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The Advaita Triumvirate of the 20 th century!

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According to Ra. Ganapati, three great Mahatmas lived in our midst who could be called the Advaita Triumvirate of the 20th century! They are Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi, Sri Chandrasekhara Bharathi Mahaswamigal of Sringeri Saradha Peetham and Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetathipathi Sri Chandrasekharendra Mahaswamigal!By remembering them every day, the highest benefit will accrue to us. Our Namaskarams to them! I have posted in the blogs of this forum, two important articles of devotion written by Ra. Ganapati, the Mahaswami and the Maharshi and the Two Chandrasekharas of Kanchi and Sringeri! Please read and benefit. They were first published by the Association of Hindu Dharma, Chennai under Kanchi Kamakoti Mutt auspices as an international souvenir. The souvenir is also available at the Kanchi Kamakoti Math website: kamakoti.org Members are welcome to comment!
http://www.tamilbrahmins.com/blogs/...mahaswamigal-bhagavan-ramana-ra-ganapati.html
http://www.tamilbrahmins.com/blogs/...haras-sringeri-kanchi-ra-ganapati-part-i.html
http://www.tamilbrahmins.com/blogs/...aras-kanchi-sringeri-ra-ganapati-part-ii.html
 
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The idol of Krishna in Udipi temple is dressed up as different forms of Devi during Navaratri. On Durga Ashtami day Krishna becomes Mahisha Mardini.

This goes very well with our school of thought where we believe that Krishna and Kali are the same. There is a Krishna Kali temple in the Kalighat burning ghat.
 
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