Prabhu ji’s simplicity of Anecdotes, Similes, and Stories to explain a profound understanding of Veda or such works of Shri Shankaracharya in a short span of two hours was beyond expectations, perhaps limited to many for its absorption & assimilation. His example of Theatre Screen on which A movie is displayed was apt to understand the concept of ” Punarapi Jananam – Punarapi Maranam”
Yes, Shreeji breaks down complex subjects for us, but behind that is hours of patience, study and readings of scriptures, literature and books. When I attend or watch him speak, I think of a bee that collects nectar from right flowers and deposits it into a honeycomb. Remember, despite the tireless and selfless efforts, a bee never tastes honey, whereas it is the people [devotees and seekers] that do.
People were thronging to meet Shreeji. The Haveli and its compound were so full of people that even the Sadar Kotwal (Police Chief) – Sir Venkatramareddy had to wait in his car for hours before he could enter the compound. Suddenly, the telephone at the Haveli rang. The call was from King Kothi Palace. His Exalted Highness, the 7th Nizam had extended an invitation to Shreeji to come and bless him. Some people at the Haveli were anxious at the prospect of a Hindu saint visting the Muslim Prince. But Shreeji gladly accepted the invitation and asked Sir Kishan Pershad, the Diwan, to make arrangements for the visit.
The next day, Shreeji’s convoy left for King Kothi. Many Paigah Nawabs (aristocrats) and State officials were accompanying Shreeji. Shreeji alighted from his car at the stairs of Nazari Baagh Mahal (the residential wing of King Kothi Palace). The 7th Nizam Mir Osman A
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On the auspicious occasion of Anant Chaturdashi, Shreeji inaugurated the newly built Siddharaj Cricket Ground in the Manik Public School premises. Situated in a serene and picturesque surrounding, the SCG is a state-of-the-art turf cricket ground which has the...
There was once a guru who had taught his shishya to be happy, always. Even though he had been poor, he never shed a tear, never was unhappy. Understandably, people were jealous of this man. How could he be always happy? One of his friends, who was never happy to see...