Caretaker of the Shri Sadguru Swami Samarth Seva Trust Muth Shri Arun Sitaram Modak Maharaj from Kalyan (Thane) and his disciples pay a goodwill visit to Sanatan’s ashram in Ramnathi, Goa

Mr. Prakash Marathe felicitating Shri Arun Modak Maharaj (on the right)

Ramnathi (Goa) – Caretaker of ‘Shri Sadguru Swami Samarth Seva Trust Muth’ Shri Arun Sitaram Modak Maharaj and his disciples paid a goodwill visit to Sanatan’s ashram in Ramnathi, Goa on April 1, 2019. They were informed about the mission pertaining to the nation and Dharma, spiritual research and mission carried out in the ashram by Sanatan seeker Dr. Durgesh Samant.

Sanatan’s seeker Mr. Prakash Marathe with a spiritual level of 64% honoured Shri Arun Modak Maharaj with a floral garland. Maharaj also attended the Dainik Sanatan Prabhat anniversary day recently held at Bhandup, along with his disciples.

 

Spiritual practice of seekers is going on smoothly

Discipline, peace and cleanliness is the hallmark of all Sanatan ashrams, Seekers here serve without any remuneration. Contentment is visible on their faces, there is no trace of unhappiness. Shri Arun Modak Maharaj said that this shows that the spiritual practice of seekers is going on excellently because of which God is residing there.

 

Feedback from Shri Arun Modak Maharaj

May the world benefit from the sattvik
frequencies in the Sanatan ashrams – Shri Arun Modak Maharaj

At that juncture Shri Arun Modak Maharaj said, “I felt pleasant in the ashram. There is an abundance of sattvik frequencies here. May the world benefit from them. Today Hindus are unhappy, they are not preserving the culture, values and Dharma. So mentally man is crippled. What does the mind want ? Peace and contentment. Hindus have not made efforts to procure them. Sanatan Sanstha imparts the Dharma sanskars (values) that the mind needs. I extend my blessings to the mission of Sanatan Sanstha.”

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat