Nitai – The Lord of Forgiveness


Some Gods do not forgive us even after we realize our mistake. Some Gods forgive us only if we realize our mistake. However, Nitai is the only Lord who forgives us even before we make the mistake. Have you heard about such a kind of mercy?

This literally means that you are already forgiven by Nitai for the mistake you are going to make tomorrow. I know this sounds strange but this is Nitai’s nature.

Such abnormalities in terms of mercy, compassion, humility and forgiveness are the defining characteristics of Nitai. Nitai forgave Madhai even before he hit him with a pot. Not after he was hit. Nor after Madhai realized his mistake and fell at His Feet. But ­ before Madhai even thought of hitting Him!

In fact, when Nitai saw Jagai and Madhai for the first time, His heart melted with compassion to see their condition. He not only pitied their present miserable condition but also felt great pain in His heart by anticipating the future sufferings which both of them would have undergone in hell.

Material humanitarians and philanthropists are considered very merciful just because they show compassion upon seeing the present sufferings of underprivileged people. However, Nitai is so merciful that His heart begins paining not only by the present sufferings but also by anticipating those sufferings of people which they will have to undergo in FUTURE due to their sins.

Ekachakra is the agatir gati Dham. It is the final and highest destination for those who deserve no destination.

-Nitaimani das

Therefore, Doyal निताइ !


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Nitaimani das

Preacher of Nitainam Dhyan, Spiritual Author, and disciple of B.S. Nitaipreshthji

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