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Never Will The World Forget This Matchless Gnani Purush (Gujarati Dadavani November-2007)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Title: Never Will The World Forget This Matchless Gnani Purush (Gujarati Dadavani November-2007)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
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Language: Gujarati
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
Collections: Authors Community, Religion
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Publication Date:
2007
Publisher: Mahavideh Foundation
Member Page: DadaBhagwan

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For the salvation of such human beings, the Self expressed spontaneously in full glory within the bodily temple of Shri Ambalal Muljibhai Patel of Bhadran, Gujarat, India in June 1958. The fully enlightened Self within is referred to as ‘Dada Bhagwan’. After that evening, Ambalal became Gnani Purush Dadashri and his satsang opened up the new path of liberation called Akram Vignan. It took only an hour for this science to manifest within him, and it brought final answers and closure to all matters related to spirituality. Thus nature presented the phenomenal gift of Akram Vignan at the feet of the world. In this Kalikaal the extraordinary wonder of total reverence and worship for an ordinary householder—not an ascetic-renunciate—arose. A Gnani manifested in the attire of a family man, who commenced giving the phenomenal knowledge of the Self— Atmagnan to the world, thus becoming the absolute nimit—evidence in turning people to the path of liberation. Thus he made extraordinary contribution in the service of jagat kalyan salvation of the world. Dadashri had only one burning desire that, ‘May the whole world attain this bliss that I have attained.’ With infinite compassion he used to say, “It is hard to see all this suffering humanity. My deep inner intent is that may all living beings of the universe attain peace and happiness. May many people attain moksha—final liberation from the cycles of birth and death. I will go to moksha after sending all these people to moksha. However, in fact moksha is my constant experience right here.”

 

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