan.

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