Millions of devotees regard Jagadguru Shankaracharya Chandrasekharendra Saraswati Paramacharya, the pontiff of the Kanchi Kamatchi Peetam, or the Sage of Kanchi, as the greatest saint of our time.
He gained the reverence and respect of the devotees to whom he was simply "Periyava" - the revered one or Maha-Periyava.
His compassion-filled gaze could melt away a devotee's sorrows. He could divine everything. To cite an instance, he knew that a devotee, far away from him, was unwell, something even a neighbor did not know. The acharya's blessings and prasadam saved the devotee's life. This is one of many such examples of his infinite grace. Once could bask for a lifetime in the ray of love that flowed from his eyes.
As God knows what his devotees need, the Paramacharya knew, too. He knew who needed kindness and who could provide it, who needed help and who would give it; he brought them together.
Bharaneedharan's gentle writing is familiar to thousands of readers of Tamil fiction and nonfiction, particularly his biographical sketches of several spiritual gurus. He began his career as cartoonist "Sridhar" of Ananda Vikatan and later achieved spectacular success as "Marina" the playwright.
Admired by millions of readers of devotional literature, Bharaneedharan treasures the grace and blessings he received from the Sage of Kanchi, whose story he tells in his inimitable, simple, moving style in this audiobook.
©2006 Bharaneedharan; (P)2007 New Horizon Media
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