Shri Kuldeep Nikam, who established Dattaprabodhinee Pratisthan in 2016 intending to guide the lost ones, encourages everyone to not live in the past but always focus on the present.
It is truly an experience to be around Shri Kuldeep Nikam. The founder of Dattaprabodhinee Pratisthan shines rays of positivity; his aura is truly a mystical one. The spiritual personality, who is well versed with the digital age, has a YouTube channel of his own and recently guided us how one shall find its calling. He says that identifying what your true path is crucial for one's growth.
He suggests that one shall always strive to introspect and be open to taking feedback from others. "One who lies to himself is never a happy man," he says.
Shri Kuldeep Nikam, who established Dattaprabodhinee Pratisthan in 2016 intending to guide the lost ones, encourages everyone to not live in the past but always focus on the present. It's a gift.
Talking about how he found his calling Dada says that he always felt indifferent. Born and brought up in Thane, his interests were slightly different from that of his mates. He completed his education from Dr Bedekar High School but always took a keen interest in spiritual activities from his early days. His mother, Smt. Sunanda Pradeep Nikam, took him in religious gatherings and he always enjoyed the event. It was during these days only when he started reciting religious slokas and had a chance to meet Sadguru, who gave him his Sushma Darshan. He was only a teenager when he was bestowed with the divine blessings but the seeds were sown in his younger age. And that happened because he always followed his heart.
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