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  • Sri Ramakrishna (1836 - 1886) was born in Kamarpukur, a small village in West Bengal. He spent his adult life ardently worshipping Ma Bhavatarini Kali at the Dakshineswar Temple in Kolkata. His spiritual realizations made him see God in everything. God is One. People call on the same God who appears in various forms and names.
  • Sri Ramakrishna (1836 - 1886) was born in Kamarpukur, a small village in West Bengal. He spent his adult life ardently worshipping Ma Bhavatarini Kali at the Dakshineswar Temple in Kolkata. His spiritual realizations made him see God in everything. God is One. People call on the same God who appears in various forms and names. Sri Ramakrishna stands in Samadhi being held by his nephew Hriday.
  • Sri Ramakrishna (1836 - 1886) was born in Kamarpukur, a small village in West Bengal. He spent his adult life ardently worshipping Ma Bhavatarini Kali at the Dakshineswar Temple in Kolkata. His spiritual realizations made him see God in everything. God is One. People call on the same God who appears in various forms and names. Sri Ramakrishna stands in Samadhi being held by his nephew Hriday.
  • Sri Ramakrishna (1836 - 1886) was born in Kamarpukur, a small village in West Bengal. He spent his adult life ardently worshipping Ma Bhavatarini Kali at the Dakshineswar Temple in Kolkata. His spiritual realizations made him see God in everything. God is One. People call on the same God who appears in various forms and names. Sri Ramakrishna lived in this room in the Dakshineswar Kali temple compound for 15 years.
  • Sri Ramakrishna (1836 - 1886) was born in Kamarpukur, a small village in West Bengal. He spent his adult life ardently worshipping Ma Bhavatarini Kali at the Dakshineswar Temple in Kolkata. His spiritual realizations made him see God in everything. God is One. People call on the same God who appears in various forms and names. Sri Ramakrishna lived in this room in the Dakshineswar Kali temple compound for 15 years.
  • Sri Sarada Devi, the spiritual consort of Sri Ramakrishna lovingly called the Holy Mother, carried on the Master’s work after his passing and played an important role in the growth of the Ramakrishna Order.
  • Sri Sarada Devi, the spiritual consort of Sri Ramakrishna lovingly called the Holy Mother, carried on the Master’s work after his passing and played an important role in the growth of the Ramakrishna Order.
  • This photo of Sri Sarada Devi, the Holy Mother, was taken at her village home in Jairambati. It is believed that she grants abundance in this photo. Therefore, her devotees always keep this photo in their kitchen area.
  • This photo of Sri Sarada Devi, the Holy Mother, was taken at her village home in Jayrambati. It is believed that she grants abundance in this photo. Therefore, her devotees always keep this photo in their kitchen area.
  • This photo of Ma Tara was taken in the famous Tarapith temple, Birbhum, West Bengal. Many tantrics and saints have practiced sadhana at the Tarapith temple and cremation ground. The renowned tantric Bamakhyepa spent most of his life there. Of the more contemporary saints, Anandamayi Ma practiced sadhana in Tarapith.
  • This photo of Ma Tara was taken in the famous Tarapith temple, Birbhum, West Bengal. Many tantrics and saints have practiced sadhana at the Tarapith temple and cremation ground. The renowned tantric Bamakhyepa spent most of his life there. Of the more contemporary saints, Anandamayi Ma practiced sadhana in Tarapith.
  • This photo of Ma Tara was taken in the famous Tarapith temple, Birbhum, West Bengal. Many tantrics and saints have practiced sadhana at the Tarapith temple and cremation ground. The renowned tantric Bamakhyepa spent most of his life there. Of the more contemporary saints, Anandamayi Ma practiced sadhana in Tarapith.
  • This photo of Ma Tara was taken in the famous Tarapith temple, Birbhum, West Bengal. Many tantrics and saints have practiced sadhana at the Tarapith temple and cremation ground. The renowned tantric Bamakhyepa spent most of his life there. Of the more contemporary saints, Anandamayi Ma practiced sadhana in Tarapith.
  • This photo of Ma Tara was taken in the famous Tarapith temple, Birbhum, West Bengal. Many tantrics and saints have practiced sadhana at the Tarapith temple and cremation ground. The renowned tantric Bamakhyepa spent most of his life there. Of the more contemporary saints, Anandamayi Ma practiced sadhana in Tarapith.
  • This photo of Ma Tara was taken in the famous Tarapith temple, Birbhum, West Bengal. Many tantrics and saints have practiced sadhana at the Tarapith temple and cremation ground. The renowned tantric Bamakhyepa spent most of his life there. Of the more contemporary saints, Anandamayi Ma practiced sadhana in Tarapith.
  • Sri Bamakhyepa was a siddha yogi who lived in Tarapith, Birbhum, West Bengal. He was a great worshipper of the Divine Mother Tara.
  • The story goes that one priest slipped while carrying this image. Krishna’s foot got broken and, since a broken image should not be worshipped, pandits recommended to immerse it in the Ganga. The Rani, who built the Dakshineswar Kali Temple was heartbroken because she had become very attached to this image of Krishna. Sri Ramakrishna came to the rescue. He said,” If you son in law breaks his leg, will you throw him into the Ganges?” Sri Ramakrishna himself fixed this image.
  • This is a photo of the famous Dakshineswar Kali Temple where Sri Ramakrishna ardently worshipped Ma Bhavatarini Kali for 30 years.
  • This photo was taken at dusk from the roof of the kuthi from where Sri Ramakrishna used to call out for his inner circle of devotees to come to him.
  • This is the image of Siddhi Vinayak of the famous temple in Mumbay dedicated to Lord Ganesha. 

  • This is the image of Siddhi Vinayak of the famous temple in Mumbay dedicated to Lord Ganesha.
  • This picture is a copy of the famous picture at the cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City.  It bears the seal of authenticity and has supposedly not been touched up.

  • This picture is a copy of the famous picture at the cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City. It bears the seal of authenticity and has supposedly not been touched up.
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