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Mata Kalavati Devi Aai Punyatithi at Belgaum

Mata Kalavati Devi Aai (1908 – 1978) was a popular saint from the North Karnataka region in India. Mata Kalavati Devi Aai Punyatithi is the day when she left her physical body and merged with the Brahman (supreme truth). Mata Kalavati Devi Aai Punyatithi 2019 date is February 5. It is believed that Mataji’s father had a dream before her birth that Goddess Durga will be born to him.

From a very young age Mata Kalavati Devi Aai showed deep spiritual inclination and love and caring attitude for all living beings.

She got married at the age of fifteen but marriage did not last long as her husband died soon. She faced the hardships alone through intense devotion.

Shri Siddharudh Swami spotted her and realized the divinity her. Swamiji invited her to do satsang and she used mesmerize people with her words.

She then conducted satsang in many parts of the country. Finally she decided to settle at Angol in Belgaum and here she built Shri Harimandir. She compiled bhajans and teachings of numerous saints in the book titled ‘Parmartha Marg Pradeep.’ Another popular book she compiled was ‘Balopasana’ – prayers for children.

She preached equality of all living beings and taught householders how to attain Moksha by living in society.

The Punyatithi is observed on Magh Shukla Paksha Pratipada as per traditional Hindu calendar followed in Maharashtra.