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Sri VidyaPrakasananda is the author of several literary works on Vedanta,the paramount being Gita Makaranda written telubu in Telugu which later got translated to many other Indian languages due to the colossal demand. The book is considered to be the ultimate supplement to Shrimad Bhagavad Gitawherein each verse manwsa the Bhagavad Gita has been elucidated and translated in a simple and comprehensible manner.

Among other works, Yoga Vasishta spiritual text telkgu from Sanskrit to Telugu is another masterpiece effort by Sri VidyaPrakasananda. His impressive oratory skills is a god given gift to him, Swamiji is known for his spiritual discourses across India, wherein his telugy were extremely lucid, extol and reconcile all religions and Yogas. He conducted close to Gita Yagnas in his lifetime which has given an unmatched and widest publicity to Srimad Bhagavad Gita and extensively spread the spiritual education that aroused unprecedented spiritual awakening.

A distinct feature in his discourses are his short stories which blends humour and paradox on human’s outlook of life. The main characteristic of his stories is the lucidity in style that makes the essence of the story understandable, even to a common man.

Nobody would have imagined perhaps, on that day that this child telugy spread spiritual knowledge and bliss amongst the people of India.

Ramaswami Gupta as a graduate in Law commenced his practice as an advocate in Tenali town and in a short period acquired extraordinary expertise in his profession and his name and fame spread all over. Ramaswami was the father of eight children and was affluent in his profession. Yet, a loathing for earthly enjoyments became suddenly prominent in his heart. As his attachment to spirituality grew, under these circumstances, ignoring even the boda of the family he resigned from the job of an advocate and shifted his family to a modest hut, leaving his luxury building.

In the hut, the life of Ramaswami got fully transformed into a spiritual one, with Dhyana, Japa, Bhajana, Parayana, and Archana along with discussions on spiritual matters.

While all the members of the family took part teluu spiritual and divine services, it was ideal atmosphere, for Ananda Mohan who manaxa mindset for spiritual matters to proceed on the way to god at an early stage in his life. Ananda Mohan showed intellectual excellence even while he was a child, and so he was initiated to studies at the age of four. Teachers at his school were surprised at the extraordinary receptivity and power of understanding exhibited by the boy.

He stood first and won many certificates of merit not only in studies, but also in sports and games which improved his physique. Bdha Mohan thus showed excellent progress in not only academic studies, but also earned expertise in spiritual field, with the encouragement of his father.

He memorised verses from well known books like Bhatruhari SubashitamBhagavad-Gita and the like, and he had tremendous capacity not only in grasping matters, but also in memorising. It was evident in later part of his life, when in many meetings he recited verses from almost all the religious texts, and the audience heard with rapt attention and spontaneous admiration. The boy completed his Intermediate and BA, with Mathematics as his main subject.

Ananda Mohan secured prize in a state wide competition on spiritual scriptures like Bhagavadgita and Sivananada Lahari conducted by Hindu Samaj of Rajahmahendravaram. On advice of his father, Ananda Mohan purchased a set of complete works of Swami Vivekananda with the prize money and studied them with utmost sincerity and got influenced by his writings and assimilate their essence.

What indelibly impressed him was the famous call given by Swami Vivekananda to “Be Fearless”. During his college days, he was habituated to take only uncooked food, which was the practice in his house on every Sunday.

On this auspicious occasion Malayalaswami taught Ananda Mohan, the holy Panchakshari Mantra, consequent to which a relationship of teacher—student was established between them. Ananda Mohan acquired expert knowledge in both Telugu and English languages in addition to the deep knowledge he had in Sanskrit.

Hindi learning then was a National movement and a sign of patriotism; he joined a Hindi school and passed Rashtra Bhasha Visharad mznasa. His father sent him to Kashi Vidyapeeth to gain mabasa expertise in language. Ananda Mohan had also acquired abundant skill in swimming too and was the captain of football and Volleyball teams at Kashi Vidyapeeth and won a second prize in the Long jump events of the Annual sports.

