Who is Krishna? Most Hindus know Krishna as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu with all his powers. Some connect him with the eternal Gauloka, while others see him as a super human. Many others regard Krishna as Supreme Brahmn. In the name of Krishna, many different sects and movements have been organized. But, none could explain the secret behind Krishna’s divine sports. The spotless Wisdom of Buddha Nish-kalanka Avatar explains the true spiritual identity of Krishna, and his relationship with Akshar Brahmn and Supreme Lord Aksharateet. It even connects Lord Krishna and Prophet Muhammad of Islam with the common spiritual thread. It is hard to find a faith that can match the capacity of this Wisdom to establish such a clear divine connection.

After all, the ability and the willingness of people to understand this Divine Wisdom in its original form, and their willingness to accept it, depends on our Lord’s Grace. Today, there are many people who claim to own the Divine Wisdom of Buddha Nish-kalanka Avatar. But, even these people are seen fighting, with all their worldly means, to impress, specifically upon the Hindu world, with the name ‘Krishna.’ They promote the idea of Krishna being the one and the only name of the Supreme Lord Aksharateet. In this chapter, we will be able to link our understanding of the previous chapters with the different levels of Krishna Consciousness.

Many present-time Hindu philosophers are seen taking negative stand when it comes to understanding the clarifications about the different levels of Krishna Consciousness. In absence of Tartam Knowledge, they even mislead many people. They preach that any attempt to explain different levels of Krishna Consciousness is like breaking down Krishna into pieces. They regard such attempts as the acts of foolish people, which have no use in the modern context. After understanding the facts presented in this chapter, one with a pure heart may be able to put aside this type of misconceptions. One must remember that keeping our heart open and as pure as possible is essential for the success in the individual soul’s pursuit for Eternal Bliss.

The Cause of All Causes

We discussed earlier in the Chapter, "Akshar Brahmn and Aksharateet Supreme Brahmn" that the Abord of the Supreme Lord is non-dual, or Advaita, and the Divine Sports therein are purely Blissful. Submerged in His Divine Love, Consort Shyama and the Souls could not realize the superiority and greatness of the Lord.

Ruhen beniyaz thi, bich dargaah barey hazar |
Jaaney na aap aras ki, sahebi apaar || (KS, Khu: 17/46)
When the Lord decided to show the supremacy of His power, He inspired Akshar Brahmn, the Truth, or Sat component of the Lord, to express his desire to experience the blissful sports of Param Dham. The Supreme Lord also inspired Consort Shyama & Brahmn Srishti souls simultaneously to express their desire to experience Akshar Brahmn’s divine sports of creation and dissolution of the infinite number of universes. Tab akshar mana upji eah aash, dekhun dhaniji ko prem vilas |
Tab sakhiyon mana upji eah, khel dekhen Akshar ka jeh || (KS, Pra.Hi: 37/18)
Responding to this, the Lord says, "Akshar is the form of my power. Like a child, by his nature, he is always busy in the creation of perishable universes that are false, inanimate, and painful." Shyama Ji and the Souls repeatedly expressed their strong desire to experience Akshar Brahmn’s creation in spite of the Lord’s warning that they will forget their eternal relationship. With reference to this conversation, Pran Nath Ji says : Toh manei karat hai ham, ham ko bhi bhulo ge tum |
Tab ham fer dhani soun kahya, kaha karsi hamko maya ||
                                                                (KS, Pra.Hi: 37/ 21)
Finally, the Lord agreed to satisfy the soul’s demand. The Lord said, "O my dear souls! I will not move you away from my lotus feet. All of you will be experiencing a unique feeling, similar to a dream. I will always be with you, but I guarantee that you will forget me. Let me show you what you want to see." This is the reason why the Brahmn Srishti Souls descended in this material world. This is why the perfect Souls descended to this imperfect material world.

Que: How can such a desire arise amidst the non-duality in the Supreme Heaven? True, this must not happen in Param Dham.

The virtue of oneness (advaita) in Param Dham is centered around the Lord Shri Raj Ji. The blessings of His sight, or Najar, is the food for the Brahmn Srishti souls and Akshar Brahmn. The continuity of the Lord’s Love (Ishak) is always maintained through the blessings of His sight. To show the power of His Love and His supremacy, the Lord removed His eyesight from the Souls. At this time, the Souls could see Akshar Brahmn for the first time and Akshar Brahmn could also see the Souls for the first time. As a results, Akshar Brahmn also expressed his desire to experience the Blissful Sports of his Lord. This is why the Souls and Akshar Brahmn asked for two different things.

