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A short introduction of Swamiji Shri Ramsukhdasji Maharaj

 

 A liberated, enlightened, and devotee saint of this age, Revered Swami Ramsukhdasji Maharaj was born in a small village "Maadpura" in the Nagore district of Rajasthan in 1904 A.D. (Vikram Samvat 1960) in the Vedic calendar month of Falgun. In the young age of just 4 years, his mother made him an ascetic (Saadhu).  Fulfilling the completely renunciate duties of an ascetic, he stayed on this earth for an age of approximately 102 years and throughout his life, he went from village-to-village and city-to-city and kept pouring the nectar of satsang.   Perhaps no other saint has travelled across India to the extent to which he travelled during his lifetime.

 

The prime objective of his life was to stay away from personal propaganda and spread the divine messages of Gita only for the welfare of the people. Therefore he entirely stayed away from tasks such as being photographed, getting his feet touched, making disciples, accepting gifts or donations, accumulating money or things etc., building ashrams (monasteries), making cults etc., and in this way neither did he establish any personal relationship with any person, organization, cult, monastery etc., nor did he appoint anyone as his disciple, propagator, or successor. Sustaining his life merely through alms, he remained engaged in selflessly benefiting the society through his mind, body, and speech throughout his life.

 

His sole aim was to find out how mankind can be benefited (liberated) in the least possible time and through the easiest possible method, and throughout his life he kept searching for this one answer.  In this context he discovered many revolutionary, novel, and remarkable methods and spread them across the masses through his discourses and articles. Without insisting upon any opinion, argument, cult etc., he propagated only that which was his own experience. He explained the deep, complicated and the most eminent subjects of the spiritual path to the common man in an extremely simple manner, so that an average literate man too can easily understand them and can apply them in his life. 

 

The very idol of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, Revered Swamiji Maharaj also authored an unprecedented commentary on Gita titled 'Sadhak-Sanjivani', which is an outstanding gift from him to the world. Other than this, he also authored several unparalleled texts such as 'Gita-Darpan', 'Gita Prabodhani', 'Sadhan-Sudha-Sindhu' etc.   The lessons from the books, leave an immutable, irrevocable impression on the readers, as these are not dependent on just scholarly writings, but are based on experience rather than learning.  

 

This glorious personage of the world disappeared on July 3rd, 2005 (Aashadh Krishna 12, Vikram Samvat 2062) on the banks of Ganga, Gita Bhavan, Swargashram (Rishikesh).

 

Completely rid of attachment, idol of renunciation, Revered Swamiji Maharaj had especially instructed that no one may write his biography. Therefore, this short introduction has been written only so that more and more people can become acquainted with this great saint and thereby uplift themselves and benefit from his discourses. 

 

With deep reverence

 

A Sadhak