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Saints and sages of India

G. R. Sholapurkar

Saints and sages of India

by G. R. Sholapurkar

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Published by Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan in Delhi, India .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Saints -- India -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementG.R. Sholapurkar.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBL2003 .S474 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 403 p. ;
      Number of Pages403
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1369937M
      LC Control Number92900931

      Gurus and Saints. According to 15th-century Indian mystic poet and saint, Kabir, "If all the land were turned to paper and all the seas turned to ink, and all the forests into pens to write with, they would still not suffice to describe the greatness of the guru.".   Book throws new light on India’s mystics and their message TNN | Updated: Jun 6, , IST 'Encyclopedia of Saints and Sages Volume 2,' .

      Death Must Die gives an intimate first-hand account of a courageous woman’s spiritual quest in close association with several of India’s greatest modern saints. Unfolding against the back-drop of Banaras in thes, where she lived as a teacher and musician, we are given an in-depth picture of her intense relationship with the. Shri Brahmarshi Vishwamitra is considered to be one of the most revered rishis (sages) of the ancient India.. As per the Puranas, there have been only 24 Rishis in India who have the Gayatri is believed that Sage Vishwamitra is the first saint of the 24 saints, and Sage Yajnavalkya the last. He also claims the distinction of being the author of the majority portion of the Mandala 3.

      Addeddate Identifier Identifier-ark ark://t1nh Ocr ABBYY FineReader Ppi Scanner Internet Archive Python library dev4. regarded as India's most popular and revered holy man. Some of these thousands were attracted by the peace they felt in his presence, others by the authoritative way in which he guided spiritual seekers and interpreted religious teachings, and some merely came to tell him their problems. Whatever their reasons forFile Size: KB.


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Saints and sages of India. Delhi, India: Bharatiya Vidya Prakashan, (OCoLC) Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G R Sholapurkar. Find more information about: OCLC Number: # Saints--India\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lesser, R.

Saints and sages of India. New Delhi: Intercultural Publications, (OCoLC) Back of the Book Great soul has walked on this holy land of ours that today know as India. This book is an attempt to chronicle the lives and teaching of those sages and saints. Their number is large enough to give the book an encyclopedic from.

The book covers a span as long as the creation itself. All the epochs of Hindu mythology have been covered, viz satya., Satya Yoga, Treta, Dwapar and. The Great Sages/Seers/Saints of India. In this book we shall read about the life and works of some of the greatest sages, seers and saints of ancient India who have left an indelible mark on the sands of time and history.

Eras have changed, the sand of time has shifted like the sand dunes of a desert,File Size: KB. - Buy Encyclopedia of Indian Saints and Sages book online at best prices in india on Read Encyclopedia of Indian Saints and Sages book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5(4).

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Encyclopedia of Mystics, Saints & Sages: A Guide to Asking for Protection, Wealth, Happiness, and Everything Else!/5(79). Back of the Book Since time immemorial, India has been the land of great saints and sages who have contributed immensely towards ‘the philosophical and spiritual knowledge of mankind.

The book, Eminent Indians: Saints and Sages, contains, in addition to a detailed Preface highlighting the contributions of divine figures over the years, an exposition of the philosophical and spiritual.

The event was followed by the unveiling of Times of India Group chairperson Indu Jain’s latest book 'Encyclopedia of Indian Saints and Sages: Volume 2’.

The book is a continuation of Ms Jain’s previous work ‘Encyclopedia of Indian Saints and Sages’ which was co-written with the author N K Prasad and was launched in The book is all the more interesting because we follow them through many fascinating experiences in India.

For example, not only are they taught the importance of ahimsa, respect for all life, but they face the challenges of respecting the lives of the rats and cockroaches who share their space in the ashram.5/5(15). Indian Saints and Sages presents in short the celestial power, and miraculous and supernatural wonders by numerous Saints who were enlightened and brilliant persons with blissful souls.

Their appearance was divine and the departure sublime. Most of them took SamÄ dhi alive and in the presence of many; some entered the caves and never returned back, some changed into blazing light and. In the book, Ganesan gives a very clear and powerful narration of details of how he met those noble Sages and Saints – twenty-five of them – by apportioning each article into three sections: 'Life of the Sage,' 'Teaching of the Sage' and 'The Sage and Me.’ Ganesan assures each reader that while the 'Life' and 'Teaching' are very important.

This event was followed by the unveiling of Times of India Group chairperson Indu Jain’s latest book 'Encyclopedia of Indian Saints and Sages: Volume 2’. The book is a continuation of Ms Jain’s previous work ‘Encyclopedia of Indian Saints and Sages’ which was co-written with the author N K Prasad and was launched in   Saints of by HH swami chidananda of divine life society.

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Illustrated Story - Great Personality - Narada Muni. And it’s very interesting to know about some of the prominent ancient sages of India. Well, here we present brief descriptions of the five most prominent Indian sages and saints: 1.

Vishvamitra - The Founder Of The Powerful Gayatri Mantra. Well, among the ancient Indian sages, Vishvamitra occupies a very prominent place. This book intrigued me so much as it talks about the two great sages of India whom I revere so much.

I wanted to read since I thought I would know more about these saints in detail. The author critically analyses the experiences and visions of Sri Ramakrishna and Maharishi Ramana/5. This page is devoted to introducing westerners to teachers from different Indian religious traditions.

It consists of pictures and short life-stories of charismatic seekers, saints, teachers, and gurus from the 19th and 20th centuries who trace their religious origins to India. Stories of Indian Saints Volume I+II (in one book) is the translation of the Indian classic by Mahapati’s Marathi, Bhaktavihaya.

Mahipati was a Brahman born in Ahmednagar in He became interested in the lives of those who had given up their secular lives and he began to collect and write down the biographies of the Bhaktas (those who with love and devotion worships God).There is no caste among saints and sages.

Cobblers, weavers and untouchables had become saints. Saints, to whatever clime they may belong, have left their footprints on the sands of time, so that others, who are true and faithful, may follow their track in search of the Eternal Truth. Their lives have ever remained an inspiration to us.Encyclopedia of Mystics, Saints Sages book.

Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. World-class spell collector, fortune teller, p /5.