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Introduction

Pujya Niruma

Dr. Niruben Amin, lovingly addressed as 'Niruma', was a prominent disciple of the Gnani Purush Ambalal Patel also known as Param Pujya 'Dada Bhagwan' or 'Dadashri'. Under his guidance, she too became an accomplished spiritual master who carried on his work of introducing people to the phenomenal science of Akram Vignan. Through selfless service, she has been instrumental in liberating thousands of people, throughout the world by gracing them with satsangs and Self-realization.

 

Pre-gnan - Life before meeting Param Pujya Dadashri

Dr. Niruben Amin, lovingly referred to as 'Pujya Niruma', was born on December 2, 1944 in Aurangabad, India to a wealthy family. Showered with love and attention, Pujya Niruma was the youngest sibling to five elder brothers. From a very young age Pujya Niruma knew she wanted to be a doctor in service to mankind. She acquired her basic schooling in Mumbai and graduated with a medical degree from Aurangabad Medical College.

Whilst in her final year at college, her brother told her about Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan, who had the ability to give Self-realization, and told her that this knowledge was so powerful that no worldly troubles or worries could then touch her. This process would take just two hours, through a unique science of the Soul (Atma; the Self) called Akram Vignan. This was the first time Pujya Niruma ever heard the word 'Atma' (Soul).

On June 29 1968, Pujya Niruma met Param Pujya Dadashri for the first time, in Vadodra. Instantly upon seeing him, she felt as if she had known him for many past lives and was now being reunited with him. At that time, 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, in her heart, she completely surrendered herself to the Gnani.

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