The biography of Shrimad Nrusimha Saraswati “Shree Gurucharitra”, gives us the Guru Charitra – Complete Biography of Shree Akkalkot Niwasi Swami. Sadguru Shree Vitthalrao Ganesh Joshi (Shree Maharaj alias Shree Digambardas Maharaj) was born in a small village called Pomendi in the. Guru Charitra – Complete Biography of Shree Akkalkot Niwasi Swami Samarth Translation of Hindi Book “Shree Swami Samarth Maharaj Ki Avatar Leela”.

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August All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or transmitted by any means – electronic or magaraj — including photocopy, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without the express permission in writing from: This Land has witnessed a number of Divine miracles and God’s creations.

This is a land of the sages and saints!

A sacred home for penance of the accomplished ascetics! The Hindu ethical philosophy believes the Brahma-tatva 2 that is free from all worldly desires lies at the origin of this Universe. According to the basic principle of Brahma-tatva, the attribute-less Supreme Spirit desired to be many.

It created Maya 3with three qualities i. Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Mahesh 7 are the presiding deities representing goodness, passion and ignorance.


The true knowledge of Supreme spirit at the msharaj is formless. This Supreme Spirit always remains formless and views the Maya3 with the sentiments of an eyewitness. Whenever there is ‘Dharmaglani 10 ‘ in this Maharwj, the form-less Supreme Spirit descends on this earth in the form of a Saguna-Sakar Supreme Being manifested with all the three qualities. The Supreme Being then establishes religion by protecting righteousness and annihilating the evil; eradicates the sufferings of their devotees and restores their happiness.

He shows his devotees the path to their welfare as mahaaj as liberation from this worldly akkaalkot. The true knowledge of Supreme Spirit 3 Maya: Mode of Goodness 5 Akkalmot The mode of passion 6 Tamas: The mode of ignorance 7 Lord Mahesh: Another name of Lord Shiva 8 Nirgun-Nirakar: Virtueless and formless God 9 Sagun-Sakar: With attributes and form.

All-virtuous personified form of God 10 Dharmaglani: The triad represents the combination of three qualities: Goodness, Passion and Ignorance.

Lord Dattatrey is the presiding Deity of this holy Earth and the holy Vedas. Since Lord Dattatrey is the manifestation of the triad, Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Naharaj, he typically appears in the form of an ascetic with three heads and six arms. He has an aura of a rising sun around him and has lustrous Jaffa 12 tied in a knot over his head. He is dressed in a deerskin and is a radiant assuring figure for the devotees.

His arms are seen to be holding various objects such as Mala 13Kamandalu 14Damaru 15Trishul TridentShankh Conchand Chakra Holy Weaponeach of them with a peculiar spiritual connotation. Sometimes he wears a tiger skin. Lord Dattatrey is also biographyy as an Avadhoot 17a Digamber 18an ascetic of highest order, beyond praise, selfless, free from the consciousness of the ego, roaming free like a child over the face of the earth.


He is also known to manifest in any form at his own free will. He is known to be pure consciousness in human form enjoying emancipation during his lifetime. He also asks for alms and is easily satisfied with any little devotional service of his devotees. He always protects his devotees and easily comes to their rescue, whenever they need him. The Vedas are the most ancient books in the Mahataj, and they are the Foundation of Hinduism.

Guru Charitra – Shree Swami Samarth

Vedas have no beginning or end. While it might surprise people how a book can have no beginning or end, the ancient Rishis who wrote these accepted that the complete knowledge of the Universe could never fit in any book, so there would always be new things to discover.

This philosophy makes Hinduism a very tolerant religon, always ready to accept new ideas from other cultures. Long Matted Hair 13 Mala: Holy Pot 15 Damaru: A damaru is a small two-headed drum used by Lord Shiva 16 Vibhuti: Vibhuti, a word of Sanskrit and several other languages of India. Literally, it has several meaning including all pervading; superhuman power; and wealth. Vibhuti is also the name for sacred ash used in religious worship in Hinduism, especially connected with Akkalkto Shiva.

