Spiritual Philosophy from Hindu Ancient Scriptures

Blog about Spiritual Philosphoies of various Ancient Hindu Scriptures and philosophies of various Yugpurushas, Sadgurus and Saints. Aim of the Author is trying to search the various Scriptures and spread the light on the real ancient Spritual knowledge alongwith Ultra Science information with various Sadhanas and Yogas also with the searching of Various Ancient Temples, Ashrams, Sampradayas & Akharas etc.

Mantra Tantra Yantra


Mantra is a divine combination of divine syllables or sounds

which when chanted with devotion,faith and emotion gravitate the concerned God or Goddess or deity and secure their divine blessings. For divine help one must link with divine forces but majority of humans are unaware of these forces and have no link whatsoever. But when an individual starts chanting Mantra related to a particular deity regularly the gap between him and the concerned divine force steadily decreases. By regular use of Mantra a subtle link is formed and through this one could then obtain any desired boon within the power of the deity. One could obtain wealth, prosperity, fame, fearlessness, success and spiritual upliftment, but for each a different Mantra is chanted and a different deity propitiated.

A Mantra is a special set of words through only that particular deity could be summoned. If I write or speak in Chinese you won't be able to understand and my words will not produce any effect. But if I speak the language you know its effect shall be with doubt. Praying to these deities in one's language won't help much but if one uses the words that they can understand the result shall be instant.

These words are the Mantras evolved by Rishis and Yogis who actually prepared them and used them to prove their worth. Over the ages these have helped thousands of Sadhaks achieve even that which appeared impossible to them. Within doubt that whose chanting fulfils one's wish is a Mantra.


A hypothesis and the principles derived out of it make the rock bottom of any systemised knowledge. When the same principle is ascertained as law, it is rendered the form of pure science. Now it is clear that science is the knowledge brought under general principles through minute analysis and experimentation.

Tantra is an eminent science having thousands of principles. In fact, it is the system of our life and a science of practice and practical knowledge. Through Tantra, we can attain superb powers by attracting and deriving the divine faculties pervading the entire cosmos. The aspirant of Tantra makes his internal capacity sharp and intensely forceful just like a magnet. This science is the process of activating the various dormant vital glands and Chakras of the astral form, present inside the human body. It makes us aware of the truth that a person can get liberation from his own subjugation, can achieve immense power and even with the physical body present, can free himself from his body and expand his faculties infinitely.

Each and every element of the nature is associated with the other. Every action has a definite basis and for that action, there also exists an equal and opposite reaction. This uninterrupted succession of atomic process is going on in our atmosphere. Formation of water vapours, rain from the clouds due to attraction between positively and negatively charged atoms, storms, tempest and earthquakes, all are interrelated to each other.

Tantra is the process of intensification of our peculiar inner potentialities so that we can command this atomic arrangement which in other words is known as 'Siddhi'. The flow of energy is going on ceaselessly in the environment and when your own inner energy becomes capable of influencing the external ones, nothing will remain impossible for you and this is the science of Tantra in which the aspirant's wish is first and foremost.


Basically, Yantras are the residential places of Gods & Goddesses. Every kind of Yantra has its own kind of energy and fulfill the necessities of the ‘Sadhak’. An Individual can fulfill all his requirements only by the worship of these yantra. In other words we can say that these are the basic articles from whom one can find everything on earth.


In simple terms, the subject of self–study is called as spiritualism. Thus all subject related with soul is included on spiritualism. The soul has very deep and broad meanings. The movement of soul could not be seen by naked eyes, so the complete description and definition of soul is beyond the sense of general human beings. The existence of soul never perishes along with the human body. This can be further explained that even after the physical death of human body, the same soul can travel and enter to another body as the newborn baby. If a person builds the capacity to enter inside his/her own self he or she can feel the sense of soul through the mind and the feelings and then afterwards one can study about the part of soul located subtlety in human body. The details about the explanation of these processes, the method of understanding soul and the necessary human efforts are also explained by the spiritualism.

Specially, spiritualism is known as the sector of faith where human feelings of theism have been merged. All kinds of religious beliefs, which motivates human to do righteous deeds are included on spiritualism. According to the religious scriptures, the people filled with divine qualities are worshiped eventually as a god. The deeds of inspiration and saying of those divine personalities, the philosophical views given by various kind of religions and the worshiping method which are being done by human beliefs are the valuable jewels of spiritual world.

The requirements of the process like meditation, Yoga, Sadhana procedure etc. are to uplift the human life spiritually is also taken as the subject of spiritualism.

