Thursday, 19 January 2012

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Friday, 13 January 2012

Tuesday, 10 January 2012

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Monday, 9 January 2012



Sri Narasimha Swami was the only son of a holy couple, Sri Yabaji Kamble, and Neelamma, the native of Malakamur village in Chitradurga district of Karnataka. His parents were experts in weaving. They hardly had two square meals a day despite their toil day and night. Seeing this, they migrated to Adoni to eke out a safe livelihood. Right from his childhood, Sri Narasimha Swami had a string aversion to mundane and routine family life. Bearing this in mind, his parents sent him to a teacher for learning. He used to bunk the school on hearing the arrival of any saints or gentlemen in to their town. He then simply followed them and stayed with them. Right from his childhood, he was attracted to spiritual discourse and the knowledge of god. The sad demise of his beloved parents and the sudden death of his pregnant wife forced him to attain redemption from the mundane and earthly life. To move towards this lofty goal, he became a disciple to Sri Veerabhadra Avadutha at Adoni town after taking a monastic vow. 
Later, sitting alone in a cave at Adoni, he used to meditate and to penance. In order to attain the knowledge spirit and the knowledge of universe and creation, he went on a holy pilgrimage visiting many a holy place here and there.
While he was on the tour, he fortuitously met one Sri Ashanna Kenchi, a native of Narayanpet town and this chance meeting brought Sri Narasimha Swami Maharaj to historical Naraynpet town. He put up at Ashanna Kenchi’s house and established contact with men of his caste. On seeing the disturbance caused to his spiritual life by the heavy rush of his visitors, he shifted his abode to the present ‘Avadutha monastery’. At this holy place, he started doing miracles, which increased devotion and concern among people towards swami, and as a result, many people become his disciples in a short span of time. With the auspices of his disciples and his fans. He developed the present monastery. Just on the verge of fulfillment of his goal. This is now what is called a place of great awakening and the monastery of Sri Narasimha Swami, the mendicant.
The individual and the surrounding society are the two inseparable things. Their relationship is like the one between a mother and her helpless and untaught child. Just as a child under the dependence of its parents becomes wise and sensible, so an individual builds up his personality and stature by being dependent on society and there by drawing much needed inspiration and power from the society around. An individual owes such commitment to society just as a child to its parents. An individual can't thrive without the help of society. The learned and the sages give the same importance to society as they give to their parents. They always strive for the progress and well being of society. 
Life-wise the society has got some responsibilities towards an individual. It ought to give full authority to the individual to make use of its resources. With its help only an individual can build up his personality. Unlike this, if a society doesn't lend help and inspiration to an individual, then there develops an attitude in the individual leading to a gap of misunderstanding between them. At this juncture, man always gives priority to his selfish ends only and gets himself isolated from the society and the people around. He doesn't show any interest in what is good and bad, and doesn't share his opinion with others. As a result, there will be on the rise the difference of opinion among its members. Added to this, the superstition, atrocities and unrighteousness will prevail in the society and consequently the society slumps to its base level.                                                   
Just at this juncture, the heroes are born for a particular cause. Such godlike personages are gifted with knowledge, bliss, benevolence, selflessness, spiritual thinking and the power of penance. They act as coordinators between the society and the individual. They preach the precept that "may you all live happily' and keep at bay and superstitions haunting the ignorant masses by their superior knowledge, power of penance and spiritual thinking. By being unselfish, they move the masses towards attaining bliss and spirituality. People of this kind are called legendary heroes in society and are eligible for hero worship. To this rare class belongs our Narasimha Swami Maharaj, the mendicant. 
Birth and Birthplace:
The law of divinity, 'Legends', 'Vedas' and 'Upanishads' proclaim that rebirth to human beings is caused by the destiny of former birth. The Kamble couple hails from a weaving community called 'Swakulasale' caste. They used to reside at a village called Malakamoor in Chitradurga district of Karnataka state. Theirs was an acute poor family. They used to weave the cloth worshipping their caste deity, the Lord Shiva. Mother India then was under the subjugation of the British imperialism and colonialism. The tyranny of the British rulers had it telling effect on the Kamble family too. They remained illiterate and poverty-stricken. They could hardly make both ends meet despite their daylong toil. In such pathetic conditions, the Kamble couple could not eke out a living there.
In those days ‘Adoni’ town was much popular to clothes and cloth weaving. Besides, there were a large number of people belonging to 'Swakulasali' community. With the hope of a safe and secure livelihood, the Kamble family migrated to ‘Adoni’ town and settled there at last. To such toilers and earnest couple was born our Sri Narasimha Swami as the first offspring. But the exact date on which he was born is still a mystery. However, there was a vague idea that he might have born in between 1812-1813A.D.There were four sisters after him namely Somamma, Durgamma, Laxmama and Rambai respectively.
