Sadguru Wamnrao Pai


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Sadguru Wamnrao Pai, was born to a middle class family in Mumbai. He was born on 21st of October, 1923. He completed his graduation majoring in Economics from Mumbai University in 1944. Satguru Wamanrao Pai leads a happy married life and is father to a daughter and a son. After graduation he worked for Maharashtra State Government where he retired in 1981 as a Deputy Secretary, Finance.

He was a follower of Shri Nana Maharaj Shreegondekar.At an very early age of 25, he was inclined to spiritualism. He has worked diligently to self realisation. His efforts and devotion have made him attain his highest goals of spiritual sadhana.

Satguru started imparting his spiritual knowledge in the form of courses at different spiritual centres and the Vivekanada Centre in Mumbai. Satguru and his followers established a trust for spiritual upliftment and empowerement of the people. They called the trust Nam Sampraday Mandal in 1955 on the auspicious Dassera day. Nam Sampraday Mandal is know known as Jeevanvidya Mission.

The disciples of Satguru are known as Namdharaks. The namdharaks are known to work for the cause of Jeevanvidya Mission relentlessly and selflessly. Satuguru Wamanrao Pai delivers his lectures and guidance free of cost.

He has more than 25 books to his credit which are learned by many devotees all over. He has delivered more than ten thousand lectures across Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka and even the United States.

The belief and philosophy of Satguru Wamanrai Pai are life changing and inspirational. His teachings bring a breathe of freshness to one’s thinking and outlook towards life. Everyone part of Jeevanvidya Mission are thankful to Satguru for his contribution to spiritual enlightenment of us all. Sadguru Shri. Wamanrao Pai left for his heavenly abode on 29 May 2012 due to old age.

Universal Prayer by Sadguru

" O God ! "
Bless all with Health and Wealth,
Bless all with Money and Harmony,
O God! Bless all with Peace and Bliss,
Bless all with Wisdom and your Devotion.’