Though spiritualism has the vast meaning covering the different aspects of universe, the main feeling filled in spiritualism is to drive one's life to the path of truth by doing righteous deeds. The fact could not be ignored that the human life is the combination of both spiritual and materialistic elements. Thus while passing through various part of human life and acting the different roles, everybody should try to be a righteous person by leaving the evil path mentally and physically. And one should develop the clear vision. The main theme of spiritualism is to leave unrighteous deeds like falsehood, fraud, ignorance etc and to establish the good qualities like nobility, loyalty, love, compassion, benevolence, devotion etc.

By exercising the process of self-deliberation, self-thinking and self-study, human beings can awaken the self-feelings. To practice these processes, is to follow the path of spiritualism. So, human being should not forget the issues raised by spiritualism even they have accepted any religion by birth. Even while following the worshiping methods given by any religion, the spiritual feeling should be established deeply. The feeling of spiritualism could reveal the extraordinary energy, which is subtly located inside human bodies.

By accepting the spiritual feelings, it will be possible to keep the consideration of whole living creatures and to develop the resources for the welfare of human beings. And this is the only existing super path of the world, which can tie the whole universe on one string.

The Yug Purush Who Born After 25000 Years And We Could Not Recognise Him

Yada Yada hi Dharamasya Glanirbhavati Bharat,

Abhutthanamdharamasya Tadatmanam Srijamyaham,

Paritranaye Sadhunaam Vinashaye ch Dushkritaam,

Dharamsansthapanarthaye Sambhawami Yuge-Yuge.

- Lord Shri Krishna

Thus goes a famous shlok of Gita encompassing within its deep meaning the timely appearance of great souls, Avataars and Yug Purushs in different ages on this earth. Ages sure have differed but not the aim of these enlightened beings who by their benign presence make a herculean attempt to propel mankind to higher states of mental and spiritual evolution, by making them break free of their dogmas and false beliefs and by reintroducing them to the real science of life which is as ancient as it seems to be new every time it is rediscovered.

On 21st April 1933 in a remote village of Rajasthan divinity descended to the mortal planes in a surprisingly inconspicuous manner – an element which would later mark all his achievements. His every success would be beyond belief, yet it never robbed him of his simplicity, easy ways and frankness. Years later disciples, followers and those who knew him would wonder how he remained so unassuming and unpretentious in spite of the laurels and fame bestowed upon him.

Struggle was his constant companion on the path of life, yet no problem or obstacle could match his resilience and perseverance, as he took on the challenges of life, rising from poverty to gain the best education, a job as a lecturer and then as a professor in university, by the dint of sheer courage and hard efforts.

Such worldly success he no doubt viewed as indispensable, however he never made it the sole purpose of his life. Even as the household was celebrating his marriage at just eleven, to Ma Bhagwati Devi, who later was to be his most helpful companion and a loving mother to millions of Sadhaks, he announced his decision to leave home to explore the Himalayas for the lost sciences of ancient India.

Love and filial duty sure had a place in his heart, yet these never infatuated him or diluted his strong resolution, and ultimately he had his way. Many decades later, the Himalayas continue to echo his footsteps, his divine rendition of Vedic verses and his clarion calls as he challenged Pseudo-gurus and Sanyasis. His inquisitive spirit led him to hundred of Masters many of whom proved to be foxes in sheep-skin. Yet he did discover precious pearls, from whom he gleamed wonderful pieces of divine knowledge, which could transform the miseries and sorrows of mankind into joy of total fulfillment.
Even though bestowed with amazing powers these Yogis felt content to repose peacefully in the seclusion of mountains and forests. But to him this was a waste of divine talent and he worked hard to gain from them all that they had. His honesty and sincerity easily won their hearts and they felt delighted to impart to him the secrets of Sadhanas, Mantras, astrology, Surya Vigyan, Paarad Vigyan and many more sciences.

They gave him much, yet it is an inviolable rule of Guru-Shishya Parampara that knowledge cannot be had free. In return Guru Dakshina is a must – in the form of service to the Guru, money or knowledge. Serve he did many masters, yet he always declared that he had limited time and he did not want to spend many years mastering just one single Mantra or Sadhana. He wished for total success and he got it. Also these Yogis had no use for money, hence what he gave them to them is a much a secret as his true identity which continues to baffle even to closest of his disciples till today.

