Radha Soami - WikipediaThe Radhasoami Mat followers, states Mark Juergensmeyer, are considered in Punjab as an offshoot of Sikhism  and can also be considered a part of Hinduism because they share their cultural outlook, some practices and theological concepts such as karma , yoga shabd and guru. However, they are also different from Hindus and Sikhs because they reject the concept of a sacred scripture, rituals such as Karah Parshad and pilgrimage gatherings and ceremonies. The Radhasoami mat followers are a religious fellowship that accepts saints and living gurus from anywhere. The movement started in Agra, its contemporaneous headquarters are in Beas, with parallel branches found in India and outside India. According to Pierluigi Zoccatelli, there were an estimated 3 million Radhasoami followers worldwide in , with many subsects based on the Guru. Of these, the Radha Soami Satsang Beas is the largest  and it had 2 million followers. According to Mark Juergensmeyer, the term Radhasoami literally refers to Radha as consort and Soami as lord swami , lord.
Hindi Book Amrit Nam By Radha Swami Satsang Vyas
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Radhasoami Satsang (Faith) of Soami Bagh Agra-India (eBook)
The Radha Soami Satsang Beas has large number of followers from all parts of the world. We should make our habbit to do daily Simran. The teachings of these saints are known as Santmat.
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