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The life of Svami Sadananda Dasa 1. After the first encounter with Svami Bon in , Sadananda kept up a cor- respondence with him and in he eventually joined the Indian monks of the Gaudiya-Vaishnava-Mission in London, who had established a centre there.
Bhakti yoga as an independent path—i. In the internment camp in Ahmed- nagar he met Walther Eidlitz Vamandas who later became his most prominent shiksha10 disciple. During their time in the camp in Dehra Dun they became friends and Vamandas accepted Sadananda as his guru.
Their relation, however, was not always harmonious. And it is grace, grace, grace when he shows his true nature. Vaman- das labelled this method of teaching as aggressive grace Eidlitz, , p. Sadananda himself later explained to him that he out of love sometimes acted so harshly towards him. In other situations Sadananda gave initiation.
The latter used the mate- rial Sadananda had translated for giving lectures and publishing books on bhakti. Right up until the end, he continued to work on German translations from Sanskrit and Bengali Vaishnava texts, assisted his disciple Vamandas with his publications, lectures and courses, but otherwise remained in the background.
He only gave direct spiritual instruc- tions to a small circle of Swedish, German, and Swiss friends. We will now discuss that same point from a theological perspective. I hate if people make a fuss over me.
Sensationalism so far has killed every reli- Svami Sadananda Dasa kept pure and alive. Consequently, Sadananda and his disciples focused and still focus on serving the Word form of the Absolute by translating, editing and pub- lishing bhakti shastras. Please, Vamandas, inaugurate the spiri- tual revolution! Endnotes 1.
Walther Eidlitz, Diary of Walther Eidlitz. Unpublished manuscript. Sadananda Archive.
They are usually unpublished manuscripts if not otherwise stated. Excerpts have been published on the website of the Sadananda Archive under www. For further biographical information and translations from Vaishnava texts into German and English by Sadananda please visit this website.
The original sources quoted in the following letters, manuscripts etc. Most of the quoted letters and diaries in this article were originally writ- ten in German and were translated into English by Kid Samuelsson or the author. However, JVS policy veers away from such capitalization in this case, since shastra is not the name of a particular book as such but sacred texts as a whole.
Eidlitz, Walther : Unknown India. A Pilgrimage into a Forgotten World. New York: Roy Publishers. For more information regarding Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakur and his role in renewing the bhakti cult please consult, e. Ramayana is the most important and influential epic ever written.
In complete manifestation, anand is a joy without bounds, an end in itself, a manifestation of the unmanifest Godunity with both nothingness and with everything Even the description of Krioalu requires an epic to be written down.
Hence old poets called themselves Das, or slave; but again slave is a tainted word, for slavery comes with forced subjugation and denial of basic rights to the slave The Hanuman Chalisa again underlies this belief system, this thought process, this devotion.
The verse evokes a richly decorated, fully-limbed, handsome physical image of Ram; but the symbolism is, as always, only to create a focus on the deity, on Rama. The word kama means both love and lust, attachment of spirit as well as of flesh, and in poetry, the use of such words allows several levels of meaning. Since detached action, which can be identified as something done for its own sake, irrespective of what ultimate result is, is identified as a virtue, kama in both or any meaning can be undesirable.
Deveika, I am heartened that you treasure ramchandga post Superb Vivek, Thank u for this, only a humble request bjajman you can please provide a hindi translation of the sloka.
Search Member Search Keyword. Bhagwan is sometimes translated as lord, but the regard for a Lord is often due to fear or due to custom, and regard for Bhagwan Ram arises from the admiration of his deeds and virtues, as well as his spiritual, conceptual, physical and emotional beauty. The last couplet reminds us that the ultimate being, the Godhead, the joy of Mann Mind or that element in us that desires and hesitates, thinks and meditatesthe joy of Muni wiseof Shankara of devout, of godly beingsand so on, is within our own heart A blog to be treasured!