DEVOTIONAL MYSTICISM BY SAINTS AND SAGES

Hari Om Let me advert first to the Alvar saints of the South, the earliest of whom belonged to the second and the latest to the tenth century, A. D. They all wrote psalms or songs in Tamil, a Dravidian tongue of South India. They were inspired by the teachings of Vaishnavism when it travelled … Continue reading DEVOTIONAL MYSTICISM BY SAINTS AND SAGES

Namdev – The Famous Saint of Mediaeval India

Hari Om Namdev of Maharashtra was a saint of mediaeval India. He was not a servant of Lord Krishna, but His companion. Namdev was an Amsa (part) of Lord Krishna. Introduction Namdev was a contemporary of Jnanadev, the famous saint of Maharashtra, being his senior in age by about five years. He was born in … Continue reading Namdev – The Famous Saint of Mediaeval India

Nama Sankeerthanam is the easiest path to attain salvation in Kali Yuga

Hari Om In the Kali Yuga, as per Vedic scriptures, people generally are not interested in doing or upholding any dharmas. The concept of Dharma will lose its foot hold in Kali Yuga. Kali Yuga is a period of decadence of all Dharma by all sects of people. The following are few dhosha gunas (improper … Continue reading Nama Sankeerthanam is the easiest path to attain salvation in Kali Yuga