On September 3,2007, on the most auspicious occasion of Gokula Ashtami, Param Poojya Sadguru Shree Aniruddha Bapu unveiled ‘Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram’ the Teerthakshetra
before the world and declared it open for all bhaktas. In one part of the sanctum sanctorum is installed the most captivating framed picture of Lord Dattaguru. This ‘tasbir’ (picture) is the enlarged version of the very image that Param Poojya Bapu has been praying to since the age of eight and continues to pray even now; this is now available for darshan to all bhaktas!!. On either side of the beautiful tasbir of Lord Dattaguru are ‘Gomukhas’.

The uniqueness of the picture can be understood and appreciated only when one actually makes a pilgrimage to the Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram. Facing the tasbir of Lord Dattaguru is the ‘Dharmasan’ on which
Param Poojya Bapu is seated when Param Poojya Samir Dada performs His arati every day.

In the adjoining part of the sanctum sanctorum is installed the ‘SHREEMAD PURUSHARTHA PURUSHOTTAM YANTRA, which is also available to bhaktas for darshan. This Yantra is the abode of the ‘Panchagurus’ of Param Poojya Bapu namely, Dattaguru Gayatrimata, Shree Ram, Shree Hanumanta and Shree Sainath). This Yantra is the only one of its kind in the world. Param
Poojya Bapu has got this Yantra sanctified and activated through Param Poojya Samir Dada and Aadya Pipa, Shri Suresh Dattopadhye. More information on this can be sourced by bhaktas from Grantharaj Shreemad Purushartha. Directly facing the Yantra and kept for darshan are the Charanmudra (impressions of the lotus feet) of Param Poojya Bapu, Param Poojya Nandamata and Param Poojya Suchitdada. Also kept in the precincts of the temple is a huge ‘Houd’ (tank) filled with Udi blessed by Param Poojya Bapu. This Udi is available for bhaktas twenty four hours of the day. There is also a beautiful framed picture of Anasuyamata. On either side of the entrance to Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram are installed the ‘Nishaan’ (flags with symbols hoisted on trishuls).

Daily Programme at Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram

Morning 8.30 a.m. to night 8.30 p.m. – Darshan for bhaktas

Every day at any time between 11.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. Param Poojya Bapu arrives at the urukshetram. Upon arrival He performs the puja and arati of the tasbir of Lord Dattaguru. hereafter, Param Poojya Bapu sits on the Dharmasan and Param Poojya Samir Dada performs His arati. After the arati Param Poojya Bapu proceeds to where the Houd is situated and mixes the Udi in the Houd with the Udi generated at the time of the arati and leaves behind an impression of His hand in the Udi.

8.30 p.m. – arati (daily)

What can Bhaktas offer at Shree Aniruddha

Arrangements are in place for bhaktas to make an offering of ‘Prasadam’ to the ‘Gomukhas’. The prasadam is available only at the Gurukshetram and each day the prasadam is different

Shodasgandha’ (paste made out of and containing 16 herbs / chemicals) is available to bhaktas who can then apply it (perform ‘Gandharchan’) on the Dharmasan Bhaktas can then proceed to offer the Tripurari TrivikramGarlands to the Charanmudras of Param Poojya Bapu,
Param Poojya Nandamata and Param Poojya Suchit Dada.

What happened on September 3

9.00 a.m. onwards, Param Poojya Bapu got Param Poojya Samir Dada to perform the ‘Laghu Rudra’ Upon completion of the Laghu Rudra, Param Poojya Bapu performed the Puja and Arati of the tasbir of Lord Dattaguru.

Thereafter Param Poojya Samir Dada performed the arati of Param Poojya Bapu Post lunch Param Poojya Bapu got ‘Sadya Pipa’ andYogidada to perform the ‘Shri Sai Satpoojan’

Later in the evening Paramojya Bapu got Paurassinhand Swapnilsinh to perform the ‘Satya Datta Poojan’ was followed by arati Param Poojya Bapu got all the bhaktas then present to read aloud from Chapter 14 of ShreeGurucharitra and explained its significance Commencing from August 31, 2007, for three consecutive days, Param Poojya Bapu got Param Poojya Samir Dada to perform the Maha Rudra

Bhaktas will be able to get complete information on the Shree Aniruddha Gurukshetram only
upon personally visiting this most holy shrine.



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