॥ परमारथ के कारने साधुन धरा सरीर॥ – Jagadguru Rāmānandācārya Svāmī Rāmabhadrācārya


॥ परमारथ के कारने साधुन धरा सरीर ॥

Saints incarnate in a body for the ultimate purpose — Hindi couplet

Early Life


Jagadguru Rāmānandācārya Svāmī Rāmabhadrācārya incarnated in a most pious Sarayupārīṇa Brāhmaṇa family of Vaśiṣṭha Gotra in Shandikhurd village of Jaunpur district in the state of Uttar Pradesh, India. He took birth in the wee hours of the Makara Saṅkrānti day of January 14, 1950 (Māgha Kṛṣṇa Ekādaśī, Vikrama Saṃvat 2006), born to mother Śacī Devī Miśra and father Paṇḍita Rājadeva Miśra. He was named as Giridhara (a name of Lord Kṛṣṇa) by a cousin of his paternal grandfather, who was a devotee of Mirābaī.

Loss of physical eyesight

The one Lord of the universe, Śrī Rāma, wished Giridhara not to see the horrors of Kaliyuga, but regale in the sight of mother Sītā and Lord Rāma through divine internal vision; the very same vision with which Arjuna and Sañjaya saw the universal form of the Lord in the battlefield of Kurukṣetra. At the age of two months, the lotus-eyes of the infant were infected with Trachoma. Modern medicine was unavailable in the village in those days, and local treatment was tried. Giridhara lost his physical eyesight for ever, and has since then perceived everything through his divine sight. He never had to read or write in any way, and nor did he have to ever use the Braille system. Mastering a scripture by listening to just a single recitation and composing beautiful poetry by dictating is nothing for somebody who has the grace of the Lord Rāma.

Initial Education

Giridhara’s initial education was at home from his grandfather, Paṇḍita Sūryabalī Miśra. With a remarkable memory, Giridhara memorized the entire Bhagavad Gītā in Saṃskṛta (approximately 800 verses) with chapter and verse numbers by the age of five years. By the age of eight years, he had memorized the entire Rāmacaritamānasa of Saint Tulasīdāsa (approximately 10,800 verses) assisted by the efforts of his grandfather. Later, he went on to memorize and master the Vedas, the Upaniṣads, the Bhāgavata Purāṅa, major works of Saṃskṛta grammar, and all works of the poet-saint Tulasīdāsa. His Upanayana Saṃskāra was performed on the Nirjala Ekādaśī day of June 24, 1961. On this day, besides being given the Gāyatrī Mantra, he was initiated (given Dīkṣā) into the mantra of Rāma by Paṇḍita Īśvaradāsa Mahārāja of Ayodhyā.

Higher Education

In 1966, a teenaged Giridhara Miśra joined the Ādarśa Gauriśaṅkara Saṃskṛta Mahāvidyālaya in Jaunpur to study Saṃskṛta grammar and other subjects for five years. Possessing the Ekaśruta ability to remember everything which one listens to once, he topped his class for five years. In 1971, the handsome and young Giridhara enrolled at the Sampūrṇānanda Saṃskṛta Viśvavidyālaya in Vārāṇasī for higher studies. In 1973, he visited New Delhi to participate in various national-level Sanskrit competitions in the Akhila Bhāratīya Saṃskṛta Adhiveśana, and won five gold medals in Vyākarana, Sāṅkhya, Nyāya, Vedānta and Antyākṣarī. Impressed by his unparalleled genius, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi offered to send him to the USA for treatment of eyes, but Giridhara Miśra politely turned down this offer. In 1973 and 1976 respectively, he topped the Śāstrī (Bachelors) and Ācārya (Masters) examinations in Vyākaraṇa from the Sampūrṇānanda Saṃskṛta Viśvavidyālaya with gold medals. In an unprecedented move, he was declared Ācārya of all subjects taught at the university for his all-round scholarship. Working with Paṇḍita Rāmaprasāda Tripāṭhī, he completed his doctoral Vidyāvāridhi degree (PhD) in 1981 from Sampūrṇānanda Saṃskṛta Viśvavidyālaya with the Saṃskṛta dissertation titledAdhyātmarāmāyaṇe Apāṇinīyaprayogānāṃ Vimarśaḥ, a deliberation on non-Paninian usages in the Adhyātma Rāmāyaṇe. Later in 1997 he was awarded the post-doctoral Vācaspati degree (DLitt) by the same university for the Saṃskṛta dissertation Aṣṭādhyāyyāḥ Pratisūtraṃ Śābdabodhasamīkṣaṇam, in which he explained the grammar of Aṣṭādhyāyī in lucid verses.

Life after Virakta Dīkṣā

Tulasī Pīṭha

Dr. Giridhara Miśra did not enter into matrimony, and has followed Vīravrata – the vow of the brave – lifelong Brahmacarya. He took Vairagī initiation (Virakta Dīkṣā) in the Rāmānanda Sampradāya on the Kārtika full-moon day of November 19, 1983. Following the tradition of the Sampradāya, he was given an apt Vaiṣṇava name – Rāmabhadrādāsa, meaning the servant of the auspicious Rāma. In 1987, he established Tulasī Pīṭha (the seat of Tulasī, the plant dear to Vaiṣṇavas) at Citrakūṭa, modern-day Uttar Pradesh, where Lord Rāma spent twelve out of his fourteen years of exile. As the founder of the seat, the title of Śrīcitrakūṭatulasīpīṭhādhīśvara was bestowed upon him by saints and intellectuals.


Jagadguru (Saṃskṛta, literally the preceptor of the world), is a term used in the Sanātana Dharma used for somebody who possesses complete knowledge and understanding of Vedic scriptures. The term has traditionally been conferred upon Ācaryas of Vedānta who composed Saṃskṛta commentaries on the three principal scriptures of Vedānta (also called the Prasthānatrayī) — the Brahma Sūtra, the Bhagavad Gītā and the principal Upaniṣads). In medieval history, there were six such Ācaryas who were bestowed with the title of Jagadguru — Śaṅkarācārya, Nimbārkācārya, Rāmānujācārya, Madhvācārya, Rāmānandācārya and Vallabhācārya. After Vallabhācārya, the Jagadguru tradition in Vedānta was lost – nobody wrote Saṃskṛta commentaries on the Prasthānatrayī for the next five centuries.

Jagadguru Rāmānandācārya founded the Rāmānanda Sampradāya and composed the Ānandabhāṣya on the Prasthānatrayī. He was Lord Rāma’s incarnation in Kaliyuga.

। रामानन्दः स्वयं रामः प्रादुर्भूतो महीतले ।

The successors of Rāmānandācārya are bestowed with the title of Jagadguru Rāmānandācārya. Svāmī Rāmabhadrādāsa was chosen as Jagadguru Ramānandācārya in 1989, and was ritually anointed in Ayodhya on August 1, 1995. He then wrote Saṃskṛta commentaries titled Śrīrāghavakṛpābhāṣya on Brahma Sūtra, Bhagavad Gītā and eleven Upaniṣads. Svāmī Rāmabhadrācārya thus revived the Jagadguru tradition after 500 years, and also gave the Rāmānanda Sampradāya its second interpretation of Vedānta (after Ānandabhāṣya).

The grace of Sarasvatī

As a young child, Giridhara used to compose poetry in Prākṛta and Saṃskṛta effortlessly. While learning from his grandfather, he used to compose verses reflecting his emotions and view on the subject. Throughout his life, Jagadguru Rāmabhadrācārya speaks 22 languages, and is a spontaneous composer and poet (Āśukavi) in many Indian languages. He has to-date composed more than 80 Granthas and innumerable minor works. His magna opera include four epic poems; commentaries on Prasthānatrayī, Aṣṭādhyāyī and Rāmacaritamānasa; and a critical edition of the Rāmacaritamānasa.

A university solely for the differently-abled

Jagadguru Rāmabhadrācārya, who has himself been through the harsh ways our society treats the disabled, took a decision to establish an institution of higher learning solely for the disabled. After starting a primary a secondary school for disables, he established the Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Handicapped University in Chitrakut in 2002. Svāmī Rāmabhadrācārya is the life-long chancellor of the university. The university offers graduate and post-graduate courses in Sanskrit, Hindi, English, Sociology, Psychology, Music, Drawing and Painting, Fine Arts, Special Education, Education, History, Culture & Archeology, Computer & Information Sciences, Vocational Education, Law, Economics and Prosthetics & Orthotics. The education is provided at nominal cost to visually impaired, hearing impaired and mobility impaired students as defined by the Disability Act of the Government of India, 1995. To date Jagadguru Rāmabhadrācārya guides the day-to-day functioning of the university.

Deposition on behalf of Lord Rāma in Ayodhyā case

In the year 2003, Jagadguru Rāmabhadrācārya deposed as an expert witness for religious matters in the Allahabad High Court. As the infant Rāma is a minor, Jagadguru Rāmabhadrācārya, being a descendant of sage Vaśiṣṭha and thus a Brāhmaṇa from the Gurukula of Lord Rāma, defended the Lord in the case. Portions of his affidavit and cross-examination are quoted in the final judgement by the High Court. In his affidavit, he cited the ancient Hindu scriptures (Vālmīki’s Rāmāyaṇa, Rāmatāpanīya Upaniṣad, Skanda Purāṇa, Yajurveda, Atharvaveda, et cetera) describing Ayodhyā as a city holy to Hindus and the birthplace of Rāma. He cited verses from two works of Tulasīdāsa – eight verses from the Dohā Śataka which describe the destruction of a temple and construction of mosque at the disputed site in 1528 CE, and one verse from Kavitāvalī which mentions the disputed site. Refuting the theory of the original temple being to the North of the disputed area (as pleaded by the pro-mosque parties), he described the boundaries of the Janmabhūmi as mentioned in the Ayodhyā Māhātmya section of Skanda Purāṇa, which tallied with the present location of disputed area as noted by Justice Sudhir Agarwal. The verdict on September 30, 2010, ruled in the favour of Lord Rāma – the prayers of crores of Hindus were answered, and Jagadguru Rāmabhadrācārya’s testimony was vindicated.

Critical Edition of the Rāmcaritamānasa

The Rāmcaritamānasa, consisting of around 10,800 verses, was composed by Tulasīdāsa in the late sixteenth century. Over 400 years, it became extremely popular in northern India. Numerous editions of the epic are in existence, including older editions like the Venkatesh Press and Khemraj Prakashan editions, and newer editions like the Gita Press, Motilal Banarsidass, Kaudorama, Rameshvara Bhatta, Jvalaprasad, Kapurthala and Patna editions. Commentaries include Mānasapīyūṣa, Mānasagūḍhārthacandrikā, Mānasa-mayaṃka, Vināyakī, Vijayā and Bālabodhinī. There are many places where these editions differ in the number of verses, the original text, and spelling and grammar. Some editions, including the Motilal Banarsidass edition, contain an additional eighth Kanda as a supplement. In the twentieth century, critical editions of the Mahābhārata and Vālmīki’s Rāmāyaṇa were published by Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute and Maharaja Sayajirao University, but no critical edition was available for the Rāmcaritamānasa, an epic of similar importance for crores of Hindus. Svamī Rāmabhadrācārya, who has done more than 4,000 recitations of the entire Rāmcaritamānasa since childhood, took upon this onus. He came out with a critical edition of the Rāmcaritamānasa, after studying as many as fifty different editions during eight years of his research. This edition is known as the Tulsi Peeth edition and was printed in 2006. It is believed by the Rāghava Parivāra to be the exact word of Tulasīdāsa.

Saint of our times

Saint, commentator, poet, visionary, leader, orator, singer, educationist, reformer, example for the disabled — the list is endless. नेति नेति Not thus, not thus. No description of Jagadguru Rāmabhadrācārya can be ever perfect and complete. He is the saint of our times and we are honoured to see him in flesh and blood.

॥ परोपकाराय सतां विभूतयः ॥

The superhuman powers of saints are for the benefit of others — Sanskrit maxim

© Copyright 2011 Shri Tulsi Peeth Seva Nyas, All Rights Reserved.