In view of the then prevailing blind belief and superstition, there were child marriages aplenty. Sri Narasimha Swami was no exception to that social evil. So, He and His sisters were married when they were all young.           
As he was very young, He could not derive any pleasure from family life. As a result, He was always in meditation. It was perceived that he was nurturing attachment towards somebody. The parents felt very sorry for their son. They tried their best to rid their son from this condition, but in vain. The parents sent their son to a schoolmaster to divert his attention. Yet, he used to bunk the school on hearing the arrival of any saints or heroes into their town. He loved their company and their companionship and at times He stayed with them without going home. He developed an interest in the spiritual matters. The parents were sorrowful at the attitude and conduct of their son. They stopped their son from going to school and confined him to the weaving work. This too didn't bear fruit.
After all, the family life is a complex knot made of innumerable pieces of thread. So one has to open the knot according to their will and wish. One has got absolute freedom to mould his life into the shape he desires. Despite this freedom of will, Sri Narasimha Swami did not turn down his parents wish and evinced interest in family life and weaving work.
Everyday at dawn, he used to recollect the mighty name of 'Lord Shiva'. At this moment of time, his aversion to family life used to hunt his mind. Conversely, at time, He used to think that attainment of bliss is also possible through mundane family life. In this way the days passed by and in due course His wife became pregnant.
Compared to all other joys, the one arising out of motherhood is a divine bliss. But, it is not easily available. It can't be had, unless one experiences the deadly pains of birth. Thus an infant is born amidst the pains of birth. In this fatal condition the wife of Sri Narasimha Swami breathed her last along with her undelivered baby. The sad demise of His wife had of course its fallout on Narasimha Swami. Before he could recover from this shock, His parents passed away.    Thus their passing away made Him feel utterly desolated. In these conditions Swami's life was reduced to a life of incognito. It became just unbearable. He wanted to remove the sorrow associated with human mortality. He thought of a way to conquer death. Every event happens as destined by the creator and nobody can prevent it from happening. There is a cause and mystery behind every event. Nothing is in vain. Swami also realized this stark reality with His own experience. He also understood that some events can be foretold and can be negotiated with a determined effort. There are seers working for the welfare of the oppressed and the downtrodden in the society. Our Swami resolved to put such an efforts for the sake of suffering humanity.  
Swami construed that the soul ultimately unites with the Supreme Being after a journey covering the two points of birth and death. He says it is true just as a river joins a mighty sea.
What is redemption? Where is it? How is it? Such questions arose in His mind. He answered those questions to Himself and concluded that it is transmigration of soul, which is conscious, bright, devoid of body and mute. To attain this manifestation of soul, He felt that He has to break the shackles of family life and visit the holy places around. Such a thinking downed on him.
While treading upon that path, He was not sure as to whom He was likely to meet and at what turning. We come across many a strange person and we know a lot through these chance meetings. There is no guarantee either that we will get attracted to each and every individual enroute. When besiezed by those curious thoughts, he happened to hear some good news. He came to know the arrival of the mendicant, Sri Veerabhadra Avadhuta, (hitherto staying at Hampi) to Adoni town and establishing of a monastery there. He then went to him and prostrated upon his sacred feet all at once. He blessing upon the helpless man and favor Him the liberation from mundane family life.  
On hearing the earnest plea and the hardships of Sri Narasimha Swami, Sri Veerabhadra's heart melted. He wanted to transform the weak and helpless Narasimha into a confident and mighty one. He studied His nature and tried to put an end to His miserable life. After some days, he imparted the monastic vow to Narasimha Swami at the same Hanuman temple and accepted Him as his disciple. From then onwards Narasimha Swami became a mendicant and people around there began to call him a Buddhist monk.
Meaning: - In Upanishads (a part of Vedas) there are four letters 'Aa', 'Va', 'Dhu', and 'Tha' and they stand for four different meanings-The 'Aa' which has no ruin; 'va' means ascetic, 'Dhu' means the renouncing of family comforts and 'Tha' means the unifying force without discrimination between Divinity and soul. He who perceives the meaning hidden in those four letters is called a mendicant or 'avadhutha'.
He who realizes the fact that only the body has got the distinction of caste and creed and the soul, the part of supreme being, hasn't got such distinction, is called mendicant or 'Avadhutha'.
By the grace of His master, Sri Narasimha Swami renounced the family life and the external world and stayed there at the hanuman temple doing holy cogitation and meditation with rapt attention and noble principles. At times, He used to be on penance for months together in a cave there in the same temple. He used to inform His sister, Somamma Kalyani in advance about the duration of his penance. His sister used to place milk and fruits at the spot of meditation just on the last day. There was a myth in those days that those standing on to the wall with ears touching to it could hear the roaring sound of the tigers and the hissing sound of the snakes. With the spread of this strange news in far and wide, people began to throng the cave to catch the sight of Swami.