Que: Why couldn’t the Lord show the power of His Divine Love, or Ishak, in Param Dham?

The answer to this question is very simple. The Lord commanded Akshar Brahmn to create the universe of Kaalmaya for two reasons. First, to satisfy the desire of the Souls and Akshar Brahmn, and second, to decide whose Ishak or Love is greater—the Soul’s or the Lord’s. The Lord had to do so, because of the prevalence of Oneness in Param Dham and also in Akshar Brahmn’s Yogmaya. The decision regarding superior or inferior cannot be made in Param Dham. Such an experience can be possible only in the domain where there is a sense of separation--a sense of ‘you-and-me,’ or ‘Dvaita’ (as the scriptures call it).
 

The Supreme Lord and His Souls (Brahmn Srishti) Descends in Brij and Gokul in the First Universe of Kaalmaya

Now, as we discussed above, to satisfy the desire of Souls, the Lord prepares the stage by instructing Akshar Brahmn. The universe was created for a very special Cause. Many years passed by. The time arrived for the descent of the Lord and His Souls in this world. The four-armed form of Lord Vishnu appeared before Vasudev and Devki in the jail of Kansa and reminded them of the facts about his past commitment to them. Then he informed them that he will soon take birth as their son. After that, Lord Vishnu took birth in Mathura, at midnight, in the jail of Kansa, as previously promised to Vasudev and Devki. At the time of birth, the constellation Rohini appeared (with Vrikh Raasi). Accordingly, the gods and goddesses showered flowers from heaven on this occasion and very properly greeted Lord Vishnu with these words:

                            "Om namo bhagvatey vaasudevaay."

According to Hindu culture, anyone born during the aforementioned time period, is named either with the first letter ‘O’ or ‘Va.’

After that, as previously instructed by Lord Vishnu, Vasudev carried the newborn child to Gokul at Nand-Yashoda's house. In the morning, descended upon him, the soul of Akshar Brahmn and the Lord’s exalted power, or Aavesh.

Mool surat akshar ki jeh, Jin chahya dekhun prem sneha |
So surat dhani ko ley aavesh, Nand ghar kiyo pravesh ||
                                                                (KS, Pra.Hi: 37/29).
In other words, Akshar Brahmn’s soul, who had demanded to experience the blissful sports of Param Dham, entered the house of Nand-Yashoda in Gokul with the divine power, or Josh, of Supreme Lord impregnated within.

The Souls of Param Dham, including Consort Shyama, descended in the person of Gopies, or the milkmaids, in Brij and Gokul. When the Soul of Shyama Ji descended upon the twelve-year old daughter of Vrikhbhan Ji, Shyama Ji got the name Radha. Like wise, all other Souls got the names of the milkmaids. As soon as the Souls descended in Brij and Gokul, they became impatient to meet their Lord, from whom they had just separated. Expressing these feelings of the souls, the holy Kuljam Swaroop says:
 

Gargacharya (Gargmuni), the priest of the Yadu dynasty and the great astrologer, named the child as Krishna. By the time the child was brought to Nand-Yashoda’s house, the constellation of Rohini was changed to Mrigshir and Vrikh Raasi was changed to Mithun. Everyone learned about the child’s birth in the constellation of Mrigshir and in Mithun Raasi. According to Hindu culture, anyone born during the above said period, is named with the first letter ‘Ka.’ This way, the Lord got the name Krishna in the sports of Brij and Raas. Today, the Hindu world celebrates the birthday of Lord Krishna as ‘Janam-Astmi.’ But, they do not understand this secret in absence of the Tartam knowledge.

Supreme Lord Shows the Delusive Maya to the Souls in Brij

Brij Lila continued for 11 years without any separation or pain. As time passed, the Souls (Gopies) began experiencing a greater effect of maya. They could not devote as much time to play with Krishna anymore. Taking this opportunity, Krishna decided to show them the pain of separation. Lost in the illusion of maya, the Gopies even spoke inappropriate words to Krishna. They did not talk with, or see each other for 52 days. This way, the souls experienced a glimpse of pain.

Lord Supreme Ascends in the Cosmos of Yogmaya for the Sports of Maha Raas
 

 

When the pain of separation in Brij reached a climax, the Lord left this mundane world and went into the divine plane of Yogmaya.

