Sri Bharat Mata Mandir Anniversary & Book Release Function in Bangalore

By Press Release published on December 12, 2015

 

Bharatamata Gurukula Ashram & Yogi Ramsuratkumar Indological Research Centre,

SISTER NIVEDITA ACADEMY.

Sri Guruji Golwalkar Hindu Resource Centre

Sri Bharatamata Mandir, Srinivasanagar, Kithaganur Road,

Krishnarajapuram, Bangalore 560 036

e-mail: [email protected]; Phone: 080-25610935; Cell: 94482 75935

(Land Mark: Near Garden City College)

Cordially invite you to attend

YOGI RAMSURATKUMAR JAYANTI ,

SRI BHARATAMATA MANDIR 11th ANNIVERSARY &

Release of books

Hindu Rashtra by Sadhu Prof. V. Rangarajan

(Foreword by Sri Mohan Bhagwat, Sarsanghchalaka of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh)

and

Philosophy of Mahakavi Bharati by Sadhu Prof. V. Rangarajan

(Foreword by Smt. Prema Nandakumar)

on Sunday, December 20, 2015

7-00 AM to 10-00 AM: Abhisheka to Sri Bharatamata and Homa

10-00AM to 11-00 AM: Ramnam Chanting and Bhajans

Public Celebration and Book Release: 11-00 AM to 1-00PM

President: Acharya Sri H.R. Nagaraj

(Haridas Sangha, Bangalore)

Guests of Honour: Sri T.K. Aswinikumar

(Former Director, Doordarsan, Pondicherry)

&Dr. Prof. Bhavani Aswinikumar

 

Benedictory Speech: Sadhu Prof. V. Rangarajan

(Founder Trustee: Bharatamata Gurukula Ashram)

 

All are welcome!

Bus routes: From Shivaji Nagar: 312 & K.R, Market 313A to Kithaganur:

OUR NEW PUBLICATIONS

In the inaugural issue TATTVA DARSANA, blessing our journal, our mentor, H.H. Swami Chinmayananda said: “I am confident that TATTVA DARSANA will have all success, and I am looking forward to seeing its glorious trail of service to the Hindu Nation.”  By the grace of our Master, H.H. Yogi Ramsuratkumar, we have been able to keep up the high ideals and goals with which the journal was started. We are publishing in book form two important works serialized in our journal:

HINDU RASHTRA—VEDIC IDEALS IN MODERN AWAKENING

by Sadhu Prof. V. Rangarajan

Ideals of Vedic nationalism which manifested

in the thoughts of great thinkers and patriots of Bharat.

Foreword: Sri Mohan Bhagwat,

(Sarsanghachalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh)

Pages: 80. Price: India-Rs.60; Outside: US$3.

“Hindu Rashtra—Vedic Ideals in Modern Awakening” is a Dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of M.A. degree examination. Paramapoojaneeya Sri Guruji Golwalkar, former Sarsanghchalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, the soul and spirit of Hindu Rashtra and mentor of this sadhu, was the inspiration to choose this topic and this work is dedicated to him.

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PHILOSOPHY OF MAHAKAVI BHARATI

by Sadhu Prof. V. Rangarajan

Result of three decades of research, covering the political, religious and social philosophy of Mahakavi Bharati

Foreword: Smt. Prema Nandakumar

(Renowned writer, research scholar and author of English translation of Mahakavi Bharati’s poems)

Pages 320. Price: India-Rs.300; Outside: US$15.

Philosophy of Mahakavi Bharati is a research work on the philosophy of the Tamil poet, C. Subramania Bharati. Bharati was a practical Vedantin who gave a concrete form and shape to a way of life, of course, deriving inspiration from our ancient wisdom, but fulfilling the purposes of present day man. He not only preached his philosophy, but, like all true philosophers, practiced it to the very core in his life. Philosophy of Mahakavi Bharati is first of all, an attempt to find out to what extent Bharati could be deemed a philosopher of unique and universal thought, to find out the depth of his contribution to the world thought and culture. Philosophy of Mahakavi Bharati is confined to three main divisions viz., Religious Philosophy, Social Philosophy and Political Philosophy of Mahakavi Bharati. The work is dedicated to Poojya Swami Chinmayananda, the Siksha Guru of Sadhu Rangarajan, who extended all help to the sadhu to pursue the research.

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