Buddha Avatar Devchandraji
Since Devchandrji revealed the supremely esoteric Tartam Knowledge for the
first time to the world, and showed the path beyond the domains of Sunyas or
nothingness, and the formless Kshar Purusha, he is the true ‘Buddha Avatar’
mentioned in the Hindu scriptures. His work matches all the divine
criteria of the ‘Buddha Avatar,’ about whom the Hindu world is still puzzled and
divided. Those who believe Gautam Buddha, the founder of Buddhism, as the
Buddha Avatar, should remove their illusion and realize the fact that the true
‘Jagrit Buddhi’ or Para-Vidya enlightens the path to eternity beyond the domain
of Sunyas or nothingness. Also, it is right time for those unfortunate Sri
Krishna Pranami experts, who have misjudged Devchandraji as a mere progressive
saint, to re-evaluate their faith by true realization of the Buddha Avatar.
Nijanand Swami’s work of spiritual awakening dissolved the boundaries of
caste, creed or religion. He invited all--Hindus, Muslims, women,
including widows, and even those who were considered untouchables—as members of his divine ‘Sundersath’ family. Gangji Bhai, his resident friend in
Jamnagar, saw the Lord’s power working within Devchandraji and offered his house to serve as a center for spiritual awakening. He became the first
Sundersath, and his house, ‘Chakla Mandir’ became the First Temple. As it
was already written in the scriptures such as Puran Samhita (34/43), and the
Holy Koran (Sup. 3, 6), this massive work of awakening was to be accomplished
through the combined efforts of the two great souls: Sunderbai and
Indrawati. The soul of Allah (Rooh Allah, Malki Surat Sri Devchandraji)
was supposed to wear another dress of Hakki Surat Sri Prannathji.
Accordingly, Nijanand Swami awakened the soul of Indrawati, in the person of
Awakening of Mehraj Thakur:
Mehraj Thakur (1618-1694AD) was born in Jamnagar (Gujarat) in the royal
family of Dhanbai and Keshav Thakur, who was the Chief Minister of the
State. At the age of twelve, he was introduced to Nijanand Swami, who
instantly recognized in him the soul of Indrawati and awakened him.
Nijanand Swami made him aware of this future divine plan, which mainly
- Transmigration of the Lord’s divine powers within
- Revelation of key secrets of the holy Koran and
Puranas through him,
- Disclosure of knowledge about Kshar Purusha, Akshar,
the Uttam Purusha Aksharateet, and the complete glory of Paramdham.
- Mehraj to be greeted in the future as the Buddha
Nish-Kalanka Avatar or the Akhrul Jama Imam Mehndi.
- Creation of the Eight Bihists, or the eight eternities
in the Yogmaya, and
- The last work to be done will be the awakening of the
two great souls Sakundal and Sakumar, who will play a key role in the awakening
Before leaving his mortal coil, Devchandraji called Mehraj and repeated the
future plan to him. He explained this thoroughly for almost twenty-two days,
during which they stayed togather. Their detailed conversation has been
recorded in the Pati (a letter) which was written by Paramhansa Maharaj Sri
Once Nijanand Swami left the mortal coil in 1655 AD, Mehraj pledged to
perform selfless services of the Sundersath and accepted a job as a minister in
the State of Jamnagar. As it happens on the path of truth, Mehraj’s
commitment, generosity and selfless services underwent a serious test when he
was imprisoned in Habsa as a result of false complaints against him. These were
mainly instigated by Bihari Ji, the son of Devchandraji. But, this was
pre-planned by the Lord. As was already written in Koran (Sup 16/Sura19),
the King (Allah) went to Habsa (jail) to do good to all.
While in jail, in the year 1658 AD, Mehraj had communion with the
Supreme Lord. The Lord again repeated the divine Plan to him and began
working through Mehraj. The revelation of the Divine Words began to flow
through the Yugal Swaroop seated within Mehraj.