Who is Sri Ramanananda Maharshi?

If we are unable to see something, we should understand that our vision is limited and we cannot see beyond it. An object exists, but our eyes cannot see it, which means such object and its associated wisdom can only be comprehended once we attain the state of divine. A person who attains this state is regarded and revered as a 'Jagadguru or Siddhaguru.'

Scientifically, Jagadgurus or Siddhagurus are just born and brought up on this earth like us. But, spiritually, they are born with the divine attributes and values. Their preachings on Dharma are not associated with any religion, but are related with our lives. One cannot judge their divinity based on their external affairs. Lord Sri Krishna and Shirdi Sai Baba are the best examples of this. Their prowess is unfathomable. They came to this earth with divine values and made this earth holy.

One such personality who was also born and brought up with divine values, inturn achieved that divinity on June 29th, 1995 and continues to engage people in achieving that divinity is Siddhaguru(Jagadguru) Sri Ramanananda Maharshi. Many people across the globe are inspired by his spiritual works and turned to seek the wisdom of spirituality from him and revere him as "Jagadguru and Siddhaguru". His programs provide techniques for people to live and lead a balanced, material life with spiritual cognizance and dispassion. The songs he composed embeds divine love in a seeker. He contributed to Vedas by offering 20350 Veda mantras to the world.

A nonprofit organization “Shiva Shakthi Shirdi Sai Anugraha Mahapeetam” that reveals the spirituality beyond the extremities of every religion is established by him.

His early Life

Born on 27th April 1968 in Kappatralla village in Kurnool district of Andhra Pradesh, He was a 16th gifted progeny to his parents, Late Sri Guduru Narasaiah and Late Smt. Nagamani. By the age of 9, he could worship Goddess Kanakadurga with self-less devotion, and attained “Om Namah Shivaya” Mantra Siddhi in the year 1994 when he was 24. He holds a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Self-Realization

In 1994, Shirdi Sai Baba entered his life and blessed him with Sadguru Mata Poornanandagiri yogini, who blessed him to attain true nature. On 29th June 1995, He entered a twenty-one-day period of silence (Samadhi) in Kanakadurga temple of Kurnool in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Shirdi Saibaba blessed him with Shaktipat -the powerful meditation technique of awakening the kundalini in the spiritual seekers across the globe in 2001. With time, he became the cynosure of all eyes.

Shaktipat

Siddhaguru(Jagadguru)’s unique contribution to the process of self-improvement for attaining the true spirituality is Shaktipat. A powerful meditation healing process, which includes the transmission of energy from HIM to the seeker. It facilitates physical and mental well-being. It awakens kundalini in a seeker and realizes his actual nature by encompassing the divine with its identity and attributes. This is the center-piece in Jagadguru/Siddhaguru’s meditation.

Ashrams

Siddhaguru(Jagadguru) founded Shirdi Sai Anugraha Peetam as a non-profit organization in 2012 in Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. “Shiva Shakthi Shirdi Sai Anugraha Mahapeetam”(nick name -Ramaneswaram) as a non-profit organization in 2012 in Indian state of Telangana, “Shaktipat Yogi Meditation Center” in USA in 2017 and about to establish a spiritual retreat in Europe continent with a vision to engage all spiritual seekers with God. The mission of Ramaneswaram is to make seekers understand the interrelation of trinity, Lord Shiva-The true self, Goddess Shakthi-The means for attaining Lord shiva and Shirdi Sai Baba- A guru, the path shower to conquer that means in attaining Lord Shiva. This ashram gives an appeal about the importance of this trinity worship not confining to a specific region.

Books and songs

Siddhaguru(Jagadguru) authored 56 books on philosophy, religion and his guru, Shirdi Sai Baba. He composed 600 plus songs and offered it to the world.

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