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Aptavani 3 (Hindi) By Dada Bhagwan
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People have had numerous goals and aspirations in life. However, most of us have failed to address the basic question, “Who am I?” For times immemorial, people are going after... More > materialistic things in life. However, a true Gnani Purush (the enlightened one) will show the right path towards self-realization and help us liberate from the worldly shackles. In the presented book, Dadashri (Gnani Purush) has discussed on soul, its properties and a variety of topics such as knowledge (gnan), vision (darshan), strength (shakti) of the Self, concepts of swasatta (something not dependent on external factors), vyavhar atma (relative self) and nischay atma (true self) and many more. In the second half of the book, Dadashri has given keys on how to live life without conflicts, explained that how with right belief, there is no sorrow (dukh), and issues relating to family organization. A good read of this book will go a long way in creating bliss and peace in our lives.< Less
Gnani Purush - Part 1 (In Hindi) By Dada Bhagwan
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To meet a Gnani Purush (Self-Realized One), and to access their spiritual power to achieve spiritual enlightenment, is extremely rare. One such Gnani Purush of recent time is Param Pujya Dada... More > Bhagwan. The book “Gnani Purush – Part 1”, describes his early childhood life before he attained spontaneous Self Realization. He went through the same incidents that we have all gone through, but what he learnt from each incident and how he tackled every problem he faced, is described in this book.< Less
Gnani Purush - Part 1 (Gujarati) By Dada Bhagwan
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To meet a Gnani Purush (Self-Realized One), and to access their spiritual power to achieve spiritual enlightenment, is extremely rare. One such Gnani Purush of recent time is Param Pujya Dada... More > Bhagwan. The book “Gnani Purush – Part 1”, describes his early childhood life before he attained spontaneous Self Realization. He went through the same incidents that we have all gone through, but what he learnt from each incident and how he tackled every problem he faced, is described in this book.< Less
Aptavani 13 Purvadh (Hindi) By Dada Bhagwan
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The essence of all scriptures, and spiritual discourses is one and the same and that is to get the ‘awareness and the knowledge of Self’. The ‘main Self’ is shuddha (verily... More > pure), but one has the wrong belief of “who am I”? This wrong belief of 'I am Chandu' (reader should use his name) has given rise to the prakruti (nature and characteristics of a person). There are only two things in the world, non-living (jadd) and living (chetan). The two have always been distinct and different, but a mix of both has led to the visheshbhaav of “I am Chandubhai” which contradicts the basics of Self-realization, which is “I am the Self/soul”. Published in this book is the speech of the Gnani Purush (The enlightened one) of Akram Vignan (spiritual science) who came to be known to the world as Dadashri (master of spiritual science). He has explained the root cause of pakruti. He has also discussed the eight types of karmas. This book is an eye-opener to the science of prakruti and karmas.< Less
Satya Asatya Na Rahasyo (Gujarati) By Dada Bhagwan
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A lot of people struggle to understand what the truth is, what is right and what is wrong. There is perpetual dilemma to distinguish between right and wrong. According to Dada Bhagwan, the Gnani... More > Purush (the enlightened one), in the worldly life there are three types of truth. One - absolute truth (self) second - relative truth and third - untruth. In this book, Dadashri has discussed the meaning of absolute and relative truth. Absolute truth 'I' can never be destroyed, it is eternal. It belongs to the soul (atma). The realization that you are pure soul (shuddha-atma) is eternal, and ultimate truth. Relative truth is what is determined by the people at large. The relative truth may vary from person to person. The relative truth may help us in our development in the relative world, but for real development absolute truth is necessary. The book presents Pujya Dadashri’s spiritual discourses on absolute and relative truth and the nature of truth.< Less
Satya Asathya (Hindi) By Dada Bhagwan
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A lot of people struggle to understand what the truth is, what is right and what is wrong. There is perpetual dilemma to distinguish between right and wrong. According to Dada Bhagwan, the Gnani... More > Purush (the enlightened one), in the worldly life there are three types of truth. One - absolute truth (self) second - relative truth and third - untruth. In this book, Dadashri has discussed the meaning of absolute and relative truth. Absolute truth 'I' can never be destroyed, it is eternal. It belongs to the soul (atma). The realization that you are pure soul (shuddha-atma) is eternal, and ultimate truth. Relative truth is what is determined by the people at large. The relative truth may vary from person to person. The relative truth may help us in our development in the relative world, but for real development absolute truth is necessary. The book presents Pujya Dadashri’s spiritual discourses on absolute and relative truth and the nature of truth.< Less
Satya Asatya Na Rahasyo (In Marathi) By Dada Bhagwan
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A lot of people struggle to understand what the truth is, what is right and what is wrong. There is perpetual dilemma to distinguish between right and wrong. According to Dada Bhagwan, the Gnani... More > Purush (the enlightened one), in the worldly life there are three types of truth. One - absolute truth (self) second - relative truth and third - untruth. In this book, Dadashri has discussed the meaning of absolute and relative truth. Absolute truth 'I' can never be destroyed, it is eternal. It belongs to the soul (atma). The realization that you are pure soul (shuddha-atma) is eternal, and ultimate truth. Relative truth is what is determined by the people at large. The relative truth may vary from person to person. The relative truth may help us in our development in the relative world, but for real development absolute truth is necessary. The book presents Pujya Dadashri’s spiritual discourses on absolute and relative truth and the nature of truth.< Less

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