This video contains the comparative prospects of Shankaracharyas and Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj based on spiritual texts. Shankaracharyas firmly believe in "Brahmavaham," which means that the individual self is Brahm, as mentioned in their own books. However, in the same book, they later say that worshiping Lord Shiva is necessary. Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj refutes this and questions how the individual self can be Brahm if worshiping Lord Shiva is necessary, leading everyone to rethink whom to worship.
Secret of Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh revealed from the Holy Scriptures
As per Hindu mythology, the concept of the Holy Trinity is mentioned in our scriptures. However, none other than Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj revealed the hidden reality about the Trinity of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva and the Goddess Durga as how they are related, Who are they, What is their relationship, How one can know about the eternal place which is free from worries?
Brahma, Vishnu Mahesh are in the cycle of birth and death
In this video Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj explains Devi Bhagavata Mahapuran, which is dedicated to the glory of the Goddess. In the Third Skand of this scripture, it is proved that the mother who gave birth to Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva is none other than Durga who is also known as Ashtangi. These three Gods are mortal and subject to the cycle of birth and death.
The father of the Trinity and the husband of Durga is Kaal. He is also known as Brahm, Sadashiva, or Kshar Purush. He is the speaker of the Gita, who entered into the body of Krishna and forced Arjuna to fight. He confuses the devotees by appearing in the form of his sons.
Goddess Durga is the mother of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva
The video also contains excerpts from the Shivapuran, Rudra Sanhita, Chapter 5 which confirms that Kaal manifested Durga from his body and took her as his wife.
Kaal and Durga live in three distinct regions of Brahmlok, which are having the dominance of Rajogun, Satogun, and Tamogun. In Rajogun dominated area, they are known as Maha Brahma and Maha Lakshmi. In Satogun dominated area, they are known as Maha Vishnu and Maha Lakshmi. In Tamogun dominated area, they are known as Maha Shiva and Maha Parvati. From their union, Durga gives birth to Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva, who inherit the qualities of Rajogun, Satogun, and Tamogun in these places respectively.
Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva has their replicas in Brahmlok
In this video Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj explains the holy book, Shrimad Bhagwat Puran, Chapter 4-5, which narrates an interesting episode. It explains the time when Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva were taken by Durga to the journey to the abode of Kaal known as Brahmlok. There they were surprised to see another Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva, who were the other forms of Kaal.
Further, it contains a discussion among them about the power, quality, and supremacy of Durga. In bi this incident Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva ask their mother why they were created as Rajogun, Satogun and Tamogun. Also, Durga explains that she and Brahm, who is mentioned in the Vedas as the Supreme reality, are the same power. But later in chapter 6, she advises the deities to worship her and Brahm, as they are the source of everything. This proves that Durga and Brahm are two distinct entities, and Brahm (Kaal) is the husband of Durga.
True devotion mentioned in our Holy books is the only way to attain Salvation
In Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 16, Verse 23-24, it is mentioned that those who abandon the scriptures' ordinance and follow their desires, can neither attain happiness nor liberation. So warrior Arjuna is advised to perform his duty as prescribed in the scriptures. But Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj only is providing the true devotion according to the scriptures.
Revelation about The Supreme Power
As per our scriptures there is One and Only one God. He is above all Who created the entire Universe. That Supreme Power resides in the Eternal Abode and is immortal. One can definitely get rid of 84 lakh births by following the actual path mentioned in our scriptures. Do watch the video to know Who is The Supreme Power.