One of the greatestphilosophers and savants of Bharat. He established four spiritual centres in the four corners of the country, thusupholding the underlying unityof the holy land of Bharat.Shivaji's preceptor and guide,Ramadas imparted to him themessage that till we fulfil therequired duty towards themotherland. he providesuccour and guidance tothousands.
Vasishta was a great ascetic.He was the preceptor of greatmen like Sri Rama andHarischandra. He hadconquered anger and desire.He was a great saint whohumbled insolent men.He is the saint who installedthe idol of Sri Krishna atUdupi in Karnataka. Thephilosophy he preached waspreviously known as'Tattwavade'. Now it is knowas 'Dwaita'
The 'Mahabharata' remains amarvel in the literature of hteworlod. Veda Vyasa was thesage who gave the world thisstorehouse of realism,wisdom and compassion.A Great Saint who lived onlyfor his God Vittala. He facedvarieties of difficulties wihtastonishing patience. Hisdevotional songs are aninvaluable contribution toMarathi spiritual literature.
A Great Soul, He left home inboyhood seeking knowledgeand peace. Ramana Maharshiwas full of compassion for allliving beings. He becamekindly light to all who came tohim seeking peace of mind.The Valiant monk whoproclaimed in America thegreatness of Hinduism and of Indian culture at a time whenthe west regarded India as aland of Barbarians. Thebeloved disciple of SriRamakrishna Paramahamsa.He was the great thinker andmighty man of action.
A Sage of the Vedic period - agreat seer who attainedextraordinary scholarship andpower of meditation. Anenlightened man who usedhis might for punishing thewicked and protecting thepoor and the weak.The founder of hte AryaSamaj. The great sage whosought to restore to Hinduismits natural radiance andwisdom. A fearless reformer.he saved the man whopoisoned him. so boundlesswas his goodness.
Parashurama - the epic herowith an axe - was a real'Yama' ( God of Death) to theevil and arrogant. HeChief exponent of hteVishishtadvaita school of Vedanta and great socialreformer. " If i can bring