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Niranjana

A sweet baby-girl was born on December 2nd in 1944 to the wealthy Amin family in Aurangabad. Her parents named her 'Niranjana'. Niranjana, was showered with a lot of care, love, affection and special attention by all, as she was the only girl amongst all her five brothers. They all lovingly called her 'Niru'. Niru was a very sharp and intelligent girl, who also had a mischievous side to her.

From a very young age, Niru knew she wanted to become a doctor, not to make money, but to help those in need. Niru studied in Mumbai and graduated with a medical degree from Aurangabad Medical College. Whilst she was in her final year at college, her elder brother, told her about Pujya Dada Bhagwan. What appealed to young Niru were the words "……after attaining this Akram Vignan no worldly happiness or sorrow can affect your inner peace and happiness…." Hearing these words made a strong impact on young Niru and she began to seriously think about attending Pujya Dadashri's gnan-vidhi and attaining self realization.

On June 29, 1968, Niru met Param Pujya Dadashri for the very first time, in Vadodara. Instantly upon seeing him, a strong desire arose within her,"How wonderful would it be if I could serve Param Pujya Dadashri until my final breath!"At this first meeting, Niru, in her heart, had completely surrendered herself to the Gnani. On 8th July 1968 she took 'Gnan' from Dadashri.

Niru finished her medical education and became a MBBS doctor. She also successfully completed her M.D. in gynaecology in Aurangabad. Everyone in the family expected young Niru to set up a practice, however, Niru had different plans of her own.  She thought, "If I practice as a good and honest doctor, may be, I would heal people's physical diseases, however, if I serve and look after the Gnani then many people's mental, emotional and intellectual problems will be healed by the 'Enlightened Atma-Gnani' and His unique 'Akram Vignan'.

So, Niru at the tender age of 23, left her home and all its comforts to serve Dadashri and assist him in achieving his goal of liberating the world. She served Dadashri with the utmost devotion, day and night for over 20 years. Niru would not only look after Dadashri's every personal need but would ensure that everything needed for satsang was also taken care of. She served Dadashri like a nurse, a mother and a daughter and travelled around the world by his side. Niru became a silent instrument in aiding his mission to impart this knowledge to the world.

Param Pujya Dadashri clearly understood Pujya Niruma's strong desire for the salvation of the world. He began to mould her and prepare her to take on this mission after his demise. In 1987, during Param Pujya Dadashri's final days, satisfied with her progress, he said to her,"I am very pleased with you Niruben. This Niruben is a great instrument for the world's salvation. She will have to become a mother to the whole world. Whenever Niruben wants, Dadashri will speak from within."Thus, he blessed her with his special spiritual powers so that she too could grace others with Self-realization and continue the work he had started. She in turn, promised to fulfill his vision of the world's salvation, until her last breath.

Pujya Niruma departed for Mahavideha Kshetra on 19th March 2006. In her final moments she asked us to give her a promise, to 'Live in love & harmony with all'. Her subtle presence can be felt, providing us with the inner strength to live up to the promise she had asked of us. An elegant memorial of white marble stands at her final resting grounds within Simandhar city.

Today Param Pujya Dadashri's mission continues with the same principles of purity under the guidance of Pujyashree Deepakbhai.

Mohter of World Pujya Niruma

Niruma had a lot of love for kids and youth.

Taking into consideration the speciality of the children of this generation, Niruma used to organize "Sanskar Sinchan Shibirs" for children. It had come in her vision that by focussing on the children, Param Pujya Dadashri's Science would spread rapidly because the children themselves would pull their parents along.

She once commented, "One shibir done for children brings about changes which are much faster and stronger, than the change observed in mahatmas after 3-4 shibirs. The children tell us everything in the shibir; wherever they are stuck and they take home solutions." Although a lot of change was observed in the children through the camps, the children wanted to meet every week so that they could get right guidance and understanding to help them develop as individuals, hence the start of the MHT centres."

 
 
 
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