Many years ago, to enlighten the seekers, Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale wrote a 4-line poem that asked them to have the following bhav (Spiritual emotion).
‘The gross body has limitations of time and space. How can I be with everyone, at all times.
Sanatan Dharma is my eternal form. In this form, I always exist everywhere’.
Over time, as the mission of Hindutva grew, many devout Hindus were attracted to Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale, and today many devout Hindus consider Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale to be their ‘Guru’. It is now that we realise – ‘Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale belongs to Sanatan Dharma’.
Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale has never differentiated between seekers and devout Hindus, His own organisation and the organisations of others. Therefore, He was able to guide the devout Hindus like He did the seekers, and now many devout Hindus have taken initiative in the mission of Hindutva and in the Path of God-realisation and are following this Path.
Here are some examples of Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale’s innate love for devout Hindus.
– Mr. Nagesh Gade, Group Editor, Sanatan Prabhat Periodicals
Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale in informal talks with devout Hindus (From left) Mr. Maravanpulavu Satchidanandan (from Sri Lanka), Advocate Rabindra Ghosh (of ‘Bangladesh Minority Watch’) and Dr. Madhav Bhattarai (Chairman of ‘Rashtriya Dharmasabha Nepal’ from Kathmandu).
While working with devout Hindu organisations, Paratpar Guru (Dr.) Athavale taught through His own deeds that the mission of each organisation should be performed in an organised manner, with the understanding that the mission of each organisation is His own mission. No matter which the devout Hindu organisation or who is the individual, He made everyone His own through Priti (Spiritual love devoid of expectations).
Two generations of this family – Advocate Vishnu Shankar Jain and his son Master Vrushank have also attained the spiritual level of 61%.