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Acharya Tulsi - A Peacemaker Par Excellence: Dr. Rajendra Prasad | Maithilisharan Gupta

Published: 20.05.2013

Obeisance

Acharyashree's contribution to the noble cause of moral uplift and spiritual rejuvention has been hailed by every section of society. People have been highly impressed by his selfless dedication, sadhana, faith in perseverance, and his endeavour to define religion without any sectarian bias. Straightforward words inspited by sincere dedication turn out to be hymns of obeisance. Their reverberations move our hearts deeply and we feel like doing something for others' well-being. Hence it will not be out of context to say a few words about them. In our country it has been a customary practive with the religious leaders to pass on the knowledge of our religious beliefs and right conduct to the people by word of mouth. Those who are able to undertake the pursuit of knowledge can also make use of sacred texts but the only sources of religious knowledge for multitudes of people is what they are able to glean from religious discourses. Therefore, the way Acharyashree interprets profound truths in simple and straightforward language has left an indelible impression on my mind. I hope I shall get yet another opportunity to listen to him.

Dr. Rajendra Prasad
Former President of India

Mayest Thou Shine Eternally

Let a small step
Change into a great stride.
May Tulsi's message Spread far and wide.
The words of wisdom
That from your lips flow
Are like precious gems
For people, high and low.
Following true dharma
Even in a small measure
Frees us
From great fear and danger.
Blessed art thou
O great son of our land.
Mayest thou shine eternally With thy dedicated band.

Maithilisharan Gupta
Rashtra Kavi (Poet Laureate)

Sources
Editor, Translator, Publisher: S.L.Gandhi Courtesy: Dr. Prem Nath Jain, B Jain Publishers Ltd. 1. Edition: 1987
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2000 HN4U Online Edition: 2013

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