“The real teacher is the teaching itself. The true lineage is the practice itself.”
Sri Maheshwari Prasad Dubeyji
Rajiv (Rajivji) Kapur’s realizations have been guided by his Kriya Yoga Guru, Maheshwari Prasad Dubey (Dubeyji) (pictured here with Rajivji, above) and by his Advaita Guru, Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi.
Rajivji’s dual path is unique, placing him among two of the most prominent traditions of Kriya and Advaita Vedanta.
Rajivji emphasises that, in addition to his many years of arduous Kriya practice with Masters of different lineages, particularly with his Guruji Sri Dubeyji, and then his non-dual awakening through the guidance of Ed (Edji) Muzika, (pictured here with Rajivji above, and as laid down in the book Autobiography of a Jnani) that :
It takes many more years of Sadhana, of perseverance and of vigilance to weed out all the seeds of vasanas…
That there is, in fact, an ever-deepening, perpetual unfolding, through both Kriya and Advaita, and, most importantly, through Bhakti, such that one is continuously evolving…
Sri Maheshwari Prasad Dubey (Dubeyji)
January 4, 1936 – July 17, 2004
Rajivji has practiced Kriya Yoga for eighteen years, partly under the auspicies of Sri Dubeyji until his Maha Samadhi in 2004. Sri Dubeyji was a disciple of Netai Charan Banerjee of the Panchanan branch of the Lahiri Mahasaya lineage.
Lahiri Mahasaya (Shêmā Chôron Lahiṛi)
September 30, 1828 – September 26, 1895
Lahiri Mahasaya revived the yogic science of Kriya Yoga when he learned it from Mahavatar Babaji in 1861. Lahiri Mahsaya was also the guru of Sri Yukteswar Giri, the guru of Paramahansa Yoganada.
Sri Bhagavan Ramana Maharishi
December 30, 1879 – April 14, 1950
After doing Kriya Yoga for fifteen years, Rajivji embarked on the journey of Self-Inquiry by the Divine Grace of Sri Ramana.