App Features –
✓ Non-stop slideshow of Swami ji’s rare photos.
✓Non-stop ‘Namah Shantaya’ mantra.
✓Non-stop ‘Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram’ in Shri Swamiji’s own voice.
✓Non-stop ‘Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram’ in group voice.
✓2 Non-stop Kirtana versions of ‘Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram’
✓Shri Swami ji’s brief biography in Marathi, Kannada & English.
✓List of the places where Shri Swamiji did Chaturmas along with the respective year.
✓List of all His ashrams and Paduka temples.
✓List of all His Kannada & Marathi published books.
✓Brief biographies of 10 of the closest disciples of Shri Swamiji in English and Marathi along with their pics and also info about other known and unknown disciples.
✓Audio streaming of entire Dasbodh.
✓Audio streaming of 7 Kannada, 11 Marathi and 1 Hindi Pravachana in Shri Swami ji’s own voice.
✓2 Sanskrit, 7 Kannada & 4 Marathi Stotras written by Swami ji.
✓4 English poems composed by Shri Swami ji.
This app was formerly known as "Shridhara Nitya Darshana".
To read online literature (eBooks) of Sri Sreedhara Swami ji, please visit - https://shridharsahitya.wordpress.com
About Shri Sreedhara Swami Maharaj
Sri Shreedhara Swami Maharaj (Devanagari: श्री श्रीधर स्वामी महाराज, Kannada:ಶ್ರೀ ಶ್ರೀಧರ ಸ್ವಾಮಿ) (7 December 1908 – 19 April 1973) was a prominent Marathi-Kannada saint and religious poet in the Hindu tradition. Shreedhar Swami was a devotee of the Hindu god Ram and a disciple of Samartha Ramdas Swami of Sajjangarh, Satara, Maharashtra..
Shri Shreedhara Swami Maharaj was born in a Brahmin family to Narayan Rao and Kamalabai Deglurkar on 7 December 1908 in Lad Chincholi, Karnataka. He was a devotee of Lord Ram and a disciple of Samarth Ramdas. Since the very early days he was spiritually inclined. One recorded incident from his early childhood is as follows: He had once fallen very ill and had lost a lot of days at school because of it. Thus he feared that he might fail in the examinations. His mother then told him to constantly chant the name of Lord Ram and that he would see him through the exams. He solemnly started doing that so much so that he finally did not do any studies at all and all the time chanted the name of Ram. On the day of examination he went without reading anything and to the surprise of everybody he answered every question so nicely that he did secure first rank. Shreedhar Swami’s elder brother died when he (Shreedhar) was just ten. His mother, unable to cope with the shock and prolonged illness, soon followed him. After her death Shreedhar Swami went to Gulbarga to live with his aunt and continued his education there. After spending a few years in Gulbarga, he headed for Pune where he lived in an orphanage for sometime. Here his urge for spiritual enlightenment grew and on the suggestion of one Mr. Palnitkar, he embarked on a journey to Sajjangad with the intent of seeking spiritual knowledge at the place where Shri Samarth Ramdas had resided nearly three hundred years ago.
Sajjangad and Spiritual Awakening
During the course of time, he got well-acquainted with one of his teachers at school, Shri Palnitkar Guruji. Discovering Sridhara’s intense inclination towards spiritualism, he advised him to solicit the blessings of Samartha Ramdas Swamiji. Sajjangad was the abode of Swami Samarth Ramdas for the last six years of his life. Legend has it that a stone structure (his Samadhi) surged out of its own at the cremation place of Shri Samartha on the very next day of his nirvana. After one and a half years of having arrived at Sajjangad, Samarth Ramdas himself blessed Sreedhar Swami. Later, he directed him to go south to Karnataka and spread the real message of Sanatan Vedic Dharma.
In 1942, Shreedhar Swami took Sannyasa at Shigehalli and was accorded the title, ‘Shreemat Paramhans Parivrajakacharya Bhagwan Sreedhar Swami’.
Jai Jai Raghuveer Samarth!!!