Shreedhara Swami Maharaj



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Other Names and Nicknames: 
Shreedhar Deglurkar, Shreedhara Swamiji, Bhagwan Sadguru Shreedhara Swami Maharaj
Function: 
Satguru
Traditions: 
Advaita, Sanathana Dharma, Bhakti, Trayodashakshari
Main Countries of Activity: 
Bhaarat (India)
Date of Birth: 
07/12/1908
Place of Birth: 
Lad Chincholi (District: Gulbarga - Karnataka), India
In His/Her Body ("alive"): 
No
Date Left His/Her Body: 
19/04/1973
Ancestor Gurus: 
Other Related Gurus: 
Swami Shree Shivananda of Shigehalli (Sirsi - Karnataka)

Biography

Shri Shreedharswami Maharaj whose pre-monastic name was Shreedhar Deglurkar, was one of the foremost spiritual leaders of modern India who dedicated his life for the spiritual upliftment of hundreds of thousands of Indians.

Considered by many to be an incarnation of Dattatreya, Shri Shreedharswami worked tirelessly for the revival of Hinduism which had fallen prey to evils like casteism, sectarianism and orthodox ritualism. In a lifetime spanning over six decades, Shri Shreedharswami toured the entire length and breadth of the country preaching the core principles of Sanatan Vedic Hindu Dharma (core philosophy of Vedanta), before establishing an ashram at Varadpur in Karnataka in 1958. Here he erected the Dharma Dhwaja which serves as a permanent reminder for all Hindus to persist in their endeavors towards revitalizing Sanatan Vedic Hindu Dharma. Every year hundreds of thousands of pilgrims visit his shrine at Varadpur to seek spiritual inspiration.

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Swamiji having been commented as tapaswi, tejaswi by his contemporary saint Swami Shivananda and he was praised by other saints also for his spiritual matter.