Keep trying

His Holiness Bhaktaraj Maharaj

His Holiness Bhaktaraj Maharaj

When a traveller has firmly decided to take a particular path, howsoever troubled he may be by many storms, he waits patiently and as soon as he gets the opportunity, he again begins progressing in the direction of his goal.

– H.H. Bhaktaraj Maharaj

[Implied meaning: ‘Traveller’ refers to a spiritual seeker and ‘going on a path’ means walking on the spiritual path. ‘Troubled by storms’ means facing obstacles in spiritual practice.

– From “The Teachings of Saint Bhaktaraj Maharaj”, compiled by H.H. Dr. Jayant Athavale and Dr. Mrs. Kunda Athavale]




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  • Sanatan Dharma is the oldest culture in the world, and there was a time when it was spread throughout the world. People can find swastika in every culture like the American Indians, Greece, troy, Italy, Russia and many other countries have this symbol. Look at the 108 symbols of god in Sanatan Dharma and their origin. Things will become very clear about the origin of humanity in this world. It is time to free ourselves from the lies and deception spread throughout the world about Sanatan Dharma.

    Don’t forget, even today in Sanskrit and Hindi the words for Divorce and any other abusive words do not exist. Yet they contain words like Yantra ( machine) and Vimana ( air-craft), which existed far before the western civilization constructed aircraft themselves.

  • The Spiritual path is easy yet it is hard. The best and easiest way to live is to surrender to God and let Him take you wherever….

  • Hola:quisiera saber si en Argentina hay solicitantes para ayudarnos en los primeros pasos de este camino.Muchas gracias.

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