Sahajanand Saraswati (1889–1950) was a spiritual saint, social reformer and a writer. He was born in a village in the present day Uttar Pradesh, in the year 1889, in a pious Hindu Brahmin family.
He studied well, and from his young age itself, he wanted to do goodness to the poor people and to the poor farmers at his level best. Due to that, at his teenage, he started the movement “All India Kisan Sabha”, and along with that, he also carried his spiritual activities, and established an ashram at Bihar and rendered spiritual discourses and removed the sufferings of the people through his divine touch.
He was arrested for running the “KISAN SABHA” movement, started for the welfare of farmers, but was later released from prison, due to his good nature. He was considered as the best friend of Sri Subhash Chandra Bose.
He lived his life in a useful manner, and spent his time in doing welfare services to the society and also done meditation and yoga, and he was an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna, and used to conduct Bhajans and musical concerts in the Krishna temples. Sahajanand Saraswati died in the year 1950.
1. Introduction to Bhumihar Brahmins
2. False Fear False Pride
3. Situation of the Brahmin Society in India
4. My Life Struggle
5. Recollections of the Kisan Sabha
6. Heart of the Gita
Let us worship the great person and be blessed.
“OM SRI SAHAJANAND SARASWATI SWAMIGALE NAMAHA”