Guru Govind Dono Khade
Kake Lagu Paye
Balihari Gurudevki
Govind Diyo Milaye

God comes to earth to set himself as an ideal man so as to enable man to follow his example and elevate himself to Godhood. Such divine souls who tread on the path set by God attain the state of Godhood but they live among men as ordinary men, often incognito, until other yearning souls discover in them the ideal to follow. Swamiji is one such divine soul.

While "Bhagwan Ved" is a symbol of supreme knowledge, Guru Gangeshwaranandji is a symbol of supreme penance. He was the only scholar in the world, who had at the tip of his tongue not only all the verses of the four Vedas but was also a critic and an interpreter of the meaning of these verses. Infact the whole Life of Gurudev was dedicated to "Bhagwan Ved". He took upon the task of integrating Indian thought by redefining the ancient concepts on Ved & Bhagwad Gita and reinterpreting them in the right way. The very objective of his life was to propogate Vedic knowledge in the various countries all over the world and make human life meaningful. Hence in front of the idol of "Bhagwan Ved" which is a symbol of knowledge, a statue of "Guru Gangeshwaranandji" is installed.

Swamiji was an authority on Vedas. By tirelessly working to create an atmosphere of peace and brotherhood among all his devotees, Guruji had earned the respect of everyone who came to see him. His humility and love for all are what inspired those who met him.

Life History of Mahamandaleshwar Guru Gangeshwaranandji Maharaj

Since the beginning of the world it has been proven on several occasions that, in times of immense human suffering, threats to world peace or the destruction of the environment, the power of God descends to Mother Earth to manifest itself as an Avatar in one human being to bring salvation and deliverance from our sins. Guru Gangeshwaranandji also came on earth to relieve many a men of their sufferings and show them the path of life.

Pandit Ramadutta lived in Punjab. His wife Sarla Devi who also was a devout follower of Shree Ramanandji, gave birth to a child on 27th of December in the year 1881. This child - named Chandreshwara - later got his Sanyasin title Guru Gangeshwaranandji Udaseen at the age of 24. Between the birth and the ascetic initiation at 24, many eventful incidents took place. As a child, he showed some unique brilliance. Little before the 5th year of his age, he perceived a Vision of Lord Krishna. Shortly after that, he lost his earthly vision due to an ailment of small pox. Guru Ramanandji visited 7 year old Gangeshwarji, as well as his parents. He asked them to recite with devotion one thousand names of Lord Vishnu as also the holy book Bhagwad Gita.

Unfolding of the divine took place at the age of 24 and the young Chandreshwar became consciousness-conscious because of his hard penance for 22 hours everyday. As an Udaseen ascetic, he was initiated in the cult and the name Gangeshwaranand was attached to his being. On his masters advice he went to Kashi and within 3 years of his stay there he mastered almost all the holy scriptures by heart. The lifetime work of learning asceticsm and devotion could be completed by him in 3 years. He also got his bachelor degree of the Punjab University. With his learned Sadhu colleagues he toured extensively the whole country several times and started hundreds of Veda academies, temples, hermitages and allied institutions in India and abroad. He had a vast circle of devotees and disciples.

His international fame as a savant and scholar of Vedas, all other sanskrit lore and literature would be well perceived by layman from the voluminous work of Veda Grantha published with phonetic symbols and marphological signs named - Bhagwan Veda. Many scholoars from India and foreign countries flocked around him to get the nectar of his erudiation.

He was a Dyani, a Bairagi and a Bhakta. He had in him the philosphical vision of Shree Aurobindo, the intense introspection of Shree Ramkrishna Paramahansa, the missionary zeal of Swami Vivekananda and the complete surrender of Shree Chaitanya Deva.

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