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Learn how and when to remove this template message Ramdas, previously known as Narayan was born at Jamb, a village in present-day Jalna district , Maharashtra on the occasion of Rama Navami , CE. His father Suryajipanta was known to be a worshipper of the sun. He had an elder brother named Gangadhar. His father died when Narayan was seven.

It is said that Narayan turned into an introvert after the demise of his father and was often noticed to be engrossed in thoughts about the divine. Then at the age of twelve, he is believed to have walked to Panchavati , a Hindu pilgrimage town near Nashik. He later moved to Taakli near Nashik. At Taakli, he spent the next twelve years, probably between CE and CE as an ascetic in complete devotion to Rama.

During this period, he adhered to a rigorous daily routine and devoted most of his time to meditation, worship and exercise. He is thought to have attained enlightenment at the age of He adopted the name Ramdas around this period. He later had an idol of Hanuman installed at Taakli. Pilgrimage and spiritual movement Edit Ramdas soon left Taakli and embarked on a pilgrimage across India.

He traveled for around twelve years and witnessed the then existing social realities. He made observations on the effects of natural calamities such as floods and famines on human life. He also observed the atrocities that the then Muslim rulers committed on the common masses. He had these observations recorded in two of his literary works Asmani Sultania and Parachakraniroopan. He also probably traveled to the Himalayas during this period.

Around this time, he is thought to have met the sixth Sikh Guru Hargobind at Srinagar. After concluding his travels, he returned to Mahabaleshwar , a town near Satara, Maharashtra. Later while at Masur, another town near Satara, he arranged for Rama Navami celebrations that were reportedly attended by thousands. He is also believed to have discovered idols of Rama in the Krishna river.

As part of his mission to redeem spirituality among the masses and unite the distressed Hindu populations, Ramdas initiated the Samarth sect. He established several matha monasteries across the Indian subcontinent. He is claimed to have established somewhere between and matha during his travels. Around CE, he had an idol of Rama installed at a newly built temple in Chaphal, a village near Satara. He initially had eleven Hanuman temples constructed in various regions of southern Maharashtra. These are now commonly referred to as the Maruti see list below.

He also had Hanuman temples built at other locations in Maharashtra and across the Indian subcontinent. Hanuman temples established by him have been found across India in regions including Jaipur , Varanasi also Kashi , Thanjavur formerly Tanjore and Ujjain.

He also had a temple of the Hindu goddess Durga constructed at Pratapgad , a fort near Satara. Ramdas had a matha set up at Tanjore presently Thanjavur during his journey to southern India. On his arrival there, he was reportedly received by Vyankoji Bhonsle , the then ruler of Tanjore. Vyankoji was later accepted by Ramdas as a disciple. While at Tanjore, Pandit Raghunath, a contemporary religious figure also became his disciple.

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Here we present the english translation. God Ganesh, the god of all virtues and to whom the spirit owes its origin; Goddess Sharda, the goddess of speech; we bow to them. Now we will explore the way to reach Lord Rama which is considered as infinite. Shloka 1 Let us follow the path of honesty and devotion. This path will lead us to Shri Hari.

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