It was the time when Shree Chakarapani Maharaj Ji left to Mahur, it was the Saka 1080 era. At the age of 30; Shree Chakarapani Ji made the pilgrimage to meet Shree Dattatreya Prabhu Ji since the reason behind is to receive the Avatar Shakti from Avadhot Prabhuraya.
Once King Yadu saw Lord Dattatreya (Avadhoot) wandering in a forest happily, free from worries. The king with humbleness asked the sage, about the secret of his happiness and the name of his Guru. Further said to sage, that despite you look capable and wise, why do you live in the forest. Even though you have no family, nor any loved one, how could you be so blissful and self-contented?
Sarvadnya Shree Chakradhar Swami told his disciples that the lord takes avatars in all four yugas (same was said by Lord Shree Krishna in Bhagavad Gita: “Dharma Sansthaapnaarthay Sambhavaami Yuge Yuge”).
Place and time of birth of our five incarnations of Mahanubhav or Jai Krishni Pantha.
Sarvadnya Shree Chakradhar Swami told to his pantha that the lord takes avatars in all four Yugas (Krutayuga, Tretayuga, Dwaparyuga, Kaliyuga). Same was said by Shree Krishna in Shree Bhagavad Gita: “Dharma Sansthaapnaarthay Sambhavaami Yuge Yuge”. Accordingly, there is not a time in this world when an avatar is absent.
Behind all names and forms is the one nameless, formless Essence. Behind all governors is the one Supreme Governor of governors. Behind all lights is the one Light Of lights. Behind all sounds, there is the soundless Supreme Silence. Behind all teachers is the one Supreme Guru of Gurus and that is only Jagad Guru SHREE DATTATREYA.
In the recent times, since spiritual practice and the rituals of shraddha/bhagti bhawna (Rites for the deceased) are not performed as before, most people face problems due to the subtle-bodies of ancestors. Only evolved individuals can advise if there is a possibility of a problem in the future or if an existing problem is due to the subtle-bodies of deceased ancestors.
I have taken shelter of twenty-four gurus, who are the following: the earth, air, sky, water, fire, moon, sun, pigeon and python; the sea, moth, honeybee, elephant and honey thief; the deer, the fish, the dancing girl Pingala, the kurari bird and the child; the young girl, arrow maker, serpent, spider and wasp…Srimad Bhagavatam: Canto 11: Chapter 7: Slokas 33~35