Pujya Bhaishri Rameshbhai Oza

Introduction

Pujya BhaishriRameshbhai Oza, popularly known as Bhaishri, is the modern age spiritual leader who is based in Gujarat and has dedicated his life for the spiritual upliftment of the millions. Bhaishri recognizes spirituality as the only way of life and by spreading his scriptural knowledge he has emancipated lives of millions across the world.

Bhaishri is greatly revered for his institute Sandipani Vidyaniketan, with Headquarters in Gujarat and branches in Mumbai, U.S, U.K, Australia, and New Zealand. His philosophical yet pragmatic method of teaching the essence of ancient scriptures has endeared him to millions of followers.

Throughout the year Bhaishri is flooded with millions of letters from those seeking mental tranquility. He is being referred to as Bhaishri by his disciples as in him; they find an image of an elder brother providing them love, support and spiritual guidance.

Early Life

Bhaishri was born in a Hindu Brahmin family on 31st August 1957, at Devka village, in Saurashtra, Gujarat. Bhaishri belongs to the Audichya community and was born to Late Shri Vrajlal Kanjibhai Oza and Smt. Laxmiben Oza.

 

Youth and Studies

After receiving his formal early education at ‘Tatvajyoti’ Sanskrit school in Rajola, Bhaishri moved to Mumbai to pursue further education. Here, he completely engrossed himself into learning ancient scriptures.

As a young boy, Bhaishri regularly attended his uncle, Shri Jeevarajbhai Oza’s spiritual discourses. In fact, it was Shri Jeevarajbhai who first noticed the spiritual spark in Bhaishri after he started showing keen interest in scriptures like Ramayan, Shrimad Bhagwat, Bhagavad-Gita and Goswami Tulsidas’s Ramcharitmanas. At the tender age of 13, Bhaishri revealed unusual spiritual potential by confidently holding a spiritual discourse on Shrimad Bhagavad-Gita. Again, at the age of 18 he set new standards by reciting his first Shrimad Bhagavat katha, in Mumbai, India.

As time went by, Bhaishri evolved into one of the most popular spiritual orators of the modern era. His following also grew meteorically with people from U.S., U.K., Canada, Africa, Portugal, New Zealand and Australia started attending his discourses. By disseminating his Vedic and Upanishadic knowledge amongst the masses he envisages to take the past into the future.

Published Works

·         Aartina Diva

·         Amrut Nu Aachman

·         Bhagavat Bhagirathi

·         Bhakti Sagar

·         Bhakti Sudha

·         Bhakti Sudha gujarati

·         Chalo Piya Ke Desh

·         Chatuhshloki Bhagavat

·         Cheepna Moti

·         Dhai Akshar Prem Ka

·         Divya Jeevan

·         Guru Prasad

·         Hari se Lage Raho Bhai

·         Jeevan Anand

·         Jeevan Neeti

·         Jeevan Raas

·         Jeevan Sangeet

·         Jeevan Sutra

·         Jeevan Yatra

·         Jigaysa Vol 1 Gujarati

·         Jigaysa Vol. 2 English

·         Jigaysa Vol. 3 English

·         Language: English

·         Jyoti Kalash

·         Karm Hi Pooja

·         Katha Ganga

·         Life A Celebration

·         Matrudevo Bhava

·         Naari Navlu Phool

·         Parmarth Path

·         Prabhuno Sparsh

·         Prem Sagar

·         Prerna Pushp

·         Ram Priya Bhrata

·         Ramayanni Rasyatra 1

·         Ramayanni Rasyatra 2

·         Rashtrana Rang Tarang

·         Samajik Samvadita

·         Sanskruti Stavan Gujarati

·         Sanskruti Stavan Hindi

·         Sanvaad

·         Satya Ae J Dharma

·         Shri Hari Mandir and the Glory of Hindu Temples

·         Shri Ramcharit Manas Gatha

·         Shrimad Bhagavat Sudha

·         Shyam Sandhya

·         Sudama Charitra

·         Upvanma Vihar

·         Vanvasi Ram Vanvihari Shyam: Excerpts from the Shrimad Bhagavat Katha and Ramcharit Manas Paath held in Chitrakoot.

·         Vijay Path

·         Vivek Jyoti: Short excerpts from Pujya Bhaishri’s kathas and discourses.

Contribution to the society

Bhaishri illustrates that knowledge can only phase out the prevailing ignorance from society. Sandipani Vidyaniketan was established by Bhaishri to eradicate the cloud of ignorance and inculcate spiritual effulgence amongst the young minds. In the year 1980, he founded the most prestigious Sandipani Vidyaniketan School at Porbandar, Gujarat to instill spiritual virtues, lineage and attributes directly from the Vedas and the Upanishads. The School houses 500 resident students and provides courses on priest craft and Sanskrit. Two comprehensive Graduate courses offered at Sandipani Vidyaniketan School, also known as ‘Rishikul’, are –

o   An 8 year course – to attain the stature of a ‘Shastri’.

o   A 10 year course – to attain the stature of an ‘Acharya’.

In the word of Bhaishri, “You cannot change the direction of the wind, but you can adjust your sails.”

Contact

Sandipani Vidyaniketan,

Maharshi Sandipani Marg,

Raghavav, Opp. Airport,

Porbandar 360 578,

Gujarat, India

Tel: +(91) 286 – 2221698

Email: bsstpbr@sandipani.org / ssptpbr@sandipani.org

Website – www.sadipani.org

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