Mahamati Prannath is a manspreading of Pranami Sampradaya (a Krishnaite community). He journeyed all over the Indian subcontinent and the Arabian subcontinent as well as Oman, Iraq and Iran. He was provided the divine knowledge in the holy “Kuljam Swaroop”, which was compiled in six languages – Gujarati, Sindhi, Arabic, Persian, Urdu and Hindi. Kuljam Swarup (Tartam Sagar) is worshipped in the Pranami temple like the Murtis of Shree Krishna. He also appeared in Kumbh Mela at Haridwar in 1735 BS (1678 AD). He was spoken for religious discussions for which he was awarded the title of “Niskalanka Bijayaabhinand Buddha Avatar” by the saints of various divisions and creeds.
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Mahamati Prannath was born on 26th October 1618 in Jamnagar, Gujarat. He was the fourth son of father Keshav Thakur and Smt. Dhanbai. Mehraj Thakur was the childhood name of Mahamati Parannath. His father was Diwan in the state of Jamnagar. His mother was a religious lady. Mehraj was a brave and aggressive man. He had a good ability for religious awareness. At the early age of twelve, He came to attend speeches of Shri Devchandraji. Shri Devchandra released him as a great visionary, so he assigned his job to Mehraj and left the mortal world.
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