Anonymous: Dear Guruji, Aapke charnno mein koti koti pranam. I wanted to ask, is your it fair that disciples ask their Guru for his blessings for their progress and betterment even when they know that he is unwell and under medication? Should it not be the other way around – that disciples should pray for his good health and his betterment?

Swami Ram Swarup: My heartiest blessings to you all, my daughter. The treatment is carried out of non-alive human-body and blessings are showered by soul who never gets ill. So, there is no problem to shower blessings.

Krishna: Swamiji Pranam Ch 10 in gita says a Vibhuti to Shukracharya as a kavi. Is there any reference of this in vedas somewhere?

Swami Ram Swarup: My blessings to you. The meaning of Kavi in Vedic literature is Krantdarshi i.e. He has also known about the previous Srishtis. Kavi word has been used in Vedas in several mantras but NOT FOR Shukracharya or anybody else. There Kavi means Almighty God who was omnipresent in all previous creations.

Yash: Please send me the book on Yajyen.

Swami Ram Swarup: Book has since been sent to you, please.

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