Eah baat dhani chit saun lyaye, Aadhi nind dai udai |
Agyare varas aur bavan din, ta pichhey pohunche Brindavan ||
                                                                         (KS, Pra.Hi: 37/34).
Eah swaroop ne eah Vrindavan, eah Jamuna trat saar |
Ghar thi teet, Brahmand thi algo, teh Tartamey kidho nirdhar ||
                                                                           (KS, Raas: 10/36)
He (in the person of Krishna) played His divine flute to call His souls. The world underwent dissolution. The souls ascended to the divine plane of Keval Brahmn and prepared for the Raas Lila in Nitya Brindavan. A seeker soul may enjoy all the sports of Raas, which are vividly described in the Holy Kuljam Swaroop in the book of ‘Raas.’ The seeker soul should understand the distinction among the four categories of Raas discussed later, in this chapter.

Supreme Lord Withdraws His Powers from the Sports of Maha Raas. The’s Demand Continued.

Submerged in the joy of Raas, both the souls and the Akshar Brahmn forgot their originality. To make Akshar Brahmn aware of the fact that He was enjoying Param Dham's sports of bliss, the Supreme Lord withdrew His power (or aavesh) from the person of Krishna.

Pher mool sarupen dekhya tit, eah dou magan hueh khelat |
Jab josh liya kheinch kar, tab chit chaunk bhayee akshar ||
                                                                        (KS, Pra.Hi: 37/41)
This caused Akshar Brahmn to wake up in His original form and the Souls to wake up in their Supreme Meeting Place, called Mool Milava. Upon waking up in their Original Abode, the Souls claimed that they still had not experienced the Akshar Brahmn's maya to their full satisfaction in Brij and Raas.

                       Vraj raas lila dou mahen, dukh taamasiyon dekhya nahen |                                                                             (KS, Pra.Hi: 37/50)

When the Soul’s demand continued, Shri Raj Ji said these last words: "Alasto-Be-Rub-Kum." In other words, "Oh my dear souls, please don’t ever forget that I am your one and only one Lord. Always remember this in the spectacle of maya."

Responding to these words of our Lord, the souls reassured Him with one voice, "valey," which means "For sure, O our Lord! We will never ever forget our eternal relationship with you." After this, the Lord commanded Akshar Brahmn to initiate the present universe of Kalmaya.

The Present Universe of Kalmaya is Initiated

The Supreme Lord commanded Akshar Brahmn to resume the spectacle from the point where it was left. This second universe of Kalmaya is totally created with Akshar Brahmn’s soul power.

Kaalmaya ko eah jo ind, upjyo aur janey soi brahmand |
Eah tisra ind naya bhaya jo aab, akshar ki surat ka sab ||
                                                                     (KS, Pra.Hi: 37/50)
When the Ved Rucha Gopies, in the domain of Avyakrit Brahmn, saw the Pratibimb Raas Lila (reflection of the Maha Raas), they demanded to experience and play similar sports of Raas from their Gauloki Lord. The Gauloki Lord agreed to satisfy their request and told them that when he will go to Mrityu Loka (this world), he will be able to replay the similar sports of Raas. Accordingly, to fulfill the desire of the Ved Rucha Gopies, the Gauloki power descended in the person of Krishna. Then, Krishna duplicated the Raas Lila, as promised, for seven days. Din agyare gvalo bhesh, tin par nahin dhani ko aavesh |
Saat din gokul mein rahe, char din mathura ke kahe ||
                                                    (KS, Pra.Hi: 37/58)
From Gokul, Krishna went to Mathura to free Vasudev and Devki, promising Radha, the Gopies, and Nand Baba of his return. However, he did not do so. Upon freeing Vasudev and Devki, he went to the river Yamuna for a bath and wore a new kingly dress. Then he sent his original dress of Brij and Gokul to Radha through Vasudev as a token of his memory. At this point, the power of Gaulok returned to its original abode in Yogmaya. As a result, in the person of Krishna, there remained only the power of the Vaikunth Nath Lord Vishnu. This becomes clear from the incident when Jarasandha attacked Krishna while he was on his way to Dwarika. Krishna (Lord Vishnu) had to summon back all his powers (with Sankha, chakra, gada and padma) from Vaikunth to defeat Jarasandh. After this, Vishnu-Krishna settled in the City of Dwarika. Aaye Jarasandh Mathura gheri sahi, tab Shri Krishnaji ko ati chinta bhayee |
Yon yaad karte aaya vichar, tab Krishna Vishnu mai bhaye nirdhaar ||
                                                                                                  (KS, Pra.Hi: 37/61).
Krishna (Vishnu) kidnaps Rukmani, the incarnation of Laxmi Ji, and married her due to their original relationship. The same Vishnu-Krishna, the main character of the Mahabharata, preached the Holy Gita to Arjuna.

