Yogi Ramsuratkumar Aradhana (Thithi Puja)

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Living a life matters a lots of difference between Atmas and Mahatmas. Soul (Atman) prevails in all. But we do not realise it. Mahatmas are those who realise and remain in that state. This state of awareness is referred to as samadhi or the state of salvation. Yogis, Siddhas, Munis always remain in such state and so their bodies are the shrine of Brahman. Guru Maharaj Ramsuratkumar , a yogi , had been living in a non-dualistic state of consciousness, attained His Videha Mukthi (final liberation) on 20th February, 2001, Dwadashi Thithi, in the month of Magha. Gurus are avatar purush and they come to earth for the upliftment of humankind. Once their time constraint ends they choose to leave their body and merge back or reunite with the divine. Such day , the day they free from the limitations of the body, is known as Maha Samadhi. For Gurus, the day of Samadhi is more auspicious. According to the Hindu calender, the thithi of Guru Maharaj this year falls on Friday, 8th March. We welcome one and all to join our SatSang at Raghavashram to receive the limitless divine grace of Guru Maharaj Yogi Ramsuratkumar.

Invitation In English

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Invitation In Tamil

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