Pushtimargiya Diksha

Shrimad Vallabhacharyaji was Hinduism’s principal Philosopher, foremost Mystic, well known Spiritual Leader and a Krishna Devotee. He was last of the Acharyas (Scholars) of Hinduism who most logically explained the relationship between The Supreme God (Brahm , Bhagwan) ShriKrishna, The Universe and The Individual Soul through His philosophy of Pure Non-Dualism (ShuddhAdvait BrahmVaad). The philosophy of Non-Dualism explains that the universe and the individual souls are parts of The Supreme God – The Supreme Being – The Supreme Soul. It further explains that the individual souls keeps coming out of The Supreme Soul (Bhagwan) like the sparks that keeps coming out of an eternal fire. And just like the sparks of a fire, the individual souls have come away from The Supreme Soul, disassociating themselves from The Supreme. This disassociation makes the soul forgetful of its relationship with The Supreme Soul – Bhagwan ShriKrishna, The ParBrahm.

Shrimad Vallabhacharyaji came to this world to institutionalize PushtiBhaktiMarg and to guide Pushti souls towards Bhagwan ShriKrishna by re-establishing their relationship with ShriKrishna.

This re-establishment of soul’s relationship with Bhagwan ShriKrishna is carried out by administering The Brahm-Sambandh Mantra to the individual souls. This Mantra was given to Shrimad Vallabhacharyaji (Shri MahaPrabhuji) by ShriKrishna (ShriNathji) Himself at midnight on the eleventh day (Ekadashi) of the first half of the month of Shravan in the Hindu year 1549 (1493 AD). The day is known as Pavitra-Ekadashi and is celebrated as the Day when PushtiBhaktiMarg was institutionalized.

Shri DamodarDas Harsaniji was the first vaishnav to be initiated into PushtiBhaktiMarg by receiving Brahm-Sambandh from Shri MahaPrabhuji.

When a sevak is initiated into Pushti Marg he is given Diksha by two Mantras; One is the Ashtaakshar Mantra and the other is Brahma Sambandh Mantra (Gadya Mantra).

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