Saturday, December 24, 2011

O Mind! Listen to the Most Important Advice (Lecture #2) - Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj (Hindi)

O Mind! Listen to the Most Important Advice (Lecture #2) - Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj (Hindi) Video Clips. Duration : 52.73 Mins.

This discourse (hindi pravachan) was given by Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj in 1987. Maharaj Ji explains description of one of the divine poems written by Him in detail (Ek Kaam Ki Baat Suno Mann -2). To order a DVD of other Keertans and Lectures by Shree Maharaj Ji and Siddheshvari Devi Ji (Didi Ji), Please visit - About Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj: Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj (addressed as Shri Maharaj Ji) took birth on October 6, 1922 on the auspicious full moon night in Mangarh, a tiny village in Northern India. His mother Bhagvati Devi and father Lalita Prasad Tripathi named their child Ram Kripalu. From childhood He showed signs of divinity and was a most precocious student. According to the custom of the times, His parents got Him married at a very young age to the daughter of a learned astrologer hailing from the nearby village of Leelapur. Today, Shrimati Padma Devi is the Divine Mother to devotees, who lovingly call Her Amma. Despite being married, Shri Maharaj Ji often left home for long intervals, and at the age of sixteen, He was discovered roaming the Chitrakoot forests in divine ecstasy earlier exhibited only by the greatest personalities such as Gaurang Mahaprabhu and Ramkrishna Paramhans. While still in His teens He led devotees in an ecstatic chanting of Hare Ram Sankeertan, which lasted six months. At the young age of 34, He was awarded the title of Jagadguru by Kashi Vidvat Parishat, the distinguished and ...

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