The World is Unaware of the Three Distinct Divine Powers That Worked Within Krishna

From the above discussion based on the Holy Kuljam Swaroop and other scriptures such as Samhitas, we can understand the three different spiritual/divine powers that worked with the name 'Krishna', on four different occasions. In absence of the Tartam knowledge, the connection of Lord Vishnu and Lord Krishna remained obscured to the world. Many present-day Gurus and religious preachers, claiming to have complete understanding about Krishna Tatwa, have failed to explain this. Many others are just fearful to accept the newly revealed truth, which is enlightened by Buddha Nish-kalanka Avatar. Only the fortunate souls get to know this distinction through Lord Pran Nath’s Divine Grace. These are:
 

At this stage, it would be appropriate for a seeker to understand the topic of ‘Incarnations’ (Avatars) in detail. After studying the following discussion on Avatar, the seeker will be better able to understand the three distinct powers that worked through Lord Krishna.

Avatars

ccording to Shrimad Bhagvad Gita, the term Avatar means God’s coming down to earth in any lifeform (Incarnation) to protect good, to annihilate the wicked, and to reestablish righteousness–‘Dharma.’ Hindus generally connect the term ‘Avatar’ with Lord Vishnu. Out of the total of 24 Avatars, scriptures are only clear about 21 Avatars. There are a number of speculations regarding the remaining Avatars.

It is important for a seeker soul to clearly understand about the twenty-one Avatars. And, even more important is to understand the secret of the 22nd, 23rd and the 24th Avatar. There is a reason for special emphasis on these three Avatars. The three different powers from different spiritual worlds worked among these three Avatars. And, the world remained completely ignorant about it in absence of the Tartam Knowledge. Let’s try to understand this.

Among the most commonly known seven Avatars of Lord Vishnu are: Matsya (fish), Kurma (tortoise), Varaha (boar), Narasimha (man-lion), Vamana (dwarf), Parasuram (warrior with an axe) and Lord Rama (who came in Treta Yug).

The other fourteen Avatars of Lord Vishnu are : Sanakadik, Sage Narada (exponent of Bhakti and Tantras), Saints Nara and Narayana, Sage Kapil (the founder of Samkhya system), Dattatreya, Yajna, Rishabhdev (the founder of Jainism), King Prithu, Dhanvantari (the founder of Ayurveda), Bal Ram (as Lord Krishna’s brother), Sage Veda Vyasa (the author of Maha Bharata and Srimad Bhagvatam Puran), Hari and Mohini or Hansa (the enchantress who deprived the demons of the divine elixir), and Hayagriva (the horse-headed who rescued the Vedas from the demons).

Speculations Regarding the Buddha and Kalki Avatars:

Scriptures have identified Rama’s Avatar with 12 Kala of Lord Vishnu, and Lord Krishna’s Avatar with all the 16 kala of Lord Vishnu. Lord’s Krishna’s Avatar is regarded as 22nd and Buddha (Gautama) is speculated to be the 23rd. Scriptures identify the last 24th Avatar as the ‘Kalki’ Avatar that will come at the end of this Kaliyug. And, in ignorance, the world is still eagerly waiting for this coming.

No doubt, scriptures have named the last three Avatars as Krishna, Buddha and Kalki; however, they are not very clearly defined. For example, the interpreters of Srimad Bhagvatam literally try to identify Gautama Buddha as the ‘Buddha Avatar.’ But, this is not convincing because even Suk Vyas Ji, the author of Bhagvatam, was not even sure about the Buddha Avatar. How can then he be clear about the Kalki Avatar? How can the interpreters of Srimad Bhagvatam be so sure about the Buddha and Kalki Avatar, when Suk Vyas Ji was not so sure about it? Pran Nath Ji points this fact very clearly in the Holy Kuljam Swaroop.
 

Again, the wisdom offered by Gautama Buddha did not meet the qualification of ‘Para Vidya’ or ‘Jagrit Buddhi’ as discussed earlier. It could not unify all the world wisdoms like Nijanand Swami did.

