The Holy Scripture of the Swaminarayan Sampraday. A historical collection of spiritual discourses delivered by Lord Swaminarayan in the Gujarati language. It is a catechism, filled with infallible logic, startling metaphors and analogies, and divine revelations that provide philosophical and practical answers to the mysteries and questions of life:. It is the ultimate Secret, the Essence of essence. And those who have attained salvation in the past, those who shall attain salvation in the future and those who are striving for salvation now, for all of them this talk is their Lifeline!
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Through sermons and question-answer sessions, Bhagwan Swaminarayan provides practical and enlightening guidance on all aspects of spirituality for all spiritual aspirants. The Vachanamrut is a principal scripture of the Swaminarayan Sampraday.
It is a catechism filled with infallible logic, illuminating analogies and etaphors, and divine revelations that provide philosophical and practical answers to the deepest mysteries and questions of life. Whether you want to overcome anger or understand the nature of God, whether you want to eradicate jealousy or know whose company to keep, whether you want to recognise a true guru or develop faith in God, the Vachanamrut can enlighten you.
It is the essence of the Hindu scriptures based on the spiritual knowledge, spiritual insight and practical experience of Bhagwan Swaminarayan, the Supreme Reality Himself. Gadhada Pratham. Gadhada Madhya. Gadhada Antya. Bhugol Khagol.
As followers believe Swaminarayan to be Parabrahman, or God, the Vachanamrut is considered a direct revelation from God and thus the most precise interpretation of the Upanishads , Bhagavad Gita , and other important Hindu scriptures. The Vachanamrut is a chronological anthology of religious discourses delivered by Swaminarayan towards the end of his life, between and CE. The compilers wrote the text in Gujarati, the vernacular of the region in which Swaminarayan delivered his discourses. An additional 11 are accepted as canonical by the Ahmedabad diocese, totaling