Because regulation is essential to practice of religion

Because regulation is essential to practice of religion
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We should try to meet regularly with other aspiring devotees of Shree Chakradhar Swami #DandvatPranam
Mahanubhav Pantha one of the ancient Pantha. Mahanubhav Pantha worships 5 avatars of Lord called Pancha Krisnas Avatars. Pantha means the path or the way. The Mahanubhav Pantha leads you the way which guides you to live a meaningful life with the grace of God.
The places visited by Prabhu Ji Shri Chakradhar Swami during his travel for propagation of the Pantha are known as the Teertha Sthan (Holy Places of our Pantha) and the place where Shri Chakradhar Swami have taken stay and slept over there are know as the Charanankit Sthan (The places having the influence of Lords feet).
To learn the values of the Pantha, every body must practice and chant the name of Lord; do Dev Pooja; attend the Panch Avatar Avsars; share with one another the vales of Spiritual Life.
Mahanubhav pantha has accepted and propagated the very advanced, realistic and practical Principles and Tatawas from the ancient time. The followers of Mahanubhav Pantha are expected to follow the principles of the Pantha. The principles of Mahanubhav Pantha are very simple and are easy to follow in today’s modern and fast life style. Mahanubhavi’s believe and exclusively worships only One Permeshwar, the real God.
Because regulation is essential to practice of religion (Dharm), we should try to meet regularly with other aspiring devotees of Shree Chakradhar Swami. The spontaneous devotional practice, which can mature into pure love of Shree Chakradhar Swami, the Parmeshwar.

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  • Author: Dandvat
  • Posted on: November 16, 2016 8:00 AM
  • Tags: Shree Chakrdhar Swami, Panch Krishan Avatar, Mahanubahv Panch Avatar, Mahanubhav Panth Literature, Knowing Mahanubhav Pantha

Mahasthan Sarpadwaypathan Sthan, when two snakes had fallen on the Sarvadnya Shree Chakradhar Swami Ji
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Mahasthan Sarpadwaypathan Sthan (Wadner-Bhujang) सर्पद्वयपतन स्थान (वडनेर-भुजंग) as all of the Mahanuvhava Panth members know that Sarpadwaypathan Sthan is the one of the Mahasthan in our culture. Sarpadwaypathan Sthan is at the north direction of the Anjangaon – Kakada road at Wadner-Bhujang village. The leela is explained below.
Bhagwan Sarvadnya Shree Chakradhar Swami Ji came from Achapur town via Katesokarne to Wadner village. Swami Ji came here at evening time. Sawami Ji was going to Wateshwar temple to have a sleep. At the same time, the Priest was returning from the temple after the worship. The Priest told Sarvadnya that the temple has been locked to save the ornaments from the theft, so he asked Sarvadnya that he can sleep at the Uttareshwar temple opposite side of the road.
So Swami Ji came at this temple. There were 2 snakes living at the temple who were bitter enemies to each other. At mid night, when Sarvadnya was in between sleep snakes were fighting with each other. Suddenly both of them had fallen on Swami Ji’s chest while fighting with each other. Then Sarvadnya held those 2 snakes in both the hands and make them apart by throwing the Snake at right side to the left and the snake at Left side to the Right. Since that time, those 2 snakes stayed there leaving all the hate and disputes.
At this Mahasthan temple, there is a beautiful idol of Sarvandnya Shree Chakradhar Swami Ji holding the two snakes in both the hands.
Sarvadnya Shri Chakradhar Temple Sarpadway Patan Sthan, Anjangaon - Kakada Road,
Village: Wadner-Bhujang, Block: Achalpur,
District: Amravati, State: Maharashtra, India

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Shree Dattatreya: My bliss and contentment are the fruits of self-realization
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Soul alone is my Guru.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?
To answer the Yadu’s enquired queries, the Lord Dattatreya (Avadhoot, one who have given up all worldly desires) replied:
“My bliss and contentment are the fruits of self-realization. Soul (Aatmaa) alone is my Guru, yet I have gained the necessary wisdom from the whole creation, via 24 individual who were therefore my Gurus. I shall elaborate the same for you”.
Further Lord Dattatreya said: 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…”
Further Lord Dattatreya explains what he has learned from his own body. “My Body teaches me Gyaan (knowledge) and Vairaagya (detachment). Birth and death are along with it. It means that if we hold on to this body then we have to bear sorrows. Although it helps to think about Tattwa (elements) still I never consider it mine.”

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