However one of these very savants once exclaimed, “What could I have given him? To the world it seems, and he makes it seem so, that I gave him Dikshas and Sadhanas, but I know the truth. He has very Kindly bestowed upon me spiritual success which I might never have achieved even after thousands of years of Sadhanas. I know who he is, for he very kindly revealed it to me, but I cannot tell……… Time shall do it and then the men and women of this world shall realise who had been with them and what they missed.”
Mystery continues to shroud his divine persona. He never spent years at a stretch in the Himalayas, rather he returned home from time to time to complete his education and fulfil his duties towards the family. How he alternated these roles, struck a balance between them and succeeded in both is really amazing.

Having achieved the highest level of success in the spiritual world when he finally returned to his family for good, millions came into contact with him and benefited a lot by consulting him as a Spiritual Guru, astrologer par excellence, Vedic scholar, expert of Karm Kaand and a Bestower of fruitful blessings. However none could claim to fully know him, even though he willfully introduced himself as Paramhans Swami Nikhileshwaraanand – the most revered of Masters of the divine land of Siddhashram who had appeared in simple human form to bring about a spiritual transformation in the social circles, not just in India but all over the world.

But this introduction deepens the mystery rather than clarify it, and so do the introductory books about his life as Nikhileshwaraanand penned by his ascetic disciples who themselves are renowned for their divine powers. The mind boggles on reading about his spiritual achievements. And I believe that so depressed we are today, so much inferiority complex has been built into us by the so called modern education that it is hard to believe that all this can be true, for it seems more a description out of pages of some fantasy like Superman and one wonders if all this is mere hype.

Could be, for these are just printed words. But one is forced to withdraw one’s scepticism when one meets the common men and women who have accepted him as a Guru and also when one is thrown by destiny into his benign presence and made to experience amazing things. Guru? Seems a familiar, oft-repeated title, which one feels like rejecting with disdain having read and heard of the infamous exploits of so many pseudo-spiritualists.
Yet ask these disciples and Sadhaks and before they could speak their eyes, their facial expressions tell all. The tears which well up with the mere utterance of the word Guru reflect genuine love, adoration and regard. “He is a father to us,” says a disciple bringing to the mind the ageless incantation imprinted on every Indian mind-
Tvamev Maataa Cha Pitaa Tvamev……

“He is the best friend, my saviour, my diety,” sobs another in a deluge of emotions.
IS? But he is no more there! Hasn’t he left his mortal frame? For the world which views everything through the glasses of gross materialism he sure has, but how can you explain the hundreds of letters from Sadhaks and disciples pouring in every day thanking Gurudev for making a timely appearance (in physical) and saving them from danger and even death?

continue to rush to Sadhana camps which go on uninterrupted by virtue of his blessings. His words, spoken years back, suddenly flash back to the mind. “If people find it difficult to come to me, I shall go to them. I have very less time and much to achieve.”

Thus was initiated a chain of Sadhana camps all over India and even abroad to which thousands were drawn by his magnetic persona to take a dip in the holy ocean of Sadhanas. And when he felt that even Sadhanas and Mantra chanting were proving too much for the weak willed, frustrated people of the world, he started doling out his own divine energy in form of Diksha which incinerated their problems, ailments, worries and brought them wealth, success, prosperity and even spiritual upliftment.

“Devotion for the deity is important, but I don’t want my disciples to beg even before the gods. I want them to be masters of Tantra and capable of demanding and getting what they want from the gods and goddesses and even other human beings. But know it that once I am your Guru I won’t allow misuse of these powers, you simply won’t be able to. I don’t want to prepare Padampaads,” he said not once but on many occasions.

Sadhaks and disciples who could ring in a new phase of spiritual enlightenment was his aim and he started this mission by first reintroducing India to the ancient science of astrology, which had lost its foothold due to the wave of false education and propaganda of Mughals and the British. He authored no less than 120 books on astrology, a record of sorts, which brought this complex science to the reading table of the common man in a simple form. His uncannily on the mark predictions made him world famous and revived belief of millions in this predictive science. Had fame and recognition been his aim he could have continued to bask in the glory of his success as an astrologer. But no, his work was done, people once had faith in astrology and quietly he withdrew from the limelight and Presidentship of World Astrology Conference in spite of vehement protests of admirers.

He aimed at regenerating a similar faith in the masses for the sciences of Mantra, Tantra and Sadhanas, which had become much maligned over the ages due to the greed of corrupt priests and pseudo-Tantriks. When he set about this task people feared and despised the word Tantra which had unfortunately become linked to vile practices like money spinning and satiation of carnal desires at the expense of the gullible and ignorant common folk.