The ash has several symbolic meanings. Placed on the forehead of devotees, it covers the mark of the spiritual third eye of Hindu belief that sees development of mystic insight as the primary path to Self- realization. It calls to bioyraphy good of ridding oneself of selfish and base worldly desires that wrap the self in Maya illusion just as Shiva burned the god of desire, Kama, to ashes when he attempted to break Shiva’s focus on the Divine Truth.

An avadhoot also spelled Avadhut is a mystic who has risen above body-consciousness, duality, and worldly concerns. The term is described in one text as one who is free from the consciousness of the ego, roaming free like a child over the face of the earth.

An avadhut does not identify with the body, mind or emotions. Such a person is said to be pure consciousness in human form. The nature of the avadhut is the subject of the Avadhut Gita, the authorship of which is traditionally ascribed to Dattatreya. The Bhagwat 20 mentions sixteen incarnations of Lord Dattatreya himself. Biovraphy incarnations have been described in the Hindu Mythology.

The only one, who has fully dedicated Himself to the devotees is Lord Dattatrey. He himself had twenty-four preceptors. He closely mahaaj different qualities in this world and accepted only those qualities favourable for one’s accomplishment. He rejected unfavourable qualities. One of the most important classics of India describing the life and times of Lord Krishna.

It is verily the Hindu Bible. Also called Bhagvat Purana. The writer of this book is named Krishna Dvaipayana Vyasadeva, also called Badarayana. He is the Akkallkot, the bhagavan, amongst the philosophers, who in India assembled all the holy texts. He arranged the Vedas, the basic books s’ruti with the mantras for the rituals, the wisdom and the hymns and wrote the Mahabharata, the greatest epic poem in the world describing the history itihasa of the great fall that the Vedic culture once made.


The Bhagavad Gita is a part of it. Vyasa also wrote the rest of the eighteen great Bibles the puranas of India as well as the Brahma-sutra, his masterpiece on the Absolute Truth.

A Purana depicting the glory of Lord Vishnu 21 Jagadguru: The preceptor of the world. Hence one should avoid the company of a woman.

One should always remain alert. For one’s rescue, one should be self-supporting. Biogrsphy Lord Dattatrey realized the importance of concentration and contemplation from the worm. In this manner, by accepting favourable qualities and rejecting unfavourable qualities, Lord Dattatrey became a ‘Jagadguru’. The disciples of Lord Dattatrey Lord Dattatrey had several disciples.

He was very pleased with Krutaveerya’s son, Arjun Kartaveerya, Sahasrarjunso he made him king of planet earth. He also blessed King Arjun with biogfaphy hands and self-knowledge.

Pralhad, the devotee of Lord Narsinha 22 had the divine vision of the Supreme Spirit when he received initiation from Lord Dattatrey. King Alarka, the son of the chaste woman Madalasa, was very materialistic and addicted to pleasures. However, when Lord Dattatrey initiated him, a miracle occurred and he renounced all worldly pleasures as well as his kingdom. He then became a great ascetic.

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Lord Dattatrey 22 Lord Narsinha: Lord Dattatrey blessed King Aayu with a son and in the end emancipated him with divine knowledge. Lord Dattatrey blessed a devotee named Vishnudatta with ‘Mantrashastra 23 ‘ for the purpose of benevolence. Lord Dattatrey is therefore, respected as a generously magnanimous incarnation. Birth of Lord Dattatrey Anusuya, the wife of the sage Atri rishi 24was very chaste and virtuous.

The fame and lustre of Anusuya’s chastity and virtue had already spread far and wide in the three worlds heaven, earth and nether world. The great sage Narada 25 instigated the three divine goddesses who then convinced their husbands to test Anusuya for her chastity and virtue. Sage Atri was away from the hermitage at that time. Anusuya prepared food for the three guests. But then the three guests made a strange request, “we will accept your food only if you feed us without wearing any garment”.

Embarrassed with this strange request of the guests, Anusuya was highly confused. Her virtue and chastity were at stake on one side and her hospitality was at stake on the other hand. Then Anusuya took some water from the Kamandalul4 of sage Atri and sprinkled it on the guests. Miraculously, the guests turned into babies and started crying. Due to their crying, the motherly affection in Anusuya was stimulated and she breast-fed all the three babies.

When the three Gods did not return as expected, their wives Savitri, Lakshmi and Parvati became very anxious and worried. They approached Anusuya’s hermitage, claiming their husbands.