Pujya Mota

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Pujya Shree Mota (September 4, 1898 – July 23, 1976), or Chunilal Asharam Bhavsar, was a spiritual leader who established ashrams in Nadiad and Surat in Gujarat, India. He founded the Hari Om Ashram, also known as the Maun Mandir, near Nadiad.[1]


  1. ^ Desai, Anjali (2006). India Guide Gujarat. India Guide Publications. p. 209. ISBN 978-0-9789517-0-2. Retrieved 17 November 2010. 

Further reading[edit]

  • Kashmiraben Vazirani; Mota (Shri.) (1985). Pujya Shri Mota. Gujarat Divya Jivan Sangh Shatabdi. Retrieved 17 November 2010. 
  • Om, Hari, The Fragrance of a Saint: Life-incidents of a Gujarati Saint Pujya Shree Mota. India: Hari Om Ashram Publication, 1998.

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