“Tantra,” he said, “is the beauty of life. It is harmonising with nature, it is seeking the aid of spiritual, divine forces to make life prosperous, pure and better. It has nothing to do with the wrong beliefs attributed to it.”

This message he propagated through the illustrious Hindi monthly Mantra Tantra Yantra Vigyan which not just dispelled fear and doubt regarding these sciences through the publication of veritable extracts from Shastras, Vedas and Upanishads, but also through Sadhana experiences of his disciples who had gained amazingly much with their help. Simultaneously was launched the Siddhashram Sadhak Parivaar whose aim is to carry the torch of true Sadhana knowledge to each and every corner of not just India but the whole world through the medium of Sadhana camps graced and managed by Gurudev, and which today has branches all over India and in major cities globally.

Yet this path to success was not paved with just roses. Criticism, verbal attacks, denigrating campaigns and vile plots however never daunted him and accepting all challenges he had roared, “This torch lit by me cannot be extinguished. It shall continue to light new lamps and to illuminate millions of lives lost in darkness of ignorance, poverty and problems. Those who are against this mission are either ignorant or have their own axes to grind or have selfish interests in leaving the people unenlightened. I accept their challenge, for in Rajasthan they say- Maai Edaa Poot Jan, Dushman Hoi Hajaar i.e. O mother bear a son who has a thousand foes at least and who could attain to fame by fighting and defeating them.

“I want my disciples too to be fearless. I want them to have problems and enemies galore, for I have equipped them with the divine powers of Nikhileshwaranand and they must now have the guts to face all adversities and emerge victorious. I want to show the world that with Mantras, Sadhanas and spiritual powers even the worst of adversities can be overcome.”

Almost 20 years after he started on this mission, today Indian subcontinent is redolent with the fragrance of his success. Parched, desert like lives have been transformed into green heavens. His books on spiritualism, Sadhanas and other ancient Indian sciences (again no less than 150) are proving to be guiding beacons for millions. His voice recorded in cassettes continues to soothe disturbed lives.

“I have nothing against modern science,” he once said, “but their knowledge is limited. Spiritualism is much deeper ad greater than any science and the scientists have yet to realise this. Till they do I want this ancient knowledge to be preserved, and here science alone can help. I want the shloks, Mantras and Sadhanas which I speak or perform to be recorded and saved for the future generations, otherwise all this will be lost forever. You may not realise it but the later generations on listening to my cassettes and reading my words shall wonder who it was who assimilated so much knowledge in such a short life span.”

How true are proving his words! His recorded and printed words continue to draw thousands of new Sadhaks to the folds of the Parivaar, whose only aim is propagation of true knowledge and not fanatic belief in some set dogmas. All his life he laboured day and night to fulfill his dream of making every man and woman self dependent in the use of Mantras and Sadhanas so that they could be freed from the clutches of corrupt priests and capable of solving their problems themselves with the blessings of the Guru.
“I am right behind every Sadhak, who bestows faith in me, on the path of life. Whenever you face a problem and feel worried you just look over your back and you shall find me there guiding your footsteps.”

No wonder millions continue to experience his strength and his presence. A devout cry, feeblest of prayers, or even just a desperate call “Gurudev” and he is there to help. He continues moulding misshapen lives into perfect shape and guiding lost souls. And know it for sure that this feeling germinates not by listening to or reading about experiences of others but by own personal feelings – the gentle, elating tingle in the spine when he is subtly around or the gust of Ashtgandh fragrance broadcasting his presence or the sudden tears not just of sweet remembrance but of elation and joy which spring out without rhyme or reason. It’s love! Love with one who knows the art of turning a desert into an oasis and one who can remotely control the affairs big and small of millions even from the portals of Siddhashram. And it’s this love that bonds one to the man of this Age, who worked selflessly to make us humans truly independent. And we know that he continues his work of making us realise the true essence of the words Aham Brahmaasmi !

It’s this very goal that keeps us moving onwards and each moment we feel the blessings, love and kindness of one whom we have known as Gurudev Dr. Narayan Dutt Shrimali, showering in our lives from the unending source of divinity Paramhans Swami Nikhileshwaraanand.

Buddha when leaving his mortal frame had said to his disciples – ”Apa Deepo Bhavah – be a self enlightened lamp.” Gurudev had once addressed his loved children during the last days of his Avataar as a family man, “but I don’t want you to be mere lamps so I say – Apa Suryo Bhavah – be a sun unto yourself!”

