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Importance of Pratishthan Pune

Importance of Pratishthan Pune

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!!
JAI
SHRI
MATAJI
!!


Let’s
know
the
Spiritual
Value
of
PRATISHTHAN,
PUNE,
the
only
place
in
the
 universe
selected
by
H.H.SHRI
MATAJI
NIRMALADEVI
for
her
MAHASAMADHI.
 “SAMADHI”
–
The
2
words
are
combined
together
that
is
(SAM
+
ADHI).
“SAM”
 means,
the
land
where
SAMADHI
is
going
to
be
made
has
to
be
even
or
in
 balance
made
by
the
mother
nature.
“ADHI”
means
before.
So,
before
making
 SAMADHI
the
land
has
to
be
“SAM”.
 The
name
“NIRMALADEVI”
has
11
alphabets
it
means
“SAM”
(Balance).


1) MAIN
GOLDEN
GATE:
Meaning
Golden
Opportunity,
Good
Sign
of
Prosperity,
 Supreme,
Pure
Form,
Sign
of
Good
luck,
Fortune
Shape:
Bow
Shape
and
indicating
Lord
 Shri
Hanumana
God
of
Security.
 


2) SHRI
MATAJI’S
CAR
(MERCEDES
BENZ)
:


a) Vehicle
No.
1156
–
11
(5+6)
=
11
(EVEN)
 
 
 
 b) Color
of
car
–
Metallic
Silver,
indicates
the
power
of
SAINT
ARCHANGEL
GABRIEL
(i.e.
 Lord
Shri
Hanumana)
 


3) NAME,
PRATISHTHAN
:


a) 11
Alphabets
(Even)
 b) Ancient
name
of
“PAITHAN”
(one
of
the
place
still
existing
in
Maharashtra)

was
 Pratishthan
which
was
SHRI
MATAJI’S
great
ancestral,
King
SHALIVAHAN’S
capital
 city.
 


4) DETAILS
OF
LAND
:


a) The
satellite
view
of
Pratishthan
land
resembles
victorious
waving
flag.
 b) The
Pratishthan
building
does
not
resemble
a
temple
or
a
mosque
or
a
church
or
a
 house.
 c) The
land
on
which
Pratishthan
is
built
is
neither
on
the
top
of
the
hill
nor
at
the
 bottom
of
the
hill,
it
is
at
a
mid
position
of
that
hill
thus
indicates
an
even
land.
 d) The
slope
of
the
land
is
towards
east
and
north
indicating
auspiciousness
as
per
 Divine
Vastu
shastra.
 


5) DETAILS
OF
THE
PRATISHTHAN
BUILDING
:

 

a) The
south
–
west
to
north
–
east
directions
of
Pratishthan
are
equidistant.
 b) The
satellite
view
of
Pratishthan
depicts
a
galloping
horse
with
a
white
flag
laid
over
 its
back
and
moving
from
north
–
east
towards
south
–
west
direction
that
indicates
 Holy
“ASHWAMEDH”
horse.
 c) The
Ganesh
Dwaar
facing
towards
the
south
direction
symbolizes
“SHRI
GANESHA’S”
 (VIGHNAHARTA)
control
over
negative
energy
coming
from
that
direction.
 d) Sinhagad
Fort
which
can
be
viewed
from
Pratishthan,
the
name
itself
indicates
 “Sinha”
means
Lion
and
the
compound
wall
consist
of
rare
plant
(WAGHNAKHI
 VANASPATI)
the
name
“Wagh”
means
Tiger,
both
Lion
and
Tiger
are
the
VAHANA
OF
 The
DEVI.
 e) Opposite
and
outside
Pratishthan
we
can
find
one
rarer
and
a
very
special
Vanaspati
 called
“Pandhara
Palas”.
It
grows
in
a
land
which
signifying
it
HOLY
and
DIVINE.
 f) The
kitchen
lies
in
the
south
‐
east
direction
(AGNEYA
DISHA).
 









6)

IMPORTANT
LANDMARK
DETAILS
OF
AREA
ADJACENT
TO
PRATISHTHAN:

a) Chandani
chowk:
The
satellite
view
which
resembles
SWASTIKA
and
HOLY
CROSS
 and
‘Chandani’
means
‘Subtle
star.’
 b) The
distance
between
Chandani
chowk
to
Pratishthan
is
3
kms
which
indicates
3
 nadi’s
and
the
road
has
7
turns
up
to
Pratishthan
which
indicates
7
chakras.
 c) When
we
travel
towards
Pratishthan
the
left
side
of
the
road
is
the
lower
valley
side
 and
the
right
side
consist
of
hill
thus
representing
the
left
side
as
IDA
NADI
(ICHCHA
 SHAKTI)
and
the
right
side
as
PINGLA
NADI
(KAARYA
SHAKTI).
 d) As
we
go
from
Chandani
chowk
towards
Pratishthan
we
experience
2
types
of
 breeze
some
parts
we
have
warm
breeze
and
some
part
has
cool
breeze.
This
 indicates
the
balance
of
‘Air
Element’
by
Mother
Nature.
 e) The
shape
of
the
hill
on
the
west
side
facing
the
Pratishthan
is
like
The
‘SHESHNAAG’
 (The
one
which
is
the
Aasan
of
Lord
Shri
VISHNU).
Even
the
rays
coming
during
the
 sunset
does
not
fall
over
Pratishthan
due
to
this
hill.

 
 
 
 


Additional
things
to
know
as
said
by
Divine
SHRI
MATAJI
about
 PUNE:
 

• “The
Kundalini
of
the
Whole
World
is
in
Maharashtra
and
there
are
ASHTAVINAYAK
 (Eight
forms
of
Lord
Ganesha)
along
with
Shri
Maha
Ganapati
at
Ganapatipule,
 protecting
this
Gauri
Shakti.
 

 Also
there
are
3
½
PEETHA
(Energy
Centres)
of
the
DEVI
in
Maharashtra.
 
 The
most
important
significance
of
PUNE
is,
“There
is
no
such
Land
in
the
Whole
 Universe.
Pune
is
the
MOOL
of
Everything
and
even
the
Moola
river
flows
through
this
 land”
(H.H.SHRI
MATAJI,
Gauri
Puja,
1986,
Pune,
Maharashtra,
India).
 
 Above
all
SHRI
MATAJI
herself
has
done
The
BHOOMI
PUJA
of
this
land
of
 PRATISHTHAN,
PUNE
(
refer
14th
March,1986,
Bhoomi
Pujan
of
PRATISHTHAN,
PUNE).

 





• •

‘On above all given points there is no match of Land in this Whole  World where such A “DIVINE SAMADHI” could be raised.’  Note:

The
land
at
Delhi
is
of
no
match
in
any
form
as
per
PRATISHTHAN,
PUNE.
 Please
find
the
Google
Satellite
view
of
both
the
land
of
PRATISHTHAN,
 PUNE
and
NIRMAL
DHAM,
DELHI.
Kindly
mark
the
difference
in
it
and
 decide
the
BEST
PLACE
for
THE
DIVINE
SAMADHI
to
be
raised,
of
our
HOLY
 MOTHER.






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