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About Shrimad Rajchandraji

“When the religious practices happen with an intended purpose, that alone is the path beneficial to one’s self. To be devoid of mind’s thoughts of volition and irresolution, that is the path of Mahavir.”

~ Shrimad Rajchandraji ~

Patrank 123

Lord Mahavir and Shrimad Rajchandraji

Over 2500 years ago, Lord Mahavir, the 24th Jain Tirthankara attained nirvana. Since then, many Enlightened Souls have carried forward His legacy. Over 150 years ago, Shrimad Rajchandraji, a self-realised saint scaled great spiritual heights and demystified the path to self-discovery.

“When the religious practices happen with an intended purpose, that alone is the path beneficial to one’s self. To be devoid of mind’s thoughts of volition and irresolution, that is the path of Mahavir.”

~ Shrimad Rajchandraji ~

Patrank 123

The Great Spiritual Luminary

Shrimad Rajchandraji - The Great Spiritual Luminary

Shrimad Rajchandraji was a visionary who laid the foundations of spirituality for a new era. An Enlightened Being who lived in the supreme state of soul consciousness. A genius who inked the path of liberation in His powerful writings. He was a self-realised saint, a reformer of Jainism, and a remarkable poet-philosopher of the late 19th century.

Honoured as Yugpurush, He gave the world a rich heritage that continues to guide generations of seekers, in a short span of 34 years. His life and works are an invitation to turn within and discover the eternal truths.

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Essence of Shrimadji’s Teachings

Standing at the foot of a hill, all that is visible are your immediate surroundings. Upon ascending the peak, you can see all of existence. Shrimad Rajchandraji was at that vantage point. Every word emerged from inner experience, every expression from universal vision, and every message from limitless compassion.

“Seek nothing else. Just find one Enlightened Being, surrender all your feelings at His Lotus Feet and obey Him. If you still do not attain liberation, then take it from me.” ~ Shrimad Rajchandraji ~ Patrank 76

The Sadguru is one who has experienced and revels in the self. Only one who has attained the path, can help you attain it. Surrendering unto Him – through mind, speech and body – is the way to the complete annihilation of ignorance, and the utmost path to liberation. True seekers must align themselves with a living enlightened master and follow His instructions with great passion.

“Certainly, this being must first, considering all the means as secondary, with complete surrender, practice satsang alone which is the primary cause of liberation.” ~ Shrimad Rajchandraji ~ Patrank 609

Satsang is the company of an awakened master, and the association of virtuous people. It is an internal process in an external environment, and the single most powerful tool to deepen connection and purity. Shrimadji emphasised the importance of satsang above all spiritual practices.

“Chanting, austerity or reading the scriptures; regardless of which activity one does, there is only one purpose to be fulfilled; that is to get detached from the world and dwell in the Truth.” ~ Shrimad Rajchandraji ~ Patrank 299

Sadhana is the spiritual practice given to a seeker through the instruction of the Sadguru. Through sadhana, the awakened master enables the seeker to bloom to his potential. He empowers the seeker with all the necessary tools to carve the path to his own spiritual progress.

“Karuna is to feel empathy towards the suffering of those afflicted by worldly miseries.” ~ Shrimad Rajchandraji ~ Patrank 57

Universal brotherhood lies at the crux of Shrimadji’s teachings. Seva is an offering through words, actions, or contributions. It is an active extension of one’s unconditional love and compassion towards all beings of the universe; the sharing of happiness experienced by coming closer to the self. Seva heals, purifies and elevates.

“Immerse yourselves in the soul, which is distinct from the body, illuminating the self and the non-self, supremely radiant. Oh Noble Ones! Turn within, remain steadfast, abide in that soul alone, then you will experience infinite boundless bliss.” ~ Shrimad Rajchandraji ~ Patrank 832

You are a peaceful, powerful and blissful soul – nameless, formless and timeless. Realising the soul is the only endeavour worth striving for. That alone is worth striving for. By following an enlightened master’s instructions, the seeker turns within, experiences the soul and attains samyak darshan or self-realisation.

Shrimad Rajchandraji and Mahatma Gandhi

Shrimadji and Gandhiji

Honoured as the spiritual guide of Mahatma Gandhi, Shrimad Rajchandraji had a tremendous and formative influence on the Father of the Nation.

“Such was the man who captivated my heart in religious matters as no other man has till now.”

~ Mahatma Gandhi ~ Modern Review, June 1930

‘Yugpurush – Mahatma na Mahatma’ is a captivating theatrical representation of the special bond between Shrimad Rajchandraji and Mahatma Gandhi. With 1000+ shows in seven languages, the play’s one-year journey garnered awards and accolades, moving lakhs worldwide.


Pujya Gurudevshri on Shrimad Rajchandraji

“If I am asked to give a brief introduction of Shrimadji, I would say that Shrimad Rajchandra means an invitation to turn within. This invitation card has just two words – Shrimad Rajchandra. But the moment it is received, one feels inspired to connect with the self.”


“Shrimad Rajchandraji is not just a historic event, it is an existence absorbed in the stream of eternal consciousness. Shrimad Rajchandraji is not this outer frame, it is consciousness revelling in the state beyond the body.”

Pujya Gurudevshri Rakeshji on Shrimad Rajchandraji

Honouring Shrimadji

Shrimadji’s spiritual radiance is spreading throughout the world. He has been honoured in numerous ways and forms, facilitated by Shrimad Rajchandra Mission Dharampur.


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