About dhavalrajgeera

Physician who is providing free service to the needy since 1971. Rajendra M. Trivedi, M.D. who is Yoga East Medical Advisor www.yogaeast.net/index.htm http://www.yogaeast.net/index.htm Graduated in 1968 from B. J. Medical College, Amadavad, India. Post Graduate training in Neurological Surgery from Charles University in Czechoslovakia. 1969 - 71. and received Czechoslovakian Government Scholarship. Completed training at the Cambridge Hospital and Harvard University in Psychiatry. Rajendra M. trivedi is an Attending Psychiatrist at Baldpate Hospital. He is the Medical Director of CCA and Pain Center in Stoneham, MA where he has been serving the community since 1971 as a Physician. OTHER AFFILIATIONS: Lifer of APA - American Psychiatrist Association Senior Physician and Volunteer with Massachusetts Medical Society and a Deligate of the Middlesex District. www.massmed.org Patron member of AAPI - American Association of PHYSICIANS OF INDIA. LIFE MEMBER OF IMANE - Indian Medical Association of New England. Member of the Board of Advisors "SAHELI, Boston,MA. www.saheliboston.org/About1/A_Board Dr. Trivedi is working closely with the Perkin's School for the Blind. www.perkins.org. Dr. Trivedi is a Life member and Honorary Volunteer for the Fund Raising Contact for North America of BPA - Blind People Association of Amadavad, India. www.bpaindia.org Dr.Trivedi is the Medical Advisor for Yoga East since 1993. He is a Physician who started Health Screening and Consultation At Shri Dwarkami Clinic in Billerica, MA. https://www.dwarkamai.com/health-and-wellness

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  1. We love you…..

    Virudavali of Guruji

    ॥ श्रीसीतारामपदपद्ममकरन्दमधुव्रतश्रीसम्प्रदायप्रवर्तकसकलशास्त्रार्थमहार्णवमन्दरमतिश्रीमदाद्य– जगद्गुरुरामानन्दाचार्यचरणारविन्दचञ्चरीकाः समस्तवैष्णवालङ्कारभूताः आर्षवाङ्मयनिगमागमपुराणेतिहाससन्निहितगम्भीरतत्त्वान्वेषणतत्पराः पदवाक्यप्रमाणपारावारीणाः साङ्ख्ययोगन्यायवैशेषिकपूर्वमीमांसावेदान्तनारदशाण्डिल्यभक्तिसूत्रगीतावाल्मीकीयरामायणभागवतादि– सिद्धान्तबोधपुरःसरसमधिकृताशेषतुलसीदाससाहित्यसौहित्यस्वाध्यायप्रवचनव्याख्यानपरमप्रवीणाः सनातनधर्मसंरक्षणधुरीणाः चतुराश्रमचातुर्वर्ण्यमर्यादासंरक्षणविचक्षणाः अनाद्यविच्छिन्नसद्गुरुपरम्पराप्राप्तश्रीमत्सीतारामभक्तिभागीरथीविगाहनविमलीकृतमानसाः श्रीमद्रामचरित्रमानसराजमरालाः सततं शिशुराघवलालनतत्पराः समस्तप्राच्यप्रतीच्यविद्याविनोदितविपश्चितः राष्ट्रभाषागीर्वाणगिरामहाकवयः विद्वन्मूर्धन्याः श्रीमद्रामप्रेमसाधनाधनधन्याः श्रोत्रियब्रह्मनिष्ठाः प्रस्थानत्रयीभाष्यकाराः महामहोपाध्यायाः वाचस्पतयः जगद्गुरुरामभद्राचार्यविकलाङ्गविश्वविद्यालयस्य जीवनपर्यन्तकुलाधिपतयः श्रीचित्रकूटस्थमन्दाकिनीविमलपुलिननिवासिनः श्रीतुलसीपीठाधीश्वराः धर्मचक्रवर्तिनः श्रीमज्जगद्गुरुरामानन्दाचार्याः अनन्तश्रीसमलङ्कृतस्वामिरामभद्राचार्यमहाराजाः विजयन्तेतराम् ॥

    May the great emperor Svāmī Śrī Rāmabhadrācārya, who is –

    · especially adorned with infinite Śrī honorifics;

    · the bumblebee for the lotus feet of the venerable first Jagadguru Rāmānandācārya who was the bumblebee for the nectar of the lotus-feet of mother Sītā and Lord Rāma and who was the founder of the Śrī Sampradāya and whose intellect was like the Mandara mount for churning the great ocean of the essence of all scriptures;

    · the true adornment of all Vaiṣṇavas;

    · devoted to the investigation of deep truths present in the eloquent speech of the Ṛṣis – all of Veda, Vyākaraṇa, Tantra, Purāṇa, and Itihāsa;

    · familiar with the furthest shore of the ocean of words, sentences and the means of knowledge;

