Saint of Maharashtra श्री निसर्गदत्ता महाराज (Nisargadatta Maharaj) Biography


This articles contain biography of social reformer and saint Shree Nisargadatta Maharaj. Here you can get complete information about his thoughts, knowledge and blessings for humanity. The few books of him are very famous and published in English example "I Am That".

Saint of Maharashtra श्री निसर्गदत्ता महाराज (Nisargadatta Maharaj) Biography



Name :- Shree NisargaDatta Maharaj (Maruti Shivrampant Kambli)
Profession :- Spiritual Teacher, Guru
Born :- 17th April 1897 at Mumbai
Died :- 8 September 1981 at Mumbai
Author :- I Am That, Sulabh Atmadnyan, Beyond feedom, etc.

Shree Nisargadatta Maharaj a spiritual teacher and Guru of Hindu Philosophy. Guruji born in 17th April 1897 at Mumbai. After death of his father the responsibility of family comes on him. For that they start working as a clerk in bidi factory. During his regular life they come in contact with Shree Siddharameshwar Maharaj who is Guru of Navanatha Sampradaya. His mind and eye get opened by the updesha of Guru "Sense I Am". After that the life of Shree Nisargadatta Maharaj get changed and they are become a student of his Guru.

Shree Nisargadatta Maharaj, start studying and exploring things about "I Am" by yoga and following updesha of his guru. After being a master he start spreading knowledge about spirituality to his students. Some of quotes that can change a life of simple human as follows,

Quotes of Shree Nisargadatta Maharaj


1. All you can teach is understanding. The rest comes on its own.
2. Truth is not a reward for good behaviour, nor a prize for passing some tests. It cannot be brought about. It is the primary, the unborn, the ancient source of all that is. You are eligible because you are. You need not merit truth. It is your own. Just stop running away by running after. Stand still, be quiet.
3. There is only life, there is nobody who lives a life.
4. When I see I am nothing, that is wisdom. When I see I am everything, that is love. My life is a movement between these two.


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