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Books by Swami Nishchalananda Saraswatiji

The highly revered Acharya  Swami Nishchalananda Saraswati has authored more than 140 books, all breath-takingly seminal and veritable mines of truth-inspired undying wisdom. Of these books, it is interesting to add, eleven books are on mathematics.

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Swami Nishchalananda Saraswati

Swami Nischalanand Saraswati Maharaj 145th Srimad Jagadguru Sankaracharya Govardhan muth- Puri Peeth, Odisha His Holiness Swami Nischalananda Saraswati Maharaj , the hundred forty fifth pontiff of this monastery ( Puri) has been carrying on his shoulders these very pious  obligations with exemplary dynamism since 1992. A highly deserving recipient of the profuse and sublime grace […]

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Adi shankaracharya

Around 507 B.C. there descended on the sacred, deeply adorable soil of this holy land a personality extraordinary who by the sheer force of his matchless erudition, enlightened the whole world. He was none other than Acharya Adi Shankara, a very embodiment of Lord Shiva, tenth in the line of Guru traceable back to Sriman […]

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Veda Vidyalaya

Sanskrit is the most ancient and perfect among the languages of the World. Its storehouse of knowledge is an unsurpassed and the most invaluable treasure of the world. This language is a symbol of peculiar Indian tradition and thought, which has exhibited full freedom in the search of truth. Keeping this in mind a sanskrit […]

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Adi Shankaracharya’s Successors of Govardhan Matha , Puri

Padmapada(First Matha In Charge Appointed By Adi Shankaracharya) Ananta Shree Sula Pani Narayana Bidyaranya Vamdev Padmanabh Jagannath Madhureswar Govinda Sridhara Madhavananda Krishna Brahmananda Ramananda Vagiswara Parameswar Gopala Janardana Jnanananda Brihadaranya Mahadeva Parama Brahmananda Ramananda Sadashiva Harishvarananda Bodhananda Ramakrishna Chit Bodhatma Tattwaksavara Sankara Vasudeva Hayagriva Smritiswara Vidyananda Mukundananda Hiranyagarbha Nityananda Sivananda Yogiswara Sudarshan Vyomakesha Damodar Yogananda […]

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Govardhan Math

Bhagvatpada Adi Shankaracharya established four monasteries in the four corners  of India.  2500 years ago, on the auspicious tenth day of the bright fortnight of the month of vasisakh, Bhagvatpada Adi Shankaracharya established the eastern monastery associated with Rigved called as “Poorvamnaya Sri Govardhan Math- Bhogavardhan Peetham”. Acharya Padmapada was ceremoniously installed as the first Sankaracharya of […]

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