Radha Swami Satsang, Dinod

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Radha Swami Satsang, Dinod
Star Temple, Samadhi- Param Sant TaraChand Ji Maharaj.jpg
Star Monument at Radha Swami Satsang, Dinod
Basic information
Location Dinod, Bhiwani, Haryana in India
Geographic coordinates 28°47′36″N 76°02′40″E / 28.7933401°N 76.0444933°E / 28.7933401; 76.0444933
Affiliation Holy Samādhi of Param Sant Tarachand
Website Official website

Radha Swami Satsang, Dinod (RSSD) is a non-profit spiritual organization. Its main headquarters are in Village Dinod, Distt. Bhiwani, Haryana in India. Radha Swami faith is associated with Sant Mat where Surat Shabd Yoga is taught by a living master. The word "RadhaSwami" is combination of two words: "Radha" refers to "Soul" and "Swami" refers to "Lord". The combined word thus refers to the "Lord of the Soul" or Supreme God. The Radha Swami faith was started by Shiv Dayal Singh on Basant-Panchami day (a spring festival) in January 1861. He was born in a Khatri family at Agra on 24 August 1818. The Radha Swami gurus carried his work forward.[1][2] The Radha Swami Satsang at Dinod (RSSD) was founded by Sant Tarachand.[3] The present master of Radha Swami Satsang, Dinod is Sant Kanwar Saheb.

Principles[edit]

Five main principles of Radha Swami faith are [4][5][6]

  • Lead a vegetarian life.
  • Abstain from alcohol, drugs and other intoxicants.
  • Abstain from stealing.
  • Engage in over two hours of meditation (Surat Shabd Yoga) per day.
  • Lead a moral life.

Lineage of gurus[edit]

Sant Kanwar Saheb giving Satsang at Bhiwani Ashram. Picture also depicts previous five gurus of Radha Swami Satsang, Dinod

The lineage of gurus in Radha Swami Satsang at Dinod is[7]

TV Programs and Newspapers Articles[edit]

Satsangs of present master Kanwar Saheb are telecasted daily on various Indian spiritual channels like Zee Jagran,[8] Divya Channel,[9] Shraddha MHOne, Disha TV, etc.[10]

Kanwar Saheb's satsangs are also published in leading Hindi newspapers like Dainik Bhaskar, Dainik Jagran, Haribhoomi, Punjab Kesari, etc.[11][12]

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