उत्तम अवतार Uttam Avatar
Bhagwan is One. |
But he has many different names. ||
Manavjata can only understand Bhagwan through his uttam avatar. People of every dharma and sanskruti know this, so the many jati and jamaat of our duniya have different names for the final and complete avatar of Bhagwan as they understand him.
He is known to some as Jesus Christ. Others say Yesu Masih, or Prabhu Yesu. Some jamaats call him Isa. In our sampraday, we call him Muktidata Abhishikta.
Each of these names mean the exact same thing and refer to the uttam avatar of Bhagwan. In our prarthna or pooja, we can say any of these names to Bhagwan and ask him to give us the anubhav of his kripa and satya .
If you roll over or touch (on a smartphone/tablet) one of the Hindi words above, the English will appear.
मार्ग Marg – The Path
Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta has taught us
मार्ग marg – the way
…the way has five parts, all centered in Guruji
Guruji himself is the Way
संबंध – Sambandh (relationship)
Guruji will lead his shishya into true sambandh with every jati and jamaat in our duniya. He can also lead us into true sambandh with Bhagwan.
अनुभव – Anubhav (experience)
The shishya of Guruji experience the shanti of Guruji in their own Atma and will learn to discover the light of Guruji that still shines within this dark Yuga.
बलिदान – Balidan (sacrifice)
Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta was eager for people from every dharma and sanskriti to have the anubhav of mukti. Guruji gave his life as a balidan to liberate us from the apmaan of our adharma in this Yuga.
Guruji explained that the anubhav of mukti is like planting a beej in the ground. Guruji said, “If a beej dies, it brings fruit, but if it doesn’t die, it will not bring fruit. If I take samadhi, you will get the fruit of mukti.” Guruji called this balidan ka marga.
भक्ति – Bhakti (devotion)
Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta often taught his shishya mandal about true Bhaktibhav. His hari bhakta later wrote this sloka:
Bhakti without seva is useless. |
A heart of aradhna and a life of seva is true bhaktibhav. ||
– The Holy Bible
शरण – Sharan (surrender, refuge)
When Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta was preparing to leave this world, he gave an important final bodh to his bhaktas.
Remain in me, and I will remain in you. |
If you remain in me, you will be like a fruitful plant. ||
If you do not remain in me, you will not have any fruit. |
Those who have no fruit are not my bhaktas. ||
शिक्षण Shikshun – Teaching
Nirmataji the Creator
When Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta, our Prabhu Yesu, created the entire srishti through the shakti of his shabda, the Satya Yuga began. This is why he is called Nirmataji by his bhaktas. During the Satya Yuga, the people of every prajaa lived in parisambandh with Bhagwan. This perfect relationship has 3 gunas. These are Shraddhaa, Aasha and Prem. The anubhav of these gunas within the jeev-atma of manavjat created a perfect society of trust, hope and love. Manavjat is now lost in the Kali Yuga, so we need Guruji to come down and rescue us.
Parirakshakji the Preserver
Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta, our Prabhu Yesu, protects and preserves the srishti during this Kali Yuga because he is the uttam avatar of Bhagwan. He is also called Parirakshak by his bhaktas. Guruji took samadhi as a balidan offered to Bhagwan due to the paap of this Kali Yuga, and then his jeev-atma returned in the same Pratiroop because his balidan is more powerful than our karma. His bhaktas again have parisambandh with Bhagwan because they have been granted mafi of the paap of this yuga.
Nashakji the Destroyer
Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta, our Prabhu Yesu, is also called Nashak by his bhaktas. Guruji explained to his hari bhakta Matthew how he will destroy the adharmik srishti at the end of this Yuga. Matthew then wrote in The Holy Bible what Guruji said:
“If anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is Guruji’ or, ‘There he is!’ do not believe it. |
For false masihas, yogis and fakirs will be able to do amazing things and try to deceive the true bhaktas of Guruji. ||
So if anyone tells you Guruji is doing tapasya in the jungle, pooja in the mandir or prarthna in the masjid, gurudwara or church, do not believe it. |
For as lightning that comes from the east is visible even in the west, so will be the coming of the return of Nashak, Guruji Muktidatta Abhishikta, our Prabhu Yesu, to this srishti.” ||
Guruji was born in the ancient janmastan of his family, a small gaam called Daoudnagar.
In the sastras which the hari bhaktas of Guruji wrote after he took samadhi, it was revealed that he had taken a janma which would make it possible for people of any jati, samaj and dharma to take darshan and receive ashirwad from Guruji.
First of all, the noble desi people from Doudnagar took his darshan. Two years later, Aryan jyotishis who studied the tara and graha in a mutt discovered a tara that indicated the janma of a great Maharaja. They followed the tara on a yatra which lasted two years until they found the place where Guruji was living with his parents.
They took darshan and presented gold and many other gifts to Guruji and his parents. The shishya of Guruji experience the shanti of Guruji in their own Atma and will learn to discover the light of Guruji that still shines within this dark Yuga.
The Shabda of Sri Muktidatta spoke the created order into existence millions of years ago,
the Raj-seva of Sri Muktidatta preserves the created order day by day and
the Shakti of Sri Muktidatta will completely transform the created order in the future.