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All come to Me with fruits, flowers and other offerings; You need not give all these to Me. What I intend is only 2 minutes time of Your precious day. Please pray the Almighty with sincere heart and mind for these 2 minutes which You donate Me. This is the dearest gift I expect from You and nothing else. Hope You wouldnot disappoint Me. - Sri Chandrasekhara Swami, Kanchi Periya Swamigal (Kamakoti Peetham) BEST WISHES - ALLU BHASKAR REDDY, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, SANNIDHI QUERIES & FEEDBACK - sannidhimail@gmail.com Allu Bhaskar Reddy - 09885267879


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Owing My Entirety To My Master Parama Pujya Acharya Sri Ekkirala Bharadwaj

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AWAITING INSIDE...

FROM THE DESK OF BHASKAR

YOUR TRUE SELF

BHAGAVAN RAMANA MAHARSHIA DEEP REMEMBRANCE

PRAVARA

THE SWAMI

SANNIDHI INAUGURAL MEMORIES

VOICE OF THE SAGES - 1 (SRI GURU GITA)

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Salutations to the VISWAKAVI India can never forget the great soul, Tagore. As long as our National Anthem lives in the hearts and minds of Indians, Tagore remains immortal in it. ‘Janaganamana’ is an expression that came out from the much contemplated heart of Tagore at the very sight of his Mother land from a ship as he sailed over to England. ‘Janaganamana’ is an expression made by an Indian who envisioned India as his sacred Mother from the great Himalayas atop and the Northern Plains garlanding Her, and stretching all the way to the Kanyakumari where the Indain ocean proudly stands washing the feet of the Mother with utmost reverence. The very essence of Vedic knowledge engulfed by Tagore since his childhood availed him make such a patriotic offering to his Mother. The depth in his thought, lilt of his literary genre and the touch of patriotism elicits and inspires the poetic kernel of every single individual. Gitanjali...! Another greatest, world standard, all-time remembered work of Tagore which won him the Nobel Prize!! Many praised the poetic sense exhibited by Tagore in this historic work, but only a few dived into its spiritual depths. Gitanjali is nothing but a call made by an impassioned lover for his beloved, the Almighty. Tagore presonified the Almighty in three genders and cried frevently for his unity with it. Nobel is just a measure of the cadent poetries but can never be

a touchstone to the innate spiritual crux. Gitanjali is a Universal prayer. Any person whatever be his place, type and form of latria can definitely find his traces in it. In such a way was the unique principal conveyed by Tagore. Hence Tagore can rightly be called the VISWAKAVI, the Universal Poet. Versatility brimmed over Tagore severally in forms of poetry, music, art, theatre, novels and short stories and a lot more. Never was young Ravindra interested in schooling. He strongly opposed them as The Parrot’s Training in his matured age. In his style, he established Shantinikentan and held out his hand for the like. Ravindranath is priviliged to address Gandhi as Mahatma, the great soul. Today many celebrated personalities took their inspiration from Tagore. Few of their references are Japanese Nobel laureate Yasunari Kawabata, French Nobel laureate Andre Gide, Russian poet Anna Akhamatova, former Turkish Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit and many more of all the ages. Long live Sri Ravindranath Tagore in every Indain heart. Surely. He lives!! Such a great coincidence that made me happy is the release of Sannidhi, second issue on the birth anniversary of the great Indian, Sri Ravidranath Tagore.

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A Deep Remebrance of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi

hence covered his hand with a piece of cloth contrary to his style of dressing.

