About Saint

Rishi Somasrava
INTRODUCTION :Rishi Somasrava, was the priest of Janamejaya, and he was the son of Rishi Srutasrava. He helped Janamejaya towards conducting snake sacrifice. Rishi Somasrava was lived during the Dwapara Yuga, and he was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu and after performing severe penance on Vishnu in the Himalayas, he got great boons from the Lord. He has got many disciples, and he was an expert in Vedic Subjects and all other Divine Scriptures. He was well known for his simplicity, generosity and kindness. Even though, he was a great rishi, he was very polite, and always showed love and ..
INTRODUCTION: Vatsyayana was a great scholar and a philosopher who is believed to have been lived during the 6th century AD. He has written the famous text Kama Sutra, in order to make proper understanding of the human love. He has written mainly the text in order to clarify the doubts of the humans, and to get more pleasure and happiness during their sexual union, and in order to get more physical and mental attachment between the couple. The main purpose of the text is to enjoy more satisfaction, and to avoid fights and quarrels between the couple.Although it is not preferable to read t..
Swami Turiyananda
INTRODUCTION : Swami Turiyananda also called as Hari nath and Hari Maharaj due to his sincere devotion on god Hari, and he was the popular disciple of Ramakrishna. He was a close associate of Swami Vivekananda, and due to his request, he went to foreign countries, and preached the holiness of Hinduism among the people.  He established Ashrams in foreign countries, and spread the bhakti spirit among the masses.Turiyananda was born in a pious Bengali Brahmin Orthodox family in Kolkata in the year 1863. He lost his parents at his young age and he was brought up by his brother. He succes..
Sri Sadasiva Shastri
INTRODUCTION :Sri Sadasiva Shastri also fondly called as Sivan SAR was born on October 3rd 1904 as the younger brother of Sri MahaPeriyava. His birth name was Sadasiva Sastri. Sri SAR attained Siddhi on March 7th 1996. Sri Sivan SAR, also called as Sri Siva Periyava. Similar to his elder brother Sri Chandra sekara saraswathi swamigal, he also performed lot of miracles in the life of his devotees. He lived a humble and noble life, and got great courage, wisdom and knowledge in all the subjects. He got great bhakti on Lord Shiva and used to worship him in the temples and chant the shiva mantra a..
Saint Kambaliswamy
INTRODUCTION :Saint Kambaliswamy (19th century AD) also known as Kambli Gnana Desiga Swamigal was a great yogi who lived before 150 years, and lived in the present day Thattanchavady, Pondicherry. He has observed strict silence during his life time, and he is also known as Mouna Swamigal. He used to give sacred ash and distribute the holy Prasad to the devotees. He was good at yoga and meditation and trained his devotees in the yoga field. Sri Kambaliswamigal used to take Jala Samadhi in the lake as a regular practice, and used to meditate on Lord Shiva for long hours. He used to take only sim..
Rishi Nagarjuna
INTRODUCTION:Rishi Nagarjuna (100 AD) was born in a village in Madhya Pradesh. He has made detailed research in the field of chemistry and made lot of inventions and discovered new things. He also wrote lot of medical books like Arogyamanjari and Yogasar, and cured the diseases of the people. He was appointed as the chief of the Nalanda University at Bihar.He also introduced medicines for curing the diseases of the animals and birds, since he was very fond of them. He was considered as a great saint and a divine incarnation of Lord Vishnu. He showed courtesy on all the living beings in the ear..
Ram Chandra Datta
INTRODUCTION :Ram Chandra Datta (1851-1899) was a disciple of Ramakrishna and a well-versed writer of spiritual books. Datta was a close friend of Swami Vivekananda. Datta was born in the year 1851 in Kolkata.  His parents were ardent devotees of Lord Krishna, and his mother has died at his childhood, and hence he was brought up by Mata Bhubaneshwari Devi, who was a relative, and the mother of Swami Vivekananda, and she took care of him in a kind manner, and treated him as her own child. Young Datta become a devotee of Lord Krishna, and used to visit the Krishna temples and perform m..
Rishi Kraustuki
INTRODUCTION :Rishi Kraustuki was one of the ancient rishis, and he was the disciple of Markandeya. Markandeya was a great sage and he conquered the death, and remains young forever, and appears similar to Lord Balamuruga. Kraustuki was born in a pious Brahmin family in North India, and was interested in spiritual activities from his younger age itself. He was well known for his sincere devotion to Lord Shiva, similar to his Guru Markandeya, and relieved the people from their sufferings and sorrows, and took them to the spiritual path. He was good at meditation and yoga, and was specializ..
INTRODUCTION :Pisharadi (1550-1621) was born in Trikkandiyur, Kerala, and he was a great writer, reader, astrologer and an ardent devotee of Lord Guruvayurappan. He also helped his student Sri Narayana Bhattathiri towards composing the devotional poem Sri Narayaneeyam.WORKS⦁ Pravesaka⦁ Karanottama⦁ Uparagakriyakrama ⦁ Sphutanirnaya⦁ Chayastaka⦁ Uparagavimsati⦁ Rasigolasphutaniti⦁ Venvarohavyakhya⦁ HorasaroccayaPisharadi played a vital role in bringing up his student Sri Bhattathiri in a good manner, and asked him to worship Lord Guruvayurappan at Guruvayur, in order to gain more knowledge..
INTRODUCTION :Kantimathi (11th century AD) was the holy mother of Sri Ramanuja, and at her teenage, she got married to Sri Kesava Somayaji, a pious Brahmin scholar, and lived in Srperumbudur, and had one noble son, who was the great Vaishnative saint Sri Ramanuja and his birth name was Ilaya Perumal.Due to her past births good karmic deeds, she gave birth to Sri Ramanuja, who was considered as the divine avatar of Adisesha, the divine serpent bed of Lord Vishnu. She was a good house wife and properly looked after her family, and attended the pujas and homams in the Vishnu temples, and lived a ..
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