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Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Jentirambapa - Bhajan - Mara atam na aadhar

Jai Gurudev

Bhajan : Mara Atam na aadhar .. Alga na tha jo re.. 
By        : Jentirambapa - Bhajan

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Kabir saheb

Six hundred years ago Kabir was born in India in 1398 AD. He lived for 120 years and is said to have relinquished his body in 1518. This period is also said to be the beginning of Bhakti Movement in India.

A weaver by profession, Kabir ranks among the world's greatest poets. Back home in India, he is perhaps the most quoted author. The Holy Guru Granth Sahib contains over 500 verses by Kabir. The Sikh community in particular and others who follow the Holy Granth, hold Kabir in the same reverence as the other ten Gurus.

Kabir openly criticized all sects and gave a new direction to the Indian philosophy. This is due to his straight forward approach that has a universal appeal. It is for this reason that Kabir is held in high esteem all over the world. To call Kabir a universal Guru is not an over exaggeration. To me personally, the very name Kabir means Guru's Grace.

I have been personally very deeply influenced by reading Kabir.Why Kabir? reveals my feelings and also, how this idea of my translating Kabir's verses, came into its being.

Inspite of the simplicity of Kabir's poetry, I must say, it is hard to translate. I humbly present some of his Dohas, Love Songs and Mystic Poems, in the following pages.

The hall mark of Kabir's poetry is that he conveys in his two line poems (Doha), what others may not be able to do in many pages.

Another beauty of Kabir's poetry is that he picks up situations that surround our daily lives. Thus, even today, Kabir's poetry is relevant and helpful in guiding and regulating our lives, in both social and spiritual context.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Punjal Pir

Shree Punjaram was Muslim by religion and born in Pathan family in Amarnagr village. In his last years of life he blessed by Dada Ugaram and lived up to 18 years and worshipped. He has known as Punjal pir in Ravi-Bhan Sprandyay. He spread the message of his Gurus to many part of Saurashtra. He was first disciple of Dada Ugaram....Jay Punjalpir

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Ugaram Dada

Dada Ugaram, "Guru shri Hirsagar (Rajkot)",
Who born in Bandra village (Gondal) from Ravi Bhan Sparanday.
He was the seventh messenger of Sanatan spranday after Saint Bhan saheb (Varahi).
He made the way of meditation very simple by introducing Rajyoga so a lay man can understand and get experince of supreme Braham(worship).
He took samadhi in 1968, Shravan Vad 10. He was a great saint of Ravi-Bhan spranday.
There are number of devotees of Dada in India as well as abroad.Gurupoonam and his Niravana day are celebrated with Bhajans and Bhojans by his devotees every year.
..Jay Gurudev