Welcome to Shree Raj Saubhag Satsang Mandal. The foundation of the Ashram lies in the thread of truth that connects the lineage of self realised souls throughout time. These enlightened souls illuminate the inner path which removes delusional ignorance to enable the experience of one’s soul. This inner path shown by Tirthankar Bhagwan Shree Mahavir Swami remains hidden from the outward mind. Yet the path surfaces over time in the hearts of those that have experienced the soul. Param Krupaludev Shrimad Rajchandra and Shree Saubhagbhai were two such saints. In their compassion, they illuminated this path so that the thread of truth remains unbroken. They form the very foundation for the inner path at Shree Raj Saubhag Satsang Mandal.
One must find this thread of truth in whichever religion, culture, background or heritage. For truth is the only path to Enlightenment. Once found, one must adhere strictly to the instructions of Truth so that Truth may be unveiled within.
In this world we find God in those who are suffering.
Reaching out with our hearts to as many poor, unfortunate and deprived souls as possible, we aim to help educate them, feed them, heal them and lift them up out of their pain and suffering.
Nobody can do everything, but everybody can do something. Your enthusiasm to help and our determination to reach out jointly makes a tremendous difference in the lives of many.
Ekant Maun & Aradhana Shibirs are 5 day spiritual retreats held for intensive spiritual striving in a conducive external environment of silence and isolation. Registration required for Ekant Maun Shibirs.
Among all the masterpieces composed by Yashovijayji, the Adhyatma Upanishad was among the closest to Param Pujya Bapuji’s heart. He would elucidate upon verses from this text right from the very early days of the Ashram’s beginning. In the first part Yashovijayji deals with the Purification of scriptural learning (Shastrayog Shuddhi) and the purification of knowledge (Gnanyog Shuddhi).
Listen to a sample track from our Bhakti Library - a bhakti poem 'Bina Nayan' written by Shrimad Rajchandra and sung by Ashit and Hema Desai