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This great book immediately captivates the heart of any spiritual seeker or reader, as he is transported into the midst of a galaxy of Saints and Sages. The saintly author, Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj, in a unique style of down-to-the-earth simplicity and love for the mankind to benefit by the company of the wise, has beyond doubt made it to happen! When you go along with him, you will feel it. While one after the other, the amazing life and teachings of great masters are revealed, you cannot miss the warm touch of the great spiritual benefactor, somewhere in your own heart.

About the Author:

Born on the 8th September, 1887, in the illustrious family of Saga Appayya Diskhita and several other renowned saints and savants, Sri Swami Sivananda had a natural flair for a life devoted to the study and practice of Vedanta. Added to this was an inborn eagerness to serve all and an innate feeling of unity with all mankind. His passion for service drew him to the medical career; and soon he gravitated to where he thought that his service was most needed. Malaya claimed him. He had earlier been editing a Health Journal and wrote extensively on health problems. He discovered that people needed right knowledge most of all; dissemination of that knowledge he espoused as his own mission. It was divine dispensation and the blessing of God upon mankind that the doctor of body and mind renounced his career and took to a life of renunciation to qualify himself for ministering to the soul of man. He settled down at Rishikesh in 1924, practiced intense austerities and shone as a great Yogi, Saint, Sage and Jivanmukta. In 1932 he started the Sivanandashram. In 1936 was born The Divine Life Society. In 1948 the Yoga-Vedanta Forest Academy was organized. Dissemination of spiritual knowledge and training of people in Yoga and Vedanta were their aim and object. In 1950 he undertook a lightning tour of India and Ceylon. In 1953 he convened a 'World Parliament Reliogions'. He is the author of over 300 volumes and has disciples all over the world, belonging to all nationalities, religions and creeds. To read his works is to drink at the fountain of Wisdom Supreme. On 14th July, 1963 he entered Mahasamadhi.

Publishers' Note:

Swami Sivananda's "Lives of Saints" was first published in 1941 and reprinted in 1943 and 1944. A companion second volume, under the same title, followed in 1947, the year of the Master's Diamond Jubilee. It contained life-sketched of may more saints not covered in the original publication.

In the current edition, we have endeavoured to consolidate, not only the stories included in the above two volumes, but also those written by Swami Sivananda in other miscellaneous books. As such, the present publication has verily turned out to be treasure trove of inspiring spiritual biography, instructive anecdotes and lofty admonitions of men and women of the highest realisation. For sheer variety and range, this book perhaps has no equal.

Here, two points deserve special mention. Firstly, this book is totally non-sectarian and free from prejudice of any kind. It thus manages with marvelous success to draw out the very best from each subject it touches. Secondly, as these sketches come from the pen of a spiritual personality, they present all the lives in a distinctive spiritual personality, they present all the lives in a distinctive spiritual perspective, which a layman writing the same biographies would hardly be able to do. This fact, in itself, enhances the worth and utility of the book a great deal.

We feel privileged to be able to offer this book to the reading public. May the light of these saints guide and illumine the path of the readers. May their blessings shower upon the readers and the whole mankind!---Shivanandanagar, February 19,1993.---THE DIVINE LIFE SOCIETY

 

Introduction

Who is a saint? He who lives in God or the Eternal, who is free from egoism, likes and dislikes, selfishness, vanity, mine-ness, lust, greed and anger, who is endowed with equal vision, balanced mind, mercy, tolerance, righteousness and cosmic love, and who has divine knowledge, is a saint.

Saints and sages are a blessing to the world at large. They are the custodians of superior divine wisdom, spiritual powers and inexhaustible spiritual wealth. Even kings bow their heads at their lotus feet. King Janaka said to Yajnavalkya, "o venerable sage! I am grateful to your exalted holiness for obtaining the ancient wisdom of the Upanishads through your lofty and .sublime instructions. I offer my whole kingdom at thy feet. Further, I am thy servant. I will wait on thee like a servant."

Such is the magnanimous nature of saints and sages. Their very existence inspires others and goads them to become like them and attain the same state of bliss achieved by them. Had it not been for their existence, there would not have been spiritual uplift and salvation for you all. Their glory is indescribable. Their wisdom is unfathomable. They are deep like the ocean, steady like the Himalayas, pure like the Himalayan snow, effulgent like the sun. One crosses this terrible ocean of Samsara or births and deaths through their grace and Satsang. To be in their company is the highest education. To love them is the highest happiness. To be near them is real education.

