Paramhans Satyarthi Mission

Paramhans Satyarthi Mission was founded by Shri Rajyogacharya Paramhans Swami Ramanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj with an aim to provide one institution to the world which is above all caste creed , racial and financial differences. The institution teaches Humanity as one religion above all other religions. The aim is to create a better society by teaching good qualities to people. Symbol of the mission is Hans(swan)on the lotus flower. Resembling to the quality of lotus flower, it remains in the mud but is still above it and untouched by the evils of the world.) PSM believes in the principle of Vasudev-Kutumbkam ( God’s One World). It believes all the human beings are equal in the eyes of god. All are his children and good people. It is leaded and governed by Swami Keshwanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj. His Primary teachings have been Bhakti, Sewa, Prem and RajYog.

The genesis of Paramhans Satyarthi Mission ("PSM") is as old as “Satya" itself. Satya is nothing but “God", who is eternal and constant (unchanging) in this perishable and ever-changing world.  The fundamental belief “Realization of Satya is Self-Realization" is the founding principle of the mission. Born on 30th November 1987, Our Gurudev, Paramhans Swami Ramanand Satyarthi ji Maharaj, a true yogi and ascetic, devoted his life for the cause of "Satya". Under the guidance of Shri. Nangli Niwasi Bhagwan ji (Shri Shri 1008 Swami Swarupanand ji Maharaj), he attained supreme Self-Realization and vowed to publicize the knowledge of " Satya" for the welfare of humankind. Accordingly, he renounced the world in 1964 and established " Raj Yoga" Mandir in Gandhi Nagar and guided numerous devotees in their search for " Satya".  In 1985, after anointment of Swami Keshwanand ji Maharaj as the next guru of the mission, the objectives of PSM were further broadened, consolidated and reinforced. The aim of PSM is to facilitate Self Realization by imparting practical knowledge of Rajyoga. PSM also stands for Purity, Service and Meditation which enumerates a simple mantra for Self Realization. The mission does not discriminate on the basis of caste, creed, racial, religious and financial differences for creation of better society and believes in the principle of Vasudev-Kutumbkam (The World is one family), meaning that all the human beings are equal in the eyes of God. The symbol of PSM is ‘Aatmhans’ which is sitting on lotus flower surrounded by water. As the lotus leaf is not affected by water even though it grows in water, the same way Satyarthi( one who seeks to realize Satya) is like Aatamhans who, while living his worldly life,  remains unattached to the worldly affairs and always remains focused on its ultimate aim of realizing Paramsatya.

|| श्री परमहंस दयाल जी महाराज की जय ||
|| श्री नंगली निवासी भगवान की जय ||
|| श्री परमहंस सत्यार्थी जी महाराज की जय ||
|| श्री स्वामी केशवानन्द सत्यार्थी जी महाराज की जय ||


Our Guru Maharaj Ji

Shri Swami Advaitanand Ji Maharaj (1846-1919) the "First Spiritual Master" of the Advait Mat, initiated Shri 1008 Paramhans Swami Swarupanand Ji Maharaj (also known as Shri Nangli Nivasi Bhagwan Ji) in the early 1900s. Swami Swarupanand Ji Maharaj is considered a super-eminent spiritual master in India. Thousands of people visit Shri Nangli Sahib where resides the Samadhi temple of Shri Swami Swarupanand Ji Maharaj. He had initiated more than a thousand Mahatmas and Baijis as disciples. In 1930, Shri Swami Swarupanand Maharaj Ji permitted Shri Swami Ramanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj to give Updesh to devotees acknowledging his spiritual state. Accordingly, Shri Swami Ramanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj started preaching in Saalam Ashram in West Punjab (now in Pakistan). Shri Paramhans Swami Ramanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj laid the foundation of Raj Yog Mandir in Delhi on the day of Kartik Poornima in 1964. He also founded the spiritual institution Paramhans Satyarthi Mission. On 2 July 1985 (the day of Vyas Pooja), Shri Swami Ramanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj declared Shri Khairati Lal Bhardwaj as his spiritual successor and the patron saint of Paramhans Satyarthi Mission and named him as Shri Swami Keshwanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj. Shri Swami Keshwanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj and his wife (Sant Maa Divyanand Satyarthi Ji) took sanyaas and vowed to publicize the supreme knowledge of Paramhans tradition on 8 January 1995 at Shri Satyarthi Samadhi Mandir, Shri Nangli Sahib, Meerut. Swami Keshwanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj founded various Satyarthi Dhams (Ashrams) at New Delhi, Haridwar, Lucknow, Chhatarpur, etc. Swami Keshwanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj organised Gyan-Yagyas at different places and camps for spiritual and moral understanding every year at Rajyog Mandir, New Delhi.


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Primary Teachings

The primary teachings of Shri Swami Keshwanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj are Bhakti, Sewa (Service), Prem (love) and Rāja yoga (meditation). The spiritual institution (Paramhans Satyarthi Mission) led by Shri Swami Keshwanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj believes in the principle of Vasudev Kutumbkam. The symbol of the mission is Hans or the swan bird on the lotus flower. "Satya" (truth) is the methodology of the mission. Shri Swami Keshwanand Satyarthi Ji Maharaj preached the concept and relevance of Advaita Vedanta, self-realization (Aatm Gyan) and the practices of Dhyana and meditation. Advait refers to the idea that the soul (Atman) is the same as the highest metaphysical reality (Brahman). Advaita Vedanta emphasizes the idea that moksha is achievable in this life in contrast to Indian philosophies that emphasize moksha after death. Advaita Vedanta is one of the most studied and most influential schools of classical Indian thought. Advaita philosophy is non-dualistic



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