In Bhagvatam, it says, "After that Lord Vishnu himself will appear in the form of Buddha. Through his logical arguments, he will take in his grip, all those unauthorized people engaged in performing ‘Yajna.’ And, in the end period of the Kaliyug, he will re-appear as the Kalki Avatar. At this time, he will kill all the ‘Shudra’ kings." This discussion regarding the Buddha and the Kalki Avatar is not definitive. It sends mixed signals requiring the interpreters to use their own judgement.

 The Holy Kuljam Reveals the Ultimate Secret of All Avatars

The world failed to understand the secret of the 22nd, 23rd and the 24th Avatar without the wisdom of Para Shakti. Now that all the scriptural facts are put together by the Buddha Nish-kalanka Avatar himself, we are able to explain it here.

Accordingly, the four-armed form of Lord Vishnu who appeared before Vasudev and Devki in the jail of Kansa, and reminded them the facts about His past commitment, should be considered as the 22nd Avatar.

The sports of Gauloki power should not be counted as the sports of Lord Vishnu: After the appearance of Lord Vishnu in Kansa’s jail, Vasudev carried Krishna to Nand Baba=s house in Gokul. Pran Nath Ji says, "At this time, Krishna was not just Lord Vishnu, but was charged with the Gauloki powers, as can be confirmed from Shrimad Bhagvatam."

                    Vasudev Gokul ley chale, taaye na kahiye Avatar || ........(KS, Pragat)

Avatars’ can be counted only of Lord Vishnu, not of any other powers from the higher spiritual domains. Consider an example of Mr. X who becomes the Prime Minister of a country. In the next election, he loses, and another Prime Minister takes charge of the office. Mr.X is still known by his original name, ‘Mr.X,’ but he is now without the powers of a Prime Minister. Krishna also experienced similar transfers of spiritual powers from time-to-time, and this is one of them. Therefore, Krishna with Gauloki powers is not regarded as ‘Avatar.’

Lord Krishna with Gauloki powers played the sports in Gokul and Mathura for eleven days. During the first seven days, he played in Gokul. During the last four days in Mathura, Krishna established peace by destroying all evil powers. Now he leaves the City of Mathura and goes to the River Yamuna. At this time, a transfer of spiritual powers takes place. As a result, his following sports will be considered as the sports of the 23rd Avatar.

The 23rd Avatar: As soon as he took bath in the River Yamuna, and wore the kingly dress, the sports of Lord Vishnu’s 23rd Avatar began. Now, the powers of the divine Gaulok returned to the eternal Gaulok in Akshar Brahmn’s Yogmaya. Only the powers of Lord Vishnu in the person of Krishna prevailed at this time. Clarifying this Pran Nath Ji says:

Jab raaj baghe ko kiyo singaar, tab bal parakram na rahyo lagaar |
Aye jarasandh mathura gheri sahi, tab sri krishnaji ko ati chinta bhayi |

Yon yaad karte aaya vichhar, tab krishna vishnu mai bhaye nirdhar ||
                                                                                                   (KS, Pra.Hi: 54-55)

This is the 23rd Avatar of Lord Vishnu who won a war against Jarasindh by calling in his charriot and four weapons from Vaikuntha, killed Shishupaal, preached Shrimad Bhagvad Gita to Arjuna, and ruled over the City of Dwarika for 112 years. It should be noted here that though the name of the body remained ‘Krishna,’ the actual power involved in different sports was never the same.

Regarding the 24th Avatar: According to Kuljam Swaroop, the descent of the Supreme Lord’s spotless wisdom meets all the qualifications of the work to be done by the last Kalki Avatar. Therefore, there is no need for any more Avatars of Lord Vishnu. What’s the need for Lord Vishnu to come again (specifically, in this creation) when the Supreme Lord Himself has come as Buddha Nish-kalanka Avatar? What good is the light of innumerable Avatars who are like fireflies? The sun-like Buddha Nish-kalanka has already arisen now with unlimited light.

                      Avatar ya budh ke pichhey, aab dusra kyon hoi |
                   Vikar kadhey vishva key, ab kiye Avatar se hoi ||

                    Avatar se uttam hueh, tahan Avatar ka kya kam |
                    Tit agiye Avatar mein, kya rahya ujas ||

Samajiyo tum ya vidh, Avatar na hoi ann || (KS, Kal.Hi: 37-40) Of course, He cannot be regarded as Avatar; however, we have to count His supreme divine work as that what was supposed to be done by the 24th Avatar. Confirming this, the Kuljam Swaroop says this: Sakshat swaroop Sri Indrawati, tartam ko Avatar | (KS, Kalas: 23/56) Here, the soul of Indrawati (who was later known as Pran Nath Ji), has been regarded as the incarnation of Tartam, the Holy Spirit, in person. Here, Tartam, denoting the Supreme Spiritual Light and Luster, is the Supreme Lord’s incarnation in the form of divine words called Kuljam Swaroop. One should understand the distinction between Dev Chandra Ji, who is regarded as Buddha Avatar, and Mahamati, who is regarded as Buddha Nish-kalanka Avatar. More discussion on this topic will appear later in the book.