The saints wander from village to village and disseminate divine knowledge. They move from door to door and impart wisdom. They take a little for their bare maintenance and give the highest education, culture and enlightenment to the people. Their very life is exemplary. Whether they deliver lectures or not, whether they hold discourses or not, it matters little.

Saints and sages only can become real advisers to the kings, because they are selfless and possess the highest wisdom. They only can improve the morality of the masses. They only can show the way to attain eternal bliss and immortality. Shivaji had Swami Ramdas as his adviser. King Dasaratha had Maharshi Vasishtha as his adviser.

Study the lives of saints, you are inspired at once. Remember their sayings, you are elevated immediately. Walk in their footsteps, you are freed from pain and sorrow. Therefore, the book "Lives of Saints" must be your constant companion. It must be in your pocket always. It must be underneath your pillow.

Do not superimpose defects on the saints on account of your Dosha-drishti or evil eye. You cannot judge their merits. Be humble and sit at their feet. Serve them with your heart and soul, keep them in your garden, clear your doubts. Get instructions and practise them in right earnest. You will certainly be blessed.

Every school, every college, every boarding-house, every jail, every institution, every house, should have a saint for guidance. Saints are in abundance. You do not want them. You do not wish to approach them. You do not wish to serve them. You do not aspire for higher things. You are perfectly satisfied with some broken shells and glass-pieces. There is no thirst or spiritual hunger in you for achieving higher divine knowledge and inner peace.

There is no caste among saints and sages. Do not look to their caste. You will not be benefited. You cannot imbibe their virtues. In higher religion, there is neither caste nor creed. Cobblers, weavers and untouchables had become the best saints. Wisdom and Self-realisation are not the monopoly of Brahmins alone. South Indian Brahmins pay respects and give food only to the Brahmin Dandi-Sannyasins. This is a serious mistake and a grave blunder. What a sad state! That is the reason why saints do not wish to visit South India. Punjab and Gujarat have devotion to all saints. Hence the saints move in those parts and people there derive much spiritual benefit from them.

In placing this book before the public in general, and the aspirants in the spiritual path in particular, it seems proper to write a few lines on the glory of saints. Saints, to whatever clime they may belong, have left their footprints on the sands of time, so that others, who are true and faithful, may follow their track in search of the Eternal Truth. Their lives have ever remained an inspiration to us. Their glory has ever been green in our memory. Their teachings have ever flowed with the tide of life. May they inspire us and guide us for ever!

The present work has been divided into thirteen sections. Saints do not strictly belong to any clime or country and no geographical limits can stop their influence from overflowing the boundaries. They belong to the whole world. Hence, to attach to them any provincial basis is to facilitate the easy understanding of the spiritual current started by each separately and by all conjointly for the spiritual regeneration of the land.

Man feels that he is weak and helpless. He has to counteract such evil tendencies through right exertion and through proper lead. To such persons the lives of saints serve as a guide. They mould their life, their character and their future. They change their mental outlook and convert them to the faith and teachings of their guide. Such true and reliable guides are the saints who have come and gone.

May this world be filled with good saints and sages! May you all attain the supreme goal through their Satsang and advice!! May the blessings of saints and sages be upon you all!!!

CONTENTS

 

Publishers' Note v
Prayer vi
Introduction viii
Saints of Ancient Times
 
Maharshi Vyasa 5
Sage Yajnavalkya 9
Yogi Bhusanda 13
Dattatreya 14
Yogi Jaigisavya 22
Thirumula Nayanar 23
The Prophets
 
Zoroaster 27
Parsvanatha 33
Buddha 35
Mahavira 49
Confucius 52
Jesus 64
Guru Nanak 70
The Acharyas
 
Sankara 85
Ramanuja 98
Madhva 104
Vallabha 106
Nimbarka 108
Ramananda 112
Gauranga 114
Saint Arunagiri 128
The Saivite Acharyas of Tamil Nadu
 
Appar or Thirunavukkarasar 133
Sundaramurti 139
Thiru Jnana Sambandhar 143
Manickavasagar 148
The Alwars or Vaishnava Mystics of South India
 
Introduction 153
The Three Ancient Alwars 155
Periyalwar 157
Nammalwar 161
Kulasekhara Alwar 165
Thondaradippodi Alwar 169
Thruppan Alwar 173
Thirumangai Alwar 175
Thirumazhisai Alwar 178
Andal 183
Saint Alavandar 187
Saints of Maharashtra
 
