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|| अथ तृतीयोऽध्यायः ||

अथ काम्यजपस्थानं कथयामि वरानने |

सागरान्ते सरित्तीरे तीर्थे हरिहरालये ||

शक्तिदेवालये गोष्ठे सर्वदेवालये शुभे |

वटस्य धात्र्या मूले व मठे वृन्दावने तथा ||

पवित्रे निर्मले देशे नित्यानुष्ठानोऽपि वा |

निर्वेदनेन मौनेन जपमेतत् समारभेत् ||

Chapter -3

O Devi, now I shall describe the places where to chant the verses of GuruGita for the fulfillment of desires; on the seashores, on a river bank, or in a temple of Vishnu or Shiva; in a shrine of Shakti, in a cowshed, in all holy temples of gods, in an ashram, under a banyan tree or a Dhatri tree; or in a Thicket of Tulsi plants. One should repeat it in silence and with detachment in a clean and pure place, whether one recites it daily or for a certain number of times. (144,145,146)

जाप्येन जयमाप्नोति जपसिद्धिं फलं तथा |

हीनकर्म त्यजेत्सर्वं गर्हितस्थानमेव च ||

By doing this Japa, one attains success and Japasiddhi. One should abandon all forbidden acts and also renounce forbidden places, while doing Japa-Anushthan. (147) Read the rest of this entry »

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|| अथ द्वितीयोऽध्यायः ||

ब्रह्मानन्दं परमसुखदं केवलं ज्ञानमूर्तिं

द्वन्द्वातीतं गगनसदृशं तत्वमस्यादिलक्ष्यम् |

एकं नित्यं विमलमचलं सर्वधीसाक्षिभूतम्

भावतीतं त्रिगुणरहितं सदगुरुं तं नमामि ||

Chapter -2


I prostrate myself before that Guru, the Bliss of Brahman, the bestower of Supreme Happiness, who is Knowledge absolute, transcending the pairs of opposites, expansive like the sky, the goal indicated by the great sayings like “Thou art That”, the one eternal, pure, unchanging, the witness of functions of the intellect, who is above all Bhavas (mental conditions) and the three Gunas (Sattva, Rajas and Tamas). (54) Read the rest of this entry »

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|| Om Shri Sadguru Parmatmane Namah ||

Sri Guru Gita

Preface

As such is not necessary to write preface to this Guru Gita. It is the heart of Skanada Purana in form of a dialogue between Lord Shiva and goddess Parvati. The direct experience of Suta is brilliantly expressed through each and every couplet in it.

Reading and study of this Guru Gita stops power of speech of one’s foe. It increases one’s virtues. It destroys all evil actions and bestows success in good actions.

O dear! Every letter and syllable of this Guru Gita is each king among Mantras. Other Mantras, manifold in nature do not deserve the credit of even one sixteenth part of this.

The study of this Guru Gita puts end to untimely death and all afflictions. It also destroys the evil effects of Yakshas, Rakshasas, Bhutas (spirits), fear of thieves, tiger, etc.

Who are pure in heart, full of knowledge incessantly recite this Guru Gita- by even seeing them and touching, one liberated from rebirth.

The couplets of this Guru Gita is the great remedy for the longlasting disease of birth and death. It is the sweetest nectar for Sadhakas. The merit is diminished by drinking the nectar of heaven. By drinking the nectar of this Gita sin is destroyed which leads to Absolute Peace and Knowledge of one’s real nature.

Narasimha Mehta has rightly said: “All Sadhana is meaningless (false) until the Knowledge of the Self dawns.”

We put this Guru Gita in your hands to help you in attainment of that Self-God.

OM… OM… OM…

SUPREME PEACE


SRI GURU GITA

|| अथ प्रथमोऽध्यायः||

अचिन्त्याव्यक्तरूपाय निर्गुणाय गुणात्मने |

समस्त जगदाधारमूर्तये ब्रह्मणे नमः||

Chapter -1

Prostrations to Brahman, the unthinkable, the unmanifest, beyond the three Gunas(Sattva,Rajas & Tamas qualities of Nature) yet the Self of Gunas, the Substratum behind the whole universe.(1) Read the rest of this entry »

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