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Arati of One’s Own Self (Hindi Dadavani April-2013)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Title: Arati of One’s Own Self (Hindi Dadavani April-2013)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
Language: Hindi
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
Collections: Religion, Authors Community, Sociology
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Publisher: Mahavideh Foundation
Member Page: Dada Bhagwan


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‘Arati’ in the Hindu tradition, is considered to be an important medium for the devotional worship of God. Here, in the Akram path, after the Self has awakened, what is the purpose, importance and benefit of doing arati? Dadashri says, Trimantra-Vidhi-Arati are devotional praises of the awakened One.It is a way of respecting those that are jagrut, showing love for them, and pleasing them. Bhakti of the jagrut is bhakti of the manifest awakened Oneand it is essential in attaining moksha. The aratis that are done here, of Lord Shri Simandhar Swami and Dada Bhagwan, are of the manifest absolute Self only. Through this arati, the mind is focused, artadhyan and raudradhyan are halted, worries dissipate forever, and the whole day remains peaceful. Through this arati there are no conflicts in the home, the environment within the home is that of purity and bliss, and everyone including the children obtain good values.


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