Celebrate Guru Purnima Festival on 21 July 2016



The Guru plays a central role in a soul’s journey towards enlightenment.  The role is that of a conduit. God is too vast an entity for man to understand and grasp with his limited mind and therefore even though the soul of man is a part of the divine spirit, yet man can never understand the true nature of God.  In that situation, how can man ever be free from his physical bondage?  It seems a hopeless situation but never fear! God provides a solution to this problem.  God knows that we can never reach him by our own capabilities and efforts unless we are guided by someone who knows God.  The question is-who can know God but God Himself?  That’s right!  Therefore God transfers Himself to the physical world in a form that can be seen and understood by people at large.  Thus God walks on earth in a physical form and communicates with people and talks about the journey back home.  He reminds all of us about God, our true nature and that our true home is not here but with God Himself.  In this way he awakens the divine memory that sleeps in all of us.  This person-God on earth, does a service that can never be repaid by us.

What is this person commonly known as?

He is called Sat-Guru.-The true Guide.

Guru Purnima is that day of the year when we pay homage to the man who gives us a priceless gift-the address of our true home.  On this day the planetary positions are such that this day is considered auspicious for paying respect to our Guru.

Our Guru Aadishree Shri Arun, was visited by God Himself a long time ago and asked to preach to the people about the right way to live so that we may live simply in Sansar and then finally achieve Moksha.

That momentous day was the 21st of July 1990, the day when God Himself came to Guru ji in a vision and said – “You have not been born to live an ordinary life. You have come to serve Me and fulfil my divine plan on earth”. Aadishree Shri Arun, immediately recognised the significance of what had happened and he also re-gained his divine memory and remembered who he really was.  Without a second thought, he resigned from his prestigious and well paying job and started the work of spreading the message of God to people at large.

To commemorate that significance of that day, we celebrate that day every year and a spiritual program consisting of Bhajans and a discourse by Guru ji is organized. This is followed by Langar or distribution of divine Prasad.

The history of Guru Purnima is as follows.


The Ashad month of Hindu calendar (July-August), which happens to be the full moon day is auspicious day when Guru Purnima is celebrated. It is celebrated in the memory of the great sage Vyasa. Hindus are indebted to him as he edited the Vedas and also wrote 18 Puranaas, Srimad Baghvata and the Mahabharata. Dattatreya, who happened to be the Guru of Gurus was taught by Vyasa. On this day Krishna-dwaipayana Vyasa, who is the author of Mahabharata, was born. Veda Vyasa made several contributions to the Vedic literature.


On this occasion Vyasa is worshipped and devotees perform puja for their Gurus. People welcome the much awaited rains. And the cool showers provide relief to the parched fields. This is the time for one to begin their spiritual lessons. Devotees intensify their “sadhana” for spiritual attainment. The period of “chaturmas”( four months) begins from this day. Spiritual wanderers sit down together and hold discussions on spiritual affairs. Discourses are held on the Brahma Sutras, which have been composed by Vyasa and Vedantic discussions are held. The spiritual gurus are remembered on this day for their teachings.


Religious discussions are held and the disciples carry out self- introspection. They offer “pujan” to the guru and pay their respects to the guru in mind, speech and action. They obey his wishes without any reservations. They serve him as they would serve God. Gurus are obeyed and revered on Guru Purnima day. The devotees seek truth, love and compassion from their Guru. They show utmost respect to the knowledge and teachings of the Guru. This is the reason why Guru Purnima is celebrated.

I would also like to share the following information.

  1. Ishwar Putra Arun was born in Singhia Ghat, Bihar and his knowledge was revealed in Indraprasth (DELHI), India.
  2. Guru Purnima is a Holiday of All Kalki’s Devotees and is celebrated on  21st July of ever year at every place in different ways.
  3. Pooth Khurd near Bawana  in Delhi holds an important place in the form of New Heaven, as Ishwar Putra Arun gave his first Gurudiksha there to a  large number of people on this day.
  4. Although Ishwar Putra Arun is the founder of a new religion which has only  One caste, only One Religon, One Nation and believes only in One God, he gives the proof of the same though the holy scriptures of all the major religions of the world.  He does this to prove to the people that the existing religions have given testimony for the future coming of the saviour Lord Kalki.
  5. On this day, people usually distribute kheer. Devotees offer prayers and pay their respect by visiting Narayana Grih or New Heaven or  Abhaya Dham or New Jerusalem.
  6. NEW HEAVEN / ABHAYA DHAM / NARAYANA GRIH / NEW JERUSALEM is the place to pray for  relief for those who face insurmountable difficulties in life.  The new heaven has been built as per the vision gotten by Son Of God Arun. This NEW HEAVEN / ABHAYA   DHAM / NARAYANA GRIH NEWJERUSALEM has twelve gates. It is a temple where Idols are not present. In this temple, there are three  thrones – one for Lord God and the remaining for the two witness of God. In the temple, there is a river of pure water proceeding out from under the three thrones. In the middle of the river is a street and on both sides of the   river bank, there are twelve trees which bear twelve different types of fruits and they yield their fruit every month. This entire temple has been built according to the plan and  direction given by God.


