H.H. Dr. Jayant Athavale started
writing Holy texts with the blessings of
His Guru H.H. Bhaktaraj Maharaj.
Imparting knowledge on Spirituality
and answering the 'how and why'
of Spirituality in a scientific terminology
are the main features of these Holy
texts. Some Holy texts contain Divine
Knowledge obtained by Sanatan's
seekers, which is not available else-
where on earth!
Under the guidance of H.H. Dr.
Athavale, in-depth spiritual research is
being conducted on 'God-realization
through Art', 'Spiritual remedies for
distress due to negative energies', and
necessary guidance is being provided.
During Dwaparyuq, the Guru Principle was active through
the medium of Srikrushna. Today in Kaliyug, it is active through
H.H. Dr. Athavale. The Paratpar Guru alone shoulders the responsibility
of the welfare of the entire Universe and constantly strives to take every
jiva (Embodied soul) to the next step in Spirituality. Though Raja-Tama
are predominant today, H.H. Dr. Athavale is teaching seekers
appropriate methods of spiritual practice and how to follow Dharma as
per the science, to speed up their progress towards God-realisation.
This will enhance the Sattva component in the seekers, bring about a
change in the entire structure of the society, leading to peace and
tranquility in the Universe.
The above analysis exemplifies in no uncertain terms the
tremendous importance that Achardharma carries. When the
importance of a topic is realised from every possible perspective,
it helps in creating a stronger impression on the mind that
motivates it to act accordingly. With this very objective in mind,
emphasis is laid in this Holy text on the importance of the various
aspects of Achardharma. Various benefits from the perspective of
vyeshti (Meaning, the individual), and the samashti, (Meaning, the
society) are also mentioned. This Holy text also carries an in-
depth discussion on the possible detrimental effects of not
practising A chardharma , how to abide by ecners, factors that
facilitate the practice of Achardharma etc.
Children’s Books (38)
Brahma Sutras (85)
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