Sadguru Shri Riteshwar, an ordinary Sadhu with extraordinary goals for the Hindu Sanatan religion

By Team MyNationFirst Published May 18, 2022, 6:17 PM IST
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Sadguru Shri Riteshwar Ji has dedicated his life to the Dharma, the eternal and inherent nature of reality, regarded in Hinduism as a cosmic law, fundamental behaviour and social order.

He refutes political and materialistic slavery; he opposes all those malpractices in the name of religion and stands strong as a guard of Dharma. We all believe that God is helping us a million times more than anyone on this earth could do it. The help from our family and friends is limited to this birth. Veda says that any soul loves you since you are the means of its happiness (Atmanahkamaya). Whatever you do, offer it to God, by doing this one will always experience the joy of a lifetime. This is what Sadguru Shri Riteshwar Ji believes, he has dedicated his life to the Dharma, the eternal and inherent nature of reality, regarded in Hinduism as a cosmic law, fundamental behaviour and social order.

He says, “I am a monk, so a sage should speak the truth and he always agree with the truth.”

He says behind every happiness there is sorrow, and in the end, without being placed in ecstasy, a person crumbles and dies in spite of having desires for never-ending bliss and everlasting happiness. BrahmanishthaPujya Sadguru Shri Riteshwar Ji Dasanudas was endowed with wonderful spiritual talent since childhood. His attachment and dedication towardSanatan Dharma are incomparable. A medical student who had a bright future as a doctor chose a spiritual path to adhere to Sanatana. His speech mesmerizes many and his preaching changed many lives of those who got into addictions and depression, he restored youth who lost their paths.

Gurudev obtained a medical degree after receiving higher education in science. While he was pursuing his education, spiritual practice was his way of life. He says, "We are religious, we are cultured, we are also rich but we are not happy and the one who is religious, cultured, rich are not happy, this cannot happen. So, we have to think again that what we are considering as religion, Sankar and wealth – are we mistaking our opinion views and judgements? There is no atheist in this world, everyone wants to get preference and Vedas Upanishad here is the paradise of God to help us walk our path."

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Last Updated May 18, 2022, 6:17 PM IST