In this chapter we learned about the cause of all causes, the secret sports of Lord Krishna, and clarification regarding Avatars. To understand the Soul’s further journey clearly, we must first learn the secret of Raas Lila. By understanding this secret, one can visualize the connection between Param Dham, Raas Lila, and the present world. This is what we will discuss now.

The Secret of Raas Lila:  The BlissfulDivine Sports
 
What is the meaning of Raas? Is there more than one category of Raas? How are they related? Raas means the blissful divine sports of the Lord with His souls. Krishna, Radha, and Gopies are the three main characters of Raas Lila. As we discussed earlier, ‘Ishak Rabad’ (the Talk of Divine Love between Supreme Lord and His souls) is the root cause of the original sports of Maha Raas. One can learn about three other hierarchial categories of Raas Lila, all of which are direct or an indirect outcome of the Maha Raas Lila. They all are like mirror images of one original. The only difference is that the players in each of them represent different hierarchial spiritual origins. It’s important for a seeker soul to have this concept clear in order for her to rise to the highest spiritual world, the Param Dham, in the state of supreme bliss - Nijanand.

Many great devotees of Lord Krishna, and the three godheads - Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh sought to experience these blissful divine sports in the universe of Yogmaya. No scripture of the world, other than Shrimad Bhagvatam, has been able to explain a small drop of the Raas Lila. The Raas Lila described in Shrimad Bhagvatam is called Vyavhariki Raas, which was played between Gauloki Lord and Ved Ruchas.

The four categories of Raas

The four categories of Raas are explained as follows:

This way, Akshar Brahmn’s three inner senses--mind (manas), faculties of cognition (chit), and intellect (buddhi)--are all experiencing the blissful sports of Maha Raas. How is the Raas Lila linked to the present world?

In the present universe in which we live today, the Gauloki Lord played the role of Krishna and Ved Ruchas played the role of Gopies. This way, the Vyavhariki Raas Lila was accomplished in the Brindavan (near Delhi, India) of this world. It should be noted here that as opposed to the previous Rass Lilas, this Vyavahariki Raas Lila is finished and is not eternal.

It may be recalled here that when the Supreme Lord Shri Raj Ji, Shyama Ji, and Souls left Brij for the Maha Raas Lila in Yogmaya, the universe underwent dissolution (Pralaya). This present universe is the new and the exact copy of the previous one, and has been put into continuation from where it was ended. After this Vyavhariki Raas Lila, Krishna left Gokul Brindavan for Mathura. As a result, Ved Ruchas experienced a great pain in separation. Uddhav, a devotee of Krishna, tried to preach his wisdom to these Ved Ruchas, which they rejected upfront. Because, they knew that the Gauloki Lord had already departed from the person of Krishna. This Gauloki power had left for its original abode, Gaulok. They knew that only the powers of Lord Vishnu had remained in the person of Krishna.

Again, one should take a note here that the Raas Lila, which Shrimad Bhagvatam talks about, is the Vyavahariki Raas played between Gauloki Lord and Ved Ruchas. This complete secret of the Supreme Lord’s Raas Lila could not have been understood without Aksharateet Supreme Lord’s divine grace.

Today, more than five thousand years have passed since the Vyavahariki Raas Lila. After that, many great seers and prophets descended on this earth. They brought different messages through their respective scriptures to awaken the Brahmn Srishti Souls. Among non-Hindus, prophets such as Moses, David, Isha and Muhammad came. Scriptures such as Torah, Bible and Koran descended through them. Later, Saint Kabir and Guru Nanak Dev came in India with a great deal of wisdom. This way, the worldly stage was fully prepared with all possible testimonies to awaken the Brahmn Srishti Souls.

In the next chapter, we will talk about the descent of the Souls, Shyama Ji and the Supreme Lord in this particular universe of Kaalmaya. Now our discussion will focus slightly more on the historcal aspect of Nijanand Sampradaya. With the historical reinforcement, we will then focus again on the philosophical aspect of the Divine Wisdom.