On a day on 'sivaratri' festival, a local devotee organized a night vizil reciting devotional hymns. The next day was arranged dole and collective eating program for the devotees. There was unending rush of devotees and all the utensils of food became empty. This news came to the knowledge of Swami at once. Then He stirred His golden hand in the vessel on the oven. Just that! Surprisingly there was food simmering in the vessel to the brim. All the devotees there witnessed this and this was a wonderful sight to their eyes. The news of this power of working miracles Swami spread to all parts like a wildfire. After this incident the number of devotees visiting Swami increased in leaps and bounds. This unexpected and ever increasing rush of devotees had a negative bearing on his mind. He realized that the rising popularity and luxurious life would lead to the fall of His soul and so He decided to quit that place.
Experiencing of life is most endearing to man. The best way to attain redemption is to go round the country and visit the holy places. Our Swami also resolved to go on a pilgrimage. He set out on foot and arrived in Hampi after visiting many a holy place enroute. From there He went to Kuruvapur, (Near Makthal) a private abode of Sri Dattatreyulu. From there He didn't go to Adonis though it is nearer to Kuruvapur. But He continued His journey towards North of Krishna River.
When Sri Narasimha Swami was on such a tour, one Sri Ashanna Kenchi who made an earnest plea to visit Narayanpet town met him. Unwilling to turn down his request, Sri Narasimha Swami came to Narayanpet. Then He was about 40 years old. The year could be roughly 1852 A.D. In those days the 'Shaivalingayaths'of Boppala monastery of Naraynpet were glorious. So, Swami decided to stay with them. On finding their monastery somewhat inconvenient and unsuitable, Swami shifted His residence to a portion in Kenchi Ashanna's house. But the room there was like a cave. There was an anthill inside. He found it quite suitable for the recital of God's name, for the solitary meditation and for the achievement of concentration of the mind. That’s why He liked it very much. This holy place is still a place of worship even today. But, of course, it is in ruined condition.
In those days Narayanapet was a tiny village. The 'Brahmanwadi' was the prominent street. In the rest of the village people of different castes were dwelling in huts. The present 'Mangalwarapet' was full of those slum dwellers and bulk of them belonging to 'Swakulasali' caste, a weaving community. One day Swami went there to see them. There he was given a warm welcome. As they were his caste, they all implored Swami to put up at the same 'Marigamma' temple. However, he rejected their suggestion and set out towards his abode at Kenchi Ashanna's house, after convincing his fellow men.
When Swamiji was on his way back to his abode at Kenchi Ashanna's house (from Mangalwarpet), He happened to meet one Thippanna Ekbote on the way. They were a well-to-do family and invited Swami to their house. They treated him royally with full honors and requested him to stay at their house. He lived upstairs for some months and in the process the number of his devotees swelled considerably. Now and then there were dinner parties in honor of Swami. The whole expenditure was borne by Ekbote family. Some days passed by in this way. Swami did not like the entire burden fall on Ekbote's family. Consequently he shifted His residence to another place lying on the north of 'Agraharapet' street. Swami liked Ekbote family very much. Seeing this intimacy, Swami instructed Ekbote family to take the responsibility of offering worship at his monastery after his getting entombed alive. Thus Thippanna Ekbote had been offering worship at the monastery and later, this holy task was being carried out by Sri Venkappa Ekbote, a successor of the same family.
Sri Narasimha Swami Maharaj chose a lifeless and a lonely place, devoid of human beings, to the north of 'Agraharapet' street as his abode .It is a sprawling piece of land spread like the shape of a cobra's hood amidst the cactus bushes. It has been still a mystery as to why Swami chose such a thorny surroundings. Here He put up a tiny hut and started dwelling in it lonely and peacefully. That is what is Swami's spot of tomb now. Living here at this place, Swami endeavored to grow green grass over thorny life. Green grass means a fresh lease of life, knowledge in place of ignorance, light in darkness, service to the poor and transformation of sinners. Activities of this kind heightened the level of concern and devotion among the people towards Swami. People began to think that 'Lord Vishnu’ had himself descended on Narayanpet in the manifestation of Sri Narasimha Swami.
Swami used to offer a holy sacrifice everyday in the morning and evening and used to recite devotional hymns. Aiming at the reformation and refinement of sinners, He provided a place for them in the society. That is what is now called 'Harijanawada' lying just beside the monastery. He started a school for the illiterates around. Thus, his longing to serve the downtrodden was ever flowing like a rivulet.
