(12) Nishkulanand Kavya


Nishkulanand Kavya

This big volume contains some twenty-two smaller books. These books are Purushottam Prakash, Sneha Geeta, Vachana, Vidhi, Saar Siddhi, Bhaktinidhi, Haribal Geeta, Hriday Prakash, Dhirajkhyan, Harismruti, Chosathapadi, Managanjan, Gunagrahak, Harivicharana Arjivinaya, Kalyannirnaya, Avtar Chintamani, Chinha Chintamani, Puspa Chintamani, Lagna Shakunavali, Yamadanda, Vritti Vivah and Shikshapatri Bhashya. All these books are of great eminence. Purushottam Prakash sings in praise of the supreme glory of Lord Swaminarayan. In Chapters 41 and 42, the fact of the eternal presence of Maharaj in His Brahmanized saints has been firmly established :

"Sant Hu ne Hu te vali sant re,
Ema Shrimukhe kahe Bhagavanta re,
Sant maanajo maari murti re,
Temaa fer nathi eka rati re." (Ch. 41)
"Kahu bahu prakaare kalyaana re,
Ati aganit apramaan re;
Pana sahuthi saras santamaa re.
Raakhyu vaalame eni vaatmaa re.'' (Ch 42)
The Lord Himself has stated that I am dwelling in the saint and the saint is dwelling in Me. This is beyond all doubts. (Ch. 41)
The Lord has shown many modes of attaining redemption, but He has said Himself that the surest way is through the saint. (Ch. 42)
When we read the works of Sadguru Nishkulanand Swami we feel that he had realized the true form of God realized saints (the realized one) before writing these books which teach us to identify the real brahmanized saints. In Chosathpadi he refers to the characteristics of a true saint and teaches us how to know a pseudo saint, an imposter. Lord Swaminarayan used to say that , ''If Nishkulanand Swami were taught Sanskrit he would have surpassed all the devotees in convincing people about My supremacy.''

 


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