Amma’s Sivagiri visit a historical moment: P. Parameswaran.

via HK published on September 27, 2007

Thiruvananthapuram:The recent visit of Mata Amritanadamayi Devi to Shivagiri is a historic moment for Hinduism, said P. Parameswaran, Director, Bharathiya Vicharakendram. Those golden moments will provide beneficial repercussions on coming years. This could be termed as the meeting of two great socio-religious movements in the history of Kerala.


Sri Narayana Guru, often called as Guru Devan with due respect, was responsible for the cleansing of caste tyranny, once prevailed, in Kerala. He was a great Sanskrit scholar and Vedic teacher. His teachings and revolutionary initiatives urged the then under privileged ‘avarnars’ to come forward in the main stream activities of the society. Guru Devan’s spiritual and social initiatives, by fighting from inside, played a very important role in eliminating caste based discriminations in Hindu society.


Mata Amritanadamayi Devi’s selfless humanitarian work and eternal love has rejuvenated the Hindu society and many others all over the world. World realised the significance of Sanadhana Dharma through Amma. She was born in a poor family in Kollam, Kerala later turned out as a great spiritual leader consoling millions by addressing their needs. Her profound teachings coated with motherly love instigated Vedic tradition in millions of people all over the world.


Inspiration gained from these two Jagad Guru’s and their blessings would gave a great impulse on the on going renaissance of Sanathana Dharma in India and abroad, P. Parameswaran aspired.

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