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About Nijananda Sampradaya (Islam) –

Nijanand Sampradaya is the religion that was founded and named personally by Mahamati Prannath.

It was the Indian year (Vikram Sambat) of 1735 in Haridwar (MahaKumbh Mela) that there occurred a religious convention. On the one side, there was Mahamati Prannath along with the mass of hundreds of his followers. On the other sides, there were many Hindu sectors, each with their own leaders and followers as well. 
This religious convention was about a primary discussion of whose religious sector was the best and whose god was the supreme god. During that religious convention, each religious leader of their sector made their own propositions which were only to be either falsified or proved to be illogical in the end by "Mahamati Prannath".
For example -It was stated (and believed) that "Brahm (ब्रम्ह)" was ubiquitous in this world. Mahamati Prannath cross checked them (those who stated that proposition) by justifying that –
“The world is filled with ignorance and other vices and since light and darkness could not exist at the same time and so does "Brahm" and "Maya (माया)". Therefore, it is not logical to say that "Brahm" is ubiquitous in this world. Moreover, it is "Maya" that is ubiquitous in this world. Opposite to "Maya", "Brahm" is ubiquitous in his realm which is beyond this universe".

Everybody became speechless after that! Thus, the people were curious to know about Mahamati Prannath and the religion that he was in. It was only then when Mahamati Prannath revealed himself to the world as revealed below in the verses of "Bitak Sahib"(a manuscript containing the detailed life description of Mahamati Prannath):

दिब्य ब्रह्म पुर धाम है, घर अक्षरातीत निवास निजानंद है सम्प्रदा, उत्तर प्रस्न प्रकास ।। श्री देवचन्द्र जी निजानंद, जिन प्रगट करी सम्प्रदा ऐह तिनथें हम यह लखी हैं, द्वार पावें अब तेह ।।
 
Meaning: "That it was निजानंद, Shree Devchandra ji (श्री देवचन्द्र जी) who started this religious sector, Therefore in the honor of master Nijanand (Devchandra Mehta), the name of our religion would be Nijanada Sampradaya”-
-  Mahamati Prannath (in 1735 in Hardwar, India)
Nijananda Sampraday hence literally meant the religious sector of master Nijananda (the title for Devchandra Mehta) himself. 'Sampradaya' is a Hindi word for sector (before that religious convention Mahamati Prannath and this religion were totally unknown and unheard and also limited within few selected peoples).

(The religion that he was leading was only named "Nijananda Sampradaya" after this very event. Before that the religion existed without a formal name. It existed in the form of a mass of followers only!)

The legacy of Nijananda Sampradaya began to flourish within India from then on. Only before some few decades, the people of the world started perceiving/calling this religion as "Pranami Sampradaya" or otherwise "Krishna Pranami Dharma". However, it is inappropriate to mirror Nijananda Sampraday as "pranami sampradaya" or "pranami dharma" or "shree krishna pranami dharma". It is because Mahamati Prannath, never uttered the words "pranami sampradaya" or "pranami dharma" or "shree krishna pranami dharma" as his established religion’s name.

It was only some clever religious leaders (Pranami leaders) of India who were too successful in hiding the ultimate reality of Mahamati Prannath and trying to ape the traditions of Nijananda Sampradaya (though totally unsuccessful in their attempts) and then modifying the mimiced traditions of Nijananda Sampradaya in the way that suited their worldly needs and then finally tagging it a pseudo name of Shree Krishna Pranami Dharm. Shame on them!  ... So, if you are amongst the Krishna Pranami(s) or the so – called “Parnami” sector, then remember THIS and also remind THIS fact as well to your spiritual leaders that – HELLFIRE (Dojakh) IS VERY HOT!!

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Nijananda sampradaya is not the religion of the devotees of Krishna or any other Hindu gods. It is the religion that believes in "Mahamati Prannath" as the supreme god himself (the god of Noah, Abraham, Issac, and all the other prophets) but not Mahamati Prannath as some inferior disciple of some Hindu god. 

The numbers of followers of Nijananda Sampradaya are extremely few till this date (like finding a needle in the pile of haystacks). These followers follow every commandments of Mahamati Prannath and put them in action into their real lives. Those are the peoples who I refer to as Mommins in my blog.

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