Thousands of people from various parts of the world come to NEW HEAVEN / ABHAYA DHAM / NARAYANA GRIH / NEWJERUSALEM for getting the Lord’s blessings.  Many miracles such as spontaneous healings and other events have taken place here and are too numerous to recount here. It is Lord Kalki himself who performs these miracles for all those people who are sincere and devoted to the Lord. Lord Kalki is present in this temple in the form of Light / Jyoti. The main gate in the East direction opens on Saturday, on the occasions of the festivals of Lord Kalki and for public meetings days…


What the thing God accepted not good in His creation?


In His creation God made every things and saw it were good. In the last He made man and He (God) realized it was good. But it is a matter of surprise to hear God say that something is not good in His creation. God knows it is not good for the man to be alone and before the man asks for help, God plans to make a suitable helper who corresponds to the man and yet is unique. The man realizes his need after naming the animals and realizing that there is none who corresponds to him in the image of God who can help him in fulfilling the responsibilities and commands God has given him. God makes the woman from the man’s side so that together they will form one flesh and have an intimate relationship that takes precedence over the parent-child relationship. The man and his wife enjoyed perfect, sinless intimacy with no shame or fear.

Celebrate Guru Purnima



Guru Purnima is national wide festival which is dedicated towards the Guru in this world. Guru word is used for the teacher who teaches anything to a learner. If we relate it to the ancient time, is actually worshipping the Guru Vyasa who wrote the Four Vedas. But in today time, it is all about worshipping your teacher and showing gratitude towards them for their impeccable hard work for teaching you.

Guru Purnima 2016 Date: When is Guru Purnima?

Guru Purnima is celebrated for one month.

Purnima word is used because on this day, there is a full moon.

In 2016, Guru Purnima will be celebrated on 19th July.

Aadi Shri Arun will celebrate Guru Purnima on 21st July 2016.
History of Guru Purnima

It is said that, the Guru Vyasa wrote all the 4 Vedas that were recited by the Lord Brahma and every person in this world is in debt for the work, that saint Vyasa did. He also wrote several Purans. And from those times, a day was dedicated towards the Gurus and this day is called as “Guru Purnima”.

It has a deep significance in the past and in today’s world also. As this day is dedicated towards the Gurus, people irrespective of caste etc offer their prayers to their gurus thanking them for the knowledge they have provided to the learner.

A question from you


876In this age of Kaliyuga, where Lord Narayan’s name is known as Lord Kalki, then why do you take the name of other deities? This is like digging a well for finding holy water when the river Ganges flows nearby. Why do you milk a goat when you are entitled to the divine milk of the Kamdhenu cow?

Calculation of End of Kali Yuga



Calculation of End of Kali Yuga:

I will give the calculations of theYugas and the end of Kaliyuga below.

According to our ancient scriptures, Brahma, the creator, creates and destroys the universe cyclically. The life of Brahma is 120 divine years called Mahakalpa. Everyday he creates 14 Manus one by one and they create and control the world. So there are fourteen Manus in one divine day called Kalpa of Brahma. The life of each Manu is called Manvantara and it has 71 eras of four quarters. Each quarter is has four Yugas – Krita or Satya, Treta, Dvapara and Kali. The following are the complete calculations of Vedic units of time and periods.

The Vedic Units of Time – Macro level
SATYUG 4,32,000 YEARS X 4 = 17,28,000 YEARS
TRETA 4,32,000 YEARS X 3 = 12,96,000 YEARS
DWAPAR 4,32,000 YEARS X 2 = 8,64,000 YEARS
KALIYUG 4,32,000 YEARS X 1 = 4,32,000 YEARS
71 MAHAYUG = 43,20,000X71 = 1 MANVANTAR
1 MANVANTAR = 30,6720,000 YEARS
14 MANVANTAR = 4,294,080,000 YEARS
(There are 14 Manvantars)
The earth remains submerged in the water for the period of 8,64,000 years i.e. half the number of Satyug, before the start of each Manvantar, it also remains submerged in the water for the same number of years, i.e. 8,64,000 years, after the completion of each Manvantar.

