Saints of Varanasi

One of the oldest cities in India, Varanasi is famous for many things. One of the most famous things are the Saints of Varanasi. Some of the Saints have got a huge fame in the whole world & love and respect from people.

Tulasi Das

The great Saint Tulsidas has a close connection with Varanasi. It was in this holy city that he was blessed by Hanuman and by his grace had darshan of his chosen deity, Sri Ram. This place is now revered as the Sankat Mochan Hanuman Mandir. This temple is situated near the Benares Hindu University, and is a much frequented place of worship. The Tulsi Manas Mandir is a comparatively recent temple which has the entire Ram Charit Manas written by Tulsidas inscribed on its walls. Sant Tulsidas left his mortal coil to merge with his beloved Ram on the banks of the Ganga near Asi Ghat. A new Ghat, named after him as Tulsi Ghat has been built there. ...Read more>>

Sant Ravidas

Shri Guru Sant Ravidas Ji was a great Saint, philosopher, poet, social reformer and follower of the God in India during 15th century. He was one of the most famous and leading star of the nirguna sampradaya means sant parampara and lead the North Indian Bhakti movement. He has given variety of spiritual and social messages through his great writings of poetry to his lovers, followers, community people, society people to reform their mind and show their boundless love towards God. He was the vision of people as a messiah in order to complete the social and spiritual needs. He was the spiritually rich person worshipped by the people. People are used to of hearing or reciting his great songs, pad and etc at every morning and night, at his birthday anniversary celebration or any religious events celebration. He is loved and respected all o...Read more>>

Kabir Das

The story goes that he was actually the son of a Brahmin widow who abandoned him and that he was found by a Muslim weaver named Niru and his wife Neema floating on a Lotus leaf in a lake known as LaherTalav. They gave him the name Kabir. Kabir literally means “the great one” and Das means “servant”. As he was found here, this place came to be known as Kabir Janmasthali (Kabir Prackatya Sthal) or the birthplace of Kabir. Situated in the heart of Varanasi, when I visited the place the temple was under construction and the lake was devoid of any water. Now, a large hall has been built by his followers, and the place is being used for various religious discourses. They are planning to build a big temple cum ashram honoring Him. I recollected this wonderful play on the life and teachings of Sant Kabir Das by Shekhar ...Read more>>

Madan Mohan Malaviya

Madan Mohan Malaviya was a Hindu Brahmin from Uttar Pradesh. He was an active leader for the cause of freedom of India. He was an eminent Congress leader. He joined Hindu Mahasabha and was a little inclined to moderate communalism after 1922. He worked for agrarian reforms and fought for the cause of suppressed Indian farmers. He coordinated with Mahatma Gandhi for upliftment of untouchables. He is often blamed for Hinduist Ideology but he retired from active politics in 1937 on the ground of health. It is V.D. Savarkar and M.S. Golwalkar who propagated extreme Hindu ideology and founded RSS. ...Read more>>



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