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 Welcome to Rasa Nidhi
   
1The Ancient State of Jeeva (Being) - Powers it possessed
 1.1Maharshi Bharadwaj
 1.2Kanva Mahamuni
 1.3Parasurama
 1.4Prahlada
2How the Powerful Jeevathma (Soul) deteriorated?
 2.1Jaya and Vijaya
 2.2Jada Bharatha
 2.3Brahma Deva
 2.4Soubhari Maharshi
3Sarweswari Sri Radha
 3.1Who is Sri Radha?
 3.2Hladini Skhathi
 3.3Madan Mohini Leela
 3.4Naravahan
 3.5Vithal Dasji Maharaj
 3.6Sriji's Jaipur Leela
4How to attain grace of Sri Radha Parameswari
 4.1What is real sadhana (Spiritual Practice)?
 4.2Radhaji's Grace and Devotees
  4.2.1 Boy Rehman
  4.2.2 Shyamananda
  4.2.3 Gulab baba
  4.2.4 King Kulachnadra
5Divine message to readers
   
   
 
A divine message to readers

A divine message to readers


The normal proclamation of Vedas about the principle of 'Karma is " Karmanam bhogatho nasyeth. karma (the resultant effect of one's pactionsst) shall not be dissolved without experiencing the same.

When Parikshith was in Uttara's womb as a foetus, an evildoer launched a deadly weapon to kill him. At the very time Sri Krishna was about to board a chariot. He heard the earnest prayers of Pandavas and Uttara. Cancelling his journey Sri Krishna with his yogic power entered the womb of Uttara in a thumb-size Four Armed form and protected the foetus from the danger.

However, when the same parikshit carried out an egoistic action upon a sage and owing to the resultant 'Karmic effect' he had been subjected to the curse of the sage's son. As a consequence when he was killed by a great venomons snake, Krishna himself could not protect him. Therefore every being in the entire creation got entangled to 'Karma' and the Veda envisage 'Karma' has to be invariably experienced. But the ocean of Grace - Sri Radhaji in the form of 80th verse of 'Sri Radha Sudhanidhi' - a sanskrit treatise offered an invaluable message to 'Jeeva'. That verse is detailed here :
 

 

 
 
Kaisoradhbhutha madhureebhara Dhureenangaachavim Radhikam
Premollasa Bharadhikam Niavadhi Dhyayanthi ye thadhiyaha
Tyakthaha Karmabhirathmaneva Bhagawadharme pyaho Nirmamaha
Sarvascharya gathim gatha Rasamayim Tebhyo Mahadbhyo Namaha
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Sri Kishorij rplete with excessive joy of love has been extending magestic streams of Divine Sweetness all around. Whoever within their heart, meditate such Rasa Swaroopini (the embodiment of Rasa) incessantly get their Karma dissociated spontenously and have no attachment even with Bhagawath Dharma. I bow to the great devotees who have attained such Supreme Divine State.

 
 

-Sri Radha Sudhanidhi  

 
 

 

 
 
Niravadhi Dhyayanthi ye thadiyaha
Thyakthaha Karmabhirathmanaiva
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Those who perform incessant meditation get dissociated from the Karma spontaneously.

 
 

-Sri Radha Sudhanidhi  

 

The way this unique Truth has been manifested in the author's life is narrated now :

In 1953, the author of this book Sri Radhika prasad was working as a District Education officer at Machilipatnam. During August 1953, he was transferred to Anantapur. To reach Ananthapur, the train should pass through Guntur. When the train had stopped at Guntur railway station, about twenty five to thirty friends met him and offered fruits and flowers. Among them Smt. Hanumayamma and her husband Kolinarayana were also present.

A few years before, Smt. Hanumayamma had a heart problem. Doctors even predicted that she might die soon due to this ailment. All her family members had a group photo with her lest they would not see her for a long time. During the same time Sri Radhika Prasad (the author) who was working as a PA to DEO in Guntur, having known her condition, through Sri Koti Narayana cured her ailment with the power of Sri Radha Dhayn. From that day onwards both of them treated Sri Radhika Prasad as their own son and forgot their problem of childlessness.

At the railway station, replete with motherly affection Smt. Hanumayamma enjoined Radhika Prasad to alight at Guntur itself cutting short his journey. Soon she broke into tears. As she requested, the author abruptly ended his journey and alighted at Guntur itself. This incident is detailed here as told by the author" I got alighted at Guntur and reached their house and later had my supper and went to sleep.

 

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