MAHAPURUSHA DAY WAS 18th FEBRUARY

Ramakrishna Math in Chennai

One Mahapurusha-noble soul was born in the East in Eighteen
Thirty Six on Eighteenth February -at Kamarpukar, in Bengal
A great spiritualist he turned out to be later
And led the people towards ideal life better.

India that is Bharath my holy and sacred Motherland
Gave birth to many, saints and seers great and grand
In the East and west, North and South, central -all over
And the Nation pays its deep reverence for ever.

Gadadhar Chattopadhyay became Ramakrishna
Paramahamsa- a great Mission founded in his Name
-Ramakrishna Mission is doing yeoman service in social
Medical and educational services all through the land special!

 

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2 thoughts on “MAHAPURUSHA DAY WAS 18th FEBRUARY

  1. Very Nice Morning Sir!

    Year 1836 was fortunate to give birth to a noble soul,
    RAMAKRISHNA PARAMAHAMSA.

    A great man of wisdom. Spread Bakthi, devotion,
    and courage to our people.

    Instrumental for the wide spread education and hospitals.
    A great service to the humanity.

    Let us celebrate his birthday with pride.

    Thanks Sir!
    G Vasu

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