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Sant Trilochan Das

He, who is awakened to Supreme consciousness, can take our mind beyond five senses to realize the truth. A True Master, from the age of ten, working incessantly for the spiritual growth of million of people and playing many roles for them as a Spiritual leader, a Humanitarian ambassador, as well as a Peace advocate.

Hazur Sant Trilochan Darshan Das Is a visionary

INTRODUCTION HELLO Hazur Sant Trilochan Darshan Das Is a visionary, humanitarian leader and The Second Spiritual Successor of Sachkhand Nanak Dham. He is a true Saint in terms of Spiritual guidance and benevolence and showers immense love to all, irrespective of what strata of society they belong to. He has listened to millions of individuals…

Sant Trilochan Das Work

SPIRITUALITY According to him Spirituality is not an activity or program it is an inseparable dimension of life. In His discourses He quenches the Spiritual thirst of seekers of truth. He instills in their hearts the Love of God and desire to return to their true home. He emphasizes on meditation upon a Holy Guru Mantra(…

Sant Trilochan Das Wisdom

His vision is to implant the seed of enlightenment in every single being and encompass the whole world in a channel of togetherness. According to him one Who Serves his Fellowmen with Love, Humility and Patience, who seeks no recompense shall find divine grace and union with the Lord.

World belongs to humanity, not this leader, that leader or that king or prince or religious leader. World belongs to humanity.

Dalai Lama

Correct Candle Meditation Technique

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What is Ganesha Position in Buddhism?

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