The great Saint Yogatadnya Dadaji Vaishampayan
Always perform righteous karma and thereby, make efforts to seek Sadguru’a grace !
ॐ आनन्दं हिमालयं विष्णुं गरुडध्वजम् ॐ ।
ॐ शिवं दत्तं गायत्री सरस्वती महालक्ष्मी प्रणमाम्यहम् ॐ ॥
‘It is most appropriate for seekers not to expect favourable outcome of any karma; because, outcome of virtuous karma is good and that of non-virtuous karma is bad. It is the law of nature. Therefore, there is no place for our expectations in the process. We should go on carrying out righteous karmas and try to seek the grace of Sadguru. The wellbeing in the life of a seeker is ensured only by the grace of Sadguru. My prayer – ‘May the grace of God be bestowed, as desired, on seekers when facing incomprehensible problems !
– Yogatadnya Dadaji Vaishampayan
Sadguru (Mrs.) Anjali Gadgil, Spiritual successor of Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale
Make efforts to generate a Dharma-abiding Hindu
society ! – Sadguru (Mrs.) Anjali Gadgil, Spiritual successor of Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale
A doctrine of Dharma says, ‘The subjects get rulers they deserve’. Abiding by Dharma was a way of life of the subjects in Ramrajya (Shri Ram’s Kingdom); hence, they were bestowed with an ideal King like Prabhu Shriram and ideal Kingdom like Ramrajya. For establishing the ‘Hindu Nation’ (Divine Kingdom) too, the entire Hindu society has to get pre-occupied with abiding by Dharma. Through efforts such as imparting education on Dharma to Hindus, imbibing sanskars (Subconscious impressions) of Dharma on Hindu children and youth, uniting Dharma-abiding Hindus for protecting Dharma, etc. with yearning and bhav (Spiritual emotion) we have to try and transform the Hindu society. If it happens, Hindu society will start getting pre-occupied in abiding by Dharma. Earlier the Hindu society gets occupied in abiding by Dharma, sooner will the ‘Hindu Nation’ dawn. Let us make a resolve on the occasion of this Gurupournima to make efforts to generate a dedicatedly Dharma-abiding Hindu society !
– Sadguru (Mrs.) Anjali Gadgil, Spiritual successor of Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale