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Bhagwan Shri Raman was born on the 30th December 1879 on Arudradarshanam day as the second son of Shri Sundaram Iyer and Azhahammal in Tiruchuzhi, a Shiv- Kshetra (area) thiry miles southeast of Madurai in Tamil Nadu, a province of South India. His parents named

The great saint of modern India, Shri Ramkrishna Paramhans was born on 18th February 1836 in the Brahma Muhurt (at dawn) in “Kamarpukur” village of Hugli district in West Bengal. His father’s name was Kshudiram Chattopadhyaya and mother’s name was Chandra Devi. His family was

Akka Mahadevi holds a similar position in the women saints of India similar to the one that is available to Meerabai and Andaal. She was a great devotee of Lord Shiva and sacreficed everything in her life for the love of lord.

Swami Ramtirth is the great spiritual person of India’s Saint Tradition, who in the start of 20th century had influenced everyone with his spiritual power. The story of Shri Ramtirth’s life is a live example of a picture of India and Indian devotion system. Shri

Akka Mahadevi holds a similar position in the women saints of India similar to the one that is available to Meerabai and Andaal. She was a great devotee of Lord Shiva and sacreficed everything in her life for the love of lord.

There is an important description of Vir-Shaiv (pertaining to lord Shiva) theory in Vedas, Upanishads and Puranas. This theory is also known as Shiva-dvait theory or Shakti-vishishta-dvait theory. After the origin of this universe, five epithets of lord Shiva namely Shri Renuk, Daruk, Ghantakarn, Dhenukarn

Post the incarnation of Shri Chaitanya MahaPrabhu, there were three saints who took forward the Bhakti Movement and filled up the void. These were Sanatan Goswami, Roop Goswami and Jeev Goswami. Roop was the younger brother of Sanatan whereas Jeev was the son their youngest