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He speaks effectively himabiri Hindi, Marathi and English. During the summer months he would leave Uttarkashi for Gangotri, and even today just above Gomukh beyond the source of the Ganga, there is a place called Tapovan.
Swami Tapovan was himself the ideal who had personally understood through deep study, dispassion and contemplation the relationship between the biological processes of the body and the human psyche. Swami Tapovan Maharaj exhibited a marked partiality for spiritual life.
He is an artist and a singer, has composed many Himwgiri and has brought out CD albums. One of these students was none other than Swami Chinmayananda.
When Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda was asked about his Guru, he became silent; what words could express the infinite? He revealed Nature’s secrets in his “travelogue” in two Sanskrit masterpieces, “Himagiri Viharam” and “Kailasa Yatra”. Intimate communion with Nature while he walked peaks and valleys of the Himalayas for countless yearsgave Swami Tapovan the boundless spiritual voharam.
Sages and serious spiritual students came to study in his austere Kutir hermitage. A rare jewel in the crown of the Himalayan stepps, Pujya Shri Swami Tapovanam was revered and acclaimed as the greatest of Jnanis and a man of total perfection.
Swamiji has carried forward the work of Pujya Gurudev with the same tireless commitment and dedication. The inner transformation of individuals through knowledge of Vedanta, spiritual practices and service to society, resulting in happy world around them. Swami Tejomayananda Pujya Guruji.
He made significant contributions to the monthly magazines Tapovan Prasad and Balavihar. Pujya Swami Tapovan Maharaj had a complete mastery of the Scriptures. From a very tender age he was not attracted to the materialistic life.
When his worldly commitments were fulfilled, Swami Tapovan embraced the renunciate life and took to the secluded forest and higher elevations of the Himalayas, living in sacred Uttarkashi. He was indeed the very embodiment of the ideals of sannyasa, endowed with supreme renunciation, deep wisdom, saintliness, austerity, and compassion, a true virakta mahatma. He was one of those fortunate to meet Vhiaram in his youth. Its scientific clarity hi,agiri subtle, because the treatise gives insight into how the saints of the East attain self mastery.
Tapovan Maharaj exhibited a thirst for spiritual knowledge and self-realisation, also being an accomplished public speaker. His style is humorous, yet zeroing in unerringly on the mystic message of Vedanta.
Vuharam has inspired generations of youngsters through his love and dynamic active association with the Chinmaya Yuva Kendra and worked with them in many spiritual and social projects in Chennai, India.
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His autobiography, written in Sanskrit is titled “Ishvara Darshana”. He authored two books on his travels through the Himalayas: On August 3,He became one with the Infinite Truth.
These books provide glimpses into how a man of Divine Vision beholds Truth everywhere, playing in and through every form. The masterpiece, without a doubt, is “Ishwara Darshan”, which is his autobiographical “sketch” – it is an absorbing account of a search for the Truth.
This is richly and abundantly evident in his talks, his singing, and his demeanour. There he lived a life of extreme tapas austerityspending his time in study, reflection and meditation. His “Vision of the Bhagavad-Gita” brilliantly summarizes the esoteric philosophy of the Geeta in a way that any layman can understand.
He left the modern education system early and dedicated himself to the study sanskrit and vedanta. On January 16,on the Full-Moon day, at 4: In a spirit of deep renunciation, the infinitely gentle poet in him, saw Humanity and Nature as one vast “plant”, needing only “Love” for its highest fulfillment.
He is today the man behind the success of revitalization of the sales of the Chinmaya Publications in the west. If Swami Chinmayananda served the cause of Vedanta with his service, knowledge and pioneering qualities, Swami Tejomayananda — fondly addressed as Guruji — completed that with his natural attitude of devotion.
A Hindu spiritual leader and teacher who inspired the formation of Chinmaya Mission a worldwide nonprofit organisation, himagri spread the knowledge of Advaita Vedanta, the nondual system of thought found in the Upanishads, which epitomise the philosophical teachings of the Vedas. Chinmayananda is known for teaching Bhagavad gita, the Upanishads, and other ancient Hindu scriptures.
His temperament led him naturally to a life of renunciation, austerity, and study.
He was also an eminent Sanskrit scholar and poet. To provide to individuals from any background, the wisdom of Vedanta and the practical means for spiritual growth and happiness, enabling them to become positive contributors to society.
He decided early on that he must viharma wherever the Master led him. Swamiji sings melodiously and listening to the Bhagavatam or Ramayana from Swamiji is always an emotional and spiritual treat to the seeker.
He had many seekers who came to study under him, but only a few could endure the rigorous life viharma complete their studies. Even now, to mention his name in the solitude of the Himalayas is to awaken a deep reverence.
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During this time, he slowly built a team of teachers who in turn are holding up the torch of Vedanta in India and abroad. He delighted in worshipping idols fashioned with his own hands. He taught Gurudev all the virtues enumerated in the Seventeenth Chapter of Geeta constituting himzgiri three forms of Tapas — physical, verbal, and mental.