Monthly Archives: July 2014

EID Celebration at Jagadguru Kripalu Education Parishat

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At JKP Education, we take pride in celebrating all festivals with equal joy and reverence.

Eid was celebrated at KBIC on 28th July, 2014. The celebrations began at 9.30am with aarti, which followed with cultural programs (Qawali on “Piya Haji Ali” by KBIC students and Group Dance on “Khwaja Meri Khwaja” by KBPS students), Eid quiz and sewai making competition by KBIC’s Yamuna House students.

Jagadguru Kripaluji Maharaj’s word

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“One is truly blessed with the grace of God if he in any life, at any time meets a Guru who is shrotriya and brahmanishtha. Such a Guru will not make any disciple, but the disciple himself has to accept him as Guru from the core of his heart. No genuine Guru will initiate anyone as his disciple until his heart gets purified completely.”

By Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj
Guru Mantra – The Initiation (1st Edition)

Jagadguru Kripalu Maharaj Parishat Updates

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Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat (JKP) is an international non-profit, spiritual, educational and charitable organisation. Jagadguru Shri Kripaluji Maharaj has dedicated his entire life for the welfare of humanity and continues to do so.
  Recent Activities-
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Due to high public demands for Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj’s Philosophy and Kirtan Books, JKP has launched its Mobile Shop in front of Prem Mandir’s main entrance gate.
So if you’re in Vrindavan, be sure to purchase books from our new stall!(Prem Mandir is situated on Chhatikara Road, Vrindavan)
2. tameva viditvaati mrityumeti naanyah panthaa vidyate’yanaaya
(Shvetaashvatara Up. 3.8)rasa’m hyevaayam labdhvaa”nandi bhavati (Taittiriya Up. 2.7) maamekam sharanam vraja (Gita 18.66) maamekameva sharanamaatmaanam sarvadehinaam (Bhag. 11.12.15) The Vedas and scriptures repeatedly emphasize ‘exclusive devotion’. The word ‘eva’ , which means ‘only’ is repeatedly used to emphasize exclusiveness. The mind should be completely attached to God, and to ‘God alone’. This is exclusive devotion. Such exclusive devotion purifies the heart. How do we clean an extremely dirty piece of cloth? We wash it with clean water. With the first wash, only some dirt is removed, if it is extremely dirty. You need to wash it again and again. In the same way, the mind is full of sins from countless lifetimes. To cleanse it, will require great efforts. By Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj Bhagavad Bhakti – True Devotion October 2009 Edition
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RMS – United KingdomNext Saturday (2nd August) Dr. Bageeshwari Devi Ji will be giving a talk on Power and Practice of Divine Name at Wilson’s School Hall in Surrey from 5pm-6.30pm.The next day (3rd August) there will be a practical session of Divine Name chanting at the same hall from 11am-12.30pm.Please share this information with your friends and family so that everyone can benefit from the pearls of wisdom.
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In memory of Jagadguru Kripaluji Maharaj  the Bhakti Dham Parishat have distributed Stationary to the childrens.
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Distribution of gifts for the celebration of Guru Purnima.
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Organised Blood donation camp

Shri KripaluJi Maharaj Social Works

JAGADGURU KRIPALU CHIKITSALYA

There are many rural areas in India, where proper medical facilities are not available, and even if there are some health centres available, majority of the people cannot even afford the cost of basic treatment, medications and other services provided by such health centres. Hence, they are deprived of proper health care and suffer terribly.

Keeping in mind the lack of medical facilities available in such rural regions, Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat (JKP) financed and completed the construction of two fully charitable Jagadguru Kripalu Chikitsalaya Hospitals.

Jagadguru Kripalu Chikitsalaya – Mangarh village is situated in Pratapgarh District, Uttar Pradesh and was Inaugurated on 5th November 2003, by the then UP Governor, Dr. Vishnukant Shastri. Jagadguru Kripalu Chikitsalaya – Barsana village, in Mathura District, Uttar Pradesh, was Inaugurated on 14th January 2007.

#TO BRING HOPE in patients by providing medical services and facilities free of cost.
 
#TO BE WELL EQUIPPED with modern infrastructure in order to maintain a high standard of patient care.
 
#TO TREAT EACH PATIENT EFFICIENTLY AND WITH RESPECT AND COMPASSION
 
#TO PROVIDE QUALITY MEDICAL CARE through combination of Allopathic, Physiotherapy, Homeopathy, Naturopathy & Ayurvedic treatments.
 
#TO CREATE AND SPREAD HEALTH AWARENESSin the community, encouraging people to maintain hygiene and proper health habits so as to prevent many diseases.
 
#TO CREATE FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS that will cater for the medical needs of the local residents.
 
 
Free Education
 
Kunda, situated in district Pratapgarh, Uttar Pradesh, is one of the lowest ranking regions for literacy in India. With an overall population of around 194 million, the majority of families are in an enormous struggle merely to survive. To get a decent job to have a decent life and hope for a brighter future is something far beyond from their understanding and imagination.

Kripalu Mahila Mahavidyalay was founded in 1998 as a self financed all girls Institute. KMM is affiliated with Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Awadh University, Faizabad and is governed by all the rules and regulations set forth by the University for Self Financed Colledges. The Institute offers:

  • Bachelor of Arts,
  • Bachelor of Science,
  • Bachelor of Education,
  • Bachelor of Education,
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications.

Distribution Programs

 

JKP endeavours to help and support as many individuals and families as possible, who suffer from exceptional circumstances and tragedies, with their specific needs and requirements.

Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat

Sadhna Shivir
Sadhna Shivir is a devotional camp in which the devotees disconnect themselves from their regular material world and isolate themselves to practice absorbing their mind in God, and to perform selfless service to God and Guru. Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat organises devotional camps at various places for varied durations, including the annual month-long sadhna program held during October-November and the spring sadhna program held in March. The devotees follow the guidelines provided by Shri Maharaj Ji while engaging in devotional practice. Shri Maharaj Ji also gives lectures, explanations, etc, to address various aspects of devotion during these camps.

Public Speeches
From time to time, Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj delivers public speeches, where thousands of people gather to listen to His divine teachings. He simplifies even the most perplexing instructions from the scriptures with great ease and clarity, and discloses guidelines to the general public on how to attain their ultimate goal of human life. Not only are these speeches beneficial for the general public, but they also help deepen the wisdom and knowledge of a devotee which in turn promotes devotion in their hearts.

Festivals
Jagadguru Shri Kripaluji Mahara explains that the only purpose of celebrating all the social and religious festivals and occasions is to renounce the mind from the material world, while engaging in devotion to Radha Krishna. At times, Shri Maharaj Ji reveals the origin of festivals and at other times He reveals a new devotional aspect, making every festival and celebration an opportunity to integrate devotion in our lives and progress in the path of God Realisation.

Selfless Service
In addition to engaging in devotional and spiritual practices, Shri Maharaj Ji teaches and encourages devotees to perform physical and monetary service. Majority of people who have dedicated their life to Radha Krishna devotion engage themselves in seva (voluntary service) at the four JKP ashrams. These include doctors, nurses and other hospital staffs who render their services free at Jagadguru Kripalu Chikitsalaya, as well various office people who volunteer their time and serve in various ways in the ashrams with greatness.