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101 Tales of Wisdom as Told by Yogiji Maharaj
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From the Jacket

Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) is a global socio-spiritual organization committed to the moral and spiritual uplift of mankind. It was established in 1907 CE by Brahmaswarup Shastriji Maharaj in consonance with the Vedic teachings propagated by Bhagawan Swaminarayan (1781-1830 CE).

The Sanstha’s global network of over 3,300 moral, social, cultural and spiritual activities. The energies of the BAPS volunteer corps of 55,000 youths and over 780 sadhus are channeled towards a variety of philanthropic activities. BAPS is an NGO in Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Its world renowned cultural complexes, like Akshardham in Gandhinagar and New Delhi, and traditional mandirs in London, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, Toronto and Nairobi, are some of its epoch-making contributions to society.

BAPS, under the inspiration and guidance of Pramukh Swami Maharaj, has earned an endearing and unique place in the hearts of millions throughout the world.

Acclaimed as a unique and rare holy soul of India, Pramukh Swami Maharaj was born on 7 December 1921 CE in the village of Chansad, Gujarat. He is the fifth successor in the illustrious spiritual tradition of Bhagwan Swaminarayan and the embodiment of the universal Hindu ideals.

In his presence doubt dissolve, confusions clear, hurts heal and the mind finds peace. His selfless love and morality equally soothes and inspires children, youths and seniors; regardless of caste, creed or status.

Out of his compassion for humanity, he ha made over 15,500 village, town and city visits, sanctified over 250,000 homes, and read and replied to over 500,000 letters. He has ushered a cultural, moral and spiritual renaissance in India and abroad by establishing over 700 mandirs. His divine humanism has provided succour to countless souls in times of natural catastrophe and personal need.

His striking humility, simplicity and spirituality have touched many religious and national leaders. And above all, his profound experience and realization of God is the essence of his success and divine luster.

Preface

Of the oldest works of man, fairy tales and other folktales are probably the most loved. The most ancient of stories that we hear narrated around the world, researchers say, originated in Asia, in particular India. Throughout the world people added and omitted, changed and adapted the tales to their own life, local customs and culture.

Folktales originating in India have many distinctive messages – moral and spiritual in nature. Refined over the millennia, the stories have acquired a conciseness and rapidity of narration which are among their principal charms. Yogiji Maharaj’s folktales are not to be excluded from this class of stories.

His folktales appeal to the young and old alike. The tales were of all kinds: myths, legends, sagas, fables, comic stories, allegories. Some find their origin in India’s vast literary heritage. Others are from the annals of the Swaminarayan Sampraday. Still other stories he seems to have picked from the hustle and bustle of life around him, or at times he has spontaneously created tales from the bubbling childlike innocence that hallmarked his life.

His stories take place in a world inhabited by ordinary people, as well as by all manner of extraordinary characters: giants and dwarfs, cowards and heroes, evil doers and sages. In the midst of everyday affairs wonderful things happen; animals talk, people are transformed into dogs and dragons and back again. In this world, virtue is always rewarded and evil is punished. Worship of God is taught. The help of a true Sadhu is advised.

Invariably, while translating any language, some of the original charm and flavour is lost. Every effort has been made in this book to ensure that 101 Tales of Wisdom transmits the style, impact and enchantment of Yogiji Maharaj. All told, 101 Tales of Wisdom remains delightful and pleasing. This book is a rich storehouse containing many of the well-known and best loved stories. Messages cover a wide range of daily living. The stories are good to read and good to read aloud. Listening to them or reading them, children and adults will all experience some of the enduring wisdom of Yogiji Maharaj.

Tales told by Yogiji Maharaj have already gained widespread popularity. Children eagerly listen to them at bedtime and watch some adapted versions on video! Side by side sit enchanted parents who also read the collected works and narrate them during daily family spiritual time.

The book has been enlivened by excellent semi-symbolic sketches by C.N. Kansara of Amdavad. Inspired by His Holiness Pramukh Swami Maharaj, the direct spiritual successor of Yogiji Maharaj, Pujya Brahmavihari Swami is to be thanked for undertaking the translation work and producing a thoroughly enjoyable 101 Tales of Wisdom.

Introduction

To unravel ideas through stories is not simply a Hindu tradition but a human tradition. Every great leader has excelled in it. The Zen masters answered intricate questions and paradoxes through anecdotes. Jesus Christ spoke in parables. Ramakrishna Paramahansa profusely narrated stories. Bhagwan Swaminarayan simplified esoteric philosophy through day-to-day illustrations. The sermons of Gunatitanand Swami are alive withy stories and examples. And in this same galaxy shines the name of Yogiji Maharaj, one of the loftiest spiritual masters of this century.