So in 14 Manvantars the number of years

17,28,000 x 15 = 2,59,20,000

(Number of year in Satyug)

+ 14 Manvantar = 42,9, 40,80,000

1 Kalpa = 4320,000,000 years

One day & night of Brahma = 4,320,000 Mahayug x 100 = 4,320,00,000 years

Since the one moment in the life of Brahma is considered to be of our 100years, therefore the life of Brahma in 100 years will be

4,32,00,00,000 x 360 x 100 = 1,555,200,000,000 years

The Present Age of Cosmos according to the Vedic System is as follows:

There are 14 Manvantaras altogether. The present period is passing through the seventh Manvantara called Vaivaswata Manvantara.

One Manvantara consists of 71 Mahayugs, out of which 27 Mahayugs have already passed. We are passing through the first phase of the Kali Yuga which itself is the third Yuga of the 28th Mahayuga and which has come after the passing of Satya Yuga, Treta and Dwapar Yuga.

The time period of Manvantara (exclusive period, when the earth is submerged in water, in the beginning and in the end) = 306,720,000 years

1) Multiplying these years by 6 = 30,67,20,000 x 6 (Because we are in the midst of 7th Manvantara, of the Svetvaaraah Kalpa and 6 Manvantaras have already passed) = 1,8,0,300,000 years

The time period of Pralaya consists of 17,28,000 years since 7 Pralayas have passed, after the end of 6th Kalpa and before the beginning of 7th Kalpa, so 17,28,000x 7 = 12,096,000 years

Adding we have:

1,840,300,000 + 120 96 000 + 1,852,396,000 years

Therefore, after 1,85,24,16,000 years ‘VAIVASVAT MANVANTARA’ has started.

2) 27 Mahayugs with each Mahayuga consisting of 43,20,000 years. 43,20,000 x 27 = 116,640,000 years have passed

Total = 1,96,90,56,000 years

3) Now the time period of Kali Yuga in the 28th Yuga =

Time period of Satya Yuga = 17,28,000

Time period of Treta = 12,96,000

Time period of Dwapar = 8,64,000

TOTAL = 38,88,000

Since all the above three Yugas have already passed, it means that after 38,88,000 years, Kali Yuga came into existence.

4) Kali Yuga started on Bhadrapada, Krishnapaksha -13th day, in Vyatipaat yoga at midnight, in the Aashlesha Nakshatra and the age of the Kali Yuga has been fixed as 5101 years as till date that is Vikram Samvat 2057 = Shake 1922 = 2000 AD.

The Hindu New Year 2073 or Vikram Nav Varsh Samvant (in year 2016) in the traditional lunar Hindu calendars followed in North India – especially in Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Jharkand, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Delhi and Chhattisgarh is celebrated on Chaitra Shukala Pratipada (March 2016– April 2016).

Shaka Year is 1938 in 2016.

Exact year of beginning of Kali Yug:

The greatest astronomer and mathematician, Aryabhatt, was born in 476 AD. His work in astronomy is an asset to the scholars. He gave an Accurate figure for pi ( ) 3.1416. He finished his work “Aryabhattiya” in 499 AD in which he gave the exact year of the beginning of Kaliyug. He wrote – “when the three yugas (Satyayug, Treta yug and Dwapara yug) have elapsed and 60 multiply by 60 i.e. 3600 years of Kaliyug have already passed, I am now 23 years old.” It means that in the 3,601st year of Kaliyug era he was 23 years old. Aryabhatt was born in 476 AD. Thus, the beginning of Kaliyug comes to 3601 – (476+23) = 3102 BC.

Total years of Kaliyuga has passed: (3102+2016) = 5118 years

Age of the cosmos is estimated : 

Kalpa consist of 4,32,00,00,000 years and out of these 1,97,29,49,101 years have passed. Therefore, the earth’s existence, according to the calculations devised by our ancient sages, comes up to 1,97,29,49,101 years till date. It is interesting to note that according to scientific calculations, the age of the cosmos is estimated between 15 and 20 billion years.