Sant Ram Chandra

SANT RAM CHANDRA INTRODUCTION Ram Chandra (1899-1983), who was also affectionately called by his followers as Babuji, was a saint from Uttar Pradesh. He was an expert in Yoga, and he founded a mission which is known as Shri Ram Chandra Mission in the year 1945, in order to teach Yoga and Meditation to the interestedRead More →

Shirdi Saibaba

LIFE HISTORY OF SHIRDI SAIBABA INTRODUCTION Shri Sai baba of Shirdi is considered similar to the god by his devotees. Nowadays, we can find lot of small and big temples of Saibaba all over the world. This was happened due to the sincere bhakti and utmost faith kept by theRead More →

Sant Krishna Das

SANT KRISHNA DAS INTRODUCTION Varkari saints are those spiritual people, who have dedicated their entire soul on Lord Vitthal, a form of Lord Krishna, and these saints are considered as the Bhagavathas, since they used to glorify Lord Vitthal Mahaprabhu by the way of praising and singing excellent songs onRead More →

BHAKTA BHAGU INTRODUCTION Bhagu was a female Varkari Saint and a great poet. Though she belonged to the Mahar caste, she got good knowledge in penning bhakti poems on Lord Vittal, a form of Lord Krishna. She was born in a village in Maharashtra, in a lower caste, to a pious Hindu couple. HerRead More →

SANT ATMADEVAR INTRODUCTION Sant Atmadevar was born in a pious Brahmin family at the present day North India in a village. He was a great devotee of Lord Krishna and he used to conduct divine discourses on Lord Krishna in the temples. His songs would melt the souls of theRead More →

SUKHANAND – DISCIPLE OF RAMANANDA INTRODUCTION Sukhanand was the disciple of Swami Ramananda and he lived during 14th-century AD, who acted as a best companion to his guru Ramananda, and served him in a pleasing manner. Similar to his guru Ramananda, he was also a great Vaishnavite devotional poet and saint, who lived inRead More →

SANT BALNATHJI INTRODUCTION Sri Balnathji was born in a village in Gujarat before few hundred years ago, in a low caste community, and he is considered as an incarnation of Lord Shiva. His Samadhi shrine is situated in Junagarh at Rajasthan. He lived a very simple life by eating fruitsRead More →

SWAROOPANAND SARASWATI INTRODUCTION Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati was born in the year 1924, in a village in Madhya Pradesh, and he is a spiritual leader and also fought for India’s freedom. He was the pontiff of Jyotir Math, Badrinath, and for some time, he served as a pontiff in Sri Dwarka peeth. He was the discipleRead More →

SWAMI UMAKANTANAND – HARIDWAR SAINT INTRODUCTION Swami Umakantanand was the founder of the Shriram International Charitable Trust at Haridwar, for helping the poor people, and the spiritual saints at Haridwar. He left his home at his younger age, and has become a saint at his teenage, and he learned theRead More →

HAIDAKHAN BABAJI INTRODUCTION Haidakhan Babaji, also called as Babaji was a spiritual teacher who has shown his divine presence in the Haidakhan village in Uttarakhand during the year 1970, and he lived there till 1984. His followers consider him to be a great saint similar to Mahavatar Babaji. Haidakhan Babaji declares himself asRead More →

SINSINA INTRODUCTION Sinsina is considered to be the chief among all the saints of India, and his wonderful temple is situated in Bharatpur at Rajasthan. He is worshipped by certain sects of people in Rajasthan. He is believed to have been taken birth in this earth before few thousand years, and heRead More →

NANAKJI BURDAK INTRODUCTION Nanakji Burdak (13th century AD) was born in Nanihal village in Rajasthan, in Burdak community, and he is considered as a great spiritual saint, and he is the ancestor of the Burdak community people. At the time of his birth, there was a war between Burdak communityRead More →

RAMBHADRACHARYA INTRODUCTION Swami Rambhadracharya was born in the year 1950, in a Brahmin family in Jaunpur at Uttar Pradesh, is a Spiritual Guru, and a multi-talented personality. He is a humble, noble and an able spiritual guru, and he has studied the Hindu scriptures like Bhagavatham, Bhagavat Gita and Ramayana from                                  Read More →

SAGE ASITA INTRODUCTION Asita was one of the famous disciples of Sri Veda Vyasa. He was born in the Dwapara Yuga in the present day Varanasi, to a pious Hindu family. At his young age, he spent his life by playing gambling, and enjoyed all sorts of material comforts inRead More →

SANT GOPAL DAS INTRODUCTION Sant Gopal Das, aged 39, who was born in North India, is a devotee of Mata Ganga Devi, and he has observed fasting to clean the polluted River Ganges for a few days. Later he was admitted in a Hospital at Delhi, and after giving himRead More →

SHRI MADHAVNATH MAHARAJ INTRODUCTION Shri Madhavnath Maharaj (1857–1936) was a Hindu saint, and he was born and brought up in Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh, and he followed the Nath Sampradaya , founded by the Navnaths,  nine Hindu saints of India. Shri Madhavnath Maharaj was born in the year 1857 in a pious Hindu family, at a villageRead More →

PARAMAHAMSA RAMCHANDRA DAS INTRODUCTION Paramahamsa Ramchandra Das (1912- 2003) was the chief saint of the Ram temple movement and president of the Shri Ram Janmabhoomi. He actively participated in the Ramjanmabhoomi movement for several years, and his main aim is to construct Temples of Lord Ram throughout India, to stop killing the cows and to make IndiaRead More →

BABA NAGNATH YOGESHWAR INTRODUCTION Baba Nagnath Yogeshwar was a Hindu saint, an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva, and also a staunch devotee of Mata Ganga, and considers himself as the son of the Holy Mother River Ganga, had observed fasting from 2008, by demanding to remove the pollution and toRead More →

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 garbageRead More →

SWAMI SYAMANAND Swami Syamanandji was born in Srinagar in a pious Kashmiri Hindu family. His birth name was Somnath. Since, he lost his father at his young age he took all the responsibilities of his family on his shoulders, and looked after the family in a proper manner. Once inRead More →