Pujya Niruma – The Beginning…

Saturday June 9, 2018

Dr. Niruben Amin, loving called 'Pujya Niruma', was born on December 2, 1944 in Aurangabad, India. She had five older brothers and was raised with a lot of love and care. Her mother used to follow the Vaishnav Dharma and performed some rituals and offerings to Lord Krishna. However, Pujya Niruma was less inclined to participate in these religious rituals.

An interesting fact about Pujya Niruma is that her memory was extremely sharp as was her grasping power. This meant that she could remember her studies by reading them over once or by just having a glance. She was ambitious and aimed to serve people by becoming a Doctor.

When her mother became ill, Pujya Niruma served her with great love and care. Deeply happy and satisfied with her service, her mother gave Pujya Niruma lots of blessings. These blessings helped her, understand and progress in Gnan (Knowledge of the Self).

Pujya Niruma first heard about Param Pujya Dada Bhagwan from her older brother. Her brother told her that, there is someone whom, within an hour, had the ability to impart knowledge that could make you unaffected by worldly happiness and sorrows. Pujya Niruma’s spiritual receptivity was so acute, that on hearing that, she instantly became interested.

That night, even before meeting or seeing Param Pujya Dadashri, Pujya Niruma had a dream. In the dream, she saw Param Pujya Dadashri, exactly as He was. He was taking her very, very high in the sky, very, very high, even above the clouds. She was very blissful, and then within the dream itself, she suddenly had the thought of suspicion, “Where is Param Pujya Dadashri taking me?” As soon as she had the thought, she fell from that height into the ocean and became a fish! When she woke up, she make the firm decision that, ‘Until the end of my life, I will never doubt Param Pujya Dadashri.’ From a dream she derived a great conclusion and stayed firm on it throughout her life.

Keep an eye out to learn about the next part of Pujya Niruma’s journey…

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