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The divine Sathgurus,born into a lineage of distinguished saints have plunged into spreading spiritual awakening and kindle love for Radharani and Bihariji in the hearts of millions through their Bhagawath Mahayagn as the medium, bringing peace and progress into the lives of all those who have taken shelter in their feet. The senior Acharya, Pujya Param Guru Shradheya Sri Mridul Krishna Maharajji is the grandmaster of Bhagawath exponent of our times from the exotic land of Vrindavan.He has for millions of devotees illuminated the pathway of the kunj gali that leads to Charan Kamal of Bankey Bihariji. To Sri Mridulji being the sixth generation of Sri Haridasa, the only course of life was the Bhagawath prachar and sangeeth sadhan,i.e. taking the onus for spreading Krishna bhakthi and singing the glory of the lord, following his family tradition. All his growing years he was immersed in a spiritual life, being consumed by Bihariji’seva,shadowing his father Sri Mool Bihariji who virtually dedicated his life for Bhagawath prachar and building of Radha Sneha Bihari temple.Acharya Mool Bihariji, a Sanskrit vidhwan unparalleled, features among the most noted Bhagawath Vakthas that Vrindavan ever produced.

Sri Mridulji Maharaj spent his youthful years in Bihariji’s seva constantly accompanying his father at the kathas. He spent his teen years mastering the sacred scriptures.Sri Mridulji who qualified as acharya and shashtry in Sanskrit at Sanskrit Sampoornanand Vishwa Vidhyalaya,Kashi,Banaras began his spiritual journey as a guru at a tender age of 16 at Haridwar where he was ordained to set forth into becoming a beckon of light for millions of fevered souls. His father who was conducting the katha there suddenly took ill, as if it was the will of God to launch Sri Mridulji Maharaj on the course of what has become a saga of a luminous spiritual destiny. Thus formally he was initiated into becoming a Vaktha in the most sacred place as Haridwar when Sri Mridulji Maharaj stepped in, to fill in for his father and never looked back ever after. Today he adorns an exalting alter that seldom has been achieved by and other in contemporary times!

Having mastered 8000 shlokas and chaupai of Shri Ramcharitmanas, features among the forerunners of Holy Gurus of India, promulgating the Bhakti cult. The living legend has accomplished more than 1000 sapthahas in the past 36 years, a record of sorts at that!Sri Mridulji has initiated (given Dheeskha)lakhs of disciples who pour into Sri Dham to offer their shraddha on Guru Poornima day which incidentally is his birthday as well! Sri Mridulji Maharaj with his remarkable progressive outlook and capacity to flow with the tide of time, not rigidly sticking to the age old and out dated style of Bhagawath narration, spent his energies in fine tuning the sessions to appeal to the changing times and newer generation, while still retaining its chaste and authentic texture. He infused gusto into Bhagawath satsangh by introducing elements that added effervesce to the otherwise what was an old age occupation for many.

He added luster to the weeklong sessions by introducing colossal stage settings, a professional instrumentalist team that lends the pep-n-beat to the bhajans composed and rendered by him, inspiring the audience to dance and sway in devotion.Sri Mridulji’s concerts began to attract even the youth like never before as he convinced the younger generation that it’s a better option to dance for the Divine than in a club. Thus Sri Guruji has been relentlessly making efforts to subvert the aimless western sway that has gripped the urban Indian youth today.

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