His 79 years of presence on this earth, from 1892 to 1971, has left indelible impressions on the spiritual canvas of the world. Apart from his sublime life and experiences, his talks and revelations still resonate in the air. He spoke in the village patois, simple and straightforward. He never lectured, but talked. Even if it was to a packed assembly of 50,000 people, he spoke as if he were talking with individuals with total attention and care.

There was never a question of dressing up ideas in flowery language or veneering the truth with verbal cosmetics. Yogiji Maharaj spoke in plain words and presented the truths in their original, unadulterated, fresh form. When he spoke, his style was naturally picturesque and his gestures were grand, painting the stories in innocent language and visuals. The audiences listened and laughed, thought and wondered, but most of all they understood and grasped. Even if the same spiritual story came from his mouth a hundred times, people hung on to every world, every idea. Such was the magic of his talks.

In all, Yogiji Maharaj had at one time or another, during his talks, narrated more than 2,500 different stories. The learned sadhus who accompanied him noted them down. Of them, Pujya Viveksagar Swami kept the most detailed diary. He noted every word and gesture, writing and rewriting the stories word for word every time Yogiji Maharaj repeated them. From 1958 to 1970, a span of 12 years, Pujya Viveksagar Swami penned more than 25,000 pages of work. With great insight and efficiency, taking care not to prune or cut, alter or touch the original language and style of the great master, he took up the challenge of selecting pearl from an ocean of wealth. His devotion and dedication, coupled with his love for academics and authenticity has resulted in two books, in Gujarati, containing 469 value tales of Yogiji Maharaj. From them, 101 have been translated here. So long as Yogiji Maharaj’s tales of wisdom are among us, spiritual truths shall never be too difficult to grasp by people of all nations, of all ages, and of all aspirations.

Back of the Book

Anyone who heard Yogiji Maharaj once, came back for more.

It’s 8.00 p.m.
The small assembly hall in Gondal is barely full. In low yellow light, a handful of devotees are huddled around Yogiji Maharaj who is discoursing in his lovable village dialect. Suddenly, the atmosphere explodes with laughter. Before ripples settle down, another burst sends everyone rocking. Sometimes clapping, sometimes gesturing, Yogiji Maharaj often rubbed his palm on his head while speaking.

He had a simple way of revealing deep spiritual wisdom, Through everyday stories and folk tales, he opened the horizons of the heart, gave a new meaning to life. His tales of wisdom have become spiritual folklore.

Not one person, who has heard his tales, seen his gestures and experienced his inner joy and laughter can forget Yogiji Maharaj.

Perhaps, to remember him forever, hearing him Just once was enough.

 

Content

 

