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A disciple of Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj and sanyasi pracharak of his mission, Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat (JKP), Canadian-born Swami Nikhilanand was attracted to the teachings of Hinduism from a young age. Eventually, his deep spiritual longing led him to India, where he was most fortunate to come under the guidance of Shree Kripaluji Maharaj. Thereafter, living in the ashrams of JKP, he extensively studied Hindi, the philosophy of the prime Sanskrit scriptures (Vedas, Darshan Shastras, Gita, Bhagwatam), and practiced meditation in the tradition of raganuga bhakti. In 2003, he was given sanyas. Now, with the blessings of his Guruji, he offers satsang programs throughout America, engaging audiences with his clear explanations of Hindu philosophy coupled with inspired chanting of Sanskrit mantras and shlokas and charming nam sankirtan. His informative and compelling speeches provide practical insight into how to adopt the teachings of Sanatan Dharm into our daily lives, and inspire us to awaken our inner spiritual potential.

Posts by Swami Nikhilanand

Every soul has had unlimited janm

In the last artcle, Shree Krishna states that He states that both He and Arjun have had unlimited janm. Let us dwell on this a bit more. Every soul has had unlimited janm As we learned in the second chapter, souls more…

Taming the Desires

We discussed in the last article “Why Can’t We Discriminate Between Right & Wrong” that we all naturally have desires; thus we are all in danger of doing sinful actions under the influence of desire. Now let’s explore in detail about more…

Characteristics Of God-realized Soul

After hearing Shree Krishna’s explanation of karm yog and the state of perfect yog or union with God, Arjun enquires about the characteristics of a God realized (Sthitapragya) soul. Arjun wishes to know how God-realized personalities talk, sit, and behave more…

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