Samartha Ramdas 195
Namdev 201
Ekanath 211
Tukaram 215
Damaji 224
Chokamela 227
Akalkot Swami 231
Gorakumbar 232
Jnanadev 235
Saints of North India
 
Goswami Tulsidas 245
Kabir 248
The Saintly King Pipa 258
Narsi Mehta 261
Dadu 264
Akha 266
Milarepa Of Tibet 267
Gorakhnath 269
Saint Haridas 271
Saints of South India
 
Thiruvalluvar 279
Kanak DAs 282
Nilakantha Dikshitar 284
Purandara Das 286
Thayumanavar 290
Yogi Mukund Rai 292
Paramahamsa Tailang Swami 293
Pattinathu Pillayar 295
Tyagaraja 299
Nandanar 302
Bhadrachalam Ramdas 304
Vilwamangal 309
Yogi Vemana 313
Jaya Deva 322
Vidyaranya 335
Appayya Dikshitar 340
Sadasiva Brahman 353
Appayyacharya 357
Potana 359
Women Saints
 
Madalasa 363
Mira Bai 364
Sakubai 371
Muktabai 376
Rabia 378
Avadayakkaal 382
Sufi Saints
 
Jalal-ud-din Rumi 389
Mansoor 391
Shams Tabriez 393
Bulla Shah 394
Christian Mystics
 
Saint Augustine 399
Saint Francis of Assisi 404
Saint Francis Xavier 407
The Sikh Gurus
 
Guru Nanak 413
Guru Angad 415
Guru Amardas 419
Guru Ramdas 424
Guru Arjun Singh 426
Guru Hargobind 433
Guru Har Rai 438
Guru Har Kishan 441
Guru Teg Bahadur 442
Guru Govind Singh 446
Saints of Recent Times
 
Raghavendra Swami 457
Ramalinga Swami 462
Swami Dayananda Saraswati 470
Sundaresa Swami 475
Narayana Guru 478
Ramakrishna Paramahamsaa 480
Sri Aurobindo Ghosh 483
Swami Swayamprakasa Brahmendra Saraswati 490
Swami Rama Tirtha 493
Sri Ramana Maharshi 498
Saint Gudidi Baba 503

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This great book immediately captivates the heart of any spiritual seeker or reader, as he is transported into the midst of a galaxy of Saints and Sages. The saintly author, Sri Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj, in a unique style of down-to-the-earth simplicity and love for the mankind to benefit by the company of the wise, has beyond doubt made it to happen! When you go along with him, you will feel it. While one after the other, the amazing life and teachings of great masters are revealed, you cannot miss the warm touch of the great spiritual benefactor, somewhere in your own heart.

About the Author:

Born on the 8th September, 1887, in the illustrious family of Saga Appayya Diskhita and several other renowned saints and savants, Sri Swami Sivananda had a natural flair for a life devoted to the study and practice of Vedanta. Added to this was an inborn eagerness to serve all and an innate feeling of unity with all mankind. His passion for service drew him to the medical career; and soon he gravitated to where he thought that his service was most needed. Malaya claimed him. He had earlier been editing a Health Journal and wrote extensively on health problems. He discovered that people needed right knowledge most of all; dissemination of that knowledge he espoused as his own mission. It was divine dispensation and the blessing of God upon mankind that the doctor of body and mind renounced his career and took to a life of renunciation to qualify himself for ministering to the soul of man. He settled down at Rishikesh in 1924, practiced intense austerities and shone as a great Yogi, Saint, Sage and Jivanmukta. In 1932 he started the Sivanandashram. In 1936 was born The Divine Life Society. In 1948 the Yoga-Vedanta Forest Academy was organized. Dissemination of spiritual knowledge and training of people in Yoga and Vedanta were their aim and object. In 1950 he undertook a lightning tour of India and Ceylon. In 1953 he convened a 'World Parliament Reliogions'. He is the author of over 300 volumes and has disciples all over the world, belonging to all nationalities, religions and creeds. To read his works is to drink at the fountain of Wisdom Supreme. On 14th July, 1963 he entered Mahasamadhi.

Publishers' Note:

Swami Sivananda's "Lives of Saints" was first published in 1941 and reprinted in 1943 and 1944. A companion second volume, under the same title, followed in 1947, the year of the Master's Diamond Jubilee. It contained life-sketched of may more saints not covered in the original publication.

