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Pujya Gurudevshri’s South East Asia – Oceania Dharmayatra
Bestowing upon aspirants unlimited grace and unconditional love, Pujya Gurudevshri’s dharmayatra to Singapore, New Zealand and Australia brought them closer to eternal and absolute joy. Let us bask in the Sadguru’s everflowing compassion.

Pujya Gurudevshri’s 53rd Birthday Celebrations in Mumbai were a commemoration of His unconditional love and unlimited grace. Soon after the Master embarked on the Southeast Asia -Oceania dharmayatra to make more spiritual dreams come true.

Scent of Spirituality in Singapore

September 27 – 29

Eager to bask in Pujya Gurudevshri’s divinity, seekers from Singapore, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok congregated to accord their beloved Master a grand welcome through a magnificent arti. The visit also marked Pujya Gurudevshri’s 10th visit to the sparkling ‘Garden City’. The Master’s hosts in Singapore were Mayur Ghelani and Satish-Ragini Bakhda.

The Sadguru’s two pravachans at Singapore Jain Religious Society imparted seekers with motivation for their spiritual efforts. The satsangs were attended by Vice President of Singapore Jain Religious Society, Shri Parreshbhai Timbadia; Past President and Trustee of Singapore Jain Religious Society, Shri Naginbhai Doshi; President of Singapore Gujarati Society, Shri Birenbhai Desai and Managing Trustee of Shantiniketan Foundation Malaysia, Shri Bharatbhai Jasani. The esteemed guests also released the Master’s book, ‘Benevolent Principles of Bhagwan Mahavira’. The Master shared a pleasant exchange with Past President of Inter-Religious Organisation, Singapore – Mr Foo Check Woo. On the occasion of 10th Anniversary of Shrimad Rajchandra Divinetouch in Singapore, the Sadguru spent loving moments with children and sevaks.

Pujya Gurudevshri’s endearing padhramanis nurtured devotees and fostered their connection. An enchanting pratishtha at Deepak-Sonal Charadva’s abode drenched everyone in devotion.

Pujya Gurudevshri’s affectionate presence warmed hearts of the inmates at the Lions Home for the Elders, which is a Voluntary Welfare Organisation (VWO) that actively employs and promotes best practices in providing services and programmes for the ageing community. Representatives of the Lions Home for the Elders interacted with Pujya Gurudevshri and expressed their gratitude.

A day-long retreat gave devotees a chance to offer expressions of their love. Pujya Gurudevshri’s Udghosh uplifted the gathering with enthusiasm for the inner journey. Atmarpit Nemiji’s session afforded life lessons along with fun. In recognition of Shrimad Rajchandra Love and Care’s benevolent initiatives in Singapore, Shrimad Rajchandra Mission Dharampur (Singapore) was awarded Charity status by the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth of Singapore. Singapore youth were overjoyed with the launch of Singapore Football Team for Sahebji’s Football Club World Cup. Endowing lives with a higher purpose the Sadguru departed for Perth.

Pearls of Spirituality in Perth

September 30 – October 1

Pujya Gurudevshri’s luminous presence made the sunny Perth, capital of Western Australia; appear even brighter for ecstatic devotees. Manish-Nirali Shah hosted the beloved Sadguru.

The Master’s pravachan at the Stirling Adriatic Centre empowered and awakened the gathering. Member of Legislative Assembly of Parliament of Western Australia, Mr Yaz Mubarakai; launched a book penned by the Master and also addressed the gathering. The Master’s padhramanis filled all with ecstasy. Hiten-Nandita Mehta, Nilesh-Rupal Sheth and Manish-Nirali Shah experienced profound love when the Sadguru consecrated their abodes with pratishthas.

The Sadguru’s Udghosh in English distilled spiritual truths into practical wisdom. Seekers professed their love with dedications. Pujya Gurudevshri had an informal session with the youth guiding them through their spiritual queries and concerns.

Transforming seekers with His ever flowing love, the Master proceeded to Sydney.

Sumptuous Spirituality in Sydney

October 2 – 6

Pujya Gurudevshri arrived in the beautiful harbour city of Sydney, capital of New South Wales where Dhaval-Bijal Ghelani were blessed to host the Master.

