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Digambar Paramhansha, Totapuri Baba is also known as Nanga Baba, Nangtababa, Nagababa, Languli Baba, Digambar Baba, Kankaria Baba and Tota Puri . He was born likely in Hinglaj now in Baluchistan, Pakistan in a border village to Erst while Punjabi Suba of Mughal India. He was a parivrajaka (wandering monk) who have followed the path of the of Advaita Vedanta .

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Digambar Paramhansha QuotesIn Koli-Yuga, one easy way to cross the world of suffering is to follow the path indicated by Vedanta.

— Digambar Paramhansha

Digambar Paramhansha QuotesLet one who wishes to get bliss and happiness, follow the path indicated by Vedanta Sastra; and take shelter under one’s own true-self.

— Digambar Paramhansha

Digambar Paramhansha QuotesVedanta is a wonderful bridge; even an ant can cross the river of bondage over it.

— Digambar Paramhansha

Digambar Paramhansha Quotes Human life has been obtained due to good luck. Try to get atman-jnana ( Self Realization ) in this life itself .

— Digambar Paramhansha

Digambar Paramhansha QuotesMeditation is the way to arise spiritual knowledge within your-self.

— Digambar Paramhansha

Digambar Paramhansha QuotesOnly those who consider this Universe as drama, and themselves as spectators, can be happy.

— Digambar Paramhansha

Digambar Paramhansha QuotesThe true Moksha is the attainment of all-selfhood in this very life. For the individual souls, the only way to remove sorrow and suffering is to realize your true-self — the Atman

— Digambar Paramhansha

Digambar Paramhansha QuotesThe perishable worldly matters can never give permanent happiness.

— Digambar Paramhansha

Digambar Paramhansha QuotesFor permanent happiness, one should first try to know what is the true object ( the greatest truth )

— Digambar Paramhansha

Digambar Paramhansha QuotesThe truth is self-revealing. No other light is required to know the truth .

— Digambar Paramhansha
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Digambar Paramhansha Kankaria Baba Advaita Vedanta