14th April, 1950, 08-47p.m. A rare sight in the sky astounded the Indian masses that night. A luminous calm with lightning tail flashed from the SouthWest corner to the North-East and merged into the farther skies. The very sight left the masses with great surprise, deep happiness and intense peace within. The question tagged to this incident was unknotted by the All India Radio as it announced, “Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi of Arunachala (Tiruvannamalai) left his mortal form at exactly 08-47hrs this night. As soon as Maharshi left his last breath, the devotees witnessed a luminous star coming out from Maharshi and travelled to the horizons of the hill of Arunachala.” Let us get into a more detailed picture of the 2-year dramatic play that culminated this memorable last stage. 1948, November, a painless wart was identified on the left hand of Bhagavan. It began growing in size and doctors suggested to operate on it. Maharshi replied in a dispassionate tone, “Let it grow. Why should we disturb it?” But doctors convinced Maharshi and operated his hand for the first time on 2nd February, 1949. Mahrshi never liked anyone to pity his physical condition;

When the members of the asram closely associated with Bhagavan pointed out to this new style of dressing, Maharshi remarked jovially, “this is swayambhu”. The first operation made its way to the second on 27th March, 1949. In the month of June, doctors advised to keep the wound open for fresh air and light. The dreadful sight of the reddish wound frightened the devotees but Maharshi in his same-old sense of humour soothed them saying, “Oh comeon, look at it. This hand has got a new ornament. And it is shining like the diamond reflecting the rays of the Sun.”

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Whoelse other than such great soul can stay so aloof of their effort, Bhagavan threw his body onto the sofa. The elderly lady, physical conditions?!! Only the one who completely destroyed Santhamma nearby exclaimed, “Maharshi, the body?” his physical attachment and immersed in the deep seas of ulti“Yes, dear. This body! Shivering out of pain. So what?”, mate reality - The Maharshi himself!! Bhagavan rested awhile, smiled pleasantly and added gently, Never did the devotees noticed the slightest expression of “This is the cosmic dance of Siva. Everyday it is static; today it pain, helplesness or misery in Maharshi. takes its dynamic form. Why do you fear so much at this small Unable to see Bhagavan in such a woeful state, one of his change?” devotees pryaed Bhagavan to cure himself with his determination. Bhagavan laughed aloud and replied, “Well, I hardly feel the existence of this body. Only when you people speak about it, I too look at it from your eyes. Or else, this wounded body is not at all disturbing me. so tell me, what is the need of determination?” These words reflect the inner self of Mahrshi. The painless wart was finally diagnosed Circoma by the medical specialists. Unbearable pain is one of the characters of this type of cancer. But thus gags Maharshi with the grandpa of Valuvayi who came to treat Maharshi with his tribal leaf therapy, “I said, ‘Let it do its work; Dont disturb’, but these people lent a deaf ear and operated it. It grew further and they operated again ignoring my objections. This wound amplified itself as a revolt against my men. A battle is running between this wound and the devotees. I remained calm to see who takes over in this war.” On the evening of 14th July, 1949, Bhagavan’s body shivered like a withered leaf out of the pain multiplying inside. With great

The other night while dressing the wound, the doctor and the assistant burst into tears fearing Bhagavan might leave this mortal body. Maharshi replied firmly, “Bhagavan has no where to go. Wherelse can Bhagavan go?” Days passed by. 18th March,1950. Smt. Suri Nagamma, the mother whose letters brought Maharshi close to Telugu masses came to offer

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vastram (dress) to Maharshi on the auspicious occassion of Ugadi, the Tamil Newyear, Vikrithi. “Tommorow is Ugadi, Bhagavan” murmured Nagamma. “Oh! Vikrithi has arrived” uttered Maharshi in a distinct tone. That year marked the Maha Samadhi of Bhagavan Ramana. Finally the day arrived. 14th April, 1950. The queue led the devotees to the last darsan of Bhagavan at 06-30hrs in the evening. Maharshi lay on the sofa and one of the devotees fanning Him gently. The fortunate devotees present there on that night counted each split of a second with great hope. But What ought to happen can never stop and what ought not to happen can never happen. Suddenly, the movement of the fan stopped stopping the heartbeats of many around for a moment. A strong current of peace blew over the hearts of all resting them in a trance of tranquility. A luminous calm came out from Maharshi and travelled to the horizons of the hill, the Arunachala, merging the everlonging son into the heart of the fahter. May Sri Ramana grace all of us in his eternal form!!

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PRAVARA - 1 MY MASTER Friends, as we all know this column is articulated for the introduction of memorable persons, events and books. It is the Rishi methodology to offer salutations to his Guru, the Master before the start of any work.

