This day in 1907 …


Today is the most important day for all Periyava devotees. While we celebrate Anusham globally, for sanyasis, diksha dhina is very important. On Maasi Moolam in 1907, young Swaminathan took sanyasa to bless this whole world. As we heard from so many interviews and read in articles, struggle to run the matam itself was a huge challenge. At a tender age of 13, He was burdened with difficulties that no boy would have imagined. From that day till the last day, every breathe of Periyava was for the welfare of the humanity, revival of veda rakshanam and gho rakshanam amidst all hardship – all of us!

Let us carve out some time to do ashtotram and thotakashtakam to Periyava who is none other than Adi Acharya.

Our ananthakoti namaskaram to our ummachi thatha on this special day.

Don’t forget to watch live streaming from Orikkai and Adishtanam – thanks to Vignesh Studios!

Hará Hara Sankara Jaya Jaya Sankara!

Categories: Devotee Experiences

7 replies

  1. Maha Periyava ThiruvadigaLe CharaNam!

  2. There’s no chance to see him as in a person but it’s a blessing to be born during his era. Hara Hara Shankara Jaya Jaya Shankara.

  3. every hindu must take a pledge for contributions for go rakshanam, veda rakshanam and temple maintenanace on this day as a surrender for his services to devotes

  4. Nam Mahas Peryiavaa at such young age vowed to take sanyasa and because of his sheer will, Grace through such simple and humble living little our hearts with his divinity what more do we need to have been fortunate enough for having seen this Spiritual Power House having read his Divine Voice and Meditate on this God incarnate

    Maha Peryiavaa Saranam


  6. Hara Hara Sankara Jaya Jaya Sankara

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