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- Paramahamsa (परमहंस), also spelled paramahansa or paramhansa, is a Sanskrit religio-theological title of honor applied to Hindu spiritual teachers who...
- Quotation He is born in vain who, having attained the human birth, so difficult to get, does not attempt to realise God in this very life. Sri Ramakrishna...
- body at any time...for these reasons we state again that the case of Paramhansa Yogananda is unique in our experience." Yogananda's remains are interred...
- 1962, Sedona, Az, pp. 31-35 Paramhansa Yogananda (1946). Autobiography of a Yogi. The Philosophical Library, Inc. Paramhansa Yogananda (1946). "Autobiography...
- Shri Paramhans Swami Advaitanand Ji Maharaj, also known as Shri Paramhans Dayal Maharaj Ji (born Shri Ram Yaad), son of Shri Tulsi Das Ji Pathak, was born...
- Acharya Balshastri Jambhekar Dhondo Keshav Karve T. K. Madhavan Ramakrishna Paramhansa Jyotiba Phule Savitribai Phule Pandita Ramabai Periyar E. V. Ramasamy...
- maintains that Swaminarayan initiated 500 ascetics as paramhansas in a single night. Paramhansa is a title of honour sometimes applied to Hindu spiritual...
- Temple, Kolkata and remained closely ****ociated with Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa after she appointed him as the priest of the temple. Her other construction...
- scents, and became socially po****r for his feats. His encounter with Paramhansa Yogananda, during the latter's youth, is detailed in Yogananda's autobiography...
- नित्यानन्द स्वामी) (1793-1852) born as Dinmani Sharma, was one of the senior Paramhansa’s initiated by Swaminarayan. He was given the name Nityanand as a reflection...
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