The Real Guru - Swami Nikhileshwaranand Paramhans

Yo Devanamprabhvashchod Bhavashcha

Vishwadhipo Rudro Maharishih

Hiranyagarbhah Pashyat Jaymanam

Sa No Devah Shublya Smritya Sanyunaktu.

(Shwetashvar Upanishad)

“May Maharishi Rudra (Lord Shiva), who is the creator of all the Gods, best over of all prosperity, best among all the whole world and who has witnessed the birth of the entire cosmos, endow us with intelligence and knowledge.”

One can attain peace and comfort only through knowledge, prosperity and all round progress of one’s life and through this peace and can Immerse oneself in divine Samadhi or the eternal trace, thus achieving total freedom from all bondages. And in each age, it becomes essential to authentically present the traditional knowledge before the masses, to link it to the present age and to make amendments, according to the current social requirements. And all this is possible only through the dynamic and energetic voice of a Sadguru.

There is a large chain of Sadgurus in this age and I found some of them really Sadguru. One of them is Poojyapad Paramhans Swami Shri Nikhileshwaranand. He has strived hard to form such a link between our rich ancient heritage & the present age. He has spent the early part of his life, devoting all the years of his youth, delving deep into the Sadhanas and resurrecting the extinct spiritual traditions of India. He, among his ascetic disciples, studied and analysed the various religious cults and himself verified the veracity of the various forms of Sadhanas. He attained proficiency not only in the field of Sadhanas but also in other fields of eminence like Ayurved, Rasayan, Astrology, Paarad Vigyan, Solar Science, Astronomy, Science of conversion of elements, Tantra and Yoga.

Through herculean efforts, he revealed secret Sadhanas like Mahavidya Sadhanas (for achieving totality of life), Kundalini Jagran Sadhana (for awakening of Kundalini Shakti), Mahalakshmi Sadhana (for acquiring wealth & prosperity), Telepathy Sadhana (for reading the mind of others) and Pachanguli Sadhana (for knowing the past & future of any person). During his hermit life he was directed by his own Guru, Poojyapad Paramhans Swami Satchidanandji that the knowledge of Sadhanas becomes meaningful, only when it is propagated in the society and when it is proved that the Sadhanas have not become extinct, rather they only need to be properly and authentically introduced. Reverentially accepting the orders of his Guru, he entered into a family life and as Dr. Narayan Dutt Shrimali, he proved that a person can lead family life and still achieve spirituality and accomplishments in Sadhanas.

As times changed the form of knowledge changed, the thinking processes changed and unfortunately now even the human values have changed, leading to depreciation not only in the religious values but also in the moral, social and human values, it is very difficult to work in such adverse conditions, but he, leading a family life and facing al day to day problems, started the publication of the Hindi magazine ‘Mantra Tantra Yantra Vigyan’, in order to propagate our ancient knowledge.

He not only introduced the common man to Sadhanas & Dikshas, but explained the same in detail to them. He has always believed in creative changes hence he set aside the orthodox method of giving Dikshas and evolved a new & more effective method, in which the powers of Sadhanas in a Guru could be transferred into the disciple, through ‘Shaktipaat’. He has given Dikshas to hundreds of his disciples, the main among them being ‘Guru Diksha’ (for initiation into the field of Sadhanas), ‘Tara Mahavidya Diksha’ (for acquiring immense wealth), ‘Rog Mukti Diksha’ (for riddance from diseases), ‘Baglamukhi Diksha’ (for annihilation of enemies) and ‘Kundalini Diksha’ (for activating the Kundalini Shakti). On receiving such Dikshas the Sadhaks themselves experienced that the day to day problems being faced by them, were solved automatically as a result of which, they were able to concentrate into deep meditation and experience divine bliss.

And such was the impact of these concerted efforts, that even the society had to accept that in order to achieve peace and riddance from tensions, it is essential to revive the ancient Guru-disciple tradition.

For, only the Guru can awaken the Kundalini Shakti, the vital life energy, the existence of which is known to several people but hardly anyone knows how to activate or awaken it. Even the efforts of modern scientists to activate this vital energy source through artificial methods, like passing of a high volt current through the body, have only proved to be torturous, inhuman and unsuccessful, in comparison to the Indian traditional method of the Guru disciple interaction. On the other hand the special powers bestowed by the Guru, raises the life of a person above the ordinary situation of life and takes his soul to the divine spiritual state called the “brahmanand”.