The hloy feet that appear before my mind's eye as I open my eyes each dawn is of my Master, Parama Pujya Acharya Sri Ekkirala Bharadwaja. The closest of my friends, the dearest of my relatives, the most expensive of all my assets, my Role-model, my God-father and what not He is everything to Me. O Gurudeva, I know not Thy grace I know but a millionth part of what You are Tears must speak for me, not the words Atlast the truth manifested itself And the unending search came to an end As I experience an embrace of peace Which I never came across earlier

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With Your support and through Your purport I welcome challenges with a smile on my face. And get rid of misery from my life; fill it up with wisdom and happiness. You were armoured with the weapon of Satsang To fight the menaces of mankind - the passion and ignorance! To solace them in times of distress To behold them from being trapped by the mischief of Kali To gift them blissful knowledge and experience That was and is the ultimate wealth of the Mahatmas Now I stand boldly with unwavering courage and confidence Infront of the One who can never be escaped by anyone Infront of that One who must be faced by everyone Infront of that One who grabs away your greatest asset from Your Self And cry out at the top of my voice, "Come closer my friend! and quicker do thy start I can hardly wait for the fulfilment of thy offering You think you bring me the gift of death How would you know that my surrender has changed it into immortality." QUERIES & FEEDBACK - sannidhimail@gmail.com Allu Bhaskar Reddy - 09885267879

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VOICE OF THE SAGES Rishi, the sage is an ardent lover of mankind, the Mother nature and the universe. He always experienced an inseperable unity with them. The Rishi must be graded far, far higher than the present day scientists and social workers who work for the welfare of the mankind because a Rishi is a selfless embodiment of love. He has evolved his Self and united with the universal Self. The Mother India gave birth to and is always gestated with Rishis in all the ages and this will continue for all the coming ages. Sages Vedavyasa, Valmiki, Yagnavalkya and the present day Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi, Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Siridi Sai Baba form an example of sages of different ages. Our column, “Voice of the Sages” is pleasured to deal with the ancient Rishis. Let us start our journey into the hearts and minds of Indian Rishis of yore and explore them for our spritual and personal appraisal. To start with, the question of Whose voice to rise with is a very difficult one to answer. After a lot of churning arose Sri Guru Gita. The three reasons explained below blossomed forth the selection of Sri Guru Gita. 1.) Our Master, Puja Sri Ekkirala Bharadwaja recited a personally configured set of 27 slokas from Sri Guru Gita as part of

His daily offerings to Sri Siridi Sai Baba. The swing in my Master’s voice swayed us all and commemorating them takes me back in time to the days we all sat with Master reciting them inside. 2.) Guru is the greatest support one can avail to get rid of his miseries in this universe. By approaching the Guru of true nature, one can conquer the world and stand atop victorious. Since the time of Rishi Vedavyasa who first propounded the sound Guru to the modern times where Sri Sai Baba of Siridi was considered the Sadguru, many preached the philosophy in ways that suited the age. So it is unwise to ignore the very concept of Guru and move forward exploring the jungle. 3.) Rishis are the great souls proving the existence of God, the Almighty. Rishi through his experience proves God’s existence and paves way for the mankind. Rishi Vedavyasa stands foremost in the list. Praised as Sri Krishnadwaipayana, Vyasa Bhagavan putforth the greatest efforts in giving an order to the Vedic literature. The ages of the three tenses owe Rishi Vedavyasa unrepayably. The great Rishi reordered Vedas, composed Brahma Sutra, and the Bhagavad Gita. Also indited the great epics Ramayana and Maha Bharatha, the 18 Puranas and all the rituals to be followed by a grihasta (family lead) since the pre-natal stage to after-death phase. So it is pertinent to offer sage Vedavyasa the first place. Thus the philosophy of Guru as explained by Rishi Vedavyasa is aptly chosen the subject matter of discussion. Sri Guru Gita is a part of Skanda Purana, one of the 18 Puranas

