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INDIA is the home of eternity and Peace

Indore: “India is a place where eternity resides”,says the Indian saint of French origin Swami Jayramdas. The saint is also a science scholar and was born Christian. He says that Religion has no subject of consideration, it is the depth of knowledge that provokes an individual to adopt a certain religion and gain the higher consideration. He recently expressed his views while talking to a correspondent of a leading news portal in Mumbai. Swami added that the Western world has nothing to offer, there is no knowledge to gain. He said that India is abode to Sanatana Dharma, and has the infinite energy for the betterment of lives. He emphasizes that India is a world guru.


INDIA is the home of eternity and Peace


Swami further added to India’s appreciation by saying: “All spiritual heritages in India are about teachings of self-realization and to discover the inner self.”

Swami Jayramdas was born in France and reached India in 1974 after wandering various countries in search of a guru. s himself a French migrant in India, who explained that he took shelter in India after leaving his country in 1974, searching for a guru. He finally reached Rishikesh, accepted Hinduism and went on to becoming a student of Mahayogi Madhusudandasji who himself was a great Kundalini Yoga master. Swami follows Shrividya and terms it a scientific way of worship of Goddess Durga.

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Swami Jayramdasji is also an author of four books which explain in detail about morality, eternity, spirituality and lot about Sadhus, Sanyasis, and Guru. He is also a poet who has composed rhymes on river Narmada and is also a lover of art and paintings. Though a French-born, he speaks fluent English, Hindi, Gujarati and holds a good command over the holy language – Sanskrit. He lives in Gujarat.

Prepared by Yogesh Raikar from Mumbai.


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