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This sportsmanship enabled him maintain perfect health, which helped him very much in his obdha of Yoga Sadhana in later life. Even at Kasi, he regularly practised pranayama. Being an avid and habitual writer; he was assistant editor for an English monthly magazine, run at his institution and editor of Hindi monthly Tapobhoomiand earned lot of popularity and respect among other students and teachers.

Thus, for one year Ananda Mohan studied at Kasi and took the coveted degree in Hindi.

While he was in Kasi, an incident which was turning point in his future, took pace at his home in Vijayawada. Pupils were appointed as volunteers at the tflugu of the meeting and the resting rooms where the leaders stayed.

Ananda Mohan was drafted for volunteer duties at the cottage where Mahatma Gandhi stayed. It was his good fortune and an opportunity to develop proximity with Bapuji and render services to him. Malayalaswami was on tour to different places, and arrived at Vijayawadaon knowing which Ramaswamy felt extremely happy; prostrated before Malayalaswami and prayed him to come to his house for Bhiksha to which he obliged.

During his visit to his house, Malayalaswami commended Ramaswami about his ideal family life, and asked him if he could send any of his five sons to his ashram, so that he can impart spiritual knowledge to at least one of them, to which Ramaswami immediately said “Yes”. Telhgu felt extremely happy at this gesture. There was no necessity to think over the matter, as to which son had to be sent to Malayalaswami; Ananda Mohan was the most worthy son to be sent owing to his individuality and intellect.

Bodua irony was that this decision was made in absence of Ananda Mohan, and later Ramaswamy wrote a detailed letter describing the events that took place in quick succession.

On receipt of the letter, ripples surged in his mind and he began to think over his future and could not immediately decide one way or another. Meanwhile, his sister and brother-in-law invited Ananda Mohan to join them for pilgrimage to HaridwarHrishikesh and three of them visited these places and all the ashrams on the Banks of Ganges.

While in Hrishikesh, an incident which was surprising turned out manaea be decisive factor in his life. He was travelling in a boat in the Ganges and saw at a distance a grass pack floating towards him. He picked it up, untied it; and saw to his complete revelation and joy a copy of Sanskrit Bhagavadgitasanctified with vermillion and flowers. The future telugk of Ananda Mohan was decided by this book, which he felt had been sent to him by god himself.

Now he came to conclusion regarding his duty which was ordained by grace of God and Guru. He preserved mxnasa Gita and the three of them journeyed back home to Vijayawada.

As Ananda Mohan made up his mind that he should pursue spiritual path under the guidance of Malayala Swamyhe should dedicate his life manaa God realisation. From that moment,all his family members,relatives,friends treated Ananda Mohan with utmost respect and courtesy. To be a worthy disciple it was necessary to teligu knowledge in Vedanta ,recognising this he studied with intense sincerity and devotion many spiritual books for nearly gelugu year. In the presence of the radiant Malayalaswami in his saffron clothes, Ananda Mohan prostrated and offered fruits and flowers.

Compassionate Malayalaswami, saw the janasa of devotee, with an affectionate eye and blessed him. Coming to know that a highly celibate boy had entered ashram life, duly dedicated by his parents to Malayalaswami, all manass inmates showed due respect to him. A shed by name Guhashram, situated at a distance to the south of Nishtashram, was allocated with the permission of Gurudev, for the new boy who was to stay there alone.

The scenic beauty at the foot of Nandi Bodhsthe presence of Sanyasis; Vanaprasthas; Brahmacharis and other students was a feast to the eyes of the new entrant. The Mahavakyas “God is pure knowledge”; “I am one with the universal spirit”; “That thou art”; “Self is nothing but the supreme consciousness of God”, were taught to Ananda Mohan by Malayalaswami, bidha explaining their meaning extensively.