The Sadguru’s two pravachans at the Sydney Baha’i Centre offered devotees an exciting roadmap to lead a fulfilling life. Consul General of India, Sydney, Hon. Manish Gupta; Hon. Speaker, Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly, Mr Pasang Dorjee Sona; Member for Parramatta, Parliament of New South Wales and Minister for Skills and Tertiary Education, The Hon. Dr Geoff Lee and President and Honorary Founder-Director, Indo-Australian Bal Bharti Vidyalay, Mrs Mala Mehta were present on the occasion. The dignitaries released a book written by Pujya Gurudevshri. The Sadguru along with guests also released a book on Mahatma Gandhi for Children. The esteemed guests sought the Master’s blessings and were warmly felicitated. They also shared their thoughts on the occasion.

The Sadguru’s affable padhramanis filled devotees with exuberance. Pratishthas at the abodes of Rajesh-Leena Makwana, Atul-Rupal Bhanushali, Sameer-Manisha Doshi, Kalpesh-Chetna Shah and Bina Maru suffused them with happiness.

Australia mumukshus elevated in Pujya Gurudevshri’s blissful vibrations during the 2-day retreat at Gerringong, themed ‘Grace and Gratitude’. The picturesque coastal town offers beautiful views of the ocean and a verdant countryside. The group visited Cathedral Rocks, a distinctive rock formation along the coastline and Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk, a walk in the native rainforest. Seekers imbibed realistic strategies for inner growth during two Udghosh by the Master. The group energised through a Yoga session with Pujya Gurudevshri. An enjoyable activities session with Atmarpit Nemiji imbued devotees with valuable lessons. Devotional dedications by children and elders alike connected the gathering deeply to the divine. A throbbing dandia-raas turned unforgettable as Pujya Gurudevshri also joined in and multiplied the exultation.

Bringing Sydney devotees closer to their inner bliss the Master proceeded to Auckland.

Aroma of Spirituality in Auckland

October 7 – 11

Pujya Gurudevshri arrived in New Zealand’s largest city Auckland to infuse a spiritual dimension to the metropolis’s natural beauty and diversity. He was greeted at the airport with the traditional Haka dance, part of the local Maori culture. The Master’s hosts were Dimple-Binita Shah.

The Master’s two edifying pravachans at Fickling Convention Centre brought about an inner transformation in seekers. Several dignitaries imbibed Pujya Gurudevshri’s wisdom including the Hon. Members of New Zealand Parliament, Mr Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi and Dr Deborah Russell; Honorary Consul of India, Auckland, Mr Bhav Dhillon; Principal Advisor to the Commissioner of New Zealand Police, Inspector Rakesh Naidoo and Representative of the Fo Guang Shan Temple, Auckland, Venerable Miao Yu. The esteemed dignitaries launched a book authored by the Sadguru and accepted a memento from His pious hands. Hearts overflowed with exuberance upon the Sadguru’s loving padhramanis. Pratishthas at the residences of Rrahul-Bhavini Doshi, Hemant-Dipti Vora and Dimple-Binita Shah coloured them in the hues of piety.

The Sadguru visited the Fo Guang Shan Buddhist Temple and spent moments in silence. He also went to the Rainbow Corner Early Learning Centre, an organisation that believes in enhancing the social, physical, intellectual, communication, and emotional (SPICE) abilities of children.

Instilling lives with purpose and passion Pujya Gurudevshri continued to Brisbane.

Bright Spirituality in Brisbane

October 12 – 13

The sunshine capital of Queensland, Brisbane, was soaked in Pujya Gurudevshri’s showers of grace upon His visit to the city. Sanjay-Shefali Gosalia were the Master’s privileged hosts.

Pujya Gurudevshri’s two pravachans at the Lighthouse Community and Event Centre and Croatian Community Centre opened seekers’ hearts and minds to the Supreme Truth. The Master compassionately met and offered guidance to seekers.

The Sadguru’s padhramanis brought a surge of happiness for devotees. On the occasion of Sharad Purnima seekers elatedly gathered for a cruise on the Brisbane River with Pujya Gurudevshri. In His sublime presence and soothing bhakti, the gathering gradually slipped into moments of inner silence. The Master also visited Mount Coot-tha – the highest peak within the urban footprint of Brisbane.

A slice of His sacredness, a taste of His inner contentment, a glimpse of His serene countenance – seekers experienced all this and much more during Pujya Gurudevshri’s dharmayatra. Blessing them with tools for inner awakening the Master returned to India.

#SadguruWhispers Satsang occurs when there is a transfer of knowledge from a blissful heart to a humble heart.