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Sagar: Ocean of Divine Splendour

 
Raj Kumar Arora (Author)
Synopsis

Pranami faith was founded by Sadguru Devchandra (1581-1655 AD) and Mahamati Prannath (1618-1694 AD). After devoting 40 years of his life in search of the reality of this perishable world and the relation of soul with the Almighty, sadguru Devchandra had the great privilege of realizing the appearance of Lord Krishna who blessed him with the divine knowledge of His Abode (Paramdham) and Tartam Mahamantra. Sadguru Devchandra established a religious centre at Jamnagar called Navtanpuri Dham. His preachings were elaborated by Mahamati Prannath in the form of 18758 verses compiled in Tartam Vani. This eternal message was promulagated by Mahamati, who travelled to many places in India (Jamnagar, Surat, Ahmedabad, Vrindavan, Delhi, Haridwar, Anoop-Shahar, Udaipur, Aurangabad, Ram Nagar, Panna etc.) and in Arab countries (Basara, Bagdad, Masqat, Abbas and Thatta). He established another major centre of Pranami faith at Surat, known as Mahamangalpuri. He ultimately settled at Panna where the King Chhattarsal, became his disciple, and also established another major centre-Padmavatipuri Dham.

The eternal knowledge of Pranami faith has been further disseminated by holy saints and religious preachers for last 300 years and now more than 600 centres are set up by the followers in India and other countries like Nepal, Bhutan, Canada, UK, USA, Australia and Singapore. Presently there are almost five million followers of this faith. Shri Prannath Mission, Delhi, is a publication centre of Pranami faith.

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Bibliographic information

Title Sagar: Ocean of Divine Splendour
Format Softcover
Date published: 31.12.2014
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English, Sanskrit
isbn 9789382904137
length 311p., 8.5 inch X 5.5 inch