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INTRODUCTION :Swami Shantatmananda is a saint in the Ramakrishna Mission and he is a great scholar and a spiritual personality, and at present, he is administering the Ramakrishna Mission – Delhi Centre.He worked in the Ramakrishna Mission, Belur Mutt for several years, and he properly administered the affairs of the management, and he has also introduced lot of welfare schemes for the staffs working at the Ramakrishna Mission, Belur Mutt.Swami Shantatmananda started a social welfare association in Kolkata, called as Sarada Seva Sangha, which is functioning effectively by the women volunteers,..
SRI KACHIYAPPA SIVACHARIYAR
INTRODUCTION : Kanda Puranam is the Tamil version of the Sanskrit version Skanda Purana. It was written by the great saint Sri Kachiyappa Sivachariyar at Kumara Kottam at Kanchipuram. He lived during the 10th century AD at Kanchipuram. He was a Shaivite saint, and at his young age itself, he was deeply interested in spirituality, and studied the sacred Shaivite texts. Once, he had a dream, and in that, Lord Muruga had appeared, and asked him to translate the Sanskrit version of Kanda Puranam in Tamil language. After waking up from the bed, Sivachariyar’s mind was filled with full of ..
SWAMI BODHANANDA SARASWATI
INTRODUCTION :Swami Bodhananda Saraswati was born in the year 1948, and he is spiritual saint and he taught the importance of meditation, Yoga and Vedanta to various classes of people. He is the Founder of the Sambodh Foundation and the Bodhananda Foundation in India and in abroad.His publications cover Bhagavad Gita and other Indian divine texts. He develops management theories and combines it with spiritual aspects. WORKS :⦁ The Gita and Management.⦁ Management and yoga concepts.⦁ Happiness Unlimited.⦁ Hindu Spiritual Laws.⦁ Indian Management and Leadership.⦁ A Divine Conversation w..
SWAMI SANAND
INTRODUCTION : Guru das Agrawal (1932-2018) who was also known as Sant Swami Sanand,  was an Indian environmental enthusiast, saint, professor and   he was the active participant of the Ganga Mahasabha, which was founded by Madan Mohan Malviya in the year 1905. He has undergone many fasts to maintain cleanliness and to remove the garbage which were frequently thrown on River Ganga. Agrawal died in the year 2018, since he demanded the government to clean and purify the polluted River Ganga.  Agrawal was born in the family of farmers in a town in Uttar Pradesh ..
SWAMI UMANAND SARASWATI
INTRODUCTION: SWAMI UMANAND SARASWAT was born in the year 1916 in a village in Nagpur, and she was interested in carrying out spiritual activities from her young age itself, and used to converse about devotional matters with her neighbors, friends and relatives. Her spiritual journeyhad fetched lot of followers, and she was popularly known as “Ma” amongst the devotees. Her birth name was Kusumeshwari.During the year 1961, Mata Uma studied Vedanta and other holy scriptures from Swami Chinmayananda, and she also met Gurudev Muktanand Baba of Ganeshpuri and performed meditation at his ashram..
DALIT SAINTS OF HINDUISM
INTRODUCTION :The Dalit is a certain section of Hindu society usually termed as a "lower" caste, and there are many famous saints hailed from Dalit community. Some of the famous  Dalit Hindu saints are Ravidas, Kabir, Namdev, Chokha Mela, and Mata Kanhopatra, etc. Ravidas was the guru of saint Meerabai, Queen of Chittor, and also to royal kings. He was worshipped by the Brahmins saints also, and they used to bow before the great saint Sant Ravidas, who is considered as an incarnation of Lord Ravi, another name of Lord Surya Bhagavan. Many Dalit saints, due to their noble works, and g..
DEVARAYA SWAMIGAL
INTRODUCTION :  Devaraya Swamigal was born in the year 1820 in a pious Hindu family, and he was an ardent devotee of Lord Muruga. He is the author of the famous Kanda Shasti Kavasam, which was composed by him in Tamil language through the grace of Lord Muruga.His father was a rich man, and he was a wealthy landlord and lived in Mysore under the British rule. Devaraya at his young age itself learned Tamil language under Shree Meenakshi Sundaram Pillai, a Tamil scholar from Trichy, and he quickly grasped the language, and began to write devotional songs on the Tamil God Muruga. Apart f..
RISHI PRASHASTAPADA
INTRODUCTION :Prashastapada was an ancient sage. He wrote commentaries on various holy texts of Hinduism, and he was considered as a great scholar in the Brahma Sutras. He is believed to have lived before few thousand years. Prashastapada also had written books on bhakti, dharma and the ways to attain salvation. He is believed to be a great devotee of Lord Shiva. During his period, he also met various Sages and saints like Adishankara, Markandeya and Viswamitra and discussed with them about spiritual matters.Prashastapada was widely praised by the ancient kings and scholars for his vast knowle..
Namas
INTRODUCTION :Namas was a great sage, and he was the descendant of Rishi Kashyapa. He was mentioned in the Holy Vedas, Puranas and in Ramayana and Mahabharata, and he is considered as a great Vishnu Devotee. During the period of Ramayana, he met Lord Rama when he was living in the forest along with Lakshmana and Sita, and during the period of Mahabharata, he met Lord Krishna in Dwaraka and worshipped him.Namas gave much respect to the devotees of Lord Vishnu like Narada, Tumburu, Dhruva and Bhakta Prahalada. Once when Lord Indra was planning to fight with Prahalada, it was Rishi Namas, wh..
INTRODUCTION :Vasanth Maharaj, was a native of Krishnagiri, and he is also known as Vasanth Vijajji Maharaj, is an Indian ambassador of peace, and preached love, unity and considered all classes of people as alike.His aim is to give fruitful solutions to various issues which prevail throughout the world. He used to give lectures among the people, in order to develop more co-operation, and friendship between them. He has toured to various countries, and preached about the importance of maintaining peace and prosperity in the country, by following productive measures. He wants the whole world to..
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