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Saint Prahlad

Saint Prahlad is the personified example (of the omnipresence of God). Prahlad was the son of Hiranyakashipu. He attained Sainthood in his mother’s womb. Sage Narad saved Hiranyakashipu’s wife from Indra and brought her to his ashram. She was carrying more…

Unique Bhakti

There was a Seth Ji (rich merchant) who would never chant God’s name nor go to the temple. Sethani Ji (wife) was worried that she married an atheistic man. One night, in his sleep while stretching, he uttered ‘Radhey’.  Sethani Ji heard this and the next morning she started more…

God’s Darshan

Once a saint was walking near the ocean when a devotee came to him and asked,”Lord, how can I attain God-realization”. The saint took him in the ocean and submerged him in the water. The devotee started to wiggle. After more…

God Is In Everyone

Once Sant Eknath was travelling from Kashi to Rameshwaram. In his hand, he carried a kamandal (a pot) filled with Ganga Jal (pure water from the river Ganges). It was summertime and water could not be found miles on end. On his more…

Story Of Ajamil

People are confused by the story of Ajamil, not just in India, but all over the world. It is said of Ajamil that at the time of his death he called out to his son. His son’s name was “Narayana”. more…

The Last Desire

A king was traveling and when it was time to pray he laid out his prayer mat to offer prayers. Just then a woman came running and inadvertently stepped on the king’s prayer mat. The king was furious. He ordered more…

Renunciation

A king once went to a Saint in a jungle and the king proclaimed, “Maharaj, I have renounced everything.” The king appeared before the Saint in the same kingly attire that he had been wearing. His Guruji (the Saint) said, more…

Humility

Once there was a Saint by the name of Usman. He was walking down the road with his disciples, when someone threw down a basket full of ashes on him from the third floor. The person who threw it did more…

Attach Mind To God

Jadabharat, a great Paramhansa is an eminent example for this. Once, Jadabharat was sitting on the bank of the river Ganges. A pregnant doe was roaming around next to the river. Just then a lion roared out loud. Scared by more…

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