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Shree Guru Jambeshwar Bhagwan (born 1451 in a remote Rajasthani village Pipasar), also known as Jambho ji, was the founder of the Bishnoi sect. He preached the worship of Hari (a name for Lord Vishnu). He taught that God is a divine power that is everywhere. He also taught to protect plants and animals as they are important in order to peacefully coexist with nature.

He launched the eco-religious revolution known as Bishnoism at Samrathal Dhora on eighth day of black fortnight of the month of Kartika (Indian Lunar Calender) in 1485 A.D. Jambho ji, was born in Panwar Rajput family in a remote village Pipasar in 1451 A.D. He was the only child of his parents i.e. Father,Lohat ji Panwar and Mother, Hansa Devi. For first 7 years, Jambho ji was a silent, introvert child. He also spent a lot of time (27 years) as a cowboy like Lord Krishna (Incidentally both had an identical Birth day i.e. Janmashtami!) At an age of 34, Jambho ji founded Bishnoi religion. His teachings were in poetic form, known as Shabadwani.

SHRI GURU JAMBHESHWAR FOUGHT FOR

Bishnoism revolves around 29 principles and a major part emphasise on directions for healthy social behaviour. Bishnois are the followers of simple truthful life, be content, be abstentions and avoid false arguments.

The Bishnois are know for their love for nature worship and not the idol worship.In Bishnoi tradition, one won’t find the idols and statues of gods in the temples.They believe that in idol worship, you are worshiping the God created

The offering of ghee, milk, offering on stone odal etc, but it is hypocritical to repay the needy, hungry and thrusty person. Protection of cow and deer but neglect of other

Continuing to run a tradition that is in the old times which is wrong is called stereosity . for example dowerry system, child marriage(bal-vivah) and at the occasion of death or

Giving up the guru guruji’s principal and going to samrthal, mukam, placing a note of 500rs, 2000rs in the temple and hoping to get the moksha is Superstitions.

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ASHTHA DHAM

Mukti Dham Mukam

Samrathal Dhora

Pipasar Dham

Lalasar Sathri

Rotu Dham

Jhambolav Dham

Jaglu Dham

Lodipur Dham

THE KHEJARLI MASSACRE

Khejarli is a village in Jodhpur district of Rajasthan, India 26 km south east of the city of Jodhpur. The name of the town is derived from Khejri (Prosopis Cineraria) trees, which were abundance in the village. In this 363 Bishnois, with Amrita Devi Bishnoi sacrificed their lives in 1730 AD, while protecting green khejri trees considered sacred by the community, by hugging to them, this incident is then first event of Chipko Movement in the history. Even sunder lal bahuguna agreed to the fact that he had been inspired by bishnoi community sacrifice. It was a party of Giridhar Bhandari, a minister with Maharaja Abhay Singh, ruler of Marwar (Jodhpur) state who wanted to cut the sacred green Khejri trees to burn lime for the construction of his new palace. Since there was a lot of greenery in the Bishnoi villages even in the Thar Desert, the king ordered his men to get the woods from Khejri trees. Amrita Devi (Beniwal), A Bishnoi woman, protested against King’s men who were attempting to cut trees as cutting tree it was strictly prohibited in Bishnoi religion. 

JEEYA NE JUKTI AUR MARIYA NE MUKTI

Means an art of living for this life and then Moksha/Heaven after this life.

SPIRITUAL QUOTES

"तइया सासूं तइया मासूं, तइया देह दमोई. उत्तिम मधिम क्यों जाणीजै बिबरसि देखी लोई."
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"उनतीस धर्म की आखिरी, हिरर्द धरियो जोय. जाम्भोजी किरपा करी, नाम विशनोई होय."
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