The advent of the lord supreme, Ram Navami. On this auspicious day, Bhagwan Vishnu took his seventh incarnation and arrived in this mortal realm as Dashrath & Kaushalya’s son; Ram. Mostly revered as Maryada Purshottam, his regime is still remembered as the paradigm of perfect
Shri Yamunacharya had five intimate disciples- Kanchipurna, Mahapurna, Goshthipurna, Maladhar and Varrang. All these five were genius in knowledge and devotion towards God. Shri Kanchipurna’s worship was the most laudable.
Shri Kuresh lived in Kur-agrahaar, two miles west to Kanchipur in Tamilnadu. He was a rich Brahmin born in Vatsa Gotra (lineage). Some people believed him to be born in Harit Gotra. Being the jamindaar of Kuru-Agrahaar village he was named “Kurunaath” or “Kuru”.
Meerabai is the greatest inspiring lady saint whose creations are sung in every house in India. “Mere to Giridhar Gopal dusara na koi.” “My beloved is the upholder of the Mountain (Govardhan), Lord Krishna, no one else”. Meerabai is an ideal personality for every Indian
Shri Nathamuni was the greatest saint of modern Vaishnav religion, who brought in the foreground the creations of Azhwarons, which had vanished with time and also created awareness in the Vaishnavas and set a path for the future acharyas (saints) of Vaishnav Sampraday (sect). It
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.
Shri Nimbark was the founder saint of “Nimbark Sampraday” (sect). His sect also became famous in the name of “Sankadi Sampraday”. Shri Nimbark is believed to be the incarnation of Surya Dev. Few people believe him to be the incarnation of lord’s favourite weapon
Alwar (in pure Tamil “Azhwar”) means, one who immerses himself deeply in devotion and bhakti towards the Lord Sriya Pati Sriman Narayan (Vishnu). These devotee saints are called Alwar. There are twelve of these Alwars. These were the first saints of South India born at
Shri Raja Kulshekhar Azhwar was born in Punarvasu nakshatra on shukla paksh dwadasi of the Falgun month at Cholpattan in Kerala (Malabar) state. His father’s name was Dhidavradhan and mother was Nadhanayagi. His father was the King of Chera Rajya (empire).
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