Sri Guruji

The patriot monk of India, Swami Vivekananda assured the world with his intense love for the mankind: “It may be that I shall find it good to get outside my body — to cast it off like a worn out garment. But I shall not cease to work! I shall inspire men everywhere, until the world shall know that it is one with God.”

True to His words, Swami Vivekananda manifests here in an invisible form and has been guiding all continuously in spiritual path. We refer to Him with utmost respect and reverence as GURUJI Sri Guruji – Swami Vivekananda has been guiding spiritual seekers on the path of fruitful Sadhana by relaying divine messages through His spiritual medium, Rev. Doctorji.

Sri Guruji glorifies Himself in these three ways here

  • Usually on the first and the last Sundays of every month there will be Planchette Sessions during 3-6pm. Doctorji is the divine medium of Sri Guruji. More than 1400 planchette sessions are already over since last 29 years.
  • During Five special festivals viz., Shivaratri (February), Sri Ramanavami (April), Sri Krishnashstami (August), Ganesha Chowthi (September) and Navaratri (October) – special divine messages from Lord Shiva, Lord Rama, Lord Krishna, Lord Ganesha and Divine Mother respectively is a special phenomenon here.
  • Daily during his meditation in the morning Doctorji receives special divine messages directly from Sri Guruji.

This is the place where Sri Guruji revealed the secret of His previous 7 lives viz. as Ramadasa Hanuman about 12,000 years ago, as Krishnadasa Arjuna about 7,000 years ago, as Nityanandadasa Gouthama Buddha about 2,200 years ago, as Nityasatyadasa Jesus Christ about 2,015 years ago, as Nityatushstadasa Sage Budha Kaushika about 1,500 years ago, as Jaganmathadasa Sri Adi Shankaracharya about 1,200 years ago, as Pandurangadasa Purandara about 600 years ago, as Ramakrishnadasa Swami Vivekananda 150 years ago and now Nityajagratadasa Sri Guruji in divine form. Sri Guruji lived here for 72 years, as Sage Budha Kaushika, 1,500 years ago. He used to guide then all people who approached Him for their mundane difficulties with Sri Ramaraksha Stotram. Hence a beautiful cement statue of Sage Budha Kaushika is also here in the entrance on the right side.