‘Statue of Peace’ of Swami Ramanujacharya unveiled in Srinagar

In a new advancement, a ‘Statue of Peace’ of Swami Ramanujacharya built of marble was inaugurated in Srinagar by Union Home Minister, Amit Shah. Located in the Sonwar area of Srinagar, this amazing statue symbolises peace in the valley and in the place. The minister reported that peace is returning to ‘Naya Jammu and Kashmir’.

During the ceremony, Shah reported, “Sri Ramanuja, the proponent of Vishishtadvaita was an epic persona who generally longed for the development of an equitable culture. This Statue of Peace will provide the blessings and the information of Ramanujacharya for Kashmiris of all faiths, and will get Kashmir ahead on path of peace and development”.

He also stated that by future year, Gujarat far too will have a statue of peace. Talking about Ramanuja, the minister claimed that the non secular chief experienced a liberal strategy and he strongly stood in opposition to disparities in culture and that his preaching is relevant even soon after a thousand many years.

Who was Swami Ramanujacharya?

Ramanuja or Ramanujacharya was just one great Hindu thinker and a social reformer who is recognized for commencing the Bhakti Movement in India. He was born on April 25, 1077 CE into a Tamil Brahmin group in a modest village regarded as
Sriperumbudur (Tamil Nadu) in the course of the Chola time period.

His devotees followed Vaishnava custom and there are some substantial Vaishnava temples related with Ramanuja’s tradition. One of the very popular is the Srirangam Ranganatha temple in Tamil Nadu.

Statue of Equality of Ramanujacharya in Hyderabad

Earlier this year in the thirty day period of February, a Statue of Equality of Ramanujacharya in a sitting down posture was inaugurated in Hyderabad by PM Narendra Modi. Standing at a top of 216 ft, the statue appears to be like unbelievable. Also identified as the Ramanuja statue, the iconic figure is situated on the premises of the Chinna Jeeyar Have confidence in at Muchintal, Ranga Reddy district all around 36 km from Hyderabad. For individuals who do not know, it is the next tallest sitting down statue in the globe.

  1. Who began Bhakti motion?
    Bhakti movement was began by Swami Ramanujacharya.
  2. What is the philosophy of Ramanujacharya?
    Ramanuja’s philosophy is known as Vishishtadvaita in the Hindu custom.
  3. Exactly where was Ramanujacharya born?
    He was born in Sriperumbudur village of Tamil Nadu.