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Mahamrityunjaya Mantra– Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Researched by the sages as the heart of the Vedas, the Maha Mrityunjaya mantra can help you tune into the healing force that is always at work within you, supporting your growth, lifting you up in times of trouble, and reminding you of the higher aim of life.
Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is one among the finest Mantra’s in Indian mythology and spirituality. This mantra belongs to Lord Shiva.
It is a combination of three Hindi language words i.e. ‘Maha’, which means great, ‘Mrityun’ means death and ‘Jaya’ means victory, which turns into conquer or victory over death.
It is also known as ‘Rudra Mantra’ or ‘Trayambakam Mantra’. Rudra refers to Lord Shiva.

Background to Mahamrityunjaya mantra

The Mahamrityunjaya mantra is from the Krishna Yajur Veda. Mrityunjaya is another name for Lord Shiva, the great yogi who is actually said to have existed and to have conquered death. The devata…

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EGO (Aham)– Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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Prernamurti Bharti Shriji explains here the form of Ego, and its types which are noteworthy and practical  in human life.

From a spiritual perspective, ego means considering oneself to be distinct from others and God due to identification with the physical body and impressions in various centres of the subtle body. In short ego is leading our life as per the thinking that our existence is limited to our 5 senses, mind, and intellect and identifying with them to various degrees.

The Ego can be defined most accurately as your sense of self. The notion of “I” or “Me”. The idea that there is a “you” that is distinct and separate from everything else. The majority of people in the world live with a sense of self, with an ego, however that doesn’t validate it in any sense. Hinduism and Buddhism both fervently assert that there is no separately existing…

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Gau,Geeta Aur Krishna – Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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 One of the meaning of Krishna is Kishan, same Krishna who gave us knowledge of the Gita. Celebrating Krishna Janmashtmi again and again makes  Gita knowledge of devotion to be admitted in our heart as a manifestation, then every day is Krishna Janmashtami,. Lord Krishna has given  the mankind two things mainly, one is GEETA and another is MOTHER COW.   Mother Cow is the symbol of  Physical and mental development while Gita is symbol of spiritual development. Physical health, intelligence development, and spiritual growth happens, what remains ?? Just light, advancement and progress !

Even if India or any country will respect the Cow or the Gita must be upgraded. Mother C ow gives physical growth, for  spiritual development is the Gita.

Lord Krishna has won the war. he is best of best in war, theft, orvin whatever it is he is complete. So its a matter of fortune…

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Mysterious world — Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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IMG_4265Prernamurti Bharti Shriji here explains the unfulfilling desires in human life. which can never be finished and evacuated,

The ancient rishis taught us that unfulfilled desires cause suffering. The more desires we have and want to fulfill, the more we suffer when they remain unfulfilled. Therefore, freedom from desires leads to freedom from suffering.

While this is certainly true, it seems unnatural to be totally free from desires. Suppose an person who has gained liberation, enlightenment, moksha, is asked, “Would you like tea, coffee, or a cold drink?” Would the enlightened person reply, “I have no desires, so it doesn’t make any difference to me.” Such a reply would be quite strange. If an enlightened person enjoys tea, he or she would certainly say, “I want tea.”

It would be helpful here to distinguish the difference between two different kinds of desires: binding desires and non-binding desires. A binding desire…

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Prernamurti Bharti Shriji through this glorious Bhajan in her soulful voice reveals the greatnfullness of Sadguru. The grace of sadguru plays an important role in uplifting life of disciple,

Grace of Guru is a transforming force. 

 Where the Grace of Guru is, there victory is. 

 To adore the blessed feet of Acharya and to abide by his divine law is to live truly. 

 Annihilate the fluctuating potency of the mind through ceaseless practices of Guru-Bhakti Yoga. 

The chief purpose and the goal of your life here is to obtain Guru’s Grace which bestows immortality. 

 Remember the triplet “Faith, Obedience and Self-surrender” while serving Guru. 

 Let the ideal of Guru Seva penetrate into your heart. 

 Detach your mind from the evil company and attach to the sacred feet of Acharya, who is a pattern of perfection, knower of truth, a centre of universal love, a humble servant of humanity. 

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Bhagavat Nam Kirtan — The Essence Of Divine.

Prernamurti Bharti Shriji


Prernamurti Bharti Shriji through her affectionate towards mankind makes us understand the divinity and powerful experience through soulful krishna kirtan and explains the diffferent swarup of Lord Krishna.

The masses of people in Kaliyuga don’t observe celibacy, purity in food habits and purity in daily actions. They are given to gross over­indulgence in food and other divine activities. The Gita prescribes the observance of trikaal sandhya, i.e., worship of the Lord three times of the day. It is impossible for most persons in the Kali Yuga to perform such worship. Other modes of worship, such as fasting or performing various austerities, are hard to follow. The best ascetic practice in Kaliyuga is Naamsankirtan i.e. group­singing of the Naam, especially the Taarak Brahma Naam.

Tatha chaivottamam loke tapah sriharikirtanam

Kalau yuge visheshen vishnupritye samaachaaret

The Shastras (scriptures) recommend singing of Naam Kirtan. The fruits that one can obtain through Meditation in…

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Significance Of Mother Cow service–Prernamurti Bharti Shriji

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IMG_3134 mPrernamurti Bharti Shriji explaining here the significance of Mother Cow service and the uses of Mother Cow in our daily life. Shriji also makes an appeal to safeguard and cultivate our precious Mother Cow. Foreign countries conduct experiments and on realising importance made a considerable growth in the population of Mother Cow. So its a huge responsibility of we Indians to Protect and make efforts for our very own Mother Cow.

Prernamurti Bharti Shriji says “Suryaketu pulse that found on backbone of  Mother cow absorbs health rays  from the sun and  captures within. If you Ferte hand on Mother cow’s backbone, the Health rays from Suryaketu pulse enters in you and you will have healthy growth. Cow receives the rays of the sun whose sunshine consist of rays named “Gau rays” ,Hence the name is Gaumata or Gau. The rays contains vitamins A, D, B-12 and many such elements are found which are essential for human…

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