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Guru Smaranam >> Paranur Mahathma Sri Sri Krishna Premi Swamigal

Sri Sri Krishna Premi Swamigal fondly called as Sri Sri Anna is a celebrated enlightened soul appeared in India to propagate Bhakthi. Born on a Gokulashtami day in a village called Sengannur in Tanjore district near Kumbakonam, Sri Sri Anna was absorbed in divine thoughts from His early childhood days practicing Dhyana and learning all treasures like Srimadh Ramayanam, Sri Maha Bharatham, Sri Bhagavath Gita, Srimadh Bhagavatham. Sri Sri Anna has been spreading Bhakthi through His simple, clear, eloquent discourses on Srimadh Ramayanam, Sri Maha Bharatham, Sri Bhaktha Vijayam to name a few and keep the audience spellbound. Sri Sri Anna has been spreading Nama Mahima through His Namasankeerthanam.

Sri Sri Anna is a master of Tamil and Sanskrit and has composed hundreds and hundreds of songs on Sri Krishna, Radhika Devi, Sri Rama, Sri Ranganathar, Holy places, great Sadhus etc, mentioned ones being just a preface to a big list. Sri Sri Anna is a Sanskrit scholar and has done astonishing works on the Vedas and Upanishads. Sri Vaishnava Samhita, Sri Brindhavana Mahathmyam are just a few great epics of Sri Sri Anna’s works. Sri Sri Anna has been rejuvenating various dilapidated temples by establishing Divya Desa Samrakshana Sabha. He has constituted Akila Bharatha Saadhu Sangam to propagate Sri Krishna Bhakthi through Srimadh Bagavatha Sapthaham throughout India . He is also maintaining many Ashrams in places like Brindhavan, Pandarpur, Paranur etc. He has also established temples for Sri Radha Krishna in Brindavan and Sri Pandurangan in Sengannur village. He has also instituted Gosalas to maintain old cows which would otherwise be sent for slaughtering. Inspired by Sri Sri Anna’s discourses on Naama Mahima, many Bhakthas throughout the world have taken up writing Rama Nama which are collected by Sri Rama Nama Bank instituted throughout India at centers like Badrachalam, Pandarpur, Govindapuram, Paranur etc and preserved for public display.

Please explore www.srisrianna.org  for more details.