  Preface viii
  Introduction x
1 Four Blind Men See an Elephant 1
2 Holy Treasure Hunt 2
3 A Tapasvi’s Determination 5
4 The King Dies by Shuli 8
5 Just Getting Up! 9
6 Average Knee Deep 10
7 Take a Needle to Heaven 11
8 United We Win 13
9 Not a Servant of Brinjals 15
10 Giving Life to the Dead 17
11 Death Sentence Reduced to a Thorn Prick 19
12 True Friendship 21
13 Black Hansa in Kali-Yug 23
14 The Camel’s Neck 26
15 Cow or Tiger? 27
16 The Shrew 29
17 Shiv, Parvati and the Bull 30
18 “Don’t Look!” 32
19 The Letter Will Speak 33
20 Duryodhan and Yudhisthir 35
21 Kukaddam 37
22 Million Times Convinced 40
23 Whose Beard Will You Save First? 42
24 Hiro Goes to Ghosha 43
25 He Placed His Head Between the Cow’s Horns 44
26 Progress Without Praises 46
27 Tukaram 47
28 Free Clothing 48
29 God’s Will or My Skill! 50
30 The Pround Chaaran 51
31 Janak and the Nine Yogeshwars 53
32 Day Dreamer 55
33 The Camel’s Lip 56
34 ‘I’ve Seen You!” 57
35 Wise Men Think Alike 59
36 Ambarish and Durvasa 61
37 Life Is but a Dream 65
38 A Mountain of Vegetables 67
39 A Coppersmith’s Cat 68
40 All Things Come and Go 69
41 Today and Everyday 70
42 Is Your Father Chewing for Me! 71
43 True Justice 73
44 A Quiver of Arrows 74
45 Patience 75
46 The Lazy Man 76
47 Janak Videhi 77
48 The Old Lady’s Bones 81
49 The Sesame Scholar 84
50 Tumbaru and Narad 85
51 The Goddess’s Shadow 87
52 A Potter Wins the Lottery 89
53 Fly Away When a Cat Comes 91
54 The Sick Man’s Bed Is Inside 93
55 The Ghost and the Pole 94
56 The Strength of Ghee 96
57 The Foolish Son 97
58 The Donkey and the Ox 101
59 The Skill of a Sannyasi 103
60 Never Hide Your Guru 105
61 Patel Wins the Bet 108
62 Beating up Darkness 111
63 Force 99 113
64 The Garashiyo and the Ghanchi 115
65 Bumble Bee and Worm 117
66 The Devotee and the Thief 119
67 Let Go the Blanket! 120
68 The Glass Eye 121
69 An Imposter Guru 122
70 The Ugly Man and the Mirror 124
71 A Clever Wish 125
72 The Monkey, the Snake and the Goat 126
73 Strange Memorial Stones 129
74 Devotion Without Purpose 132
75 Night Complains to God 133
76 Adu or Nadu? 134
77 A Horse Breaks a Leg 136
78 Who Killed the Brahmins? 137
79 ‘Tam Snanam Am Snanam!’ 139
80 Four Finger Faith 141
81 A Humble Servant of God 142
82 Tricking God 143
83 An Honest Thief 144
84 Become a Dog 149
85 The Greedy Pujari 151
86 But Why Did You Speak? 153
87 Lindiyo – the Lion Goat 155
88 Kakadhiraj 157
89 The Robin 159
90 Greatness of Satsang 163
91 Money! Money! 166
92 ‘Two I Have Done, You Do One!’ 169
93 The Calf Tries to Suckle the Bull 170
94 A Million Rupee Diamond 171
95 The Illusionist 174
96 The Unity of the Doves 177
97 Mother Monkey Stands on Her Baby 178
98 Aruni and Upmanyu 179
99 Evil Money 182
100 Horse Riding from a Book 183
101 Deshal and Zakharo 184
  Glossary 186

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101 Tales of Wisdom as Told by Yogiji Maharaj

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From the Jacket

Bochasanwasi Shri Akshar Purushottam Swaminarayan Sanstha (BAPS) is a global socio-spiritual organization committed to the moral and spiritual uplift of mankind. It was established in 1907 CE by Brahmaswarup Shastriji Maharaj in consonance with the Vedic teachings propagated by Bhagawan Swaminarayan (1781-1830 CE).

The Sanstha’s global network of over 3,300 moral, social, cultural and spiritual activities. The energies of the BAPS volunteer corps of 55,000 youths and over 780 sadhus are channeled towards a variety of philanthropic activities. BAPS is an NGO in Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. Its world renowned cultural complexes, like Akshardham in Gandhinagar and New Delhi, and traditional mandirs in London, Chicago, Houston, Atlanta, Toronto and Nairobi, are some of its epoch-making contributions to society.

BAPS, under the inspiration and guidance of Pramukh Swami Maharaj, has earned an endearing and unique place in the hearts of millions throughout the world.

Acclaimed as a unique and rare holy soul of India, Pramukh Swami Maharaj was born on 7 December 1921 CE in the village of Chansad, Gujarat. He is the fifth successor in the illustrious spiritual tradition of Bhagwan Swaminarayan and the embodiment of the universal Hindu ideals.

In his presence doubt dissolve, confusions clear, hurts heal and the mind finds peace. His selfless love and morality equally soothes and inspires children, youths and seniors; regardless of caste, creed or status.

Out of his compassion for humanity, he ha made over 15,500 village, town and city visits, sanctified over 250,000 homes, and read and replied to over 500,000 letters. He has ushered a cultural, moral and spiritual renaissance in India and abroad by establishing over 700 mandirs. His divine humanism has provided succour to countless souls in times of natural catastrophe and personal need.

His striking humility, simplicity and spirituality have touched many religious and national leaders. And above all, his profound experience and realization of God is the essence of his success and divine luster.

Preface

Of the oldest works of man, fairy tales and other folktales are probably the most loved. The most ancient of stories that we hear narrated around the world, researchers say, originated in Asia, in particular India. Throughout the world people added and omitted, changed and adapted the tales to their own life, local customs and culture.

