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Ravish Desai

VELA BAAVA RE TAARA AGHOR NAGARA VAAGEY

Parad Shivling by Shri Mohanlal Agrawal

Many Many Thanks to my respected uncle Shri Dr.Pravinbhai Pandya for sharing this valuable information and images to us.

Dr. Pravinbhai Pandya said the Parad shivling was made by Shri Mohanlal Agrawal from the request of Shri Balkrishna Joshi Principal in (khedBrahma) which was very good friend of Mr Mohanlal Agrawal, he requested to make 2 shivlings one for Shri Balkrishna Joshi and another for Shri Dr.Pravinbhai Pandya which is shown in images, it is very difficult to make this shivling as per its process very rare masterpiece after long kriya it been created and by seeing (doing darshan) you can feel the Shiva Shankar Bholenath itself. The instruction given by Shri Mohanlal Agrawal was it should be always in your pooja sthan and never to be sold.

Friends we are very lucky that we had images of this Shivling.

The another Shivling is of Sphatic and was given Shri Gaurinath Aghori(Girnar) the saint which is mentioned in (Aghor Nagara Vagey book from Shri Mohanlal Agrawal) Shri Dr.Pravinbhai Pandya has requested this Aghori to give him the Shivling so he said I will Acquire you from Girnar or from Nepal, and he give this Shivling to Shri Dr.Pravinbhai Pandya and he is worshiping this Shivling since last 40 years.
Once again I thanks to Shri Pravinbhai Pandya for sharing this valuables.

Thanking You
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Ravish DESAI

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600 years of Ahmedabad: A Legacy of Guru Maneknathji

Manekbaba, as he was fondly called, was an enlightened soul whose life straddled the 13th and 14th centuries.
The residents of Ashavalli and Karnavati (as the area was called before the advent of Ahmedshah Badshah) held him great reverence.

When Ahmedshah was out hunting close to Ashavalli, he saw a hare chasing a dog. He was deeply impressed – he thought , ‘if hare of this place is this brave, the people would also be as brave, if not more!’ He therefore decided to found a new city – Ahmedabad, at the site.

In creating the new city, the Badshah ordered a fort wall to be built. Work began in earnest and during the day, the walls would collapse. It is said that when guru Maneknathji wove a mat during the day the fort would soar up to the sky but at night, he pulled the strands of the mat apart and the fort walls would come tumbling down. After a few days of this , the Badshah sought the advice of a Sufi Saint, at Sarkhej. The Sufi Saint advised the Badshah to seek the blessings of Guru Maneknathji.
The Badshah sought the blessings of Guru Maneknathji and asked his help setting up the city, Guru Maneknathji told Ahmedshah your intensions are noble and you may even manage to build a city but since the place and time of the foundation is not correct, the city will never prosper and grow. Thus under the guidance of Guru Maneknathji, Mohamed Khattu redesigned the layout of Ahmedabad city and built the fort walls anew. The bastion from where the fort walls anew was named Manek Burj as a permanent tribute to visionary saint Maneknathji.

The little island that Guru Maneknathji resided on (now called Manek Chowk) was formed by a rivulet of the Sabarmati River that ran under what is today Fernandez bridge. The rivulet was called the Manek River.
It is said that shortly after Ahmedabad City was built, Guru Maneknathji took ‘Jeevti Samadhi” on the island. “Jeevti Samadhi” is the practice of voluntarily burying yourself alive and was practiced by those who had achieved “Siddhi” or enlightenment in their lifetime. However, being the enlightened soul that he was, Guru Maneknathji is said to have resurrected at many different places around the country. To this day, the temples mark the auspicious spots where he gave ‘Darshan”. The hills at the village Lotol near Daanta and the Bahratri Village near Thasra bear testimony to this. And the faithful continue to visit these shrines to seek his blessings as part of the pilgrimage to the holiest of holy places.

