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Known as Akshar Brahm, was a prominent Saint, who has given the most valuable contribution for spreading of the Swaminarayan Sampraday Holy Fellowship. His name was Muljibhai. From the childhood he swqmi a divine vision and he could see with his inner eyes, what Ghanshyam Bhagwan Swaminarayan was doing in his childhood at Chhapaiya, far away in U.
Sadguru Shree Gopalanand Swami ni Vato
By this divya Drashthi, he could see the Thread-Ceremony of Ghanshyam on the very day and he described the same to his family. Thus he had Divine Vision and he could have the holy glimpse of sight of Bhagwan Swaminarayan Occasionally. Once after getting divine holy sight of Bhagwan Swaminarayan and inspiration, he left worldly attachments and renounced home in the S.
He was possessing all saintly virtues. He was living very simple but highly spiritual and serviceful life. Bhagwan Swamianrayan was very happy with on him on the account of his ever readiness to serve the sick Saints and thus setting up an ideal example for the same. He spent about 40 years in Junagadh, as the Mahant Head of the Swaminarayan- temple. On this status also, he used to render services even cleaning and assisting construction work in the temple.
Though he was uneducated he used to give preaching for hours on high philosophy in a very simple, practical and impressive way, spellbound the mass. By his talks, there was a change of heart even of wicked persons and they were inspired to lead noble life.
By his blessings, disturbing worldly desires were subjugated. Even the sense of taste and passions were controlled under immediately. He left his physical body at Gondal in the S. He was one of the five Sadgurus who compiled the memorable words of Shree Swamj in Vachnamrut.
Muktanand Swami was known for his caring demeanor, similar to love of a mother, as he was willing to accept, accommodate, and forgive the flaws of younger sadhus and devotees. When Muktanand Vwto met NeelkanthVarni, he was the first person to satisfactorily answer His inquiries regarding the true nature of jiva, ishwar, maya, Brahma, and Parabrahma. This Aarti is being sung today in each and every Mandir. Muktanand Swami died in VS in Gadhda.
Khushal Bhatt was married, but was not attached. He met Lord Swaminarayan. He immediately decided to serve Him. When the Lord left His mortal body and returned to Akshardham He left responsibility for the Sampraday and the Acharyas in his hands.
Gopalanand Swami did the Aarti to Hanumanji. Gopalanand Swami stood infront of Hanumanji and concentrated his powers into the murti and suddenly Hanumanji began to move. Gopalanand Swami also had a stick which has immense powers to ward off evil.
This stick is still being used and is kept in Sarangpur Temple. His father was called Shambhudan Barot Charan and his mother was called Laluba. Lord Swaminarayan asked Ladudanji to persuade the girls to get married.
He thought he could convince Laduba to get married but the reverse happened. Ladudanji decided to become a saint all by the teaching of Gopalanan. He took Diksha in in Gerita town, near Siddhapur and was named Shrirangdasji.
Brahmanand Swami was a saint that could make Lord Swaminarayan laugh even if He was in a bad mood. He supervised the building of 3 magnificent temples. These were Muli, Vadtal and Junagadh.
The Lord had high respect for Brahmanand Swami and goalanand anybody who sings of his verses everyday would bopalanand darshan of Almighty God Supreme. Brahmanand Swami died in Muli VS He was born into a Gaoud Yajurvedi Brahmin family. His father was called Vishnu Sharma and his mother was Virjadevi.
He also had a brother called Govind Sharma. He went Kashi to learn and acquire knowledge from JagjitPandit. Nityanand Swami would always be consulted by Lord Swaminarayan when letters to no officials British Empire were written. Nityanand Swami would attend the gopaoanand arranged by other sampraday. He debated with other saints and was always the winner. No one could put a constructive argument against him. He was one of the saints to write Vachanamrut and he translated the Shikshapatri in Gujarati which was authenticated by Lord Swaminarayan.
Nityanand Swami died in Vadtal VS Premanand Swami was born to Hindu parents who abandoned him at a young age. A Muslim family raised him, his foster father was called Dosatai.
Dosatai was a good father and wanted Hathiram to learn the art of music. For this reason Dosatai sent Hathiram to Vadodara to learn music. After he completed his studies, he met to Lord Swaminarayan and was soon initiated as a sadhu. Lord Swaminarayan sami Hathiram diksha and named him Nijbodhanand Swami. His name was later changed to Premanand Swami, due to his extreme love for Lord. He was a born poet, many of his hymns are sung daily by devotees.
Premanand Swami composed the words of the Chesta Pad, which is sung and recited daily at all Swaminarayan temples. He also wrote the PremanandKavya. Premanand Swami left a legacy of over four thousand kirtans. His composition remains unmatched among Indian music swamii, and within the sampraday.
He is regarded as one of the greatest literary poets of India.
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He came from a Gurjar Suthar family. His father was Rambhai and his mother was called Amrutbai. He helped in the building of Dholera Temple as a good sculptor.
In Vadtal, he built a 12 door Hindola. He was a strong renunciate and known for his intense vairagya, or detachment from worldly objects and relationships. His poetic creations displayed this intense sense gopalanadn detachment. He authored NishkulanandKavya, a book that is famous within the sampraday. He also knew about music, as he was a renowned poet a wrote numerous poems. He kept on goalanand scriptures until his death. He died in VS in Dholera. His father was called Jijibhai gopalaannd his mother was called Benjiba.
Devidan become a devotee of Swaminarayan Bhagwan and joined Him.
Devidan became a Swaami and was taught the art of poetry and music by Brahmanand Swami. Devanand Swami was respected by all followers as he observed vopalanand celibacy, deep devotion to Lord Swaminarayan and saintliness towards other saints.
Devanand Swami was one of the eight leading poets. Devanand Swami composed many kirtans which can be found in Gopalananr. Santdasji was born in Meethila town in Nepal. His father was called Vishnudatt, who was a brahmin. He obtained diksha in Dabhan. He had the fopalanand of akhand samadhi, in which he could see Lord in divine form whatever he was doing, even during sleep.
Many times he had remained in samadhi for six months at a goalanand. He has written many other scriptures and stotras including ShikshapatriArthaDipika.
His father was called Ramjibhai and his mother was called Kuverbai, his family name was Kadiya Rathod. Bhumanand Swami was a sincere and devoted person and composed many kirtans about bhakti.
He composed the GhanshyamLeelamrutSagaar scripture. Rupjibhai lived in Vadhvan, he was a sincere and devoted man. He was also a great poet and composed many kirtans which were full of bhakti devotion. I just thought that you may be interested in going to Gadhada, you may find him there. Rupjibhai came to Gadhada. Alone and tired, he wondered if God was really going to be here. Just then he saw a figure on a horse, the figure was Shreeji Maharaj.
Rupjibhai later wrote the following kirtan describing this scene: Bhumanand Swami died in VS goppalanand Manasa. He came from an Audichiya Brahmin family. At a very young age, Jagnath Bhatt was educated in Sanskrit and learnt other activities which were required as a Brahmin. He was obeying Naishtik Brahamchari celibacy rules. He regularly associated himself with holy Sadhus.