Shanti Path means the path to peace, derived from shanti meaning peace, and path, meaning the course or direction one is moving. This prayer for peace calms the agitators of the mind and helps us transcend the egoistic self. Shanti Path has been extrapolated from haktchintamni's chapters 29 through to 33. Daily recitation of Shanti Path creates positive feelings and expands the mind, leading to inner transformation. Someone with a terminally ill disease is cured, solace for sorrow is acquired, happiness and peace within one’s self and family is achieved. This positive energy also helps create a feeling of well-being and peace in our environment. Second edition of Shanti Path was published in 2016 by Shree Swaminarayan Mandir - Kundaldham, and Karelibaug, Vadodara. Besides Shanti Path; Shreeji Chalisa, Shreeji Bawni, Fagwa and Janmangal Namavali are also great for inner peace. Doing ‘Paths’ of this scripture is a sure shot way to divine happiness in this world and beyond.