Radhe Maa Spreads Smiles Yet Again!

Dental Camp Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa always said to her devotees to serve the Lord through service to all beings. Therefore, Mamtamai Shri Radhe Guru Maa charitable trust organized a free Dental Checkup camp for the students of BMC School, Borivali. As well as, an eminent dental surgeon and implantologist have extended their support…

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Radhe Maa turns an ‘Annapurna Devi’ for the needy!

Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust has worked to helped hundreds and thousands of needy people in India. And today, it is one of the most trusted charity trusts in India. The big contribution to the society However, Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust has organized several donation programs for needy people and has successfully…

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“Shree Radhe Maa honored the cows”

New Delhi – On Friday 6 October 2017, Guru Radhe Maa worshipped the cows. Since last 20 years, Guru Radhe Maa has engaged in the social service. Guru Maa has devoted her whole life to needy people. She is believed that “Ek Gau Mata mein 33 crore Devi Devon ka vaas hota hai“, this belief…

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Radhe Maa’s Special Interview

“My life like an open book” During the 20-minute interview, telecasted on Aaj Tak TV, Radhe Maa, who is based in Mumbai, represented various shades of her personality. Radhe Maa stated in an interview in which she tried to defend herself and her distinct character. Radhe Maa does not consider herself an incarnation of Goddess…

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Where is the path?

Many of us grow up not understanding what we want to do with our lives. It can take times to figure it out, and some never do. To achieve success in life, you have to find the way. Soul-Searching is a necessity. You need to ask yourself “what do I want in life?” Actually, where…

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What is Moksha?

We all know the meaning of Moksha, but very rare people know the actual meaning of it. Do you know what it is? Let us know the meaning of it and salvation and how it works in the spiritual world. In Indian religions and Indian philosophy, Moksha also called Vimukti and Mukti, means emancipation, liberation…

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