Samartha Ramdas and Sajjangarh

Had a darshan of Samartha Ramdas Swami’s “Samadhi” on Jan 12th, 08, which is in the Sajjangarh fort, near Satara, Maharashtra. Ramdas swami remains an inspiration for the technique he developed in infusing Nationalism and Dharmic devotion among ordinary people across the country by his concept of Hanuman temple, akhaada and a Paathashaala in every village. His emphasis on Rashtra chintana along with spiritual sadhana is more relevant today than it was anytime before.

Ayush

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9 thoughts on “Samartha Ramdas and Sajjangarh

  1. vijay dhanappagol bedkihal karnataka

    how i will find route map to sajjangarh and places near by?because we have a school trip next week.

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  2. vijay dhanappagl bedkiha karnataka

    our school trip will visit this place next week.thanks for giving details regarding this place.

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  3. Ramdas

    Dear Arise Bharat,

    I read your article . Its nice. Samartha Ramdas Swami was dynamic as well as innovative and has been inspiration to millions.

    His teachings are still relevent in todays world .

    For more information/queries please visit official Sajjangad website :

    http://www.samartharamdas.com/

    Keep up your good work and please continue writing about saints of India and their philosophy.

    Regards,

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    1. arisebharat Post author

      dhanyavaad for your comments & your link to the official website of Sajjangarh.

      I was particularly fascinated by Swamiji’s resolute determination & his ability to inspire and guide Sivaji maharaj thru some of the most turbulent times of Indian history.

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    1. arisebharat Post author

      Depends on where you are starting from. I generally reach Satara and travel by bus from there. Interesting route thru the ghats.

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  4. jambudweepee

    his concept of Hanuman temple, akhaada and a Paathashaala in every village. His emphasis on Rashtra chintana along with spiritual sadhana is more relevant today than it was anytime before.

    Well said.
    The border villages of east and north-east need the akhaadas the most.
    A missionary approach only can meet the present needs.

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