Pujya Niruma’s 71st Birthday!
Tuesday December 1, 2015
Born on 2nd December 1944, Pujya Niruben Amin was a doctor by profession. However, this is not the reason for which millions of people across the world today affectionately call her ‘Niruma’. This token of esteemed recognition is for the ‘Motherly Love’ she showered on countless, through the matchless grace of Akram Vignani - Param Pujya Dadabhagwan who is fondly remembered as Dadashri. Although a doctor by profession, Niruma chose to live a dedicated spiritual life not only for relieving people from their miseries, sufferings, and pain but also gracing them to experience the permanent bliss day and night. Well, this was the only desire of Param Pujya Dadabhagwan, which she promised Him to fulfill it sincerely and selflessly.
After the departure of the mortal body of Param Pujya Dadabhagwan, Niruma travelled across the globe. She was alone to endure all kinds of hardships in the beginning but her pure intent and heart took no time in leaving a positive impact on people. In a short period, she started receiving a tremendous response, as people of all ages were easily being inspired by her speech filled with love and compassion, felt no where else. As a result, the pure vision and selfless desire of Dadashri started achieving a shape of reality.
Through television too, Niruma introduced Dadashri’s Spiritual Science of ‘Akram Vignan’, which He always used to term as the ‘Science of Vitarags’. She provided solutions to all types of spiritual and worldly questions and graced people with eternal bliss through Gnan Vidhi (Self-realization ceremony). Apart from that, Niruma escorted the construction of Trimandir as a symbol of Dadashri’s impartial vision towards all religions and molded all those who surrendered their life to Dadashri’s desire by giving motherly love and care.
Finally, it was Dadashri’s wish that Pujya Deepakbhai should be groomed to impart this science to the world. Keeping her promise, Niruma prepared and blessed Deepakbhai to continue giving Gnan to the world for years to come!
Even today, her subtle presence is felt by countless mahatmas who are fulfilling the most simple yet the most responsible promise given to her – “We will stay with love, Niruma!”