In the current edition, we have endeavoured to consolidate, not only the stories included in the above two volumes, but also those written by Swami Sivananda in other miscellaneous books. As such, the present publication has verily turned out to be treasure trove of inspiring spiritual biography, instructive anecdotes and lofty admonitions of men and women of the highest realisation. For sheer variety and range, this book perhaps has no equal.

Here, two points deserve special mention. Firstly, this book is totally non-sectarian and free from prejudice of any kind. It thus manages with marvelous success to draw out the very best from each subject it touches. Secondly, as these sketches come from the pen of a spiritual personality, they present all the lives in a distinctive spiritual personality, they present all the lives in a distinctive spiritual perspective, which a layman writing the same biographies would hardly be able to do. This fact, in itself, enhances the worth and utility of the book a great deal.

We feel privileged to be able to offer this book to the reading public. May the light of these saints guide and illumine the path of the readers. May their blessings shower upon the readers and the whole mankind!---Shivanandanagar, February 19,1993.---THE DIVINE LIFE SOCIETY

 

Introduction

Who is a saint? He who lives in God or the Eternal, who is free from egoism, likes and dislikes, selfishness, vanity, mine-ness, lust, greed and anger, who is endowed with equal vision, balanced mind, mercy, tolerance, righteousness and cosmic love, and who has divine knowledge, is a saint.

Saints and sages are a blessing to the world at large. They are the custodians of superior divine wisdom, spiritual powers and inexhaustible spiritual wealth. Even kings bow their heads at their lotus feet. King Janaka said to Yajnavalkya, "o venerable sage! I am grateful to your exalted holiness for obtaining the ancient wisdom of the Upanishads through your lofty and .sublime instructions. I offer my whole kingdom at thy feet. Further, I am thy servant. I will wait on thee like a servant."

Such is the magnanimous nature of saints and sages. Their very existence inspires others and goads them to become like them and attain the same state of bliss achieved by them. Had it not been for their existence, there would not have been spiritual uplift and salvation for you all. Their glory is indescribable. Their wisdom is unfathomable. They are deep like the ocean, steady like the Himalayas, pure like the Himalayan snow, effulgent like the sun. One crosses this terrible ocean of Samsara or births and deaths through their grace and Satsang. To be in their company is the highest education. To love them is the highest happiness. To be near them is real education.

The saints wander from village to village and disseminate divine knowledge. They move from door to door and impart wisdom. They take a little for their bare maintenance and give the highest education, culture and enlightenment to the people. Their very life is exemplary. Whether they deliver lectures or not, whether they hold discourses or not, it matters little.

Saints and sages only can become real advisers to the kings, because they are selfless and possess the highest wisdom. They only can improve the morality of the masses. They only can show the way to attain eternal bliss and immortality. Shivaji had Swami Ramdas as his adviser. King Dasaratha had Maharshi Vasishtha as his adviser.

Study the lives of saints, you are inspired at once. Remember their sayings, you are elevated immediately. Walk in their footsteps, you are freed from pain and sorrow. Therefore, the book "Lives of Saints" must be your constant companion. It must be in your pocket always. It must be underneath your pillow.

Do not superimpose defects on the saints on account of your Dosha-drishti or evil eye. You cannot judge their merits. Be humble and sit at their feet. Serve them with your heart and soul, keep them in your garden, clear your doubts. Get instructions and practise them in right earnest. You will certainly be blessed.

Every school, every college, every boarding-house, every jail, every institution, every house, should have a saint for guidance. Saints are in abundance. You do not want them. You do not wish to approach them. You do not wish to serve them. You do not aspire for higher things. You are perfectly satisfied with some broken shells and glass-pieces. There is no thirst or spiritual hunger in you for achieving higher divine knowledge and inner peace.

There is no caste among saints and sages. Do not look to their caste. You will not be benefited. You cannot imbibe their virtues. In higher religion, there is neither caste nor creed. Cobblers, weavers and untouchables had become the best saints. Wisdom and Self-realisation are not the monopoly of Brahmins alone. South Indian Brahmins pay respects and give food only to the Brahmin Dandi-Sannyasins. This is a serious mistake and a grave blunder. What a sad state! That is the reason why saints do not wish to visit South India. Punjab and Gujarat have devotion to all saints. Hence the saints move in those parts and people there derive much spiritual benefit from them.

