Swami Nigamananda Paramahansa was an Indian sadguru, yogi, mystic and a Hindu spiritual leader well known in Eastern India. He was associated with the shakti cult and viewed as a perfect spiritual master of tantra, gyan, yoga and prema or bhakti. His followers idealized him as their worshipped and beloved thakura .
|Swami Nigamananda |
(Paramahansa Shrimad Swami Nigamananda Saraswati Deva)
|Born||Nalinikanta Bhattacharya |
18 August 1880
Kutabpur, Nadia, Bengal, British India
|Died||29 November 1935 (aged 55)|
Kolkata, Bengal, British India
|Guru||Bamakhepa, Sachidananda Saraswati, Sumeru Das Ji, Gouri Maa|
|Philosophy||Tantra, Jnana (Vedanta), Yoga, Prema or Bhakti|
|Notable disciple(s)||Durga Charan Mohanty, Anirvan|
|Quotation||My dear children! Life in the household is beset with many trials and tribulations. In spite of all these turmoils it has one advantage to provide – it can bring opportunities for realization of God and self.|
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Swami Nigamananda Paramahansa (18 August 1880 – 29 November 1935) (Bengali: স্বামী নিগমানন্দ পরমহংস) (Hindi: स्वामी निगमानंद परमहंस) was an Indian sadguru, yogi, mystic and a Hindu spiritual leader well known in Eastern India. He was associated with the shakti cult and viewed as a perfect spiritual master of tantra, gyan, yoga and prema or bhakti. His followers idealized him as their worshipped and beloved thakura (ठाकुर).
Nigamananda was born into a Bengali Brahmin family in the hamlet of Kutabpur in Nadia district (at present Meherpur district Bangladesh). He was a sannyasi from Shankar's cult. After his ordination as a sannyasi, he came to be known as Paribrajakacharya Paramahansa Srimat Swami Nigamananda Saraswati Deva(परिब्राजकाचार्य परमहंस श्रीमद स्वामी निगमानंद सरस्वती देव).
Nigamananda's followers believe that he achieved siddhi (perfection) in four different sadhanas (spiritual disciplines): tantra, gyan, yoga and prema. Based on these experiences, he wrote five Bengali language books: Brahamcharya Sadhana (ब्रह्मचर्य साधन), Yogi Guru (योगिगुरु), Gyani Guru (ज्ञानीगुरु), Tantrika Guru (तांत्रिकगुरु), and Premik Guru (प्रेमिकगुरु). Nigamananda reportedly experienced the state of Nirvikalpa Samadhi.
After retiring from Saraswata Matha, Nigamananda spent the last fourteen years of his life in Puri. Durga Charan Mohanty, a school student, met him at Nilachala Kutir in 1930 and recognized him as sadguru. Mohanty became Nigamananda's disciple and wrote books for Nigamananda's establishment Nilachala Saraswata Sangha and translated Nigamananda's Bengali books into Odia. Under Mohanty's encouragement, more than 100 ashrams operate in Orissa. Mohanty continued to spread the message of Nigamananda until his death on 7 Dec 1985.
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Nigamananda was born into a Bengali Brahmin family in the hamlet of Kutabpur in Nadia district (at present Meherpur districtBangladesh). He was a sannyasi ...
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