Often its found that human is more inclined in False rather Truth . As the inclined towards false , one gets interested in false deeds ,gets desire for such deeds and when it gets implicated as a daily life chores it results in Sins, therefore becomes unhappy and the life gets sorrowful.
Sins are the base of sorrows let it be in any form, and the root cause of Sins are desire. as said above as we desire the future path gets decided. Hence one should be aware and make Truthful associations and deeds such as attending Spiritual discourses of Holy Saints, Selfless service towards the needful, Doing charity etc.Truth is Godhead , Truth is Almighty, by doing so One gets uplifted from sorrows and unhappiness and leads a Spiritual Life, which forms the base of Elixir Of Life and ultimately one attends the goal of Human life.
One who is free from illusion, false prestige, and false association, who understands the eternal, who is done with material lust and is freed from the duality of happiness and distress, and who knows how to surrender unto the Supreme Person, attains to that eternal kingdom.
Hence one should always have association of Truth, which helps in truthful deeds and ultimately ones Life gets uplifted towards the almighty
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Prernatirth Yatra–The inspirational journey of life
Somnath temple stands at the shore of the Arabian ocean on the western corner of Indian subcontinent in Gujarat State. This pilgrimage is one of the oldest and finds its reference in the ancient texts like Skandpuran, Shreemad Bhagavd Gita, Shivpurana etc. The hymn from Rig-Veda quoted below mentions the Lord Someshwar along with the great pilgrimage like Holy rivers Ganges, Yamuna and Eastward Saraswati. This signifies the ancient value of this pilgrimage.
Prernamurti Bharti Shriji’s glorified journey was carried out in Somnath temple, Organised by the temple trust , where devotees from all over India got privilege of her divine darshanas and spiritual discourse.
North of Somnath, en route to Veraval, is the famous Lord Krishna temple, Bhalka Tirtha,
Nearby is Dehotsarg, where He succumbed to His mortal wound. The temple at Bhalka Tirth is known as Mahaprabhuji’s Bethak, and a basil tree has been planted in Lord Krishna’s memory. At the Dehotsarg Tirth, in the 9th century AD Shri Vallabhacharya gave discourses on Shrimad Bhagvat Gita for seven days, as well as the revered Gita Mandir, which has eighteen marble pillars with a chapter from the Bhagvat Gita inscribed on each one. The temple also contains a beautiful tribhangi idol of Lord Krishna playing his flute.
The Geetamandir has been built here where the divine message of Shrimad Bhagavat Gita is carved on eighteen marble pillars. Shri Lakshminarayan temple is located close by. The Balramjiki Gufa is the place from where Lord Shrikrishna’s elder brother Balaramji took journey to His final abode.
Triveni Ghat in Somnath is the meeting point of three holy rivers – Kapil, Hiran and a mystical River Saraswati, which are believed to be flowing to their ultimate destination – Arabian Sea. These stages of rivers where they meet and then flow together to the sea symbolises human birth, life and death.
Rajputa Vaja clan was in charge of Somnath during the Muslim desecrations. The devotional episode of the princess Veni is said to have been depicted in the novel by Shri K.M. Munshi. The temple was outside of the fort wall of Prabhas Pattan at the time of holy war with Gazani. The soldiers of Gazani attempted an abduction of the princess Veni, an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva who used to regularly visit the temple to offer her services to the Lord Shiva. The traditions maintain that the Shiva linga spontaneously got divided and the princess got buried into it. The Shiva temple here is known as Veneshwar temple after the fond memory of the divine episode of Veni.
The glorified carried onto place where Pujya Lilashshji Maharaj did penance and attended Nirvana. after that Dakshinmukhi Ganpati Mandir and behind that Swayambhu Shivlinga, there were many Shiv Lnga but the one appeared only once in month else covered with Sea water.
To be continued………………………..
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Prernatirth Yatra–The inspirational journey of life
Koliyak, Bhavnagar–Nishkalank Mahadeva Temple — Gujarat is full of wonders and awe. This temple is buried inside the sea. On a heavy tide day, all that can be seen are just the flag and a pillar. It is beyond one’s comprehension that there is a Lord Shiva Temple just under the fierce sea. This temple still exists, and people visit this place on foot! The temple has 5 distinct Swayumbu Shiva lingams inside. This is certainly one of the best spiritual destinations!
