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 Welcome to Rasa Nidhi
1The Ancient State of Jeeva (Being) - Powers it possessed
 1.1Maharshi Bharadwaj
 1.2Kanva Mahamuni
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
 3.5Vithal 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
The Ancient State of Jeeva (The being)

Mahamuni Kanva

Please take note of another aspect of 'Atmic power'. You may behold the beautiful life of Kanva quite enchantingly narrated by Maharshi Vyasa is Srimad Bharatham. Mahamuni's Ashram was replete with powerful Prema Kala (Love aspect) of Pure Jeevathma. There the tigers, deers cows, calfs all were living together forgetting their natural enemity. These animals connected together by a bond of love tend to dine at one place. In the holy loving world of God nothing except selfless love is visible. Natural enemities are but dissolved and disfigured in it. Such was the power of Kanva Mahamuni. Rajarshi Viswamithra amayed at this serene ambience of Divine Love. He ordered Menaka to leave their daughter Sakunthala in the premises Mahamun's Ashram.

The life of Kanva reveals that the pure 'Amsa' of the Lord naturally inherits Divine Love. We too used to reside in such great state in the past.


Parasurama's life has been yet another shining example to the powers latent in Pure Jeevathma. Though he was alone, the pure soul Parasurama invaded and defeated arrogant kings 21 times. He solitarily faced their armies and with his Divine strength engulfed them under huge fires. This is another example.




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