Sanath Kumaras are four rishis named Sanaka, Sanatana, Sanandana, and Sanatkumara. They are described as the first creations of Brahma. The four Kumaras were strict Brahmacharis(Observance of celibacy). They wander all around the entire universe. All four brothers were talented Vedas. They have learned Brahmins and they were the sons of Lord Brahma. The Bhagavata Purana mentions them as an avatar of Vishnu.
The four Kumaras learned the Vedas at a younger age, and they became great Rishis. The Kumaras remained in the form of children due to their spiritual power. The four Kumaras are said to reside in Jana Loka. They repeatedly chant Lord Vishnu’s names and sing the glory of Lord Vishnu. Narada was regarded as the disciple of Sanath Kumaras.
According to Sanath Kumaran, Vishnu is the only refuge to all and he only grants MOKSHA to his devotees. His worship frees the people from their sins.
Once, the four Kumaras went to Vaikunta. And when they reached the main gate of Vaikunta, they were stopped by the Dwarapalakas, Jaya, and Vijaya. The four kumaras were then got angered by their actions and punished them to take birth as demons for three consecutive births. The two guards were then born on earth, as Hiranyakashipu and Hiranyaksha in the Krita Yuga.
During the Treta Yuga, they were born as Ravana and Kumbhakarna and defeated by Lord Rama.
And in Dwapara Yuga, they were born as Sishupala and Dantavakra during the time of Lord Krishna.
The discourses given by Sanat Kumaras were found in Mahabharatha and Srimath Bhagavatha. According to them, Vishnu is everything in life. Without Lord Vishnu, we can’t sustain in this world. They further tell that when we continuously chant the name of Lord Vishnu, undoubtedly will reach the holy abode of Lord Vishnu. Lord Vishnu controls this entire universe. No one can live without the help of Lord Vishnu. Always think about Lord Vishnu to reach his abode, and to touch his lotus feet. Let us worship these four great maharishis, with sincere devotion and purity in our mind and be blessed.
Let us chant their names and live happily forever.