One day Mr. Hunter, the Deputy Revenue Officer, was ordered to measure the vacant land lying around Narayanpet village. In compliance with those orders, Mr. Hunter and his men arrived on the site lying on the north of 'Agraharapet' and started taking measurements of vacant land. As the measurement was on, the site of Swami's hut was found to be part and parcel of the vacant land. The Officer then pleaded with Swami to vacate the hut and move away from there. Some days elapsed, yet Swami did not vacate his hut. Seeing this, Mr. Hunter turned up there with his men and ordered them to remove the hut. They hardly touched the hut when Hunter's eyes became blind. As a result, Mr. Hunter stopped work in the middle and returned home helplessly. His wife was amazed at what had happened to her husband. She inferred that it might be the effect of his husband ordering his men to remove Swami's hut.
Soon Mr. Hunter began to introspect and analyze the things for the cause of his blindness. He opened himself all his sense organs to get at the truth. Mr. Hunter felt that it could be his unwise decision, which made him blind. He repented of what he had done. The next day Mr. Hunter with his attendants went to him (Swami) and prostrated upon his holy feet and prayed for forgiveness. Swami then pardoned the poor Hunter and showered mercy on him. Swami then took out the conch from his lap and began to blow. Some holy ash emerged out from the conch along with sound. The holy ash spread to an area of about 3 acres. This miracle of Swami feasted the eyes of the on lookers. Mr. Hunter gave away that land of 3 acres to our Swami committing it on a written document in the name of Swami. Then light dawned upon Mr. Hunter and realized that Swami was a man of divinity, an embodiment of truth, an ascetic, no covetousness and a man of sheer brilliance. Eventually Mr. Hunter regained sight.
A mendicant will have no faith in caste and creed. That's why there were His disciples from all castes and communities. His first disciple was Sri Siddvadhutha, who belonged to "Swakulashali" caste of "Sarode" lineage. Swami accepted him as disciple in Adoni itself. He used to reside at Hampi. After coming over to Narayanpet, Sri Narasimha Swami had three (3) disciples here. Of the three, the first one was Balram Avadhutha, whose Caste was 'Darjee'. The second one was Prabhu Avadhutha, whose caste was also 'Darjee'. The third one was 'Ratan Avadhutha' belonging to Rajput' community. Other who ever remained in the service of Swami were Sri Yenkappa Chinta, Sri Thippanna Ekbote, Sri Pandu Ranga Chillal, Sri Jeevanna Modigi, Sri Nagendrappa Ekbote, Sri Chandappa Kalyani, Sri Hannappa Jarang, Sri Narsingappa Kamble, Sri Pithambarappa Ganechari, Kondav, Bhagoji, Bibbala, Poonjedi etc. They were all well off and their riches did not stand in their way to serve Swami.
Truth is more amazing than fiction. We can't get away from it. One day Swami set out for a repast at Thippanna Ekbote's house. His clothing was just ordinary-loosely hanging garments, long pockets on both sides of the shirt, a turban, a staff and a holy container in the hands, a long moustache, a beard, holy ash on the forehead with scarlet in the middle. On the way, He came across a manservant working in a Brahmin's house. The servant suspected as if there were two slain heads of the sheep in both the side pockets of the loosely hanging shirt worn by swami. The servant was surprised and numerous queries arose in his mind. He thought for a while why there were sheep heads as Swami was a peaceable man. Soon he went to his master and told him what he had seen. At first the master did not trust this information. But the curious Brahmin master came out to ascertain the truth for himself. He saluted Swami at the first sight and politely questioned Swami like this-"What! Why your side pockets today were hanging under weight"? What were there inside"? With a view to removing the suspicion from His disciple's mind, Swami simply replied that there was nothing but 'Bilwa' fruits. Swami asked him if he wanted to see them. Then Swami took out two 'Bilwa' fruits from his two pockets. His disciple then bent his head down with shyness. He repented and sought Swami's pardon. He was angry upon his servant for giving false information. 
A certain person by the surname 'Bivvala' of 'Shiva’ community was admitted into Swami's monastery as His disciple. Knowing this, the gentlemen of the said community summoned him and insulted him enmass. As their caste being superior to Swami's they could not digest their man becoming a disciple to a man of low caste. As a result, the gentlemen of so-called high caste community expelled that particular man from their community. The householder than narrated his expulsion to Swami. Knowing this, Swami was distressed. In a pensive mood, Swamiji said to himself like this - "Alas! Wasn’t there any value to man's life, to his goal, to his aspirations, to his desires"? "Call me to the place where your caste men meet next”,” I will come there and teach them a lesson".
After some days there was a meeting of "Shiva community". There went our Swami too. There in the full house Narasimha Swami was ill-treated and insulted on the lines of Caste besides commenting adversely about His low caste and His ignorance. Still, He was made to sit at a far off place from the dias. All the same Swamiji sat there unperturbed putting up with the affront meted out to him.