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indited by Vyasa. This is composed as a dialogue between Siva matter consists of atoms and electrons. and Parvati. Who dares tell they saw an atom? There is another important point worth discussing at this None! juncture. But everyone accepts it! Almost all the great works of ancient Rishis contain a phrase In the same way, no spiritual law can be treated dogmatic in the beginning or at the end. They begin their job explaining it unless proved otherwise. as the most secret one to be revealed to anyone. Upanishads With this we stop the discussion and enter into the detailed say, “Upanishannama Rahasya Vignananm”; the Bhagavad gita analysis of Sri guru Gita. says, “Iti guhyatamam saastram”, “Rahasyam hyetaduttamam”. In Sri Guru Gita also, Lord Siva explains the Guru-tattva as the most secret aspect to be revealed to anyone. What is this? When it is a freely available text to everyone, what is it they are going to maintain as a secret? Yes, This is the point to be clarified! When the sges said it a secret, they never meant of hiding something from the common man. They only meant that these ideas cannot be brought down to the ordinary perceptions of human senses. One cannot get to it through mere study of scriptures or recital of verses. Only through sadhana, rigorous practice to be performed in the way ordered by them opens the doors of this knowledge. Questioning them and failing to find the answers is the way followed by today’s agnostics. Keen observation reveals the fact that modern science also fails to provide direct proofs of the proposed facts and principles. Every individual of minimum education accepts that QUERIES & FEEDBACK - sannidhimail@gmail.com Allu Bhaskar Reddy - 09885267879


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SRI GURU GITA अचिन्त्माव्मक्तरूऩाम ननगगुणाम गगणा्भने |

सभस्त जगदाधायभूतम ु े ब्रह्मणे नभ् || 1 Prostrations to the Brahman, the unthinkable, the unmanifested, the one beyond the trigunas and yet the self of all Gunas, the dependable source for the entire universe!! Commentary:The question immediately rising in the minds of the readers is, why did Master choose this couplet instead of the more popular Guru Brahma verse? There is a reason behind.

The meaning of this couplet goes thus. The guru is Brahma - the god of creation; The guru is Vishnu - the god of sustenance; The guru is Siva - the god of annihiliation. My sincere salutations to guru who is verily the supreme god.

This couplet details the importance and the priority position of Guru. Master strongly believes that unless and until the what, who, why and how questions of Guru remain unanswered, the aforesaid prioritisation plays a little role. Without knowing the characters and the nature of Guru, what is the purpose of praising him an equal or above the Trimurthis? Hence Master started his prayer with this verse and set an analytical continuum throughout the 27 couplets carefully selected by Him. Bhagavan Vyasa explains the characteristics of Guru as follows, Achintyam - He is unthinkable. Neither our heart nor mind can figure out Guru’s inner-self. Guru is beyond any measurement. Neither can you measure him through words, thoughts nor feelings. Only an experience helps. That too through the graceful looks of Guru Himself. Avyaktam - He is unmanifested. What exists in the form of this world is vyaktam, the manifested. The principle lying behind this manifestation is the avyakta; the ultimate reality; the goal to be cherished for conquering the misery of the world. The guru deeply merges himself with this principle and becomes an indivisible part of it. Thus Guru becomes none other than this unmanifested principle itself. Nirguna - The one without Gunas. Guru is beyond the hold of the three Gunas - sattva, rajas, tamas. No character can bind Guru. Gunatman - The self of Gunas. Guru forms the self of all Gunas

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existing in this world. It appears ironical to describe Guru thus - the Nirguna and the Gunatma. Vyasa gives a highly cryptic description of Guru in these verses. The Guru is like an ocean. It has got water; it has got waves. The water is the hidden principle and the waves, the manifested world. Everything as a whole is the Almighty, the Guru Himself. So when it takes the wave-form, the Guru becomes the Gunatman. When the underlying water is considered, the Guru is the Nirguna. To such Guru, I prostrate myself with total sublimation.

The complete verses of Guru Gita as selected and set by Master Ekkirala Bharadwaja can be heard at Sri Allu Bhaskar Reddy’s channel at Youtube. This is to familiarise the pronunciation style of vedic order.

