The master of Self-Realization is one who has not only attained the highest stage of Self-Realization, but is capable of bestowing their stage of Self-knowledge to others. Such a master is called as Gnani Purush, or embodiment of Self-Realization. The spiritual power of a Gnani Purush is such that he is able to grant Self-Realization to any seeker within just 48 minutes, entirely free of cost.
Akram Vignan ‘opened’ as a direct path in 1958, with the spontaneous awakening of Ambalal Muljibhai Patel (A.M.Patel). During this spontaneous awakening, his ego melted completely. At the end of this spontaneous internal enlightenment he was known to the world as Gnani Purush Dadashri. A Gnani Purush is the One who has complete experience of the Self.
Dadashri travelled extensively within India and abroad, at his own expense for imparting Self-Realization through Gnan Vidhi. In his final days in late 1987, he graced Pujya Niruma with the siddhis (special spiritual powers) to continue His work. Pujya Dadashri also graced Pujyashri Deepakbhai with special siddhis for satsangs (spiritual discourses).
After Dadashri left his mortal body on January 2, 1988, Pujya Niruma continued His work, travelling within India to cities and villages; and going abroad to the USA, Canada, UK and Africa. She is Dadashri’s representative of Akram Vignan. She has been instrumental in expanding the key role of Akram Vignan as the simple and direct path to Self Realization for modern times.
The link of Akram Atma Gnanis still continues with Atma Gnani Pujyashri Deepakbhai. He was further molded and trained by Pujya Niruma who blessed him to conduct Gnan Vidhi in 2003. Pujyashri Deepakbhai, in keeping with Dada’s and Niruma’s tradition, travels extensively within India and abroad, giving satsangs and imparting the knowledge of the Self to all who come seeking.
Thousands of spiritual seekers have taken advantage of this opportunity and are established in the experience of Pure Soul while carrying out their worldly duties. They experience freedom, here and now, while living their daily life.