In placing this book before the public in general, and the aspirants in the spiritual path in particular, it seems proper to write a few lines on the glory of saints. Saints, to whatever clime they may belong, have left their footprints on the sands of time, so that others, who are true and faithful, may follow their track in search of the Eternal Truth. Their lives have ever remained an inspiration to us. Their glory has ever been green in our memory. Their teachings have ever flowed with the tide of life. May they inspire us and guide us for ever!

The present work has been divided into thirteen sections. Saints do not strictly belong to any clime or country and no geographical limits can stop their influence from overflowing the boundaries. They belong to the whole world. Hence, to attach to them any provincial basis is to facilitate the easy understanding of the spiritual current started by each separately and by all conjointly for the spiritual regeneration of the land.

Man feels that he is weak and helpless. He has to counteract such evil tendencies through right exertion and through proper lead. To such persons the lives of saints serve as a guide. They mould their life, their character and their future. They change their mental outlook and convert them to the faith and teachings of their guide. Such true and reliable guides are the saints who have come and gone.

May this world be filled with good saints and sages! May you all attain the supreme goal through their Satsang and advice!! May the blessings of saints and sages be upon you all!!!

CONTENTS

 

Publishers' Note v
Prayer vi
Introduction viii
Saints of Ancient Times
 
Maharshi Vyasa 5
Sage Yajnavalkya 9
Yogi Bhusanda 13
Dattatreya 14
Yogi Jaigisavya 22
Thirumula Nayanar 23
The Prophets
 
Zoroaster 27
Parsvanatha 33
Buddha 35
Mahavira 49
Confucius 52
Jesus 64
Guru Nanak 70
The Acharyas
 
Sankara 85
Ramanuja 98
Madhva 104
Vallabha 106
Nimbarka 108
Ramananda 112
Gauranga 114
Saint Arunagiri 128
The Saivite Acharyas of Tamil Nadu
 
Appar or Thirunavukkarasar 133
Sundaramurti 139
Thiru Jnana Sambandhar 143
Manickavasagar 148
The Alwars or Vaishnava Mystics of South India
 
Introduction 153
The Three Ancient Alwars 155
Periyalwar 157
Nammalwar 161
Kulasekhara Alwar 165
Thondaradippodi Alwar 169
Thruppan Alwar 173
Thirumangai Alwar 175
Thirumazhisai Alwar 178
Andal 183
Saint Alavandar 187
Saints of Maharashtra
 
Samartha Ramdas 195
Namdev 201
Ekanath 211
Tukaram 215
Damaji 224
Chokamela 227
Akalkot Swami 231
Gorakumbar 232
Jnanadev 235
Saints of North India
 
Goswami Tulsidas 245
Kabir 248
The Saintly King Pipa 258
Narsi Mehta 261
Dadu 264
Akha 266
Milarepa Of Tibet 267
Gorakhnath 269
Saint Haridas 271
Saints of South India
 
Thiruvalluvar 279
Kanak DAs 282
Nilakantha Dikshitar 284
Purandara Das 286
Thayumanavar 290
Yogi Mukund Rai 292
Paramahamsa Tailang Swami 293
Pattinathu Pillayar 295
Tyagaraja 299
Nandanar 302
Bhadrachalam Ramdas 304
Vilwamangal 309
Yogi Vemana 313
Jaya Deva 322
Vidyaranya 335
Appayya Dikshitar 340
Sadasiva Brahman 353
Appayyacharya 357
Potana 359
Women Saints
 
Madalasa 363
Mira Bai 364
Sakubai 371
Muktabai 376
Rabia 378
Avadayakkaal 382
Sufi Saints
 
Jalal-ud-din Rumi 389
Mansoor 391
Shams Tabriez 393
Bulla Shah 394
Christian Mystics
 
Saint Augustine 399
Saint Francis of Assisi 404
Saint Francis Xavier 407
The Sikh Gurus
 
Guru Nanak 413
Guru Angad 415
Guru Amardas 419
Guru Ramdas 424
Guru Arjun Singh 426
Guru Hargobind 433
Guru Har Rai 438
Guru Har Kishan 441
Guru Teg Bahadur 442
Guru Govind Singh 446
Saints of Recent Times
 
Raghavendra Swami 457
Ramalinga Swami 462
Swami Dayananda Saraswati 470
Sundaresa Swami 475
Narayana Guru 478
Ramakrishna Paramahamsaa 480
Sri Aurobindo Ghosh 483
Swami Swayamprakasa Brahmendra Saraswati 490
Swami Rama Tirtha 493
Sri Ramana Maharshi 498
Saint Gudidi Baba 503

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