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Swami Adagadanand ji maharaj
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World Religious Parliament, is pleased to confer the title of Vishwa guru in recognition of meritorious contribution for world development through Yatharth Geeta."(The divine direction has become instrumental in the creation of this book. Since the thought , promulgated by the Yogeshwar Lord Krishna have been expressed in their simple rudimentary form, it is called 'Yatharth Geeta'.)" to Swami Adgadanand ji Maharaj on 26/01/2001 at the sacred period of Mahakumbh.

Early life[edit]

Swami Shri Adgadanad Ji Maharaj came to the recluse of the worldly saint Paramanand Ji at the age of 23 years in November 1955 searching for the truth. The hermitage of Parmanand Ji was at Chitrakoot Anusuiya, Satna, Madhya Pradesh (India) amidst the dense forests infested with wild animals. Living in such inhabitable forest in the absence of any facility. This rightly reflects that he was a great sage.

Reverend Paramhans Ji received premonitions of his arrival many years ago. The day he reached the ashram, Paramhans Ji received divine presage.He had declared to his disciples, A young man who is ardently seeking to go beyond the periodicity of life must be coming at any moment now.Moment he cast his eye upon him, Paramahans Ji declared, “Here he is!”.

Maharaj Ji, although was not interested in writing, following the godly directions he has contributed invaluable treatises through speech and in text for the social good. The first such publication is "Jeevanadarsh and Atmaanubhooti" – is an account of the ideal life and the spiritual pursuit of his Guru Paramhans Paramanand. It is a collection of his life sketch and many astonishing incidents. Many of the people are even alive today, who have seen such unique personality and for that matter they consider themselves very lucky.

What is Yatharth Geeta[edit]

The Geeta is a divine song conveying spriritual gospel revealed by Lord Krishna 5200 years ago to his beloved disciple – Arjun. The Geeta is a poetic dialogue between a divine teacher and a dedicated disciple. More than five thousand years ago the civilization was smouldering in the violent inferno of hatred. Large armies of Kauravas and Pandavas stood facing each other for war. Amidst them Lord Krishna sermonised the Geeta, but there were only two listeners. One was Arjun, while other listener was Sanjay who was listening from afar. They both were blessed with divine vision and comprehension - the former was blessed by Lord Krishna whereas the latter was gifted by Ved Vyas. There are only two listeners, whereas ears and eyes of others were open, but none could listen or observe anything. Those millions of eyes and ears didn’t have the power or capacity to perceive or understand it.

What were the inner feelings and emotions of Shri Krishna when he preached the Geeta? All inner feelings can not be expressed in words. Some can be told, some are expressed through the body language, and the rest are to be realized and experienced by a seeker through devotion. Only after attaining the state which Shri Krishna had been in, an accomplished teacher understand what Geeta says. He simply does not reiterate verses of the geeta but, in fact, gives expressions to the inner meaning of the Geeta. It is possible to see the same picture which was there when Shri Krishna preached the Geeta. He therefore, sees the real meaning, can show it to us, can evoke the inner feelings and teachings that would lead us on the path of Enlightenment.Rev. Shri Paramahansji Maharaj’ was also an enlightened teacher of such an exalted spritual state and the implication of his words and blessings to grasp the inner feelings of the Geeta itself is the ‘Yatharth Geeta’.

Ashram of the Swami Adgadanand Ji Maharaj

The Ashram of the Swami Adgadanand Ji Maharaj is named as the Shri Paramhans Ashram which is located in the Mirzapur district, UP. One can easily reach to the ashram by the road through auto-rickshaw, car or by other personal means. [1]