Verse 3 – Two types of Deluded People | Rajgita Jnan Yajna 1

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Rajgita Jnan Yajna 1: Introduction and Verse 1 to 23
Shri Atmasiddhi Shastra expounded by Pujya Gurudevshri Rakeshbhai in English for Beginners
With Subtitles in French and Spanish

125 years ago, the world witnessed a spiritual renaissance. Amid the rigidity of religious practice and dry knowledge, the limitless compassion of Shrimad Rajchandraji rekindled the blazing flame of spirituality. Inviting humanity to experience the bliss of the Self, He penned the poetic masterpiece Shri Atmasiddhi Shastra in V.S. 1952 on the sacred day of Aso Vad Ekam, in Nadiad (Gujarat, India). The essence of all scriptures packed in 142 verses, presented as a simple and logical dialogue between the Master and disciple.

Get up close and personal with Atmasiddhiji through the Rajgita Jnan Yajna by Pujya Gurudevshri, especially in English for beginners.

Jnan Yajna refers to the symbolic sacrifice of one’s ignorance in the fire of the Guru’s spiritual knowledge, to evolve and realise the True Self.

Propounding the path of Bhagwan Mahavira, the torchbearer of Shrimad Rajchandraji’s mission, Pujya Gurudevshri Rakeshbhai is a spiritual visionary and a modern-day mystic. He is illuminating thousands of lives in various countries through enlightening discourses and an array of meditation retreats. His divine benevolence has uplifted a multitude of underprivileged lives through inner augmentation and societal development.

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