Tuesday 10th of December 2013
Guidance and religious discourses
Religious and moral etiquette relevant today whilst still following the Shiksapatri, a rule book for all devotees, as prescribed by Lord Swaminarayan. It contains guidance on how to lead a happy, peaceful, healthy and God centred life for everyone.
Gujarati edition published:1985
English translation published: 1999
|E Smrutidin Aje che||
An illustrated history of the evolution of the gunatit samaj, published to mark the 75th Birthday of Param Pujya Pappji. The intent of this publication is to inspire everyone, especially during times of stress, by reading the smrutis or lilacharitras of our swaroopos. These are all provided in month order and picks out key events in the life of our pratayaksha swaroop. Such smrutis have been prescribed in hindu scriptures through history to enable all bhaktos to find peace.
Published: November 1991
|Pappaji na Sanidhye||
Guruhari Param Pujya Pappaji would impart his wisdom to devotees in casual conversations in his inimitable witty and memorable style. Many of these incidents have been captured in this second book.
Published: September 2007
|Param na Pathik ne||
The discourses by Swaminarayan Bhagwan are captured in the "Vachnamrut", which sets out the journey any aspirant would follow for achieving spirituality. Param Pujya Pappaji followed these in his life and achieved the status of Bhramroop. Thus, he is well placed to explain the meaning of these discourses, some of which are presented in simple language to make it more accessible.
Published: September 1988
|Pearls of wisdom||
Excerpts of prayers, articles, letters and notes from the diaries of Param Pujya Pappaji over several decades.
Guruhari Param Pujya Pappaji would impart his wisdom to devotees in casual conversations in his inimitable witty and memorable style. Many of these incidents were published as book on his 75th Birthday.
Published: September 1987
A small booklet detailing the 10 key principles that anyone wishing for a peaceful and happy life should follow.
Published: September 1975
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