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
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 village
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 India
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 to
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 garbage
SANT GARIB DAS INTRODUCTION Sant Garib Das (1717–1778) was a saint and spiritual reformer and he was the founder of the Garibdasi panth, a sect which contains his spiritual teachings. He was born in the year 1717 in a Jat family in a village in Haryana, and he was the author of Garibdassi Granth.
INTRODUCTION Jhulelal (10th century) is worshipped as Kula Deva, and as the Ishta Deva by Sindhi Hindus, and also he is believed to be an incarnation of Lord Varuna, the god of oceans. They will used to frequently chant the mantra: “Jhule Lal Maharaj Ki Jai” in order to show their great respect and honour