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J P Vaswani

J P Vaswani
J P Vaswani (2 August 1918 – 12 July 2018) ), affectionately called "Dada", was a spiritual leader with a difference. His message of love and forgiveness resonated deeply with millions of people around the world. He spearheaded Sadhu Vaswani Mission, which he took over after the passing away of his master T L Vaswani. The mission has centres around the world and continues to do humanitarian work. Dada has received the prestigious U-Thant Peace Award for his dedicated service to the world peace.

Have you heard of holy indifference?

Detachment is the secret of true life—the life that is life, indeed.

Appreciation: The magic spell for relationships

Appreciation works wonders. And don’t think this is confined to spiritual matters alone; it works in every field, every walk of life

The cosmic dream

We all are asleep, dreaming the cosmic dream.

Can you see the good in others?

J P Vaswani builds a compelling case for focussing on people’s merits and strengths instead of their weaknesses and defects

When success fails

Everyone wants success in life but few who know the elements of success, the factors that go to build up success.

Restoring peace within with forgiveness

Practising the art of forgiveness could restore broken relationships and also your own inner peace

Little things in life

Small things, small tasks are as important as the ‘great’ things of life

The recipe for lasting love

Here are the ingredients you need to create a perfect recipe for everlasting love

Sadhu Vaswani on the connection between health and spirituality

Dada J P Vaswani shares timeless wisdom on the ‘Science of Health’, passed on to him by his Master

Best human resource initiative: Appreciate employees

People who are valued and appreciated give their best; and the best way to value people is to create an environment in which they are treated well


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  • Maintain a distance of six feet
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