The following temple story dates back to Mahabaratha era… Pandavas killed all the Kuravas and won the battle. Pandavas were grief stricken, knowing they acquired sins for killing their own relatives. In order to find redemption for their sins, Pandavas met Lord Krishna. To remove the sins, Krishna hands over a black Flag and a Black COW. He asks the Pandavas to follow it, when both Cow and flag turns white, they all will be pardoned. Krishna also advises them to do penance to lord Shiva, after that. The angst stricken brothers followed the cow wherever it went and carried the flag. They walked for days, to different places and the color did not change. Finally, when they arrived at the Koliyak Beach, both cow’s and the flag’s color turned to white. Pandavas were exalted. And all the 5 brothers sat for deep penance, meditated on lord Shiva.
Lord Shiva, pleased by all the brothers, appeared in lingam form in front of each brother. In total there were 5 (Swayumbu) lingams which appeared on their own. Pandavas were delighted to see this and they worshiped all the five lingams with great devotion. Lord Shiva here is known as Nishkalan Mahadeva. ‘Nishkalank’ has many meanings, they are clean, pure, guiltless, to cleanse, to purify, etc…….
To be continued……………………..
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… govind hare gopal hare, jai keshav madhav shyam hare…
There are different type of colours, different type of designs growing over there. That is just wild grass and flowers,but while chanting “ govind hare”kirtana(devotional song) plucked them and tied them a bhaava (divine emotions for Lord) emerged, and a bouquet was made out of it. Now, its looking beautiful rather than just being unwanted grass on the ground. Now its together and beautiful and full of bhaava & they can be offered to Guru or God.
govind hare gopal hare, jai keshav madhav shyam hare…
Now you will start liking this wild grass, because your bhaava is mixed into it. Similarly, in this materialistic world, the unwanted wild grass germinate in human mind in disguise of good or bad deeds,thoughts & vritti(a wave in the calm waters of mind lake) etc. Then, each one too should be plucked, make garland out of it, make bunch of it and offer your bhaava to you Guru or God.
govind hare gopal hare, jai keshav madhav shyam hare…
You will find that vritti of mind more calm and peaceful as bhaava for God is mixed into it. Therefore, each and every thought of your mind whether good or bad should be turned into a bunch and mix within it the bhaava for that Supreme…..
The self cannot be known by he who does not desist himself from unrighteous ways, does not control his senses, nor stills his mind and does not practice meditation. This awakening you have known comes not through logic and scholarship, but from close association with a realized teacher. But mere association with a teacher may not again be helpful, unless there is an inner and deep commitment to know the truth.
The Self cannot be known through the study of the scriptures, nor through intellect, nor through learned discourses. The self can be attained by only those whom the Self chooses. Verily to them does the Self reveals Itself. The connection between the outer and the inner worlds is not direct and straight. Atman the eternal, the Incommunicable, the end of phenomena, Brahman Itself. Perhaps this may not be the entire truth for so mysterious is the inward journey and so inadequately is equipped the human mind to record the experiences of the spirit, that there may be deeper and other planes of consciousness between the wakeful state and the Atman, about whom we have yet to gain knowledge.
But what about the ultimate experience?what happens when one reaches there?
No one seems to explain that experience accurately and to our complete satisfaction. It is beyond human language, for our words do not carry the intensity and luminosity of that transcendent experience. At the same time the delight of the experience cannot be contained in the secret caves of the heart, as it gushes forth with the thundering sounds of pure joy into open. Thus for the benefit of the posterity and the ordinary, the experiences show themselves in some feeble analogies and vague symbolism. In the Isa Upanishad we come across one such instance. The seeker first prays to Brahman, ” The face of truth is hidden behind your golden lid, O Sun. May you remove the lid so that I may see the golden Truth !” And when the request is granted and the splendor manifests Itself in him he, submerged in pure bliss, lets out these words, “In truth I am Him.”
Perhaps that is the ultimate Truth a person can discover in his or her spiritual journey, the Truth that remains hidden behind the golden lid eager to show its resplendent golden face while we struggle and strive in the mortal world with vague yearnings and uncertain future.