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Sevalia award to Sri NSR swami

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Sri. U.Ve. Navalpakkam Sri. Satakopa Ramanuja Thathacharya (NSR Swami) has been conferred with the greatest award “Sevalia” from French Govt. He is the fourth Indian to be conferred with this award. Dr. C.V. Raman, Dr. M.S. Subhalakshmi and Dr. Sivaji Ganesan were awarded this title. Now Sri. U.Ve. NSR Swami has been declared to receive this honour from the French Govt for his contributions to Sanskrit Literature.

Sri. U.Ve. NSR Swami hailing from Navalpakkam Vedic village which near vandavasi (100kms from Chennai) now residing at Bangalore. Swami is 83 years old learnt various sastras under his father Sri. U.Ve. Sri Krishna Thatha Mahadesikan and Sri. U.Ve. Ayya Devanatha Thathayarya mahadesikan. Having qualified in all 4 sastras (Nyaya, Vedanta, Mimamsa and Vyakarana), Swami is expert in Advaitham, Visishtadwaitam and Dwaitam. Swami was the first Vice Chancellor of Rashtriya Samskrita Vidyapeeth, Tirupathi and currently emeritus Prof. in the French Institute of Indology, Pondicherry which is managed by Paris University, France.

To his credit Swami has been the recipient of many prestigious awards for his contributions to Sanskrit Literature mainly President Award for excellence in Skt literature, Sri Vani Dalmia Alankar Award (first recipient), Mahamahopadyaya etc. All pitadhipathis of India have honoured Sri. U.Ve. NSR Swami.

Sri Swami epitomizes simplicity as envisaged in Srivaishnava Tradition. As a jewel to his crown, the French Govt has announced the award of Sevalia to Swami for his contributions to Sanskrit Literature.
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