    · the acclaimed forerunner in understanding of the canons of Sāṅkhya, Yoga, Nyāya, Vaiśeṣika, Pūrva Mīmāṃsā, Vedānta, Nārada Bhakti Sūtra, Śāṇḍilya Bhakti Sūtra, Bhagavad Gītā, Vālmīki Rāmāyaṇa, Śrīmadbhāgavata, and the most skilled in comprehensive self-study, discoursing and expounding of the complete works of Gosvāmī Tulasīdāsa;

    · the bearer of the onus for protection of the Sanātana Dharma;

    · dexterous in the preservation of propriety of the four Āśramas and the four Varṅas;

    · unblemished in mind because of bathing in the Ganges of the venerable Bhakti of mother Sītā and Lord Rāma obtained through a lineage of Sadgurus unbroken since time immemorial;

    · the royal swan in the Rāmacaritamānasa, the lake of the acts of Lord Rāma;

    · ever devoted to caressing the infant Lord Rāma;

    · the dispeller (conquerer) of all the learned in the philosophy of the Orient and the Occident;

    · the great poet in the language of the nation (Hindi) and the language of the gods (Saṃskṛta);

    · the first among the wise;

    · abounding with the wealth of the love and adoration of Lord Rāma with mother Sītā;

    · the crest-jewel among the connoisseurs of the scriptural dialectics;

    · the foremost among the supreme ascetics, the wandering monks, the preceptors and the carriers of the Tridaṇḍa;

    · learned in the Veda and absorbed in the comtemplation of Brahman;

    · the author of commentaries on the Prasthānatrayī (the Brahma Sūtra, the Bhagavad Gītā and the principal Upaniṣads);

    · the greatest of the great teacher;

    · the master of speech;

    · the life-long chancellor of the Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Handicapped University;

    · a resident on the pure banks of the river Mandākinī situated in Citrakūṭa;

    · the presiding chair of the Tulsi Peeth;

    · the sovereign king of Dharma;

    · the venerable Jagadguru Rāmānandācārya;

    – be victorious

  2. Pujya Buaji +91 94509 16650 Email: namoraghavay@gmail.com

    Pujya Buaji,

    After seeing the website http://www.jagadgururambhadracharya.org/videos/ahalyoddhar?id=1


    And listing Pujya Jagadgururambhadracharyaji we put the information in “Tulsidal.”

    The Service you provide to people with physical disabilities brought us back to the work our family started with many unsung heroes Volunteers and Donors..

    Visionary Padmashri Jagdish Kashibhai Patel started this as a Club house for the Blind in Raipur, Amadavad in 1954.

    Now, The same “Blind People Association” in Amadavad, India is serving as one of the largest organization for people with all disabilities.

    We love to invite you.

    Our website is http://www.bpaindia.org


    Rajendra Trivedi, M.D.


    cc Dr. Bhushan Punani
    Answer on August 12th 2011

    Trivedi Ji

    Thank you for your email, we will pass on the invite to Guruji.
    Thanks, Nityanand Misra
    For “Tulse Peeth”

    On Thu, Aug 11, 2011 at 9:20 PM, Dr. Rajendra Trivedi, M.D. wrote:

    Attn: Pujya Buaji +91 94509 16650 Email: namoraghavay@gmail.com

  3. Pujya Guruji and Dear family,

    We are living in Boston and Our services are based in Amadavad at BPA .The website is http://www.bpaindia.org
    We have put Guruji’s Work in Tulsidal.


    Rajendra and Trivedi Parivar

  4. This is the E Mail from Nityanand Mishraji to Tulsidal….

    Rajendra ji

    Thank you so much for putting Guruji’s biography and website link on your beautiful Tulsidal website. Next time when you come to India, please do try to visit Guruji and meet him. He will be very pleased to know the noble work you have done for blind people in Ahmedabad. You may want to speak directly to Buaji at +91-9450916650 to confirm Guruji’s programmes – Guruji lives in Chitrakuta, but also travels a lot for his Katha programmes. If you have not already spoken with Guruji, I would recommend you to speak with Guruji at least once – he considers the disabled to be his God, and would be indeed extremely delighted to know about your efforts in the service of the disabled. In Guruji’s words,

    मानवता ही मेरा मन्दिर, मैं हूँ इसका एक पुजारी
    हैं विकलांग महेश्वर मेरे, मैं हूँ इनका कृपा भिखारी

    And also in Tulsidas’s words

    बदउँ सीता राम पद जिन्हहि परम प्रिय खिन्न

    I have lived in Ahmedabad for four years, very close to the Blind Men’s Association crossroads near Vastrapur. It’s really a small world. I visited your website and it is very well made – I will forward the links to people I know who might be interested in helping this noble cause. I also liked the facility of online donation that you have on your website, and we will put the link to the BPA website on Guruji’s website in an External Links page. I will also send you a short presentation on the Jagadguru Rambhadracharya Handicapped University – I will request you to forward it to your friends who might be interested. The journey of Guruji from a small village to the seat of Jagadguru is inspiring to all of us, and it would be great if you can share his life journey with the visually impaired in Ahmedabad. Guruji also has a small Ashram in Rajkot for your information.