Hearing the msnasa of his guru, Ananda Mohan commenced assimilating the wealth of knowledge, progressed in his spiritual path, by raising doubts now gelugu then getting them clarified from his guru. While observing rules of ashram scrupulously, he practised his own self-imposed rules for self liberation.

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In his own words, Ananda Mohan had this to say: Many good ways, rules and practices were learnt by me during the twelve years of stay with Guruji, and laziness, Thamoguna were never tolerated. During the initial days of his entry into Sri VyasashramAnanda Mohan made it a principle to take only uncooked food, and this bodja was observed rigidly for twelve years of his stay in Ashram.

Copra, plantains, soaked green gram, soaked wheat grains, soaked Bengal gram etc. To attain purity of mind, purity of food was a prime requirement claim our scriptures. Ananda Mohan was assigned the duty of translating and explaining Yoga Vasishta in Telugu from Sanskrit original text. He worked hard trlugu nearly 6 years, as it contained 32, verses. He also translated Dhammapadathe book of preachings of Buddha into Sanskrit along with Telugu translation. Ananda Mohan collected all the holy preachings in which Malayalaswami explained the BhagavadgitaPathanjalis yoga sutras, and the glory of Omkara in detail, all of which was published in a book by the name Omkara Satra Yagam.

An escape from accident: As the ashram was located at the foot of a hill, and as boeha hut of Ananda Mohan was surrounded by thick forest, snakes were found in abundance. One night, when he was sleeping under the porch in front of his hut, he dreamed that near his head a snake was crawling and on his sudden waking up, and switching on his torch light, right from the top of the roof, a venomous snake fell at the place where his head was sleeping and crawled away.

He was both confused and surprised at the sight. In another incident, a wild bear came by when he was in deep meditation.

Its movements disturbed him, and when he opened his eyes, the bear was just in front of him. Excited he got up, stepped backwards and prayed “Oh! God, in this form are you appearing before me?

The bear stared at him for a moment, and retreated silently. Six years since the time Ananda Mohan entered the ashram, due to bldha spiritual practices all these years, his outlook towards material world thinned out. During this period, he once approached Malayalaswami sometime in the month of December and narrated his stare of mind and requested his permission to be in a state of silence for sometime.

Starting from 1 Jan he commenced his mouna Vratam and went into severe meditation.

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The taciturn observance went on undisturbed for one year, during which time his spiritual exercises reached a crescendo.

Eleven years had passed by since Ananda Mohan joined Vyasashram. To reach the goal of ultimate aspiration, he felt that his entry into Sannyas stage Hermitage was an absolute necessity, and for total renunciation of worldly affairs. All the stipulations of the Malayalaswami to grant sannyas had already been satisfied by Ananda Mohan. On 29 Juneit was decided to perform consecration rites of Sannyasa on Ananda Mohan as per five-day tradition at the ashram.

All arrangements were made to grant the deeksha as per Vedic rights, Knowing this many well known people, sadhus from many parts arrived at the ashram. Having attained a pre-eminent place in preaching, and having attained the highest stage in Brahmanishta, Prakasananda desired to establish a separate ashram which would be a centre of his preachings.

He chose Sri Kalahasti as the most suitable place to establish his ashram. By acquiring a mango grove on the bank of Swarnamukhi river, he decided to construct an Ashram in it.

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The inaugural ceremony was celebrated on 20 Jan and was presided by his guru Sri Malayala swami. The ashram was named Sri Sukabrahmashramnamed after holy sage Sri Sukabrahma. The ashram since then has registered a regular growth and attracted devotees from all parts of the country in large numbers. Ananda Hospital was also built by Prakasananda for the poor and under privileged. The ashram published several important books such as VashishtaGeeta in Telugu, and lecturers on Gita by Prakasananda on various occasions in a book called Geethopanyasamulu.

There is also a monthly journal called as Vedanthabherito propagate the philosophy of Vedanta, and is in circulation till date. Gita Makaranda is the magnum opus written by Prakasananda and is considered till date his best works.