Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath found it out, leading a spiritual life of solitude and penance on the banks of Narmada. He was experiencing what the yogis call the Brahmi State or the Swarupa Sakshatkara; after practicing chanting of Ram Naam, the essence of all sadhanas.
A New Dawn of the Divine presents diary notes of someone in the highest throes of God-realisation. ese were conceived in his 22-months-long stint in a cave wherein Sitaramdas Omkarnath lived almost without any food, always absorbed in samadhi.
ese are precious notes that inspire the seekers and bring guidance to those vibrating e of spiritual ecstasies.
While in his forties, He formally became a renunciate and assumed the name Sitaramdas Omkarnath. He wrote a number of books that were to give the world a glimpse into His deep spiritual experience.
Swami Chidananda of Divine Life Society hailed him as the Naam Avatara. All the leading lights of the day such as Sufi Pir Inayat Vilayat Khan, the Buddhist master Dalai Lama, Ma Anandamayi, Daya Ma of the Yogoda Satsanga, Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and other mystics, experienced divine bliss on contact with Him. A proponent of the doctrine of Omkar, Sri Sri Sitaramdas Omkarnath said that all the streams of spirituality culminate into Omkara. He mainly preached the chanting of Naam or the Mahamantra i.e. Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Hare Hare, Hare Ram Hare Ram Ram Ram Hare Hare. His teachings had a universal appeal.
He wrote a unique commentary on Gita titled Pranav Prem Piyush and his commentary on the Upanishads, especially the Brihadaranyaka and Chhandogya and Katha Upanishad is the 11 volume Magnum Opus titled Sri Sri Namamrita Lahari. He wrote 200 original books in his lifetime; built 76 ashrams all over the country, from Kanyakumari to Utrakashi Himalayas; initiated lakhs of followers and preached Sanatana Dhara tirelessly through ninety years of his mortal existence.
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