    All organizations working for the disabled stand to learn from each others experience and gain from each others resources. In this regard I would also like to speak to you regarding online donations – as we are trying to have the same on our website for JRHU. What is a good time to speak to you and what number can I call you at.

    Since you are fluent in Gujarati, I would like to ask a favour from you. Could you please proofread the article on Guruji on Gujarati Wikipedia – it is under here. The article is the featured article on Hindi, Sanskrit and Pali Wikipedias and we recently translated it from Hindi into Gujarati to spread the noble message. Since none of our volunteers know Gujarati very well, I woudl like to request you to proofread the article and correct spelling and grammatical mistakes if you could take out some time. Tulsi Peeth and entire Raghav Parivar will be indebted to you for this.

    Thanks again,

    Nityanand Misra
    A volunteer for Tulsi Peeth

  5. Shri Nityanandji,

    Our Home Telephone is 781 391 3639, One day we will meet and talk to Guruji and you all.
    We love to visit Guruji, JRHU and work for the good cause Chitrakuta, Bharat.
    BPA was started by my wife Geeta’s oldest brother in 1954, who is the visionary and Founder of BPA
    It was with four blind including Padmashree Jagdish Kashibhai Patel.
    He lost his vision at the age of Eight years. He was born in Virsad,Gujarat and lived in Calcutta where his father was a well known Physician..
    Later family moved to Ahmadabad in early 40’s.
    Dr. Kashibhai I. Patel sends Jagdishbhai to Bombay for the School of Physiotherapy.
    Jadishbhai practiced as a Physiotherapist.
    He and my older brother Dr. Jitendra M. Trivedi became friends in 1957.
    My brother helped Jagdishbhai to receive B.A,
    Later, Jagdishbhai got married in 1959.
    He his wife Bhadra Satia and many unsung heroes like Jitubhai, Kanubhai Arvind Narotam. Initiated this work. In Kamesharni Pole, Raipur, Ahmadabad,India
    Jitubhai helped to start Secondary School for the Blind at Andhajan Mandal in Vastrapur, Ahmadabad.Now, Blind People Association
    In 1960 – By the blessing of my teacher of St.Xavier’s College Ahmadabad we were the reader and writers for the Blind students who were taking Secondary School certificate Examination.
    With Present team BPA to day is one of the largest in Asia, helping Disablled.
    We love the work BPA is doing.
    We are happy to see what Guruji is doing.
    We will be happy to join and work together with JRHU.
    God will help us to join with Guruji for the love Shri Ramji and service disabled world.


    Rajendra Trivedi, M.D.

    Dr. Rajendra M. Trivedi, MD
    Honorary Coordinator, Resource Mobilization – (U.S.A.)
    6 Rock Glen Road,
    Medford, Massachusetts, USA
    Telephone:781 391 3639

  6. Dear Nityanand,




    From: Nityanand Misra [mailto:nmisra@gmail.com]
    Sent: Saturday, August 20, 2011 7:28 AM
    To: rmtrivedi@comcast.net
    Subject: Re: Yoga East

    Dear Rajendraji,

    Thanks for the link. I am happy to inform you that Guruji’s article is now on the home page of Gujarati Wikipedia.

    Check out gu.wikipedia.org

    I will speak to Guruji and Buaji today about the prastaavana of your sister’s rendition of the Ramcharitmanad

    Thanks, NItyanand

    On Sat, Aug 20, 2011 at 4:49 AM, Dr. Rajendra Trivedi, M.D. wrote:


    Nityānanda Miśra

    || आत्मा तत्त्वमसि श्वेतकेतो ||
    (Thou art from/for/of/in That Ātman, O Śvetaketu)
    – Ṛṣi Uddālaka to his son, Chāndogyopaniṣad 6.8.7, The Sāma Veda

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