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Mahaparivrajaka Book 1

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Before we proceed further of the penultimate chapter of MAHAPARIVRAJAKA, I would like to share with you all, some details of the author of this book and a Parivrajaka Himself, Pujya Swamiji Paramananda Bharati: Swamiji has been initiated to Sanyasa by ‘MAHASANNIDHANAM OF SRINGERI SARADHA PEETHAM’. Swamiji holds a reputation all over the world for his works on Adi Shankara Vedanta and has been conducting research and publication works in bringing Adi Shankara's thoughts to the people belonging to all sections of the society.

In His Poorvashrama, Swamiji was an eminent scientist and was teaching at a well known Institution. Swamiji has also done extensive work on science and spirituality as per the works of Adi Shankara. His lecture on Adi Shankara in an event jointly organised by Indian Council for Philosophical Research (ICPR) and Rastriya Sanskrit Sansthan, in May 2011 has received wide acclaim. True to a sanyasi, Swamiji who is now over 83 years of age, doesn't have any ashram or dwelling place and keeps on travelling from place to place to propagate Shankara's teachings.

Before we proceed further of the penultimate chapter of MAHAPARIVRAJAKA, I would like to share with you all, some details of the author of this book and a Parivrajaka Himself, Pujya Swamiji Paramananda Bharati: Swamiji has been initiated to Sanyasa by ‘MAHASANNIDHANAM OF SRINGERI SARADHA PEETHAM’. Swamiji holds a reputation all over the world for his works on Adi Shankara Vedanta and has been conducting research and publication works in bringing Adi Shankara's thoughts to the people belonging to all sections of the society.

In His Poorvashrama, Swamiji was an eminent scientist and was teaching at a well known Institution. Swamiji has also done extensive work on science and spirituality as per the works of Adi Shankara. His lecture on Adi Shankara in an event jointly organised by Indian Council for Philosophical Research (ICPR) and Rastriya Sanskrit Sansthan, in May 2011 has received wide acclaim. True to a sanyasi, Swamiji who is now over 83 years of age, doesn't have any ashram or dwelling place and keeps on travelling from place to place to propagate Shankara's teachings.

Before we proceed further of the penultimate chapter of MAHAPARIVRAJAKA, I would like to share with you all, some details of the author of this book and a Parivrajaka Himself, Pujya Swamiji Paramananda Bharati: Swamiji has been initiated to Sanyasa by ‘MAHASANNIDHANAM OF SRINGERI SARADHA PEETHAM’. Swamiji holds a reputation all over the world for his works on Adi Shankara Vedanta and has been conducting research and publication works in bringing Adi Shankara's thoughts to the people belonging to all sections of the society.

In His Poorvashrama, Swamiji was an eminent scientist and was teaching at a well known Institution. Swamiji has also done extensive work on science and spirituality as per the works of Adi Shankara. His lecture on Adi Shankara in an event jointly organised by Indian Council for Philosophical Research (ICPR) and Rastriya Sanskrit Sansthan, in May 2011 has received wide acclaim. True to a sanyasi, Swamiji who is now over 83 years of age, doesn't have any ashram or dwelling place and keeps on travelling from place to place to propagate Shankara's teachings.

Before we proceed further of the penultimate chapter of MAHAPARIVRAJAKA, I would like to share with you all, some details of the author of this book and a Parivrajaka Himself, Pujya Swamiji Paramananda Bharati: Swamiji has been initiated to Sanyasa by ‘MAHASANNIDHANAM OF SRINGERI SARADHA PEETHAM’. Swamiji holds a reputation all over the world for his works on Adi Shankara Vedanta and has been conducting research and publication works in bringing Adi Shankara's thoughts to the people belonging to all sections of the society.

In His Poorvashrama, Swamiji was an eminent scientist and was teaching at a well known Institution. Swamiji has also done extensive work on science and spirituality as per the works of Adi Shankara. His lecture on Adi Shankara in an event jointly organised by Indian Council for Philosophical Research (ICPR) and Rastriya Sanskrit Sansthan, in May 2011 has received wide acclaim. True to a sanyasi, Swamiji who is now over 83 years of age, doesn't have any ashram or dwelling place and keeps on travelling from place to place to propagate Shankara's teachings.