Two great losses in March


Thanks to Sri Suryanarayanan for the photo.

It is truly a great loss to our Hinduism. Both these Mahans left us within few days apart. We need their continued blessings.

Our namaskarams to them!

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9 replies

  1. Siddhi Thithi of Sri Jayendra Saraswathi Swamigal is Maasi Maasa Sukla Paksha Thrayodasi. Let us not get confused by interpolating our Hindu (in this case – Souramaana Samvatsaram) Calendar with that of the one used for day to day conduct of affairs-English (Gregarion). Both our Aacharyas viz: Jayendra Saraswathi Swamigal and Sri Ranga Ramaanuja Mahadesika Swamigal are revered Gurus and all of us- particularly Hindus, whatever be the caste denomination owe a Great Deal to Them. Aachaaryan is one who shows the right way to lead our Life both by example and precept. All our Aachaaryas, past, present and even future Aachaaryaas will surely guide us on the right path. Only thing is we must unconditionally surrender at their Holy Feet and for a person, the Guru is THE PERSONIFICATION OF BHAGAVAN,

  2. who is the other Mahan in this photo please
    Sakuntala

  3. ஓம் நமசிவாய! ஓம் நமோ நாராயணாய!

  4. Mahaans’ blessings should be endowed on us all. Pranams to all including another Mahaan recently attained siddhi.

  5. It should be ‘gained’ rather. From their Brindavanam (a) Adhishtanam – in their sookshma sareeram – they are present forever, wherever and with whomsoever that are thinking of them and blessing instantly. Hitherto they were at least apparently limited by distance – henceforth not.

  6. Pudhu Periyava’s Siddhi date is February 28th….

    HARA HARA SHANKARA JAYA JAYA SHANKARA

    • Adishtana pravesam was in March

      • Shri Matam uses only Shukla Trayodashi – 28 Feb. 2018 as Siddhi date of Sri Periavaa. While using words like “we lost in March 2018” let us be careful. There is no mention of Siddhi date or Brindavana Pravesham in the original post or photo. To avoid confusion, let us specify only the siddhi date which the Shri Matam clearly specifies as Feb 28 2018

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