Amrutanubhav

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This is a self dialogue that Saint Dnyaneshwar had with his soul. In this Grantha, Dnyaneshwar explains about the soul-Aatm Tatva as the form of Brahma, which is Nirgun (having no epithet) and Nirakar (incorporeal), which is the foremost, which is the ultimate truth, the only Shashwat (permanent) and utterly happy. The elaboration consists of knowledge regarding words and science and also about the pure knowledge. The first five shlokas are the core of this Grantha. An in depth study of it

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Dr.Indu Limaye

This is a self dialogue that Saint Dnyaneshwar had with his soul. In this Grantha, Dnyaneshwar explains about the soul-Aatm Tatva as the form of Brahma, which is Nirgun (having no epithet) and Nirakar (incorporeal), which is the foremost, which is the ultimate truth, the only Shashwat (permanent) and utterly happy. The elaboration consists of knowledge regarding words and science and also about the pure knowledge. The first five shlokas are the core of this Grantha. An in depth study of it helps us understand the sweetness and lenience that Saint Dnyaneshwar possessed.

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