Folktales originating in India have many distinctive messages – moral and spiritual in nature. Refined over the millennia, the stories have acquired a conciseness and rapidity of narration which are among their principal charms. Yogiji Maharaj’s folktales are not to be excluded from this class of stories.

His folktales appeal to the young and old alike. The tales were of all kinds: myths, legends, sagas, fables, comic stories, allegories. Some find their origin in India’s vast literary heritage. Others are from the annals of the Swaminarayan Sampraday. Still other stories he seems to have picked from the hustle and bustle of life around him, or at times he has spontaneously created tales from the bubbling childlike innocence that hallmarked his life.

His stories take place in a world inhabited by ordinary people, as well as by all manner of extraordinary characters: giants and dwarfs, cowards and heroes, evil doers and sages. In the midst of everyday affairs wonderful things happen; animals talk, people are transformed into dogs and dragons and back again. In this world, virtue is always rewarded and evil is punished. Worship of God is taught. The help of a true Sadhu is advised.

Invariably, while translating any language, some of the original charm and flavour is lost. Every effort has been made in this book to ensure that 101 Tales of Wisdom transmits the style, impact and enchantment of Yogiji Maharaj. All told, 101 Tales of Wisdom remains delightful and pleasing. This book is a rich storehouse containing many of the well-known and best loved stories. Messages cover a wide range of daily living. The stories are good to read and good to read aloud. Listening to them or reading them, children and adults will all experience some of the enduring wisdom of Yogiji Maharaj.

Tales told by Yogiji Maharaj have already gained widespread popularity. Children eagerly listen to them at bedtime and watch some adapted versions on video! Side by side sit enchanted parents who also read the collected works and narrate them during daily family spiritual time.

The book has been enlivened by excellent semi-symbolic sketches by C.N. Kansara of Amdavad. Inspired by His Holiness Pramukh Swami Maharaj, the direct spiritual successor of Yogiji Maharaj, Pujya Brahmavihari Swami is to be thanked for undertaking the translation work and producing a thoroughly enjoyable 101 Tales of Wisdom.

Introduction

To unravel ideas through stories is not simply a Hindu tradition but a human tradition. Every great leader has excelled in it. The Zen masters answered intricate questions and paradoxes through anecdotes. Jesus Christ spoke in parables. Ramakrishna Paramahansa profusely narrated stories. Bhagwan Swaminarayan simplified esoteric philosophy through day-to-day illustrations. The sermons of Gunatitanand Swami are alive withy stories and examples. And in this same galaxy shines the name of Yogiji Maharaj, one of the loftiest spiritual masters of this century.

His 79 years of presence on this earth, from 1892 to 1971, has left indelible impressions on the spiritual canvas of the world. Apart from his sublime life and experiences, his talks and revelations still resonate in the air. He spoke in the village patois, simple and straightforward. He never lectured, but talked. Even if it was to a packed assembly of 50,000 people, he spoke as if he were talking with individuals with total attention and care.

There was never a question of dressing up ideas in flowery language or veneering the truth with verbal cosmetics. Yogiji Maharaj spoke in plain words and presented the truths in their original, unadulterated, fresh form. When he spoke, his style was naturally picturesque and his gestures were grand, painting the stories in innocent language and visuals. The audiences listened and laughed, thought and wondered, but most of all they understood and grasped. Even if the same spiritual story came from his mouth a hundred times, people hung on to every world, every idea. Such was the magic of his talks.

In all, Yogiji Maharaj had at one time or another, during his talks, narrated more than 2,500 different stories. The learned sadhus who accompanied him noted them down. Of them, Pujya Viveksagar Swami kept the most detailed diary. He noted every word and gesture, writing and rewriting the stories word for word every time Yogiji Maharaj repeated them. From 1958 to 1970, a span of 12 years, Pujya Viveksagar Swami penned more than 25,000 pages of work. With great insight and efficiency, taking care not to prune or cut, alter or touch the original language and style of the great master, he took up the challenge of selecting pearl from an ocean of wealth. His devotion and dedication, coupled with his love for academics and authenticity has resulted in two books, in Gujarati, containing 469 value tales of Yogiji Maharaj. From them, 101 have been translated here. So long as Yogiji Maharaj’s tales of wisdom are among us, spiritual truths shall never be too difficult to grasp by people of all nations, of all ages, and of all aspirations.

Back of the Book

Anyone who heard Yogiji Maharaj once, came back for more.

