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Akshar Purushottam Upasana
Transcript of Akshar Purushottam Upasana
As devotees of Bhagwan Swaminarayan and staunch believers in the Akshar Purushottam Upasana, we should know of the four pillars of our Upasana. SADA SAKAR Shriji Maharaj always possesses a human-like form. This form is present on Earth as well as Akshardham. Shriji Maharaj also references the description of His murti in Vachanamrut Gadhada Madhya 13. SADA PRAGAT When Shriji Maharaj took birth on this Earth, one of His six main reasons was to establish a lineage of Ekantik Satpurushs through which he can remain present on Earth forever. Shriji Maharaj is always present on this Earth through the Gunatit Satpurush, who currently in Pragat Brahmaswarup Pramukh Swami Maharaj. CONCLUSION Being a part of the BAPS Sanstha, we should be well aware of the philosophy and doctrine we believe in. We should know he basics of our philosophy and why we believe in it.
Hopefully, this presentation has given you a brief outline of the four pillar of our Upasana. Ek Sanatan Vaidik Siddhant.... Akshar Purushottam
Upasana PILLARS OF UPASANA SARVOPARI SARVA KARTA SADA SAKAR SADA PRAGAT Shriji Maharaj is the supreme and highest. He is the ultimate avatari- the fountainhead of all avatars. There is no one that exceeds him in any aspect. He is one who has given all of the devi-devtas their respective dhams and duties. Akshardham is His divine abode, in which he is seated amongst innumerable Akshar Muktas. Jay Swaminarayan