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He was a social worker and independence activist before accepting asceticism. He is credited for the expansion of Datta-panth in Gujarat state of India. He has written more than 45 works mostly concerning spirituality and devotion. His father moved to Godhra as a caretaker pujari of Viththal temple.
His father died in a plague in He had a brother named Narayan. He had met his spiritual teacher guru Vasudevanand Saraswati Tembe Swami in He was religiously inclined since his childhood. He received his school education in Godhra and matriculated in from Telang Highschool, Godhra. For higher studies, he joined Gujarat College in Ahmedabad and completed his first year there. He moved to Baroda College in Baroda for the second year. Influenced by Mahatma Gandhi , he left studies for the participation in the non-cooperation movement in When Gujarat Vidyapith was founded, he joined and graduated among its first batch of the students in He befriended Amritlal Modi and Ambalal Vyas there.
He later joined the Rashtriya Adarsh Vinaymandir school in Ahmedabad as the teacher of Sanskrit in Due to his spiritual inclination, he left his job and accepted asceticism. After spending some time in Ranapur, in December , he moved to Nareshwar on the bank of Narmada river. He recited Saraswati's Shri Dattapurana times there.
He completed the Narmada Prarikrama religious circumvention of Narmada river in days on foot in He meditated and undertook tapa austerities. He again completed the Parikrama in In , when his younger brother died, his mother moved to Nareshwar and lived there til her death in A hospital was also built there later.
His body was brought to Nareshwar and cremated two days later on 21 November. His followers worship him as an incarnation of Dattatreya. He played an important role in spreading Datta-panth path of Dattatreya in Gujarat , India. His ashram hermitage is located at Nareshwar, Gujarat. Under pen name of Ganjeri, he started writing columns on the contemporary issues in dailies. Between and , he wrote and translated several works. Girvahbhasha Pravesh is a work on Sanskrit grammar which he prepared for students when he taught Sanskrit in a school.
After accepting asceticism, he wrote about 45 works mostly focused on spirituality and devotion to Dattatreya. He wrote Bhajans devotional songs collected under the title Avadhooti Anand Ranghridayam has stotra s hymns on knowledge and devotion. His Shri Guruleelamrit —36 contains more than 19, dohras couplets divided in three volumes and chapters.
He composed Dattabavani , a 52 stanza poem dedicated to Dattatreya which is popular in Gujarat. Patrageeta is a collection of 16 letters about spirituality addressed to his friend Amrutlal Modi. Rangtarang is a collection of Marathi Abhang Bhajans. Amar Adesh is a collection of his various lectures.
Shrirang Patramanjusha , is a collection of letters addressed to friends and relatives. Sangeetgeeta is original verse translation of Bhagwad Geeta in Gujarati. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Rang Avadhoot. Godhra , British India. Haridwar , India. What Shall We Do Then? North Atlantic Books. Thaker, Dhirubhai ed. XVII 1st ed. Ahmedabad : Gujarati Vishvakosh Trust. Sambhaav News in Gujarati. Retrieved 8 September Retrieved 2 May Categories : births deaths Gujarati-language writers Indian Hindu monks People from Panchmahal district Indian independence activists from Gujarat Indian Hindu religious leaders Marathi people Indian translators Indian poets Gandhians.
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