It’s 8.00 p.m.
The small assembly hall in Gondal is barely full. In low yellow light, a handful of devotees are huddled around Yogiji Maharaj who is discoursing in his lovable village dialect. Suddenly, the atmosphere explodes with laughter. Before ripples settle down, another burst sends everyone rocking. Sometimes clapping, sometimes gesturing, Yogiji Maharaj often rubbed his palm on his head while speaking.

He had a simple way of revealing deep spiritual wisdom, Through everyday stories and folk tales, he opened the horizons of the heart, gave a new meaning to life. His tales of wisdom have become spiritual folklore.

Not one person, who has heard his tales, seen his gestures and experienced his inner joy and laughter can forget Yogiji Maharaj.

Perhaps, to remember him forever, hearing him Just once was enough.

 

Content

 

  Preface viii
  Introduction x
1 Four Blind Men See an Elephant 1
2 Holy Treasure Hunt 2
3 A Tapasvi’s Determination 5
4 The King Dies by Shuli 8
5 Just Getting Up! 9
6 Average Knee Deep 10
7 Take a Needle to Heaven 11
8 United We Win 13
9 Not a Servant of Brinjals 15
10 Giving Life to the Dead 17
11 Death Sentence Reduced to a Thorn Prick 19
12 True Friendship 21
13 Black Hansa in Kali-Yug 23
14 The Camel’s Neck 26
15 Cow or Tiger? 27
16 The Shrew 29
17 Shiv, Parvati and the Bull 30
18 “Don’t Look!” 32
19 The Letter Will Speak 33
20 Duryodhan and Yudhisthir 35
21 Kukaddam 37
22 Million Times Convinced 40
23 Whose Beard Will You Save First? 42
24 Hiro Goes to Ghosha 43
25 He Placed His Head Between the Cow’s Horns 44
26 Progress Without Praises 46
27 Tukaram 47
28 Free Clothing 48
29 God’s Will or My Skill! 50
30 The Pround Chaaran 51
31 Janak and the Nine Yogeshwars 53
32 Day Dreamer 55
33 The Camel’s Lip 56
34 ‘I’ve Seen You!” 57
35 Wise Men Think Alike 59
36 Ambarish and Durvasa 61
37 Life Is but a Dream 65
38 A Mountain of Vegetables 67
39 A Coppersmith’s Cat 68
40 All Things Come and Go 69
41 Today and Everyday 70
42 Is Your Father Chewing for Me! 71
43 True Justice 73
44 A Quiver of Arrows 74
45 Patience 75
46 The Lazy Man 76
47 Janak Videhi 77
48 The Old Lady’s Bones 81
49 The Sesame Scholar 84
50 Tumbaru and Narad 85
51 The Goddess’s Shadow 87
52 A Potter Wins the Lottery 89
53 Fly Away When a Cat Comes 91
54 The Sick Man’s Bed Is Inside 93
55 The Ghost and the Pole 94
56 The Strength of Ghee 96
57 The Foolish Son 97
58 The Donkey and the Ox 101
59 The Skill of a Sannyasi 103
60 Never Hide Your Guru 105
61 Patel Wins the Bet 108
62 Beating up Darkness 111
63 Force 99 113
64 The Garashiyo and the Ghanchi 115
65 Bumble Bee and Worm 117
66 The Devotee and the Thief 119
67 Let Go the Blanket! 120
68 The Glass Eye 121
69 An Imposter Guru 122
70 The Ugly Man and the Mirror 124
71 A Clever Wish 125
72 The Monkey, the Snake and the Goat 126
73 Strange Memorial Stones 129
74 Devotion Without Purpose 132
75 Night Complains to God 133
76 Adu or Nadu? 134
77 A Horse Breaks a Leg 136
78 Who Killed the Brahmins? 137
79 ‘Tam Snanam Am Snanam!’ 139
80 Four Finger Faith 141
81 A Humble Servant of God 142
82 Tricking God 143
83 An Honest Thief 144
84 Become a Dog 149
85 The Greedy Pujari 151
86 But Why Did You Speak? 153
87 Lindiyo – the Lion Goat 155
88 Kakadhiraj 157
89 The Robin 159
90 Greatness of Satsang 163
91 Money! Money! 166
92 ‘Two I Have Done, You Do One!’ 169
93 The Calf Tries to Suckle the Bull 170
94 A Million Rupee Diamond 171
95 The Illusionist 174
96 The Unity of the Doves 177
97 Mother Monkey Stands on Her Baby 178
98 Aruni and Upmanyu 179
99 Evil Money 182
100 Horse Riding from a Book 183
101 Deshal and Zakharo 184
  Glossary 186

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