After some time it was Swami's turn to address the gathering. He posed some questions to the audience-"Has every human being got his desires fulfilled? "Who created the rungs of low and high castes"? "Are not fame and honor acquired by one's conduct and integrity"? "Do race and caste decide one's fame and name?" There was no answer from the crowd. But after some time, someone from the crowd rose and questioned Swami - "Can you work any miracles?"  "Can you make known your latent abilities and capabilities?" - Then Swami said, "Do you really want to test me?"- "If so one of you come forward and sit before me?” On hearing this, the people there were perplexed and panic-stricken. They were helplessly looking at one another but none of them came forward. But, better late than never, one of them came forward and sat boldly before Swami. Then Swamiji said to him, " Shut your eyes and concentrate your mind towards me". "Notice the changes I am under going and describe them to your fellow men around you". Then man then positively nodded his head and did every thing as was told. After some time, the man perceived that the life cycle of Swami was twirling in his sense organ (like eyes etc.) The man began to quiver from head to heel. The image of 'Lord Shankera' manifested in his eyes. This man began to depict to his fellow men. Hearing this, all the people knelt before Swami and sought His forgiveness. After this, Swami was invited on to the dias with warmth and full honors. As an eye-opener, they received back into their community the one called 'Bivvala', who was once expelled from their caste. Then the light dawned on the audience and realized that a master acts as a servant to the ignorant and to the helpless and as a guide to His devotees. They also realized that Swami neither supports nor favors a particular caste. 
The below mentioned incident stands as a testimony to the unbiased and independent nature of Sri Narasimha Swami Avadhutha.
Once there was a toddy-tapping trader of 'Gowdu' caste in Narayanpet. He was widely known for his name and fame. People looked at him with awe. People had to bend their heads in front of his house when they were walking along that street. He had such a sway over the people around. This mighty man one day invited from far off places many saints, scholars and heroes to his house-warming ceremony. He conducted a holy sacrifice on a big scale and arranged luncheon to the invitees. After the luncheon, he generously donated many precious articles to the invitees and sent them off royally. But surprisingly that toddy trader forgets to invite the local saints to such a big event. After three days from the conclusion of that grand event, Sri Narasimha Swami happened to go towards 'Patti Bazaar, (a particular street) via Gowdu's house. Soon the trader sighted Swami and entreated Him to visit his house. By the by the trader sought Swami's forgiveness for not inviting Him to that big event. Nevertheless, Swami peacefully accepted his plea and entered his house. An ordinary man bay like his riches, his kingdom and his fame as his most, but to a saint it is his disciple who seeks His asylum. However rich a man may be, but he has to kneel down before his master. The same situation happened to that rich toddy trader. With intent to present something to Swami, the rich trader said to Him, "O! My master, I want to present something to you so what do you want at this moment "? With a smile Swami said to the trader, O! Opulent man I am quite sure you will give anything I want, but what shall I ask you?
The wealthy man: "No, No, you have to ask whatever you like!"
The Swami: "I am just a mendicant and I have all those I want. What shall I do with your presents? "No, No, I don't want your presents. "Any how, you realized your fault and I forgive you ". "That is enough and I want no more than that ". But the trader stoutly insisted to accept something or the other. As there was no other go, Swami said to him, "See! You are a toddy trader and so send us some milk twice a day thinking it to me or to the need of my disciples". The trader was quite surprised at the so small a desire of Swami. The trader said to him, “O Swamiji yours is a simple and ordinary desire and so desire some more". But Swami didn't yield to His Pressure and turned down His plea. From then onwards, the trader used to send milk twice a day as desired by Swami. Thence, Sri Yenkappa Chinta shouldered the task of fetching milk to Swami's hermitage.  
There was a doubt weather Swami was a vegetarian or non-vegetarian. But some honest people asserted that He was a vegetarian. But He allowed His disciples to eat meat, if they wanted. Swami used to mix all the food coming from the houses of His disciples and dined together with His disciples.
Once a landlord belonging to Doulathabad village offered two large drums as a present. Seeing there was need for the drums at his monastery, He then presented them to His con temporary, one Mr.Syed Saha Mohammed Taqui Sabjaposh Quadri Darga.
At the site of His dwelling, Swami intended to build a hermitage. To the south of Narayanpet, there used to be a dominion state by the name 'Lokapelli'. From there too many became His devotees. To lay the foundation to the proposed hermitage, Swami got the stones brought from there by His devotees and the foundation was laid on a day at an auspicious moment. A cave on the south from the middle of the monastery was also designed. But, none couldn't guess the purpose of cave. Building of walls, erection of stone pillars and laying of roof were over in quick time.
