Dayal N Harjani – A man of many facets
Dayal N Harjani is a businessman that goes by the pseudonym – Daduzen. He is a poet, philosopher, philanthropist and writer of several spiritual articles and author of self-help books.
Daduzen was influenced by Sufism at a very early age by several Sufi masters. His curiosity for exploring the occult sciences and mystery in schools of Egypt and Greece led him to become a staunch Rosicrucian student of AMORC (Ancient and Mystical Order Rosae Crucis). As a Founder member he serves as an advisor to Punya Dham Ashram (Pune) and serves as an Office bearer of 'Erase Poverty' (Hong Kong).
His message is enshrined in the multi-dimensional word "Cleanliness" which is reckoned to Godliness, is: "Think clean, be clean, act clean, in body, mind & spirit, for ecology, environment and emancipation"
During the course of the years of search Daduzen has become a student of various therapies and curative measures such as: Acupressure, Homeopathy (Tissue salts), Chromotherapy, Gem therapy, Numerology Pranayama and acquainted with the Science of Prana and its relationship with the working of the psychic centers-Plexis (Chakras).
There is a small secret that I wanted to share with you, my readers.
I call myself Daduzen, as you know. But where does that name come from?
As you have seen, I occasionally write poetry. When I do, I slip into my ‘other’ personality, one I call ‘Dadu‘. And since I feel a great kinship with the beauty and power of Japanese culture, I added a ‘zen‘ to my name. All these inspired me to make myself part of that ethos.
(Zen – the skill, speed and strong willpower of the samurai, the ecstatic beauty of Japan’s natural landscape and the trimmed-to-perfection Japanese garden, the utter sense of cleanliness, etiquette and courtesy and the meditativeness of the Zen monks in mundane action.)
Really enjoying dipping into the book you gave me – Dance Your Way. It’s a masterpiece by none other than master and a great pleasure to read.
– Sam Beatson, MSc. PhD candidate
Aspirant, Teacher and Author
of the Gratitude Book
I had the pleasant opportunity to read your beautiful collection of verses. It is common to mix business with pleasure, but it is rare to blend business and divine bliss in one personality. Your verses remind me of Sheik Sadi and Rumi. I wish and pray for your realizations to grow.
– Swami Veda Bharati