In the book “Sanatan Sukh” by Pujya Dada Bhagwan, the author delves into the concept of eternal happiness and peace, which is achievable through the practice of Sanatan Dharma, or the eternal way of life. Pujya Dada Bhagwan explores the idea that true happiness and contentment can only be found through spiritual awakening and living in accordance with the universal truths of Sanatan Dharma.
The book discusses the belief that the pursuit of material possessions and worldly success can never lead to lasting fulfillment, and that true happiness can only be achieved by understanding and aligning oneself with the eternal principles of the universe. Pujya Dada Bhagwan provides practical guidance and insights on how individuals can cultivate inner peace and joy through spiritual practices and self-realization.
The author emphasizes the importance of leading a virtuous and righteous life, and the transformative power of self-reflection and inner strength. Through personal anecdotes and philosophical teachings, Pujya Dada Bhagwan inspires readers to seek happiness and peace from within, rather than from external sources.
“Sanatan Sukh” is a profound and insightful book that offers readers a deeper understanding of the spiritual principles of Sanatan Dharma, and provides valuable wisdom on how to attain a state of eternal happiness and contentment.
The content is a book titled “Sanatan Sukh” by Pujya Dada Bhagwan, published in 1966 in the Gujarati language. The book is part of the Banasthali collection and is available in digital form at the Digital Library of India. The book has 124 pages and is published by Shree Dada Bhagwan Vitrag Trust. It is available at Shri Abhaya Jain Granthalaya, Bikaner. The book’s identifier is in.ernet.dli.2015.306758 and it has been scanned at a resolution of 300 PPI.