Pasayadan, which means “gift of divine grace,” is the title given to the last nine verses of the commentary on the Bhagavad Gita written by the 13th-century poet-saint Jnaneshvar Maharaj.

Pasayadan is a beautiful prayer, in which Jnaneshvar Maharaj invokes his Guru's blessings for the upliftment and benefit of all people. He prays for the sun of righteousness to shine brightly, bringing peace and harmony to the world.

Jnaneshvar Maharaj is one of the most revered saints in India. He gave the knowledge and wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita to many people by writing his commentary, called Jnaneshvari, in Marathi, the language of the people of the state of Maharashtra. He was only fifteen years old when he undertook writing Jnaneshvari, and he took samadhi at the age of twenty-one.

Gurumayi has established a tradition of Pasayadan being sung at the culmination of Siddha Yoga teaching and learning events as a benediction for participants as they come forward for darshan.

Sung by the music ensemble in Gurudev Siddha Peeth.
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