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Swamiji ki Vani

My sheep listen to my voice |
I know them, and they follow me. ||

I give them Sanatan Jeevan, and they will not circle endlessly on the wheel of death. |
no dushman or chor will steal them out of my hand. ||

-John 10:27-28, The Holy Bible

Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta, our Prabhu Yesu, taught his bhaktas many things during the three years of his sevbhakti in this duniya. But he knew he would soon take samadhi, so the most important thing he taught them was to recognize his vani. He would be speaking to his bhaktas for the rest of their lives, because he is Antaryami. The anubhav of hearing the vani of Guruji is Paramatma speaking to our jeev-atma.

There are many things we can learn, but far more important than knowledge is wisdom. Wisdom comes to us when have the anubhav of gnaan. That wisdom comes from above, from the vani of Guruji. We must learn to distinguish the vani of Guruji from the many other voices we hear. Following his vani is the marg that leads to a life of true dharma.

Antaryami – indwelling Lord
anubhav – experience
bhaktas – devotees
chor – thief
dharma – pleasing, correct way of life, religious duty
duniya – world
dushman – enemy
gnaan – knowledge
jeev-atma – human soul/spirit
marg – spiritual path
Prabhu – Lord
Paramatma – Supreme Atma, Supreme Spirit, God
samadhi – leaving the body
Sanatan Jeevan – Eternal Life, the life of the age to come
sevbhakti – service/devotion
Swamiji – Master
vani – voice



Bhagwan ka Shabda


“This is how we know what prem is: our vahalla Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta, our Prabhu Yesu, laid down his life as a balidan for us. And we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters.” 1 John 3:16 – The Holy Bible

He Guruji, you took samadhi as our balidan. |
Because your holy yagna burns away our karma ||

Three days later, Your jiv-atma appeared in the same sharir-roop |
Your samadhi was a holy yagna that burns away our paap. ||

You can change our nasib from shame to prem |
You can show us how to love all people. ||


Bhagwan ka Shabda


“If someone has everything they need, but after he sees a poor person has no daya on him, how can the prem of Bhagwan be in that person who has all of the ashirwaad of Bhagwan? Dear children, let us not express prem with words or speech only but with seva and in satya.” 1 John 3:17-18 – The Holy Bible

He Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta, we love you because you loved us first. |
Our prem for you falls as bhakti to Bhagwan and seva to manavjat. ||

We trust in your ashirwaad for our family |
We provide your ashirwaad to every samaj. ||


ashirwaad – blessing
balidan – sacrifice
Bhagwan – God
bhakti – devotion
daya – mercy
jiv-atma – soul, spirit
karma – deeds, justice
manavjat – mankind
nasib – destiny
paap – sin
prem – love
samadhi – focusing on the soul leaving the body
samaj – society of people
satya – truth
seva – service
sharir-roop – bodily form, body
tethastu – amen
vahalla – beloved
yagna – Vedic fire sacrifice




From relationship to surrender
We are bhaktas of Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta and sevaks of the Sri Muktidatta Abhishikta Sampraday. We are always pleased to extol the virtues of Guruji who was a humble servant of all people, without regard of jati or jamaat. He is sometimes referred to as the Son of God who brought mankind the true anubhava of Bhagwan. He is also known as the Son of Man whose humble seva revealed himself to be Purushottam.

Guruji revealed himself as a true guru by taking samadhi. After leaving the body, Guruji returned to earth in the same svaroop because he is Lord of all.

His hari bhakta John said this:
“The reason Bhagwan loves me is that I lay down my life—only to take it up again. No one takes it from me, but I lay it down of my own accord. I have authority to lay it down and authority to take it up again. This command I received from Bhagwan.”

The Shabda of Sri Muktidatta spoke the created order into existence millions of years ago, the Raj-seva of Sri Muktidatta preserves the created order day by day and the Shakti of Sri Muktidatta will completely transform the created order in the future. Creation, preservation and transformation, the past, present and future, are all held in his hands. He is the Lord of this Yug, teaching us how to live in his light even as the world around us falls into darkness.





Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta came to earth to show us how to experience true sambandh between all of the communities of people in our dark world. He also wants to lead us into true Sambandh with Bhagwan.

Guruji was born in the ancient janmastan of his family, a small gam called Doudnagar. In the sastras which the hari bhaktas of Guruji wrote after he took samadhi, it was revealed that he had taken a janma which would make it possible for people of any jati, samaj and dharma to take darshan and receive ashirwad from Guruji. First of all, the noble desi people from Doudnagar took his darshan. Two years later, Aryan jyotishis who studied the tara and graha in a mutt discovered a tara that indicated the janma of a great Maharaja. They followed the tara on a yatra which lasted two years until they found the place where Guruji was living with his parents. They took darshan and presented gold and many other gifts to Guruji and his parents. The shishya of Guruji experience the shanti of Guruji in their own Atma and will learn to discover the light of Guruji that still shines within this dark Yuga.





Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta came into our sansaar to give people from every dharma or sanskriti the opportunity to have the full anubhav of the kripa of Bhagwan.

A young man from a wealthy family took darshan from Guruji. “Pranaam, Maharaj ji.” Because the kripa and prem of Bhagwan was the swabhav of Guruji, he said to the young man, “You may ask your question, beta.” The young man humbly said, “Guruji, how can I have the full anubhav of the kripa of Bhagwan? Since my upanayana, I have always followed the dharma of my family perfectly, but I still do not have atma shanti.” Guruji then took the pariksha of the young man. “Give your wealth to the poor as a daan to Bhagwan and follow me.” The wealthy young man was shocked and sadly took his leave from Guruji. Guruji then said, “It is very hard for any person who is a crore pati in their heart to have the anubhav of the kripa of Bhagwan. However, nothing is impossible for Bhagwan.“

Guruji can lead us into true sambandh with Bhagwan. You can have the anubhav of Bhagwan’s kripa by following Guruji.


Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta was eager for people from every dharma and sanskriti to have the anubhav of mukti. Guruji taught that people get mukti when the anubhav of swarga enters their atma while they live in this duniya. This happens through the kripa of Guruji.

Guruji explained that the anubhav of mukti is like planting a beej in the ground. Guruji said, “If a beej dies, it brings fruit, but if it doesn’t die, it will not bring fruit. If I take samadhi, you will get the fruit of mukti.” Guruji called this balidan ka marga.

Guruji then said, “My samadhi will be a balidan for all people. After 3 days, my atma will take poonarjanma, but I myself will return in the same swaroop in which I took samadhi. The shakti of my samadhi and poonarjanma is stronger than karma. All who have the anubhav of this gnaan can get Mukti in this duniya.”

Any person of any samaaj can freely get this mukti from Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta.



Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta often taught his shishya mandal about true Bhaktibhav. His hari bhakta later wrote this sloka:

Bhakti without seva is useless. |

A heart of aradhna and a life of seva is true bhaktibhav. ||

One day, Guruji surprised his shishyas by entering an avarna gaam. Then, they were shocked when he accepted water which a woman offered him from their pani ka kuaan. Guruji and his shishya mandal received a warm swaagat into this gaam and spent two days teaching the people about bhaktibhav. The people accepted paap ki mafi from Guruji and received atma shanti from this amazing anubhav of bhaktibhav.

Anyone who has the anubhav of bhakti and seva from Guruji has taken his darshan and will realize the gnaan of bhaktibhav.



When Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta was preparing to leave this world, he gave an important final bodh to his bhaktas.

Remain in me, and I will remain in you. |

If you remain in me, you will be like a fruitful plant. ||

If you do not remain in me, you will not have any fruit. |

Those who have no fruit are not my bhaktas. ||

Guruji then promised to send his Pavitra Atma to enter the atma of all of his bhaktas. In this way, he changes our dil to become the aadhyatmik place were Guruji can remain. We remain in Guruji when we show true prem to our parivar, pardoshi, samaaj and all of our deshvaasiyo.

We are given vishwas, aasha and prem. The greatest is prem.


Aadhyatmik – spiritual
Aasha – hope
Abhshikta – Anointed King
Anubhav – experience of reality, experiential realization
Aradhna – worship
Aryan – noble born, higher caste, people of the Vedas
Ashirwad – blessing
Atma – spirit, soul
Atma – soul, spirit
Atma shanti – peace of the soul or spirit, perfect inner peace
Avarna – without varna, without caste.
Balidan ka marg – path of sacrifice
Beej – seed
Beta – child, a term of endearment for a young person
Bhagwan – God, personal God of grace
Bhakta – devotee
bhaktas – devotees
Bhakti – devotion
Bhaktibhav – nature of Bhakti
Bodh – teaching
Crore – 10 million rupees
Crore pati – A vastly wealthy and powerful person
Daan – charitable gift
Darshan – see the deity, worship
Deshvaasiyo – countrymen
desi – people of the land, simple village type people, not Dalits
Dharma – religion, culture, duty, way of life
Dharshan, Darshan – to see God, a vision of God, worship
Dil – heart
Doudnagar – City of David
Duniya – earth
Gam, Gaam – village
Gnaan – knowledge
Graha – planet
Guruji – teacher, spiritual mentor, holy man
Hari Bhakta – great disciple
jamaat – community who share the same religion, often meaning Christians and Muslims
Janma – birth
Janmastan – birth place
jati – a closed community of people which is entered through birth; caste
Jyotishi – astrologer, high caste
Karma – actions that cause rebirth
Kripa – grace
Maharaj ji, Maharaja – Great king, sometimes used to address a sanyasi ( itinerant holy man)
Mandal – circle, a group of people who have something in common
Marg – path, spiritual journey
Mukti – release, salvation
Muktidatta – salvation Lord
Mutt – monastaery, religious study center
Paap ki mafi – forgiveness of sin
Pani ka Kuaan – water well
Pardoshi – neighbor
Pariksha – test
parivar – family
Pati – Lord
Pavitra Atma – Holy Spirit
Poonarjanma – rebirth, born again, reincarnation
Pranaam – honorable salutations
Prem – love
Purushottam – perfect man, often refers to God in the form of Krishna or Vishnu
Raj seva – service of the King/for the Kingdom
Samaaj – social community
samadhi – choosing to leave the body through death, sign of a true guru
Samaj – community of people
sampraday – a tradition or a community
Sansaar – earth, world, world system
Sanskriti – culture, Vedic cultural assumptions, India history and culture or civilization
Sastras – scriptures
seva – selfless, noble service
sevak – servant who does seva, not an employee or “slave”
shabda – word, denotes God’s power
shakti – power
Shanti – peace
Shishya – students, followers
Sloka – a spiritual verse or phrase
Sri – honorfic, Sir
Swabhav – inner nature, character
swarga – heaven
swaroop – form or body
Tara – star
Upanayana – ceremony in which young Hindus are initiated into a time of learning from a guru
Varna – denoting the 4 castes of Brahman, Kshatriya, Vaisya, Sudra
Vishwas – faith
Yatra – pilgrimage
Yug, Yuga – age of time, an epoch of time. (Hindus believe we are now in the Kali Yuga, or age of darkness and moral decline)