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How and Why India Should
Celebrate Sri Ramanuja 
Millennium 

Sri Bhagavad Ramanujacharya

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December 2016

July 2016

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A Short Biography of Sri Ramanujacharya Swamy (India)

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A thousand years ago, in a society riddled with blatant casteist oppression, one man championed the cause of the downtrodden.

One man single highhandedly heralded a cultural storm, bearing the touch of original Vedic knowledge
One man opened the doors of the temples wide to the hitherto banned “untouchables”.
And today,  millions come together to pay tribute to this one man,  this one man,  this saint nonpareil who paved the way for a modern, inclusive spiritual awakening.
Today, Sri Ramanujacharya Swamy is more than a holy name. He is a beacon of the equality and hope for the generations to come.

” Sri Ramanuja’s steadfast principles captivated me to envisage this mission to be accomplished for his 1000th birth anniversary in 2017, realizing it for a divine person who played a monumental role in diminishing disparities among humans.”- Sri Sri Sri Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji

A towering 216 feet panchaloha statue of Sri Ramanujacharya is on the rise, to be installed at Sriramnagar, Shamshabad, Hyderabad,  adjacent to Chinna Jeeyar Swamiji’s  asramam. The cornerstone of what is soon to be one of the tallest sitting statue in the world, is the concept of equality.

We appeal to you, devotees, decision makers and cognizant citizens of the world to join hands with us and make this millennial feat a success. A project of such splendor and magnitude calls for a wealth of funds and contributions and we look to the generosity of our patrons for the same. The names of our noble benefactors will be etched on the walls as a mark of the collective gratitude of the generations to come.

Together, let us create history and immortalize equality.

Today, we take the ability to worship God and chant Manthra as a right. However, it was His revolutionary act that has led us to take temple worship for granted and rightfully so.

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