Swami Tapasyananda As We Knew Him

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Author: A Compilation
Publisher: Sri Ramakrishna Math Chennai
Pages: 778
Binding: Hardbound

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Swami Tapasyananda Maharaj was one of the Vice-presidents of the Ramakrishna Math and Mission and President of Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai.

When asked to introduce himself, Revered Maharaj would says,? I have no bio-data. My only introduction is that I am a servant of Sri Ramakrishna.

Revered Maharaj’s life was a confluence of several noble values worthy of emulation. This volume contains several reminiscences by monks, disciples, devotees and admirers providing interesting and illuminating insights into the life and personality of Revered Maharaj through the biographical sketches and reminiscences of monastic and lay.

The volume is divided into 3 sections containing his biographical sketches, reminiscences, letters to his family and personal writings.

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Uttam Kumar Chatterjee (verified owner)

    Recently I have purchased the book `Swami Tapasyananda As We Knew Him` published by the Sri Ramakrishna Math, Mylapore, Chennai 600 004 through online.
    The great life of Swami Tapasyanandaji Maharaj is a burning example of dedication and sincere services to the humanity. His simple life, his time management, his `full time` services to the `Great Master`, his motherly love, his methodical work style are all coming from his pure heart and his pure character.
    This book has three sections. In section I, there is a biographical profile of Swami Tapasyanandaji Maharaj, letters by direct disciples of Sri Ramakrishna and other senior monks of the Order to his family and glimpses. In section II & III, there are 39 reminiscences by monastic and 56 reminiscences by lay devotees. All the reminiscences are inspirable, and we can enrich ourselves through these holy reminiscences. There are many black-white old photographs and one full-size color photograph of Swami Tapasyanandaji Maharaj in this book.
    The price of the book is very cheap (Rs 150) considering its hardbound cover with 780 good quality pages.
    My sincere thanks and deepest regards to the publisher of this great book (Sri Ramakrishna Math, Chennai) and all others who are associated with this great work.

    Uttam Kumar Chatterjee. Chittaranjan. West Bengal

    Uttam Kumar Chatterjee