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Shri Sadguru Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj Punyatithi

Shri Sadguru Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj was an ardent disciple of Akkalkot Niwasi Shree Swami Samarth Maharaj and he had established his ashram in Pune. Shri Sadguru Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj Punyatithi is the day when Maharaj left his physical body on earth and merged with Parabrahma. Shri Sadguru Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj Punyatithi 2018 date is March 12.

Ramanand Beedkar Maharaj was born on November 22, 1839. From a very young age, Maharaj showed deep spiritual interest. When he was lost in the crowd, he was miraculously brought before the murti at PandarpurTemple and at SaptashrungiTemple in Nashik, arcenut and betel which was placed on the murti fell into the hands of young Ramanand.
He soon became a disciple of Shree Swami Samarth of Akkalkot and attained Vairagya – non-attachment.
Swami Samarth asked Shri Beedkar Maharaj to set up a Mutt in Pune and Maharaj worked tirelessly towards spreading the teachings of Swaroop Sampradaya.
He attained Mahasamadhi at Pune in 1913. This is ann…

Ganapati Atharvashirsha Text in pdf in Hindi with English Meaning

Ganapati Atharvashirsha, which begins with the lines Om Bhadram Karne, is a popular prayer dedicated to Sri Ganesha. This Atharvashirsha Text in pdf contains English meaning with text in Hindi. You can save it in pdf format, if you have pdf reader installed. It is chanted while performing prayers and rituals dedicated to Ganapati.
Link - Ganapati Atharvashirsha Text in pdf in Hindi with English meaning
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Magha Quotes

The foolish undertake a trifling act, and soon desist, discouraged; wise men engage in mighty works, and persevere.
A good man’s intellect is piercing, yet inflicts no wound; his actions are deliberate, yet bold; his heart is warm, but never burns; his speech is eloquent, yet ever true.
That energy which veils itself in mildness is most effective of its object.
Weak men gain their object when allied with strong associates: the brook reaches the ocean by the river’s aid. Magha - Sanskrit Poet.
Magha – one of the most popular Sanskrit poets in Medieval India. His famous poem is the Shishupalavadha.