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Satya Asatya Na Rahasyo (In Gujarati)

By Bhagwan, Dada

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Book Id: WPLBN0100000231
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Reproduction Date: 01/01/1998

Title: Satya Asatya Na Rahasyo (In Gujarati)  
Author: Bhagwan, Dada
Language: Gujarati
Subject: Non Fiction, Religion
Collections: Religion, Authors Community, Favorites in India
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Publisher: Dada Bhagwan Aradhana Trust
Member Page: Dada Bhagwan


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A lot of people struggle to understand what the truth is, what is not, what is right and what is wrong. There is perpetual dilemma on this differentiation of what is right and what is wrong. According to Param Pujya Dadashri, the Gnani Purush (the Enlightened One), in the worldly life there are three types of truth. One is absolute truth (Self) second is relative truth and third is untruth. In this book, Param Pujya Dadashri has discussed the meaning of absolute truth and relative truth. Absolute truth I that which can ever be destroyed, it is eternal. It belongs to the Soul (Atma). The realization that you are Pure Soul (Shuddha-Atma) is eternal truth (satta). This is the ultimate truth. Relative truth is what is made or determined by the people at large. What may be true from one person’s point of view may not hold the truth from another person’s point of view. The relative truth may vary from person to person. The relative truth may help us in our development in the relative world, but for real development absolute truth is necessary. Read this book which presents Param Pujya Dadashri’s spiritual discourses on absolute and relative truth and solve your dilemmas about what is true, untrue and the nature of truth. Such understanding will help us to go long way on the path of liberation.

According to Dada Bhagwan, the Gnani Purush, in the worldly life there are three types of truth. One - absolute truth (Self), second - relative truth and third - untruth. In this book ‘Satya Asatya Na Rahasyo’, Dadashri discusses the meaning of absolute and relative truth. The relative truth varies from person to person, while the absolute truth does not.


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