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SWAMI PURNANANDA
INTRODUCTION : Sri Purnananda founded the Ramakrishna Purnananda Mutt at Asansol, West Bengal in the year 1964 to spread the Bhakti spirit of Bhagavan Sri Ramakrishna throughout the world. He also repaired and renovated ancient Hindu temples out of the contributions received from the Donors. Sri Purnannada was born in Murshidabad, West Bengal in the year 1936 in a pious Hindu Bengali family. His birth name was Dalim Mukharjee. He received training in Divine subjects under the great Naga Baba, and he has become a saint through the guidance of Swami Sukhatmananda, who was one of the ho..
SWAMI ASHESHANANDA
INTRODUCTION :Swami Aseshananda(1899-1996), was the direct disciple of Mata Sarada Devi, and he served as the head of the Vedanta Society in Oregon for many years. Swami had performed his level best towards spreading the Sanatana Dharma teachings amongst the people.He used to give lectures on Vedanta on a weekly basis, and he was an ardent devotee and disciple of Mata Sarada Devi, and once he had seen Mata Sarada Devi in the form of Mata Shakti Devi. He lived a pure life, and he considered Sri Ramakrishna and Sri Sarada Devi as his divine gurus.Swami Aseshananda was born in the year 1899, in F..
DUTIES OF THE DEITIES
INTRODUCTION : The supreme Lord is the head of the entire universe. He performs many activities and controls the living beings in the entire universe. He also shares his duties to the divine demi gods by giving them super natural powers, and making them to discharge their duties in a proper manner. The earth goddess, Mata Bhudevi is the divine earth mother, and she improves the fertility in the earth, and also absorbs the rain water, and makes the crops to grow properly. She is considered as the Kuladevi of the farmers, since through her great help only, the farmers are able to properly h..
INTRODUCTION :We can consider the deities as our own children. In case of childless couples, they have to definitely consider the deities as their own children. Giving birth to a noble child is really a boon for the parents. Everyone expect their child to be born as Lord Krishna or as Bala Tripura Sundari, a form of Mata Shakti Devi. But for some people, they would not be blessed to have a child. In that case, they can consider Lord Krishna and Bala Tripura Sundari as their own children.Even if people have a noble child, sometimes some children would not behave properly. Sometimes the children..
MATA CHITRALEKHA
INTRODUCTION :Chitralekha was the goddess of magic, and she lived in the previous Dwapara Yuga. She was a friend of Usha, who was the daughter of Banasura, who ruled the present day India through his great powers.Once, Usha dreamt of meeting a lovely person, who is none other than Lord Krishna’s grandson Aniruddha. She informed about her dream to her friend Chitralekha. Chitralekha drawn several pictures of young men, and finally Usha had identified her dream boy.Through her magic powers, Chitralekha brought Aniruddha from Dwaraka to the palace of Usha.  Usha made Aniruddha to hide in a r..
URMILA CHATHURVEDI
INTRODUCTION :Urmila Chathurvedi is a senior citizen who crossed 80 years, and from the year 1992 on wards, Mataji Urmila, stopped eating food grains and used to eat only fruits and milk items, in order make her dream into reality, since she wanted the Ram Temple to be constructed at Ayodhya. Mataji lives in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh, and she is an ardent devotee of Lord Rama, from her childhood itself. Her mother used to tell the incidents from Ramayana, and the young child used to observe it keenly.Mataji had visited several temples of Lord Rama, but she is very much worried for not having a ..
Gurumayi Chidvilasananda
INTRODUCTION :Gurumayi Chidvilasananda is the spiritual head of the Siddha Yoga movement. She was the disciple of Swami Muktananda, and her birth name was Malti Shetty. Malti was born near Mangalore in the year 1955, and her parents were devotees of Swami Muktananda, and due to that, she received initiation from Muktananda at her younger age itself, and stayed at his ashram and become his disciple.  She is a disciplined girl, and learned all the spiritual subjects from Swami Muktananda, and she also participated with him during his religious tours. In the year 1982, she has become a ..
BHAKTI IN HINDUISM
INTRODUCTION :Hinduism is an ancient religion and it follows the principles of Dharma and teaches good philosophies to us. People belonged to Hinduism would celebrate the family functions with much pleasure and enthusiasm, and they would invite their neighbours, friends and relatives for their family functions such as marriage, birthday, upanayanam, Seemantham, Punyajalam etc.In ancient times, most of the people were lived in joint families, and the family functions were taken place very easily, since mostly elderly people in the families would eagerly take part in the functions. But nowadays,..
INTRODUCTIONSuki  Sivam is a popular speaker, writer and a Tamil Scholar. He used to participate in TV programmes.He was the Kalaimamani awardee for his contributions towards Tamil and for spreading the bhakti spirit in the minds of the people.His discourses on Bhakti texts are very simple to understand, and he contains good knowledge in Hindu Divine Texts. He is having interest in social welfare services also, and is considered as a humble and a noble man. He was the son of the famous writer couple, Kalai Maa Mani Mr.T.N. Suki Subramaniam and Smt. Gomathi Subramaniam, and he was inf..
Om Namo Narayanaya NamahaOh! Bhakt Prahalad. You are the protector of the whole earth. Lord Narasimha has given you all the powers similar to him, hence please protect us from our problems, and help us to move to the path of devotion, similar to you, and give us SALVATION. We are finding it very difficult to live in this kaliyuga without your help, hence give a seat near to you, and always make us happy, by chanting your name along with Lord Hari’s name.Oh Bhakt Prahalad, you are always singing the glory of god, and you have occupied a permanent place in VAIKUNDA, the divine abode of Lord Nara..
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