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.Read More →

RAM THAKUR INTRODUCTION Ramthakur (1860–1949) was a spiritual saint of the 19th-century India. His birth name was Ram Chandra Chakraborty. Ram Thakur is the divine gift given by the god for moulding us in a better shape, and to turn us in the spiritual path. Sri Ramthakur was born in theRead More →

VEDESA TIRTHA INTRODUCTION Vedesa Tirtha (1570 – 1620) was a Madhwa saint and a great scholar. He was the disciple of Sri Raghuttama Tirtha. He has not served as a pontiff in Dwaita mutts, and remained as a wandering saint throughout in his life.  He learned the Vedas and Shastras at his young age,Read More →

INTRODUCTION Sahajo Bai (1725-1805) was born in a pious Hindu family in a village at Delhi. She got married at a younger age, and her husband was died immediately after marrying her.  Due to that, she had lost interest in family life, and preferred to become a saint and become aRead More →

INTRODUCTION Saangu Siddha Swamigal had attained Jeeva Samadhi in the year 1900 at Thirugnanasambandar madam, Guindy. Nearby his Samadhi Shrine, Sri Kollapuri Swamigal Samadhi and Sri Ezhumalai Swamigal Samadhi are also found. Saangu Siddha Swamigal was an ardent Shiva devotee and dedicated his entire life towards worshipping Shiva-Parvati, and doneRead More →

INTRODUCTION Maitreya was a great sage and he was mentioned in the Mahabharata. It is believed that he was one of the Vedic Rishis and also contains the features of Lord Brahma. During the Dwapara Yuga, he visited Hastinapur and advised Duryodhana to treat the Pandavas in a proper manner, and to give the share of ruling the kingdomRead More →

INTRODUCTION Kanva Maharishi was an ancient rishi and he was born in the Treta yuga, and his importance were mentioned in Rig Veda. He has also written a portion of text in Yajur Veda. He was the foster father of Shakuntala, who was the consort of Dushyanta. Rishi Kanva found Shakuntala in the forest asRead More →

INTRODUCTION Once there lived in Trichy a pious devotee of Guru Raghavendra whose name was Ramanathan, and he was a businessman, and he belonged to Hindu Mudaliar Community. Regularly during thursday’s he used to visit the Raghavendra Mutt at Srirangam, and worship Raghavendra Swamigal and Lord Sriranganathar at the SrirangamRead More →

INTRODUCTION Sri Purushotamma Teertha was a great madhwa saint who lived during the 15th century. His guru was Sri Jayadhwaja Teertha and his disciple was Sri Brahmanya Teertha. It is believed that during the year 1460, he entered alive in a cave near Abbur, Karnataka, similar to his guru SriRead More →

INTRODUCTION Chidananda Saraswati, (1916–2008) was the President of the Divine Life Society, Rishikesh, India. He was a great saint and spiritual personality. He was born in Mangalore into a pious Hindu family in the year 1916. During his young age itself, he used to study Hindu Puranas, Bhagavatham, Ramayana and Mahabharata and got greatRead More →

INTRODUCTION Manomohan Mittra (1851–1903) is one of the famous disciples of Bhagavan Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa. Manomohan was born in the year 1851 at a village in West Bengal. His father was a doctor, and an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva, and his mother was also a disciplined and a calm housewife and got sincereRead More →

INTRODUCTION Maitreyi (8th century BC) was a saint and a philosopher who lived in ancient India. She was mentioned in the Vedas and Upanishads, and her importance is also mentioned in the great texts. She is believed to be the consort of the great Rishi Yajnavalkya. But some ancient texts mentions that Maitreyi hadRead More →

INTRODUCTION In our country, due to the grace of the god, lot of saints were lived and still living. They taught us the ways of living a noble life, and the do’s and don’ts in our life. We must follow their teachings in our life, in order to live aRead More →

INTRODUCTION In Hinduism, why do we have lot of gods, goddesses, saints and worshipful river goddesses? The main thing is to concentrate our attention on devotional matters, and not on other unnecessary activities, and people are worshipping their favourite gods and goddesses based on their dedication. In general, all theRead More →

INTRODUCTION Gauri Ma (1857–1938) was a great disciple of Ramakrishna and Sarada Devi and she was the founder of the Saradeswari Ashram, Kolkata. Her birth name was Mridani. Gauri Ma was not interested in worldly affairs, and hence she has become a saint, and she was fondly called by Ramakrishna as Gauri Ma. Gauri Ma was bornRead More →

INTRODUCTION Daya Mata (1914 –2010) was the president of the organization founded by Paramahansa Yogananda. The organization was founded in order to teach Yoga concepts, meditation, developing good behaviour, realization of the god from our soul, Dedication to god, and to spread humanity and kindness among the entire world. Her birth name was Rachel.Read More →

INTRODUCTION Daya bai (18th century AD) was born in a pious Hindu family at a village in Rajasthan. After hearing the stories of Lord Krishna from her mother, she was devoted to Lord Krishna at her childhood itself. She used to chant the names of Lord Krishna, and visit theRead More →

INTRODUCTION Baba Hariram (1867–1947) was a great saint and lived in Sindh Province of Pakistan. He was a great guru and a spiritual leader, who was a sincere devotee of Lord Srirama, and used to frequently chant the Rama Mantra “JAI SRIRAM”, and also insists others to do so. He was fondly called asRead More →

INTRODUCTION Raghavendra Swamy Mutt is situated at Ayanavaram and it was built during the year 1982, and the temple is located nearby Ayanavaram Bus Terminus. Lot of devotees would visit this Mutt during Thursdays, and other auspicious festival days and lot of miracles were happened in the life of theRead More →

INTRODUCTION Swami Turiyananda also called as Hari nath and Hari Maharaj due to his sincere devotion on god Hari, and he was the popular disciple of Ramakrishna. He was a close associate of Swami Vivekananda, and due to his request, he went to foreign countries, and preached the holiness of Hinduism amongRead More →