Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Understanding Divine Science - Swami Vikasanand

Lambé maharaj...Swami Vikasanand...was from Nagpur
He set up during his physical presence a number of Ashrams and had his disciples and followers out of whom He had given "Diksha" to a selected few. He was a very Well read , Knowledgeable, Intellectual, Spiritual 'Sadhak' (practitioner of spirituality).
Coming from a simple family he was an insuarance agent, he started his "Sadhana" during his later years and achieved the zenith. The "Shaktis" and the "Maha Vidyas" , Tantra, mantra, Yoga Sadhana, Music,Singing, were a way of life...Those who saw him, knew him,followed him were truly lucky. Blessed were those who could read between the lines,his messages,guidances,actions,thoughts..etc... I always wish I were there...or who knows...I may have already been with him or more so HE was already there with me..

To know about him and his teachings and work , I would recommend you to see these sites:-
and more important:-
Soon approaching is Guru Poornima
As a small contribution I have produced a Music CD for Times Music called "Sadguru".
it is the experience of a "Shishya" Shri Narayandas F Chotiya who has written it's lyrics...
They are all words and thoughts of the Guru "Swami Vikasanandji" whom we all dearly call as "Saahab". He says he has not written the words they have come to him...for he, even though being a professor of Hindi and a poet ...says something of this sort and of all things an "Aarti"
couldn't be composed by him.
The Music Director Shri Anand Modak also says somewhat the same thing....The compositions were never made by him...they came to him and surprised him like a Blast of Wind when he heard the full CD in totality. He was in tears listening to the final product !
I was a spectator and actually present proof to all the experience.I was ..what can I say..
"Blessed" to have been able to become the producer of such an amazing CD "A True Spiritual Experience"
"Sadguru" tells you about what A Guru is and What He gives to the Shishya....
It has to be heard again and again to feel the actual experience..and let the words sink in for their true meaning..
These Sites....and Sound ...will surely help you know about the Divine Science....
My Respects to Swami Vikasanand on this day of 'Ashadi Ekadashi' which coincidentally is also the birthday of My friend,philosopher and guide Mr Narayandas Chotiya who turns 65 today and his "Tithi'' and Birthday coincide.

Monday, July 12, 2010

Proud to be an Indian

I had just finished watching last night's replay of FIFA finals.Surfing for some news I stopped when I saw the Live launch proceedings of ISRO at Shriharikota.I was fascinated and caught unawares.I soon got hooked on to the TV set and for the next hour or so got mesmerized.......

When all was over and the mission completed....I came out of a trance...I was beaming with a grin from ear to ear. It was then that I came to know how well we had succeeded and of how talented our own scientists were. We are so ready to blame on the government when their is a mishap or tragedy....But when there is a success do we give them praise with a simple pat on their backs?

I commend the efforts of all those who have proudly put INDIA on the world map and made us a power to reckon with in Space wonder there are so many of us Indian in NASA..

Here is what is on the net.......

"India's space aspirations received a major boost on this morning when India's indigenously built PSLV rocket successfully placed 5 satellites into orbit. The rocket took off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Shriharikota at 9:22 am IST on July 12.

The PSLV C15 carried five satellites, which also included a remote sensing satellite, the Cartosat 2B and one pico satellite called the STUDSAT made by engineering college students of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. The other satellites were Alsat from Algeria, two nano satellites from Canada and Switzerland. This launch comes barely three months after the failure of the GSLV D3, which failed to complete its mission and crashed into the Bay of Bengal.

The Cartosat 2B happens to be the latest remote sensing satellite to be launched by India. It joins its siblings the Cartosat-2 and 2A, both of which are currently in service. Alsat from Algeria, too is a remote sensing satellite and tips the scales at 116 kg. The other nano satellites are quite lightweight weighing just six kilos. The satellite designed by the engineering students is even smaller and weighs just a kilo.

Since its first launch in 1994, the PSLV has so far placed 17 Indian and 22 foreign satellites into orbit - making it one of the most successful launch vehicles ever - worldwide."

Please join me in commending the wonderful job done by our fellow citizens of INDIA at ISRO.