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YOUR TRUE SELF She is nearly always a rebound from Hard Work. It is one of the follies of men to imagine that they can enjoy mere thought, or emotion or sentiment! As well try to eat beauty! For she must be tricked! She loves to see men at work. She loves sweat, weariness, self-sacrifice. She will be found not in palaces but lurking in corn-fields and factories and hovering over littered desks; She crowns the unconscious head of the busy child. If you look suddenly from hard work you will see her, but if you look too long she fades sorrowfully away. There is something fine in hard physical labour... One actually stops thinking Yet sometimes - You will suddenly have a sense of the world opening around you - a sense of its beauty and its meaning giving a peculiar deep feeling, that is near complete content. Guessed by now Who she is? None other than HAPPINESS. - DAVID GRAYSON (An excerpt from Light From Many Lamps) QUERIES & FEEDBACK - sannidhimail@gmail.com Allu Bhaskar Reddy - 09885267879


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THE SWAMI

in the temple anniversary souvenir and even delayed the printing a few days awaiting information for the article.

“A man has no belief in religion He does not adopt any rituals, never goes to the temple or church, does not need any dogmas. But he always thinks good and does good throughout his life. Could you kindly tell me, Sir, whether such a man has any salvation at the end of his life? “ His Holiness closed his eyes and was in meditation for a few seconds. The whole surrounding was absolutely calm, divinely calm. After the divinely pause, His Holiness replies ‘Yes’. At this answer, the questioner was overwhelmed with joy, a joy that he never experienced in life and for which his heart was longing all these years. He looked as if he has attained the unattainable. He whispered, ‘I thank you Sir, I thank you Sir, I thank you. I am satisfied’

And the other fact that made me more attentive was the special issue by the then- renouned journal Illustrated Weekly of India. This was a journal run on modern scientific and rational thoughts. There was no scope for dogmas or mere beliefs. The editor, Preetish Nandi often criticized religion and religious institutions. When such journal paid a literary homage to Sri Kanchi Swami, I could not resist my curiosity any more. Sri Chandrasekhara Saraswati Swami was the head of one of the four Vedic institutes setup by Adisankaracharya, the Kamakoti peetham of Kanchi.

Everyone witnessed the scene with great surprise. Why not?! The dialogue went on between two distinct personalities. The questioner of the ultimate salvation was the renouned Russian Indologist, Dr. S.I.Tulaev and the answer given by the Paramacharya, Sri Chandrasekharendra Saraswati Swami, popularly the Kanchi Periya Swamigal. My interest in Swami multipied when our master Bahradwaja gave special attention to publish an article about Kanchi Swami

Swami was selected for the seat by his predecessor at a very tender age and the Guru passed away as soon as Swami was brought to the math. Swami underwent training in all the fields of education as the religious head itself. In due course of time,

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Swami was well versed in Vedas, Upanishad and others schools of philosophy. This could only be a revision of his knowledge acquired from the previous births. Else could Swami had completed rendering such a vast ocean of subject in a small period. Swami was visited by many great people of the time from different parts of the world. Many foriegners cleared their way to Indian philosophy and opened their gateway to Indain spiritualism through the words of Swami. Swami was well versed in English and a few other foreign languages along with Sanskrit and other Indian languages. Swami played a major role in bringing Paul Brunton to Bhagavan Ramana Maharshi, who set his journey to India in search of its hidden treasure, the Spiritual treasure.

Swami was very rational in his decisions and judgements. Swami observed all the rituals and customs very strictly and Oneday the devotees brought one of the muth workers to rationally. He could relate the Advaita philosophy of Adisankara and the modern scientific knowledge with best examples and Swami with the comlpaint of stealing something. Swami inquired helped common man bridge these two and apply them to their him for which the person replied, “Swami, I cook food in the muth. Each day I eat delicious food as your prasad. But my family lives. never had an oppurtunity. So I thought I could take some An example. blackgram and prepare the food for my family.” There was a maszid in Kanchi nearby Swami’s abode. Exactly The devotees insisted Swami should dismiss him immediately the time of Swami’s wakeup and the morning prayer at the but Swami punished him in a different way. maszid matched daily. The devoteed felt that would disturb “Tommorrow morning, I order to bring this man and his family Swami; but Swami replied, “The very sound coming from the maszid wakes me up with a deep remembrance of the Almighty to the muth; cook the food with the dal stolen by him and make each dawn and it starts my day with increased strength and them eat it completelty.” This was the punishment imposed by Swami. freshness.” Such is the tolerance of Mahatmas. QUERIES & FEEDBACK - sannidhimail@gmail.com Allu Bhaskar Reddy - 09885267879


