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Shri Yogeshwarji

Mahatma Shri Yogeshwarji (Gujrathi: શ્રી યોગેશ્વરજી) was a self-realized saint, an accomplished yogi, an excellent orator and an above par spiritual poet , writer and author of more than hundred books in Gujrathi language. Early Life: Born on August 15th 1921 to a poor Brahmin farmer in a small village near Ahmedabad in Gujarat, Shri Yogeshwarji […]

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Guru Tegh Bahadur

Guru Teg Bahadar (Punjabi: ਗੁਰੂ ਤੇਗ਼ ਬਹਾਦੁਰ ); 9th of the 10 gurus of Sikhs. Sacrificed his life to protect pandits from forced conversion to Islam. Born  : April 1, 1621 (April 18, Nanakshahi Calendar) Parents  : Guru Har Govind (Father), Mata Nankee (Mother) Birth place : Amritsar, Punjab province , India Became Guru : Baba Bakala, August 11, […]

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Shri Vasudevanand Saraswati

Shri Vasudevanand Saraswati (Marathi: श्री.वासुदेवानंद सरस्वती/टेंबे स्वामी)( 1854–1914) is also known as Shri Tembe Swami. His original name is Vasudeo, father’s name is Ganeshbhatt, mother’s name is Ramaabai and Grandfather’s name is Haribhatt. As per the lunar calendar he was born on Shravan Vadya 5, Shalivahan Shaka 1776, 26 ghatika after the Sunrise. In 1875 […]

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Vedanta Desika

Vedanta Desika (Swami Desikan, Swami Vedanta Desikan, Thoopul Nigamaantha Desikan) (1269–1370) was a Sri Vaishnava Guru. He was a poet, devotee, philosopher and master-teacher. He was the disciple of Swamy Sri Kidambi Appullar alias Sri Aathreya Ramanujachariar who comes in the lineage starting from Sri Ramanuja with Sri Thirukurugai Piran Pillan alias Sri Kurugesar,Sri Kidambi […]

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Shree Swami Sridhar Maharaj

Shree Swami Sridhar Maharaj was born on 7-12-1908 in Lad Chincholly,near Gulbarga in Karnataka. Every moment of his life was dedicated in the service of the divine. Before attaining MahaSamadhi on 19-4-1973 at the Varadpur Ashram, Sagar, Karnataka where he established the “Dharma Dwaja”, he inspired the masses and reinforced the principles of “Sanatan Dharma”. […]

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Swami Shivananda

Swami Shivananda (1854 – 1934) was born Tarak Nath Ghosal in the village of Barasat in West Bengal. He was a direct disciple of Sri Ramakrishna, and became the second president of the Ramakrishna Mission. His devotees refer to him as Mahapurush Maharaj (Great Soul). Swami Shivananda and Swami Subodhananda were the only direct disciples […]

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Durvasa Maharishi

In Hindu mythology, Durvasa (दुर्वास in Devanagari or durvāsa in IAST, pronounced [d̪urʋɑːsɐ] in classical Sanskrit), or Durvasas, was an ancient sage, the son of Atri and Anasuya. He is supposed to be an incarnation of Shiva.He is known for his short temper. Hence, wherever he went, he was received with great reverence from humans […]

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Manikkavacakar (மாணிக்கவாசகர் – literally words like jewels) was a Tamil poet who wrote Tiruvacakam, a book of Shaiva hymns. Manikkavacakar was one of the poets of the Hindu bhakti revival: his work forms one volume of the Tirumurai, the key religious text of Tamil Shaiva Siddhanta. A minister to the Pandya king Varagunavarman II (c. […]

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Vashista Maharshi

Vashista Maharshi is one of the Saptarishis (Seven Great Sages Rishi) in the seventh, i.e the present Manvantara. Vashista’s mother was Apsara “Urvashi” and father was Mitra–Varuna and the he was law giver like misnister of law of Dahsratha king. He had in his possession the divine cow Kamadhenu, and Nandini her child, who could […]

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Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji

Sri Tridandi Sri Mannarayana Ramanuja Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji (Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji) is a Hindu pontiff. He is considered one of the foremost preachers and popularizers of Sri Vaishnavism.The Crusader of Peace His Holiness Sri Sri Sri Tridandi Srimannarayana Ramanuja Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji was born on Diwali day, the Festival of Lights, on 3rd November 1956 […]

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