WATER PROBLEM SOLVED: There was an acute problem of water scarcity at His monastery. To overcome this problem, Swami planned to sink a well at His monastery. All His disciples and devotees were eagerly waiting for His orders to swing into action. They all sank the well to a great depth, but there was no sign of water. Seeing this, Swami worshipped 'Lord Shiva' for five days in the well itself without food and water. At the dawn on the fifth day water began to ooze out and it soon filled the well. All His disciples were greatly delighted at the sight of water in the well. At this very well there is the idol of Sri Sanjeeva Murthy. 
Swami willed to build a wall around his monastery. But, there was no money with Him. But it was the responsibility of His disciples to fulfill their master's longing. So His disciples Balram and Prabhu went round the village collecting money for the holy purpose. They went to many villages canvassing His ideals and collected money on behalf of Swami. Local people also came forward and donated generously according to their might. The money thus collected was spent for the construction of common wall. The task of building wall was also entrusted to His disciples. Thus the construction of compound wall began.
UNLESS ASKED, SWAMI DOESN'T FAVOUR: His disciple Sri Chinta Yenkappa was ever in His service faithfully and diligently. He was always at His disposal with the sole objective of serving Swami. One day Yenkappa came to know the bitter truth that Swami was planning to get entombed. He grieved a lot for His master. He begged Him to accept as His disciple and bestow upon him the monastic vow. He explained all about himself to Swami. Then Swamiji listened to him attentively and shut His eyes for some time silently. Swami then said to him, "You may become my disciple, but this is not the right time". "My foremost disciple Sri Siddavadhutha from Hampi will arrive here at some time and accept you as his disciple".
Yenkappa Chinta was very grieved for not becoming His disciple. He was anguished and began to lament. Seeing his lamentation, Swami pacified his anguished soul and said to him, "Fortune is the gravest blunder that men has built for him". "He attributes it to life and runs away from truth as an escapist". "Whoever squarely faces the stiff challenges of life amidst untold hardship are the real fortunate ones". The very life is not difficult but man's life on this earth is the difficult one". "The very life is not difficult but man's life on this earth is the difficult one". "Life is more dependent on destiny rather than on mere luck". "Service to God is more precious rather than on riches, wealth, affluence and kingdom". "Go on serving like this and you will one day attain redemption".                                                                                   
On a day (i.e. Aswiyuja Bahula Panchami) in 1891 AD. Sri Narasimha Swami convened a meeting of His disciples and the prominent ones among them were Balram, Prabhu, Ratan Avadutha and the workers were Pandurang Chillal, Thippana Ekbote, Jeevanna Modgi, Nagendrappa Ekbote, Chandappa Kalyani, Melgirappa Kamble, Pithamber Ganechari. In their presence Swami officially disclosed to them the details of land belonging to the monastery and addressed the meeting like this- "All of you ought to safeguard the right and privileges of this monastery and strive for its development". Like-wise you have to preserve and foster the Divine Justice evincing utmost care and concern". "Worship the Almighty wholeheartedly showing no bias towards caste, creed and race". "Conduct yourselves with love giving no room to mutual differences and bickering and be ever united and intact". "Rid yourselves from envy and hatred and serve the poor and the helpless providing them with refuge".
Sri Narasimha Swami was an embodiment of many virtues and matchless traits. He was free from wild desires, avarice and undue favor. He was cool-headed, benevolent and godlike. He worked many wonders and miracles during His lifetime. He was a hermit gifted with eight great arts, yet never used them for silly and mean purposes. He ever relied on spiritual and philosophical knowledge to guide the people towards right path. He removed the distinctions of caste, color, race the high and low and enunciated that all human being are equal in all respects. He taught to the people that though the soul is separate, they ultimately unite in the Supreme Being. In a way He is the modern Buddha. With His power of yoga and penance, He transformed into holy land the one, which was lifeless, uninhabited and overgrown with thorny bushes. He widely spread its name and fame to the four corners. This heaven-born personage, at the point of fulfillment of His life's goal, resolved to go into His grave alive. 
On Monday in the month of November/ December, 1892 (i.e. year Nandana; Month Kartheeka, Day- Bahula panchami) Swami woke from sleep early in the morning and went up to the well to bathe. He Himself drew the water and bathed. He than went round the monastery five times (i.e. circumambulation) and than entered the Inner sanctum and laid postures of yoga. All his disciples and devotees thronged into the place with Bilwa fruits, incense and lighted camphor as a routine affair on Mondays. It grieved them all that Swami was about to entomb Himself alive. On such sunny and pleasant morning, He mingled with all and gave His last 'Darshan' to all. Then taking farewell, He went into meditation. His disciples queried as to why there were two more tomb on both side of His tomb. He then told them that two more legendary heroes were coming there and they were meant for them. Later He ordered them to close the cave. Just before the closure, His disciples queried as to when they would have His 'Dashing' again. Swami then replied that He would be visible to them only once just after six months time from that day onwards. He instructed them to move the covering of the cave in order to have His 'Darshan'. Sri Chandappa Kalyani, Sri Panduranga Chillal, Sri Thippanna Ekbote, Sri Jeevanna Modgi, Sri Pithamber Ganechary, Sri Melgirappa Kamble and Sri Yenkappa Chinta etc., were present when Swami entombed Himself alive in the cave meant for Him at the monastery.
