Shri Shankar was born, according to the current tradition, on Vaisakha sudha panchami (around May) in the village Kaladi near Ernakulam in Kerala.
Shri Gaudpaad, was a writer of unique religious book of Vedant (one of the six systems of Hindu philosophy which is particularly based on the Upanishads), “Mandukya-Karika” is the one of the greatest books of Traditional Indian Saints. It is almost impossible to say about
One of the greatest saints of South India, Shri Pothana was born in 1400 AD (some people believe it to be 1450 to 1510) in a village named Bommera near Warangal in Andhra Pradesh. His fahter’s name was Ketana (Kesana) and mother’s name was Akkamamba
Shri Sureshwaracharya was the second most important disciple of Shri Aadi Shankaracharya whom Shri Shankaracharya had appointed as the Acharya at Shringeri Math in South India. He propogated the Advait theory established by Shri Shankar. Shri Sureshwar was not only an expert in Vedant (one
Vishnu is considered as the lord of maintaining the universe. The word Vishnu means – Prevailing all over. He has many names, he is also known as “HARI” which means – the one who relieves pain and sins. He is also known as Narayan. The