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Ramakrishna – A Yogi Who Realised That God Exists In Every Form of Life
Ramakrishna Paramahamsa was a simple yet great yogi who was a great devotee of Goddess Kali. Born in 1836 into a poor family in Kolkata’s Hoogly district, Ramakrishna was religiously inclined during a very young age. He had a divine vision of Goddess Kali and experienced episodes of spiritual ecstasy and trance while performing his daily duties as priest in a Kali temple. His madness for love of Goddess Kali was so strong that he visualised his wife Saradamani as the goddess and performed Shorshi puja for her.
Ramakrishna Jayanthi: A Day to Revere a Great Guru & an Absolute Devotee of Mahakali
Special Mahakali Homam
Bestows Material Gains, Stamps Out Evil Forces and Gives Mental satisfaction Throughout
Scheduled Live On February 17, 2018 @ 6 PM
Vedicfolks performs Guru Puja to this great stalwart of the country on the day of Ramakrisha Jayanthi which falls on February 17, 2018.
Special Rituals on Ramakrishna Jayanthi
Why Mahakali Homam on Ramakrishna Jayanthi
Ramakrishna Paramahamsa was fascinated by Goddess Kali. She was his ‘ishtadevata’ (Goddess of Love). He was appointed as a priest in a Kali temple and developed a great bonding with the goddess. He decorated the deity, sang divine songs in praise, talked to her and wept before her like a child because he longed to have a glimpse of Her.
He dedicated his entire life to the worship of Goddess Mahakali and one day, the goddess appeared before him. After his enlightenment, Ramakrishna realised that there exists only one god, and it’s ‘Satchitananda’ that has taken various forms.
Satchitadanda where ‘Sat’ stands for satya or truth, absolute being or existence — that which is eternal and permanent.
Chit – consciousness, understanding and comprehension
Ananda – bliss, a state of pure happiness, joy and sensual pleasure.
In Vedanta philosophy, Satchitadanda is a synonym for the three qualities a Brahmin must possess — pure consciousness, unity and ultimate reality.
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