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A brief about Indian Spiritual yogis

A brief about Indian Spiritual yogis

HARIDHA P 142 21-Dec-2022

India is a country full of enlightened masters and gurus. Aspiring spiritualists can learn from the life of the gurus themselves. Sri M. was such a master. He is actively engaged in business endeavors and helping others on their journeys. He has described his fascinating experience in his book, 'Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master.' In the southern state of Kerala, Sri M was born in 1948 as Mumtaz Ali Khan.

This unique book details his fascinating experiences as a young child, teenager, married man, and spiritual master. He talked about how he met Sri Maheshwarnath Babaji, who was a pupil of Mahavatar Babaji, his Guru. It is well known that Mahavatar Babaji gave the Kriya Yoga to humanity in the current era through his students.

Sri M has spoken about his interactions with a number of historical gurus, including Neem Karoli Baba, Jiddu Krishnamurthy, Laxman Joo, and others. He also describes how he learned numerous spiritual truths, including the Gayatri Mantra, Yoga, Vedanta, Kundalini, and Sri Vidya, among others. Be prepared to see some miracles and hear some remarkable tales that he heard firsthand from many gurus.

Sri M is the author of numerous books. There are several languages in which you can read 'Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master,' including Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, German, Russian, Bengali, Gujarati, and Italian. He has also authored 'The Journey Continues,' a sequel to this work.

Numerous contributions to the transformation of Indian culture have been made by Indian yogis or spiritual masters from the distant past. In the eyes of the West, India is a spiritually-inclined nation.

Well-known Indian yogis

India is a nation of famous Indian sages, saints, and spiritual authorities. The following list includes some well-known Indian yogis;

Chaitanya Mahaprabhu: A well-known Indian yogi of the 15th century, Chaitanya Mahaprabhu belonged to the Vaishnava school of Bhakti yoga. He also advocated for social change.

Sri Ramkrishna was a well-known Indian yogi who had a significant impact on the Bengal Renaissance in the 19th century.

Maharishi Patanjali: Known as the 'Father of Yoga,' Maharishi Patanjali composed 195 Yoga Sutras that served as the basis for yoga philosophy.

Adi Shankaracharya: Because he gave the Vedas new life and brought them back to their former splendor, Adi Shankaracharya is considered one of the greatest philosophers of all time.

Tirumalai Krishnamacharya: Tirumalai Krishnamacharya was an Indian yoga instructor, Ayurvedic healer, and scholar. One of the most significant yoga teachers of the 20th century, Krishnamacharya is frequently referred to as 'The Father of Modern Yoga' and is credited for bringing Hatha Yoga back into fashion.

Paramahansa Yogananda: Through the publication of his book 'Autobiography of a Yogi,' Paramahansa Yogananda, one of the first Indian yoga masters, brought the practices of meditation and Kriya Yoga to the West.

B.K. S. Iyengar: B.K. S. Iyengar is a well-known figure known as 'Guruji,' who sincerely explains the significance of the Yoga sutras. One of the most well-known yoga practitioners today, he spreads the practice's popularity over the world. Iyengar Yoga refers to the distinctive teaching method developed by Yogacharya Iyengar.

Sri Sri Ravishankar: Also known as 'Gurudev,' Sri Sri Ravi Shankar revived the practices of yoga and meditation and provided them in a format appropriate for the twenty-first century. The 'Art of Living Foundation,' which he founded, has benefited greatly from his service projects in the areas of health, the environment, conflict resolution, and interfaith engagement.

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