All His disciples and devotees opened the cave just after 6 months as they were told and perceived to their great surprise that Swami's body hadn't undergone any changes whatsoever. After paying homage repeatedly, they closed the cave again.
The fame and glory of this miraculous, wakeful and living tomb spread to many villages around and even to the far off places in neighboring Maharashtra and Karnataka states. Crowds upon crowds began to pour in to be hold the living tomb. Thus its significance rose day by day and year after year.
The faith, devotion and concern of local common people besides His disciples and devotees were on ever increase towards this living tomb. Thousands and thousands of devotees had thronged and are thronging ever since to have its 'Darshan' and to attain heaven. There was a belief among the people that its 'Darshan would fulfill their cherished desires and drive away their miseries.
Sri Narasimha Swami used to recite a spell of Vedic incantations every day in the morning and evening along with a burnt offering. In the evening He used to give religious instructions to His devotees by reciting holy hymn. The well of His holy offering was near His tomb. That is there still even today. He placed His holy "Chimata" (i.e. a handy tool) in that holy well for the visitors to look at it. They used to put on this holy ash on their forehead and devour something of it too. It was their belief that the holy ash would cure of their bodily diseases.
Sri Siddavadutha Swami, the foremost disciples of Sri Narasimha Swami, arrived in Narayanpet after His master’s live entombing. He grieved over His master's sudden exit and for badly missing the chance of seeing His master going into grave alive. In compliance with the directions of His 'guru', he gave 'monastic vow' to Yenkappa Chinta and accepted him as his disciple.  As he (i.e. Sri Siddvadutha Swami) was ageing, day-by-day his body began to decay. After some days he ceased from the body. His tomb too was built here at the monastery.
One Sri Laxman Sari, a native of Bendar Surapur, came to Narayanpet accompanied by his only son with a specific purpose. The child was aged between 9 and 10. Bereaved of his wife and disgusted with family life, he entrusted his only son to Sri Prabhu Swami and went away. The helpless and the shelter less child was supported and fostered by Sri Prabhu Swami. Prabhu Swami accepted seeing his latent virtues and talents, the orphan child as his disciple. The boy was sent to a 'Guruji' at Barambavi (i.e. a large open well) for the necessary monastic training and learning. The other disciples of Prabhu Swami used to bring meals twice a day and this was shared by both (i.e. Prabhu Swami and the foster child) Sri Gurunath Maharaj learned lessons and effective supervision of Sri Prabhu Swami and grew up in stature and calibre. He took charge of the monastery after Prabhu Swami.
He ceased the body in 1928 A.D. and his soul got united in the Supreme Being. But his yeoman service to the monastery and to his Master, Sri Narasimha swami, is ever memorable and immortal. There after, through the lapse of time, Sri Balram Swami used to visit the monastery but he too ceased the body in the course of time. Both their tombs were built in the monastery. Besides Sri Gurunatha Swami, Sri Vitoba Maharaj and Sri Shanmukha Maharaj also served Sri Narasimha Swami at the monastery.
Sri Gurunatha Maharaj, at the age of 40, visited Pune city in Maharastra State. He was there for some time made forty disciples for him.
In 1987 A.D. Sri Gurunatha Maharaj was on a vow of silence for 41 days and lit the holy lamp of 'Nanda'. He repeated the same rite for 21 days again in the year 1989. This way Sri Gurunatha Maharaj led the devotes towards spiritual path and the path of wisdom and knowledge till his last breath. He ever strived for their (i.e. His devotees) prosperity and well being. He also did his best for the growth and development of the monastery. This true monk, Sri Gurunatha Maharaj, passed away on 5-1-1992. His tomb was also built in the monastery beside the tomb of Sri Prabhu Swami.
Once a drama troupe from Karnataka came to Narayanpet and they stayed put here for some time. In memory of theirs, they presented to the monastery the idols of Vitoba and Rukmini. Those idols were installed in the monastery. Every year in the month of 'Karteeka' women folk organize an offering of torchlights to the deities and they chant the holy name of Lord Vishnu to make their life a blessed one.
Many a saints visited the live and wakeful tomb of Sri Narasimha Swami and made known its omnipotence to the people. Among them a female mendicant, Sri Manikeshwari mata from Yanagondi in Karnataka state, came here on her way to Hyderabad. She went into the Inner sanctum of the monastery and sat there in meditation for a while. With her power of penance she was able to have the 'Darshan of Sri Narasimha Swami who already entombed Himself alive in the monastery. Later she came out and talked to the disciples and devotee's gathered over there like this- "See! Sri Sadguru Narasimha Swami is visible in all splendor". "Worship Him with devotion and keen attention and strive to obtain His blessings". "Do your best for the development of the monastery and be worthy for His mercy". So saying she continued her journey to Hyderabad. Her visit to the monastery had still increased the passion of devotion and attention among the devotees and disciples over the mendicant, Sri Narasimha Swami. 
