Mahashivratri

Mahashivratri

Mahashivratri is one of the major hindu festivals and is dedicated to Lord Shiva; he also commonly known as Shankar Bhagwan. Lord Shiva is traditionally known as the destroyer of the universe but he also plays a key role in creation. According to sacred scriptures after creation was complete, Parvati asked Lord Shiva which ritual pleased him most the Lord replied that the 13th night of the new moon, during the month of Maagha is the most favourite day; this is the day of Mahashivratri.  

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Brahmswaroop Shastriji Maharaj

Brahmswaroop Shastriji Maharaj

  Background Shastriji Maharaj was the 3rd spiritual successor to Bhagwan Swaminarayan after Gunatitanand Swami and Bhagatji Maharaj. Shastriji Maharaj’s birth name was Dungar Bhakta. He was born into a satsangi family on Vasant Panchmi (a day marked in India as the start of Spring) in January 1865; he shares the same birthday as Brahmanand Swami and Nishkulanand Swami (senior paramhansa of Shreeji Maharaj). Dungar Bhakta was born in a village called Mahelav, which is close to Vidhyanagar.  

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Mahashivratri

Mahashivratri is one of the major hindu festivals and is dedicated to Lord Shiva; he also commonly known as Shankar Bhagwan. Lord Shiva is traditionally known as the destroyer of the universe but he also plays a key role in creation. According to sacred scriptures after creation was complete, Parvati asked Lord Shiva which ritual pleased him most the Lord replied that the 13th night of the new moon, during the month of Maagha is…

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Param Pujya Taraben Divine Day - A Brief History by Pujya Parulben Sood

We all know Pujya Taraben as one of the four pillars of Gunatit Jyot.  Below is a brief account of Pujya Taraben’s life to give us all some more insight her life and achievements. Pujya Taraben’s principle by which she lived her life was “Paraane Divyabhav Rakhvo”, which can be translated as ‘Persist in seeing god in everyone’. Taraben’s father was Tulsidas, her mother Sonaba, her older brother Kantibhai and older sisters Shantaben and Vidyaben.  Pujya…

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Param Pujya Sonaba Smurti Din 21 Jan by Gunatit Jyot

  સ્વામિશ્રીજી   પ.પૂ.સોનાબાની ૧૬મી પૂણ્યતીથિ એ ભાવ વંદના (તા.૨૧/૧/૧૯૯૫)   બા આપનો મહિમા નેતિ નેતિ છે. આપે શાસ્ત્રીજી મહારાજને, યોગીજી મહારાજને ભગવાનના ભાવે સેવ્યા. કાકાશ્રી-પપ્પાજીની પણ એ જ ભાવે ભક્તિ કરી એ રૂપ બન્યાં. છતાંય સ્વામી   સેવક્ભાવ સર્વોત્તમ રહ્યો. બા એક આદર્શ સાધક, આદર્શ ગુરૂ, આદર્શ સ્વરૂપ તરીકે સમ્યક ર્દષ્ટિવાળા ને સર્વદેશીય મા તે મા . સર્વ પ્રત્યે વાત્સલ્ય પ્રેમ વરસાવ્યો. નિરપેક્ષભાવે સૌ ચૈતન્યોનું તન, મન, ધન, આત્માથી જતન કર્યા જ કર્યું.

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Uttarayan – Makar Sankranti 14th January by Pujya Pannaben Visani

  Sankranti is the Sanskrit word, which refers to the transmigration of the Sun from one Rāshi (zodiac in Indian astrology) to the other. Hence there are 12 such sankrantis in all. However, the Sankranti festival usually refers to Makara Sankaranti, or the transition of the Sun from Dhanu rashi (Sagittarius) to Makara rashi (Capricorn). This festival takes place around 21 days after the tropical winter solstice (between December 20th and 23rd) that marks the…

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05th Dec 2016 - Param Pujya Jasuben's Divine Day by Pujya Rekhaben Khamar

Pujya Jasuben is one of the six sadgurus of our Gunatit Samaj in whose spiritual care Param Pujya Pappaji had kindly allowed us all to progress and reach the ultimate heights of Gunatit Gnan.  

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Bhai Bij

  Bhai Bij is celebrated on the 5th day of Diwali by Hindus across the world, whereby sisters pray for the long, healthy and prosperous lives of their brothers.  

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