Theory of Swami Shree Chakardhara for Karmas and Liberation

Theory of Swami Shree Chakardhara for Karmas and Liberation
🙏 Dandvat Pranam 🙏

Swami Shree Chakardhara depicted a theory about Karma, whatever we perform daily is a Karma. Jeevs are naturally a doer, Jeevs can’t even rest a while without doing a deed. Jeevs are very helpless by his nature and too much strong if he remembers who is his Parmeshwara.
Swami Ji’s theory is well explained and clear about the Karma. According to Swami Ji, Karmas are not always physically performed. Sometimes karmas are our thoughts and words also. Jeevs are doing karmas every second, even in any form like talking, walking, sleeping, eating, thinking and all the basic activites.
Origin of Karmas It has already been explained that in the first three creations, the jeevs prepared for the performance of deeds and in the fourth creation the deeds performed became rewardable. Now, in this the role of Devtas began. Devtas are ordered to give rewards to the jeevs. Since jeev can’t reward himself so Devtas as an examiner takes charge to reward the Jeevs, but on the top, the Parmeshwara is holding the charge of Principal. Only by his grant, the Devtas give rewards to Jeevs, positive or negative both by deeds.
Three stages of Karmas Swami Ji explained the cause of Karmas and now he is explaining the three stage of Karmas. A single karma is performed by a process. These stage of Karmas are:
🚩 Thinking: This is the very first process, whatever jeevs want to perform, he thinks for that.
🚩 Speaking: After thinking and assuming, Jeevs secondly speak for that.
🚩 Acting: Very last, after speaking jeevs act for that physically.
Since all the karmas are performed by jeevs, but there is a hidden force working inside. The hidden force have coated a layer of dust on the jeevs. Actually, the karmas are the bondages and the real hurdle in the path of liberation. Jeevs can’t attain bliss without leaving the greed of karma.
🙏 जय श्री चक्रधर जी 🙏

🙏 जय श्री कृष्ण जी 🙏

🙏 दंडवत प्रणामनमो पंच कृष्ण अवतार

  • Author: Dandvat
  • Posted on: April 30, 2017 8:00 AM
  • Tags: Mahanubhav Pantha, Shree Chakrdhar Swami, Leela Charitra, Mahanubahv Panch Avatar, Mahanubhav Panth Literature, Knowing Mahanubhav Pantha

Why Shree Ridhapur is called the Kashi of Mahanubhav or Parmeshwarpur
🙏 Dandvat Pranam 🙏

Shree Ridhapur called the Parmeshwarpur or the Kashi of Mahanubhav. Ridhapur situated at the Morshi of Amravati district in the Maharashtra state of India. Very well known for the leelas of Prabhu Shree Gundam Raul ji. Shree Prabhu ji has spent here 119 years and there are numbers of leelas by which we can remember the Prabhu ji.
In a daily ritual, Prabhu ji use to provide bliss to 60 jeevas. Prabhu ji saves the living beings from this illusionary world. Birth place of Prabhu ji was Matul Gram and the parents were Anantnayak (father) and Nameisa (mother).
Sacredness of Shree Ridhapur Describing the sacredness of Shree Ridhapur, Swami Shree Chakardhara said: “तेथे जाता पाऊल पाऊला गोमटे” a word of Marathi. This means that “श्री रिद्धपुर क्षेत्र एक तीरथ है, वहां जाने के बाद हर एक कदम पर पुण्य प्राप्त होता है” – Shree Ridhapur area is a sacred, after going there, virtue is attained at every step. That’s why Shree Ridhapur is known as the Kashi of Mahanubhav or Parmeshwarpur.
Swami Shree Chakardhara Ji said to the first Acharya Shri Nagdev ji that, Remembering the Leela of the holy place (Sathan) and making dandvat to the place is the way to get the love of Parmeshwar Shree Govind Prabhu ji.
Yuga (Era) - Kaliyuga
Birth Place - Katsur, Amaravati, Maharashtra
Birth Time - 11.00 PM
Birth Day - Thursday
Kind of Birth - By Birth, Son of Nemaisa and Ananta Nayak
Main Disciples - Mahim Bhat , Lakshmindra Bhat , Kothloba and Abaisa


🙏 जय श्री कृष्ण जी 🙏