The Glory of Gunatitanand Swami
|In 1812, Shriji
Maharaj celebrated the Pushpadolotsav festival in Sarangpur at the house
of Rathod Dhadhal. All the paramhansas were present on this divine occasion.
Shriji Maharaj played ras with them, and while dancing, He recited some verses composed by Kabir:
‘Koti Krishna jode hãth, koti Vishnu name mãth,
Sadguru khele vasant...
Then, Maharaj asked the sadhus, “Who is such a sadguru?” Previously, in Loj and Mangrol, Maharaj had asked this question and had replied that He Himself was such a sadguru. With this in mind, the sadhus replied, “Maharaj! You are such a sadguru!”
Then, Maharaj touched His stick to the chest of Gunatitanand Swami and said, “I am supreme Purushottam Narayan and the sadguru whose glory is described in these verses is Gunatitanand Swami.
This eternal sadguru, Gunatitanand Swami, in the form of Akshardham beholds Me and the infinite akshar muktas. There, in Akshardham, and here, he is always with Me in My service and has manifested to spread the true upasana of My supreme form.”
Everyone was spellbound to hear the true glory of Gunatitanand Swami from the lips of Maharaj Himself.
This incident was witnessed and narrated by Rathod Dhadhal to Jasa Gor and Nagji Sheth. They in turn narrated this incident to Brahmaswarup Shastriji Maharaj.
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