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Raseshwari Devi Ji: Many Are Touched by One Life

Spiritual master Pujaniya Raseshwari Devi Ji is an Indian. She is the creator and president of the non-profit Braj Gopika Seva Mission, an Indian organization with a global mission to spread Sanatan Vedic philosophy.

Early Life: On January 12, 1968, Pujaniya Raseshwari Devi Ji was born in the Chhattisgarh town of Bhilai. She used to spend most of her days doing sadhana, meditation, and spiritual gatherings. She finished her post-graduate studies in English literature after completing her degree in mathematics.

She studied Vedic texts and philosophies under the direction of her spiritual teacher, Jagadguru Shri Kripalu Ji Maharaj, after finishing her studies in 1988, and eventually became a Vedic scholar. Her spiritual guru gave her formal instructions to preach Sanatan Vedic doctrine on October 15, 1988.

Journey as a preacher: in 1989, at the age of 21, she delivered her first public speech on Vedic philosophy at Durg, Chattisgarh. She persisted in delivering several speeches of this kind each year, traveling around various regions of India, particularly in the states of Odisha, West Bengal, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, and Rajasthan.

She has delivered speeches in over 125 locations in 12 Indian states as well as in nations outside of India, including Italy, the UK, Mauritius, and Thailand.

Foundation of the Braj Gopika Seva Mission (BGSM):
In 1999, Pujaniya Raseshwari Devi Ji set the foundation for the non-profit Braj Gopika Seva Mission, a charity organisation. This organization’s mission statement, “Every human being has a fundamental right to attain bhakti,” aspires to empower individuals through spirituality.

locations: Four locations in India are home to the Raj Gopika Seva Mission. These include Kripalu Kunj in Darjeeling, West Bengal; Bhakti Dham in Nawadwip, West Bengal; Jagadguru Dham in Puri, Odisha; and Braj Gopika Dham in Khordha, Odisha.

In their local communities, each center seeks to carry out spiritual events and charity endeavors.

Meditation camps: For kids, teens, and seniors, the Raj Gopika Seva Mission hosts spiritual gatherings. Attendees come to these gatherings to learn about Vedic philosophy and to perform sadhana meditation with Raseshwari Devi Ji. These events draw attendees from all around India and outside. Every year, it hosts four major events: the Jagadguru Sadhana Shivir, the Yuva Utthan Shivir for youths, the Annual Sadhana Shivir, and the Bal Sanskar Program for children.

Acts of charity: BGSM is a firm believer in the proverb “Service to mankind is service to God”! As befits the phrase, BGSM has been serving the underprivileged, impoverished, and general public for more than 20 years. Healthcare services (daily OPD, eye camps, and dental camps), free computer education for low-income community kids, and annual scholarship programs for deserving students have all helped a great deal of people.

BGSM made donations to the Chief Minister’s relief funds of seven Indian states as well as the PM Cares fund in the wake of natural catastrophes like COVID-19.

BGSM Teachings: Sanatan Vedic philosophy is discussed in talks by Pujaniya Raseshwari Devi Ji. Her focus is on enhancing people’s lives by using Upanishadic knowledge and wisdom. “Spiritualism offers enduring solutions to any kind of problem that humanity encounters,” declares Pujaniya Raseshwari Devi Ji. During meditation camps and spiritual retreats, participants practice the Rupadhyana meditation method under her instruction.

Awards: MIT, World Peace University, Pune, presented Raseshwari Devi Ji with the Yuva Adhyatmik Guru Puraskar in recognition of her outstanding role as a spiritual guide in bringing Vedic philosophy to the attention of young people.

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