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Swami Ramtirtha: The Master Of Vedanta

Swami Ramtirtha: The Master Of Vedanta

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Swami Ramtirtha was a great philosopher and preacher. His entire life was very unique and inspirational. He made "Advaita Vedanta" very simple and placed it in front of the public in such a way that even a simple-minded person could benefit from it. He showed human beings the path of truth by giving them practical education of sacrifice, self-confidence, action, loyalty, fearlessness, perseverance, unity, and universal love. Not only the teachings of Swami Ramtirtha, but his whole life is Vedanta-Maya and instructive. Early life Swami Ramtirtha Swami Ramtirtha was born on 22 October 1873 in the Murariwala village of Gujranwala district of Punjab. His father Gonsai Hiranand used to make a living for his family by doing priesthood. His family was related to the lineage of Goswami...
Importance Of Morning Bath According To Purans

Importance Of Morning Bath According To Purans

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In Kurma Purana Adhyay 18, Shlok 6 to 9, it is said that- Everyone praises the morning bath, which gives visible and unseen results. Saliva flows continuously from the sleeping person’s mouth, so wake up in the morning and take bath. There is no way for a man to become pure without a bath. Therefore, bathing is said to be especially important at the time of the Holocaust and chant. source: shutterstock.com Meaning of being pure Sanctification contributes to keeping the body healthy, the mind happy, and the soul pure. Bathing with the purity of both body and mind is considered to have a special meaning. Purity is both external and internal. The purification of the body and clothes by water, mud, and soap is considered external purity. Whereas giving up lust, anger, mind, attachme