Scores of disciples, devotees and well- wishers have been lending their might in cash and kind to the monastery. The number of devotees thronging the monastery is ever increasing. Pleased with its omnipotence, some of the devotees are coming forward to donate both movable and immovable properties to the development of monastery. Some of them even went to the extent of donating their shop to the monastery. Some more built choultries at the monastery. Still some more built some rooms to the north and south of the monastery. In the same way the beautiful garden in front came up. In 1984 A.D. Sri Gurunatha Maharaj had the flat stones laid on the floor round the monastery.
The idols of Lord Shiva, Sri Ram, Laxman, Sita, Dattatreya, Santh Thukaram and Santh Ramadas etc., were built on top of the monastery in 1968 A.D.
After self-entombing alive by Sri Narasimha Avadutha Swami, the following four varieties of festivities are organized every year at the monastery with grandeur.
1) On the full Moon day in the month of ‘Phalguna’ (i.e. the name of a Telugu month) every year coinciding the Holi festival, two man made idols of a white elephant and a black elephant were taken out in a procession into the town. This used to be a pleasant and captivating sight to the on lookers sitting on both sides of the road, for hours together. Besides the local people, people from the surrounding villages thronged the town to witness the festivity. This programme continued successfully for the last 60 years. But for the last 10 to 12 years this programme was not going on for want of financial support. 
2)    In the month of 'Bhadrapadha' (i.e. the name of a Telugu month) every year a small get-together (i.e.'Bhandara) used to be organized exclusively with disciples. They used to offer the burning incense, the lighted camphor and the consecration of food to Sri Narasimha Swami, the mendicant. After this worshipping celebration, the disciples used to have meals collectively. 
3) In the month of 'Karteeka' (i.e. the name of a Telugu month) every year a large-scale get-together used to be organized with the disciples, devotees and the local people. A day prior to this, the rite of singing the praises and holy hymns of Sri Narasimha Swami was being held sitting up all night. On the morning next day there would be the sounding of drums and the offering of burning incense, the lighted camphor and the consecrated food to Sri Sadguru Narasimha Swami. At noon there would be palanquin adoration to the master. They would go round the inner sanctum five times in the monastery itself. Thousands of devotees arrive here on this day to have the 'darshan' of entombed master, Sri Narasimaha Swami. The food presented to the Master will be doled out to the disciples’ devotees and all other people. This practice is going on regularly every year.
 4) In the month of 'Sravana' (i.e. the name of a Telugu month) every year, on the eve of the birthday of Sri Jiweshwar Swami, the deity of 'Swakul Sali' community, a program will organized commemorating his birthday anniversary. The program of the characteristic thread will be organized in the morning. In the evening the idiol of Sri Jiveshver Swami along with the idiol of Sri Narshimha Swami will be borne along the streets of the town in a grand procession.
The centenary celebrations of Sri Narasimha Swami were held from 22-11-1991 to 26-11-1991 on the eve of His completing 100 years of entombing. The five-day festivity was organized with great pomp and gaiety. Sri Sri Sri Swami Ganeshanandaji Maharaj, the head of Haridwar monastery and his disciple Sri Matha Jyothirmaya Nandagiri Baruch were warmly invited to grace this big event. On these five days in the morning, a holy sacrifice in the name of 'Lord Shiva' was conducted. The event commences at 5.00 A.M. in the morning with torch offering and culminates in the evening with the expounding of 'Vedas' by the head of the monastery. Besides, there was the teaching of 'Vedas' in the morning and evening by Pandith Gurudas Maharaj of Solapur.
This program commencing with the palanquin adoration of Sri Narasimha Swami on 21-11-1991 culminated on 26-11-1991 with the full offering and the noon pious meal. A troupe of famous and reputed singers of devotional songs from Solapur came over to Narayanpet. This troupe organized a program of devotional hymns and cultural activities on the evening every day. Thus this program went on grandly and splendidly. The program like the offering of holy sacrifice to 'Lord Shiva' and all other ones were grandly and uninterruptedly conducted under the supervision of Sri Utkoor Dattappa Maharaj and Sri Santhmat Rama Mandir.
The executive to manage the affairs of the monastery was at first chosen in the year 1929 A.D. From then onwards the executive is being chosen regularly for every three years.
At present, the help and support on extend many developmental activities by the disciples and the members of the executive body of the monastery.
May God bless this monastery and help it bloom splendidly year after year !!!