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Samarth Guru Ramdas was an inimitable saint of India who had created a religious awareness as well as started the movement of national and cultural awareness and was the guru and guide of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. He was born in 1608 (Gerogian calendar) on Ramnavami

One of the foremost disciples of Shri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu during the medevial Bhakti movement of India was Sanatan Goswami. His father’s name was Kumar Dev who used to live in the Bengal Province in a small village named as Ramkeli. His original name kept by

Great ascetic Shri Shatpragya Swami was born on full moon day of Ashadh month in Samvat 1668 (Greogrian Calendar 1611) in the royal family of Zhinzhuwada in Saurashtra. His father’s name was Maharaj Yogi Singh who was from a Zala Kshatriya clan. His mother’s name

Swami Shivanand maharaj is considered the torch light of spirituality for modern day India. He was born on 8th September, 1887 in Pattamadai, near Tirunelveli which was in the Kingdom of Tamil Nadu. He was the third child of his parents who named him Kuppuswamy.

Parhans Yogananda’s guru, Shri Yukteshwar Giri’s guru and the disciple of Mahavatar Babaji was the great divine incarnation, Shri Shyamcharan Lahiri. He was born on 30th September 1828 to a Brahmin family in Ghurani village situated in the Nadiya District of Bengal. Shri Gaurmohan Lahiri

Siddha Bhoganthar was a Tamil saint who was the Guru of India’s enternal saint “Babaji”. His guru was Siddha Kalanginath who lived in Kashi, situated in current day Uttar Pradesh. He was the lineage of the Nath Saints and had opened a branch for teaching

Shri Surdas is a very important name of the Hindi literature poets who contributed towards Bhakti-Andolan (devotion upheaval) by writing many devotional poems. The place that Shri Goswami Tulsidas has got in devotion of Lord Ram, the same is attained by Shri Surdas in writing

The founder of Udasin sect Acharya Shrichandji was born on the ninth day of the bright fortnight of Bhadrapad month in Samvat 1551 (Greogrian Calendar 1494) at Talvandi village near Lahore. These days, this place is known as Nankan Sahab. His father was Shri Guru