INTRODUCTION Rishi Lomasa was considered as one of the Gem among the rishis for his sincere devotion and constant meditation on the god, and for his kind hearted behaviour. It is believed that he lived during the Treta Yuga, and met Lord Rama, and discussed about spiritual matters with him.
Rishi Garga was one of the most ancient sage and also a great contributor to the field of Ayurveda, and also an expert in astrology. He was the Author of Garga Samhita and Garga Hora which contains the details of astrology. LIFE Garga was the son of the great rishi Bharadwaja and Suseela. Garga also
According to Holy texts, Bhringi was a great rishi, and an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva. It is believed that he was very much devoted to Lord Shiva and only worships him and would not worship Mata Parvathi. Once the great rishi Bhringi went to Mount Kailasa and circumambulated Lord Shiva. Goddess Parvati has
INTRODUCTION Sitaramdas Omkarnath (1892–1982) was an Indian saint from Bengal. He invoked the bhakti path among his devotees throughout the world, and also preaches the importance of chanting Ram Nam. He is considered as a pious and a holy man among his followers and his devotees. Sitaramdas Omkarnath had written many books
INTRODUCTION Pavhari Baba was a great Hindu Saint who was born near Varanasi in a Brahmin family. He was born in a village at Jaunpur District in a Brahmin family. In his young age, he studied in ghazipur under his uncle’s guidance. After completing his education, he went on a pilgrimage to many holy places and performed yoga
SIGNIFICANCE OF SRI VYASA BHAGAVAN INTRODUCTION We can keep on telling about the significance of Sri Vyasa, who is also known as Sri Vyasa Bhagavan, since he has contained the divine qualities of Lord Vishnu Bhagavan. His birth name was Krishna Dvaipayana, and he was the son of Rishi Parasara
LIFE HISTORY OF MARKANDEYA INTRODUCTION Markandeya is popular Rishi who is well known for his everlasting youth status. He was born in the clan of Bhrigu Maharishi, and he is well known for his staunch devotion on Lord Shiva. The significance of Markendeya was mentioned in the Bhagavata Purana, and he is considered as
SAGE SUDABAS INTRODUCTION Sudabas was an ancient sage, and his wife was Piruchini. Though they contain very good qualities, but they didn’t have children. Due to that, they were very much worried, and began to perform penance on Lord Vishnu. After some time, pleased by their devotion, Lord Vishnu had
SAGE UGRASHRAVAS INTRODUCTION Ugrashravas was an ancient sage, and he was the reciter of various holy Puranas, like Mahabharata, Srimad Bhagavatham, and other holy texts, in front of the sages who used to assemble in the Naimisharanya Forest. He was the son of Rishi Lomaharshana who was a noble disciple of Vyasa. The entire Mahabharata epic
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
RISHI MADHUCHANDA INTRODUCTION Rishi Madhuchandha was mentioned in Ramayana and Mahabharata, and also in Rigveda. He is the son of the great sage Sri Vishvamitra. Madhuchanda contains good knowledge in Vedas, Shastras, and he was an expert in all kinds of arts, and was educated under his father Vishvamitra. Madhuchanda also contributed some
SAGE AYODHA-DAUMYA INTRODUCTION Ayodha-Daumya was a great sage who lived during the Dwapara Yuga. His main disciple was Aruni, who was a great sage, a learned scholar, and he contains very good qualities. Rishi Daumya was mentioned in Holy Vedas, and he is described as a powerful rishi. He
RISHI SARABHANGA INTRODUCTION Sarabhanga is an ancient sage, and he lived during the Treta Yuga, and the details about him are mentioned in Ramayana. He lived in the Dandaka forest, at a hermitage, and he lead a holy life by performing meditation on the almighty, and used to eat only simple food
RISHI DRDHASYU INTRODUCTION The famous Rishi Agastya and Lopamudra have a son named Drdhasyu, who is also called as Idhmavaha. He is mentioned in the Mahabharata as a noble rishi, and similar to Bhakta Prahalada, he has learned the Divine Vedas from his mother Mata Lopamudra’s womb itself, by hearing the Vedic chants
RISHI GALAVA INTRODUCTION Galava was a powerful rishi and he lived during the previous Dwapara Yuga. He was the disciple of Viswamitra Maharishi. Galava was highly praised for his guru bhakti. After studying the Vedic subjects from Viswamitra, Galava had brought a peculiar kind of white horse, by praying to Lord Garuda.