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He was the Chief Gopinth of Sarasvati Bhavana Texts, Sarasvati Bhavana Granthamala ; however, being more interested in research and his personal spiritual path, he retired from this position inafter the death of his guru Swami Vishuddhananda. He devoted himself subsequently to the pursuit of spiritual studies and meditation under the guidance of his guru, Yogi Paramahansa Swami Vishudhanandaji of Varanasi.
He passed the M. Venis he was soon appointed Librarian of the famous Saraswati Bhavan Library and whole-heartedly started his career of research.
Medical examination detected a cancerous growth in the rectal region and he was taken to the Tata Institute of Bombay for treatment. At Jaipur he found greater scope for reading in the rich library of the Maharaja.
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He, however, took upon himself the responsibility to look after the Varanasi Ashram of his Guru. Unlike his Guru who used to demonstrate supernormal powers, Gopinath never aspired kvairaj show yogic powers although he had full faith in the doctrine of yogic powers siddhis. He was born in village Dhamraiin the present Dhaka Districtcapital of Bangladesh.
In the same year he was awarded the Padma Vibhushanthe second highest civilian honour given by Government of India. An insatiable thirst for knowledge coupled with an open and analytical mind led him to search for something vopinath in the ancient Sanskrit texts and various commentaries on them.
Inhe became principal of Govt. Sanskrit College, in at the age of 23 years. The couple had two children, a son named Jitendranath and a daughter named Sudha.
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It was at Varanasi that Kaviraj was exposed to various facets of ancient Tantric philosophy. Encyclopaedia of Indian Writers. Universal salvation is, according to him, the gopinatth goal towards which the entire creation has been moving.
June Learn how and when to remove this template message. Gopinath lived in rented h9uses until in he shifted to his own newly built house at Sigra.
Be the first to receive our thoughtfully written religious articles and product discounts. This year was important in his life as in that very year his Guru Swami Vishuddhananda breathed his last. From now on for the next years he remained uninterruptedly and deeply engrossed in dissemination of knowledge till he left his body on 12th June in the holy city of Varanasi itself.
Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan D. Gopinath KaviraJ Hardcover Edition: In addition to guiding research scholars Gopinath held classes at his house and taught the texts particularly on Yoga, Saivism and Tantra. Wonderful items and service! Banerji Mirza Hameedullah Beg P.
It was at this Ashram that the end finally came. Oh how I wished that other businesses in India would learn to do the same! The strongest adherent to his own discipline, he had no sectarian bias and firmly believed in the truth that all the different paths lead to the same realisation of the ultimate Reality.
ByGopinath fell seriously ill. Retrieved 14 March Diksha by Gopinath Kaviraj. He delved deep into the so far unexplored wealth of learning and got published about seventy-two books which opened for all a new horizon in the field of Indological studies and research. Kaviraj was the posthumous son of Vaikunthanath, a Bengali scholar of philosophy. Here, he studied for four years and passed the B. Gill Hafiz Mohamad Ibrahim H.
Gilman Zakir Husain V. Gifted through divine grace with a prodigious memory and rare prajna, Pt. The final phase of his education started at Varanasi under the guidance of Arthur Venis, who appointed him as a librarian of the Sarasvati Bhavan Library of the Government Sanskrit College, Varanasi, where he worked from to Inthe Govt. In his later years, along with the scholar Sri Anirvanhe devoted himself to the study of Kashmir Shaivism.
He had also a thorough knowledge of Sufism and Christian mysticism.