Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale’s ‘Brahmotsav’, a shower of devotion, celebrated in a Divine environment at Farmagudi, Goa on 11th May

Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale

 As per the instructions of the Saptarshis, Sachchidananda Parabrahman graced the seekers in the form of Shri Vishnu riding a chariot !

Farmagudi (Goa) – The Divine presence of Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale and His Spiritual Heirs – Shrisatshakti (Mrs) Binda Nilesh Singbal and Shrichitshakti (Mrs) Anjali Mukul Gadgil – graced the Sadgurus and Sanatan’s Saints, who had intense yearning on their faces. Thousands of seekers who had come from Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka, etc. were excited to have Darshan of God ! As per the instructions of the Saptarshis, Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale’s ‘Brahmotsav’ was celebrated in an emotional, devotional and Divine environment. Seekers turned the grounds of the Goa Engineering College into Vaikuntha (Abode of Shri Vishnu) for Shrimannarayan-like Gurudev !

This ‘Brahmotsav’ was celebrated in such a grand manner for the first time, that Sanatan’s seekers felt they have attained the very purpose of their lives. ‘Brahmotsav’ is a Celebration to commemorate an offering made by Deity Brahma to Shri Vishnu, praising Shri Vishnu through various Arts such as dancing, singing and playing of musical instruments ! This is how the ‘Brahmotsav’ of Tirupati Balaji, seated in a golden chariot, is celebrated in Andhra Pradesh.

In this glorious ‘Brahmotsav’, Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale, Shrisatshakti (Mrs) Binda Singbal and Shrichitshakti (Mrs) Anjali Gadgil arrived at the venue in a magnificient chariot. It seemed as if Chaitanya (Divine consciousness), bhav (Spiritual emotion) and Anand (Bliss) were being emitted through this Divine chariot, when the seekers danced and waved flags to the rhythm of claps.

At the conclusion of the Celebration, the seekers of Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay offered songs and dance, and Divine service unto the Lotus feet of the Divine Guru tradition incarnated as Shri Vishnu.

The Celebration concluded with tears of bhav witnessed in the eyes of thousands of seekers who were filled with immense gratitude and devotion at the sight of the manifestation of the Guru tradition – Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale, Shrisatshakti (Mrs) Binda Singbal and Shrichitshakti (Mrs) Anjali Gadgil. 

Reason for calling Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale an Avatar

Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale has never called Himself an Avatar (Incarnation). Nor does Sanatan Sanstha call Him an Avatar.

According to the ancient and profound Nadibhavishya, the Saptarshis have written the future of every individual.

Saptarshis have written the Jeevnadipattis through H.H. (Dr) OmUlagnathan, who says in Tamil that Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale is an Incarnation of Shri Vishnu.

Sachchidananda Parabrahman (Dr) Athavale is dressed in the form of Shri Vishnu on His Birthday as per the instructions of the Saptarshis and as mentioned in the Nadipattis

Note : Individual spiritual experiences of seekers published here are according to the Principle – ‘Where there is bhav (Spiritual emotion), there is God’. It is not that every individual will have similar experiences.