Vision and Establishment of Aniruddha’s Universal Bank of Ramnaam
The objective of Sadguru Bapu in establishing Aniruddha’s Universal Bank of Ramnaam is to bring happiness and peace in lives of people by helping them to overcome the effects of Kali Yug and to strength oneself to change his destiny.
How does Aniruddha’s Universal Bank of Ramnaam function and operate?
The concept and methodology of Ramnaam Bank is like any other bank that people would be familiar with. The only difference is that the currency here is of ‘Ramnaam’ i.e. the name of the God. The bank has its Head Office situated at Link Apartments, Khar (West), Mumbai.
Information on Ramnaam Book and its importance
The ‘Ramnaam book’ has 216 pages of which ‘Ram’ is to be written on the first 108 pages, followed by 27 pages each of “Shree Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram”, “Krishna”, “Dattaguru” and “Jai Jai Aniruddha Hari”.
It is believed that at the time when Samudrasethu was to be built by the Vanarsainik’s (Army of Shree Ram) across the sea from Rameshwar to Lanka to get Sitamata back from Lanka, Hanumanji recognizing the difficulty and scale of the task and himself started to inscribes Ramnaam on every boulder used in the construction of the bridge which makes them to float on water than sink to bottom and it is also true for humans trying the cross the sea of life.
Anyone who writes Ramnaam on an Akrutibandh of Hanumanji, their one Ramnaam will be as much as thousand. The Ramnaam book is designed with this exact arrangement with Hanumanji inscribed watermark in a Akrutiband on which Ramnaam is to be written.
Information on Anjanamata Book and its importance
Another book provided by Aniruddha’s Universal Bank of Ramnaam is the Anjanamata book is specially designed according to Sadguru Aniruddha Bapu’s conceptualisation. This book was introduced during the Shree Varada Chandika Prassanotsav.
Anjani Mata’s son is Hanumanji, who is also Sadguru Dattatreya. Hanuman is the only one who eternally sustains both the qualities of “Swaha”(complete sacrifice) and “Swadha”(self-sufficiency).Hence to attain these, the arrangement in this book has been specifically made. click here.
Importance of writing the book in Sadguru Bapu’s words
When we write Ramnaam in the book, our Ramnaam get fused and synchronised with the Ramnaam chanted by Hanumanji.
This is the most important benefit of Ramnaam book.
We can also write these books for other by writing the name of the person on the book. Shraddhavans write Ramnaam book for specific occasions like birthdays or marriages of loved ones as they believe that the person for whom the book is written gets benefited. It is believed that if the Ramnaam book is written for a deceased person, it would help their soul in transition on a right journey.
One of the supreme forms of Bhakti is the Shravan Bhakti. This is done while writing the Ramnaam book. As one writes the book, their eyes read and automatically mind recites the mantras. Hence Ramnaam book is considered the easiest tool of devotion.
Ramnaam book is an assurance to achieve our life’s purpose while Anjanamata book provides us with immense mental strength.
Whenever fear grapples us or we start to feel weak, we can start to write Anjanamata book and seek shelter of Anjanamata and Her son. By writing the Anjanamata book, we start to feel secured and fearless.
Those who feel loneliness can derive immense strength from Anjanamata book to live their lives by themselves.
How to get membership? and Branches of the Bank
Ramnaam is the only currency in this unique bank. Minimum of one book is needed to be deposited to get membership and open an account in the Aniruddha’s Universal Bank of Ramnaam. Every shraddhavan gets a passbook on opening an account.
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