Jagadguru Shri Kripaluji Maharaj, another name for Kripalu Maharaj, was a revered spiritual leader and a leading exponent of Bhakti Yoga, a devotional branch of Hinduism.
The teachings of Kripalu Maharaj concentrated on the practise of Bhakti Yoga and emphasised the significance of forging a close bond with God through devotion and service. He advocated that genuine, unselfish service to others is the only way to experience true spiritual progress, and he established various nonprofit organisations to assist the less fortunate.
In addition to writing extensively on the subject of bhakti yoga, Kripalu Maharaj also produced a number of publications that collected his teachings, including "Prem Ras Siddhant," "Bhakti Shatak," and "Radha Govind Geet." He also wrote a tonne of hymns and devotional songs that his devotees still sing today.
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