Narasinga Muniyaraiyar Nayanar is the Nayanar saint and an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva. LIFE Narasinga Muniyaraiyar Nayanar was the ruler of the state Tiru Munaipadi. He adopted Sundarar as his son and brought up Sundarar by providing all sorts of comforts to him. He was a great devotee of Lord Shiva and his people wereRead More →

Devapi is an immortal sage. According to the ancient texts, he was the eldest son of the King of Hastinapura. He was a pious and a good prince but since he was affected with leprosy, his younger brother Shantanu was declared as the king of Hastinapura. Shantanu ruled his kingdom in an efficient manner. And all theRead More →

Gora Kumbhar (1267-1317) was a Hindu saint  of Maharashtra. He was a potter  and a great devotee of Lord Vithal (Manifestation of Lord Krishna). Gora Kumbhar had written and sung several songs in praise of Lord Vithal. LIFE Gora Kumbhar was lived in a village in Osmanabad district of Maharashtra State. He is believed to have been a close friendRead More →


Eknath (1533–1599) was a great saint, and Marathi poet. He was born in a village at Uttarakhand. LIFE He was born to a Brahmin family. And since his parents were died at his younger age, he was brought up by his grandfather. He was the disciple of the learned scholar Sri Janardhan Swami. IMPORTANCERead More →


Chokhamela was a great saint in Maharashtra, India, and lived in the 14th century. He belonged to the Mahar caste. He was a great poet, and sung in praise of Lord Vitthala, and he was a great devotee of Lord Vitthala. LIFE He was born at a village in  Buldhana district,Maharashtra. He wrote many poems. He was oneRead More →


Tirumular was a Tamil  Saint, and considered as one of the sixty-three Nayanmars and also one of the 18 Siddhars. Sundaranathar was his original name. And he belonged to Madurai in Tamil nadu. According to the views of great scholars, he is believed to have   taken    birth during 8th century AD. And his main work,Read More →

Malayala Swamy (1885–1962) was a great saint and a social reformer. He was against caste discrimination, and according to him, that the Vedas and the Holy Scriptures must be studied by all class of people. He also fought for the welfare of women’s rights. He founded the Sri Vyasashrama in Yerpedu, Andhra Pradesh. His disciple Sri Vidya PrakasanandaRead More →


Bahinabai (1628–1700AD) is a female saint from Maharashtra, India. She is considered as a disciple of Tukaram. She was born into a   brahmin family. LIFE She was born in northern Maharashtra, and there she spent her childhood. She started chanting of God’s names from an early age. Bahinabai was married at a younger age.Read More →


  Achyutananda (16th century AD) was a great poet and Vaishnava saint from Odisha, India. Due to his sincere meditation and devotion on god, he contains super natural powers, and utilized the power for helping the people to relieve from their diseases and problems. He was a great writer and written spiritual books andRead More →


Basavanna was born in Karnataka and  is a great poet, and a great devotee of Lord Shiva.He was the founder of the Lingayat Movement. He has written many spiritual books. BIRTH Basava was born in 1105 AD in Karnataka, and belongs to the Kannada Brahmin community, who is entirely devoted to Lord Shiva. He wasRead More →


Rishi Mudgal, is one of the Rajarshi in Hinduism. He was a Kshatriya king, but due to his severe penances, he attained great powers and became a famous Rishi. He wrote the Mudgala Purana. In his Purana, he praises about Lord Ganesha, and the way of doing pujas and homams to Lord Ganapati. He got veryRead More →


Savata Mali was a Hindu saint and an ardent devotee of Lord Vithoba. He was born in 1250 in a village near pandharpur. He was a friend and an admirer of Namdev, a devotee of Vithoba.   At his younger ag e itself, Savata has got married to a pious and a holyRead More →


Sri Sivan SAR was born on October 3rd 1904 as 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 alsoRead More →

Swami Brahmananda Saraswati (1868–1953) was the Pontiff of the Jyotir Math  in India. His birth name was Rajaram. He was born into a Brahmin family, and he left home at his younger age towards interest in spirituality. After some time, he became a disciple of Svami Krishnananda Sarasvati. He has become a holy saint and the ChiefRead More →

Renukacharya was one of the five great saints who took the avatar in the Kali Yuga to propagate Virasaivism. He travelled throughout india to teach and to give lectures on Virasaivism. He contains the features of Lord Shiva, and believed to have been born through the grace of Lord Someswara.  Sri Someswara Temple is anRead More →