The Samadhi sthal of Maneknathji at Manek chowk continues to draw the faithful who gave always believed that he is the patron saint of prosperity. The fact that the Soni bazaar of Ahmedabad originated at Manek Chowk around Guru Maneknathji’s Samadhi is no accident. And neither is the fact that the oldest stock exchange in the country was located within the flourishing Manek Chowk. Actually, Manek Chowk has always been the business hub of the city – the major grain market, vegetable market, cloth market, metals market, stationary market, wholesale markets, etc are all located around it!.

Mahant Ghanshyamnathji, the 12th generation of Guru Maneknathji’s gaadi, continues the century’s old, unbroken tradition of poojan at the Samadhi every day, On every Monday, as also an auspicious occasions there is special poojan. On Dussera, fresh pennants are raised on the samadhis as well as the Burj.
With the blessings of Guru Maneknathji Ahmedabad continues to be the hub of business, cultural heritage, communal harmony, bonding and prosperity.

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Meditation Tips from Shri Mohanlal Agrawal

The tips was given by Shri Mohanlal Agrawal to Mrs.Rita Shah (Mumbai) I am very thankful to her for sharing this tips to us.

1. The third eye is place approximate 2 inch inside, exactly between eyebrows and whenever we look up our eye sight move upwards regarding to the third eye (aagyna chakra).
2. The prefer timings are early morning or night where there is no worldly disturbances, so you can concentrate very fine after you can listen from right ear is Brahmnaad and from left ear you can hear the sound of maya which we have to ignore.
3. It varies from person to person experiences.

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The drawing is drawn by Shri Mohanlal Agrawal

Thanking You
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Ravish DESAI

Some memories from past (Letters from Mohanlal Agrawal)

I am very thankful to Mr Dhiren Thaker for sharing old memories with us.

Once again Thank You Dhirenbhai

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Ravish DESAI

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Exploring Mandav – Veed 4 -“Avaalia Thaker”

A very spiritual and peaceful place, The Mahatma Shri Shiromanidasji is very wonderful person to meet, there is also Bhojanalay for prasadi, and Gaushala where about 60 cows are there. Friends you can also had a view of Gau Mookhi Dandi in the pics, I am blessed that i had a darshan of the stick, and a stick wich use for Asthang Yog is also there. Some facts about Gau Mookhi Dandi “This stick belongs to very siddh mahatmas never available in shops its available only in jungle and by tradition varies from guru to the chela, because as per information stick belongs the spiritual empire.”

I think Shri ShiromaniDasji hold some yogik powers in pics below you can see the proof, I experienced his mind power when he didn’t shouted to any cow but still all the cows started walking behind him, it was a great experienced for me,   

Thanking You Friends

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“Aghor Nagara Vaage” Now Available in Hindi

Hi Friends,

“Aghor Nagara Vaage” Now Available in Hindi

Available at Navbharat Publications, Ahmedabad & Mumbai

For more information contact to Mr.Prabhakar Patil email: patil_goa@yahoo.co.in 

Thanking You

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Ravish DESAI

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Ujjain the city of Temples – Jay Shri Mahakaaleshwar

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Sad Demise of Shri Mohanlal Agrawal

Shri Mohanlal Agrawal
Shri Mohanlal Agrawal

Shri Mohanlal Agrawal was originally from Merrut Uttar Pradesh, his born place and work place was from Surendranagar, Gujarat. Shri Mohanlal Agrawal was keen in Science, Music, Writing, Ancient Cultures, Researches, and History. His favourite subjects was Ayurved and History.

He has reveal the main part of the Indian culture, is our sadhusamaja. Aadi – anadikala  flow of the different sect. Including Sadhusant, Siddhi’s, Jati’s, Yogis’s, Tyagis’s, Daas’s, Hakto’s  Along with it’s people. Sadhus interact in the life of every person, one way or another in proportion more or less. Whatever thought process of the person or whatever it is on the level. At the time of contact and after contact with each of the bitter – sweet feeling to have. 

Shri Mohanlal Agrawal left us on 6th June 2014, he was suffering from poor health conditions.

Please accept a small tribute from us. You will be always stay in our hearts with your words.

Bhavnath Temple & Vela Baava’s Banyan Tree (VAD) – Girnar Taleti

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