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Most of Swami’s life was spent in travelling. Swami set His Siridi. Explaining the Indian philosophy of yore and making it foot on many remote and far off villages in India and awakened more applicable to preset day society is all what we do. We the spiritual cornor in the lay masses. strongly believe that modern science has no other choice rather My experience with Sri Swami is worth mentioning at this follow the footprints of our ancient Rishis. We do satsang regularly under our Master’s guidance.” I replied. point. Swami listened to me very keenly and said to his associates, In 1970’s we happened to visit Kanchi for wedding collection. All my family members were busy in their selection. My friend “Listen to this boy. Their ideas are novel, aren’t they?” advised me to have a visit of Sri Swami and we both went on. After a while Swami gave me 4 bananas and asked softly, That day was Thursday. The sun almost set by the time we looking deeply into eyes, “Are you satisfied dear?”

reached there. A very long queue led the devotees to Swami’s I bowed to Swami with great respect and prayed for the well darsan. The immediate sight that drew my attention was all the being of all on behalf of my Master and fellow satsang mates. devotees had only a dhoti and remained bare on their upper Swami smiled pleasantly and nodded his head. parts. I could not digest this. Commemorating Swami’s birth anniversary to be celebrated My inner self started revolting, “My ideas are rational; my on May 20th. May Swami’s grace bless us all. devotion towards my Master and Sri Sai is sincere. Why should I heed to such practices? I shall pray my Master and await His response.” My friend advised me on changing my dress; but I didnt accept and stood still; a few yards away (about 200 feet) from Swami. A few minutes passed by. Suddenly Swami asked his associates to stop the queue. Looking through his big glasses down his nose, becknoed me near. I went nearer to Swami. Swami made me sit nearby and gently inquired my whereabouts. “Swami, I came from Nellore. Andhra Pradesh. My master is Sri Ekkirala Bharadwaja. He is an ardent lover of Sri SaiBaba of QUERIES & FEEDBACK - sannidhimail@gmail.com Allu Bhaskar Reddy - 09885267879


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FELICITATED BY SRI K.PRABHAKAR REDDY

SRI PERUGU RAMAKRISHNA, RENOWNED POET SPEAKS...

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                        

Sir, Congratulations and hope the SANNIDHI will be really a useful spiritual magazine

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DR. VIJAYKUMAR SARVEPALLI

NARAYANA MEDICAL COLLEGE, NELLORE


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Sir, I happened to see ‘SANNIDHI’ both versions. Really it’s a great and wonderful mission in the cause of promoting and elevating the Hinduism. It’s attempt to make the youth acquaint with our culture and customs is especially laudable. I welcome your selfless effort. With warm regards, - MAKINEEDU SURYABHASKAR

Dear Bhaskaranna, I read the articles. Amazing. All my dreams came true for you. World going to be a better place for your sincere work. With love. RENUKA REDDY, USA

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I am a seer. A self-seeker. Searching is my Approach. Unification is my Nature. Practice is my Path, Also my Destiny. Sharing this with mankind is my prime interest. Thus I attain bliss and live close to Almighty I am a simple, plain, normal, natural seer. Thus proceeds our Sir, Sri Allu Bhaskar Reddy in his life’s work. For the past 4 decades, He has been preaching the ancient Rishi methodology, the SATSANG, imparting the best of his voice. Internet, now the fastest and the best interactive means joined hands with our work, sharing our views severally through Websites, Youtube, Facebook and other communities as well. www.thelineofmaster.com Allu Bhaskar Reddy’s Channel - Youtube

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