Pragat Wani: The Ultimate Divine Wisdom Brought to Light
Chapter: 37, Prakash Hindustani (Jamboor),
Holy Kuljam Swaroop
'Pragat' means to bring to light; and 'Wani' means
Divine Wisdom. 'Pragat Wani' means "The Ultimate Divine Wisdom Brought to
Light." No human words can substitute the Divine Words of the Supreme Lord
Aksharateet. Why don't we try to understand God, Souls, world, life, the
signs of the end time, salvation, eternal bliss and so on…through the Lord's
Holy Words? Pragat Wani reveals all secrets related to these
spiritual topics. For the devotee Sundersaths, it is a part of their
'Nitya Patha' or daily prayer. The English translation is based on the
original Hindi translation in the Holy Kuljam Swaroop published from Sri
Nijanand Ashram, Ratan Puri (U.P.). Appropriate explanatory text has been
added to clarify certain verses.
What is Pragat Wani?
- Includes Tartam, which is recited as a mantra by the devotee Sundersaths,
and is the 'seed' or the central idea of the Holy Kuljam Swarop.
- Promises to eliminate the darkness (ignorance) of the world by spiritual
- Reminds all individual souls of their true spiritual origin.
- Proclaims that the Holy Words of the Holy Kuljam Swaroop are NOT the words
of a poet or a saint; rather these are the Words of the Supreme Lord.
- Discloses the secrets of Sri Krishna's sports and shows how Krishna is
linked with Supreme Brahmn Aksharateet and Akshar Brahmn.
- Unveils the secrets beyond the Eternal Gauloka, which is shown as the
ultimate domain of Srimad Bhagvatam. It clearly shows the distinction
among the domains of Kaalmaya, Yogmaya and Paramdham.
- Explains the root cause for this creation and also the situation before
- Explains why and how the souls descended on this mortal world.
- Explains the souls' past, present and the bright supremely divine
- Explains how the entire creation will enjoy the fruits of eternity,
specifically as distinctly outlined in the Eight Bihists.
- Explains how the Brahmn Srishti Souls will return to their Original Abode–in
the Mool Milawa.
- Is a condensed version of the Holy Bitak Saheb, which briefly describes: the
search experiences of Shyamaji Swaroop Sri Devchandraji, the founder of Sri
Nijanand Sampradaya, his work of spiritual awakening, and how it expanded to its
peak through Sri Mehraj Thakur, who earned the title of Mahamati and
- Explains why this creation is so unique in terms of Spiritual
- Exhorts unparalleled love (ananya prem) as superior to the paths of
Knowledge (Gyan) and Yoga Sadhna.
- Prepares the Sundersath of the present time by announcing all the challenges
during the journey of spiritual awakening.
- Stresses the importance of 'ACTION NOW' because the time is running