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Baba Jai Gurudev Quotes and Thoughts – Teachings of Param Sant Baba Jaigurudevji Maharaj

Param Sant Baba Jaigurudevji Maharaj passed away on May 18, 2012. Here are few thoughts and quotes of the great teacher. Ideal way to show respect to a great soul is by following his teachings. Param Sant Baba Jaigurudev Ji Maharaj attributes the present state of humanity to the five-fold inner weaknesses of man: i.e. lust, anger, greed, attachment and egoism. We have attained the human form after passing millions of ages in the lower species of life. We should therefore utilize this human body to the fullest extent and for the very purpose for which it is extended.  The main objective of getting this valuable gift – the human body – is to know ourselves and our creator and return to our original Home, the ocean of eternal peace and bliss, free from all pain and miseries. God has kept a treasure in human body. Only the true spiritual master knows the place. It is with his grace that the inner door of the treasure is revealed and opened.  The human body is a rented

Baba Jai Gurudev Dies – Param Sant Baba Jaigurudev ji Maharaj Mahaprayan

Param Sant Baba Jaigurudev ji Maharaj left his physical body and merged with the supreme truth. National newspapers report that Baba Jai Gurudev was 116 years old at the time of his death. He is well known for his simple teachings, social service and simplicity. Param Sant Baba Jaigurudev ji Maharaj’s mahaprayan happened at 10:30 pm on 18 May 2012 (IST). He had millions of followers in Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and nearby states. Naam yog Sadhna Mandir on Delhi – Agra bypass road is dedicated to Baba Jai Gurudev and his teaching are engraved on the beautiful mandir. He promoted vegetarianism and non-alcoholism among people. His important teaching is that lust, anger, greed, attachment and egoism are the five-fold inner weaknesses of man and every human being should strive to overcome it. Recording of a Satsang of Baba Jai Gurudev: Related   Teachings of Baba Jai Gurudev

Purity Of Life Is The Highest And Truest Art – Mahatma Gandhi

If I preach against the modern artificial life of sensual enjoyment, and ask men and women to go back to the simple life epitomized in the charkha, I do so because I know that without an intelligent return to simplicity, there is no escape from our descent to a state lower than brutality. This is the unmistakable teaching of the Gita. He who gives up action falls. He who gives up only the reward rises. But renunciation of fruit in no way means indifference to the result. In regard to every action one must know the result that is expected to follow the means thereto, and the capacity for it. He, who, being thus equipped, is without desire for the result, and is yet wholly engrossed in the due fulfillment of the task before him, is said to have renounced the fruits of his action. Purity of life is the highest and truest art. ------ An explanation - 'Purity of life is the highest and truest art' is a profound perspective. Living a life of purity, where one's actions,