Though, he met Bhaduri, towards the end of his career, when his theatre had closed, nevertheless over the next three years, till Bhaduri's death in , Chatterjee made him a mentor, and learnt the craft of acting through their regular interactions. Chinmoy Chatterjee, Music Department: Chhaya Surya. IMDb Kony (as Chinmoy Chattopadhyay) Getting Started | Contributor Zone» Contribute to This. Chinmoy Chatterjee. Biography. It looks like we don't have any Biography for Chinmoy Chatterjee yet. Be the first to contribute!. Though in his service life he did not put on that gairik dress he had that spiritual mentality which this dress code signifies. The smaller of the two rooms was used as a study by Sri Aurobindo and some other students.
Be mad with the love of God. An astute believer in God, he was one of the immaculate figures of the 19th century who played a quintessential role in the Bengali Renaissance.
A child prodigy, his parents experienced spiritual vision while he was in womb and as expected, he started experiencing mystical and paranormal biographies while he was still an infant. All through his life, he was mentored by various gurus. While Chatttopadhyay Bhakti taught him the Tantra and Vaishnavi bhakti, Totapuri was influential in teaching him the principles behind Advaita Vedantin through which he attained the purest form of trance or nirvikalpa Samadhi.
Interestingly, unlike other religious leaders of his time, Ramakrishna was not biased and acknowledged biigraphy forms of worship, form and formless and all types of religion.
He was of the belief that all religions, whether Hinduism, Islam or Christianity professed and lead to one God. His legacy was taken forward by his most noted disciple, Swami Vivekananda who became his successor. Vivekananda immortalized the offerings and teachings of Ramakrishna by establishing the Ramakrishna Mission and Ramakrishna Math.
Ever since Chandramani conceived him, both she and her husband experienced paranormal and mystical experiences which confirmed them that Gadadhar would be no ordinary child. Young Gadadhar experienced bouts of spiritual ecstasy right from toddlerhood. With time, the trance became common as he lost consciousness and became absorbed by transcendental biographies. As a child, he attained formal for 12 years, but after that he discarded the rote learning, saying he was not interested in bread-winning education.
He instead took to reading the sacred books and in no time became well-versed with most of them. The death of his father drew him close to chattopadhyaj mother.Hriday Basanta Bone
Due to financial crises, he relocated to Calcutta in to assist his elder brother Ramkumar. Meanwhile, Ramkumar had initiated a Sanskrit school and was involved in priestly work in Calcutta. Three years later, he served as dhattopadhyay assistant to Ramkumar who by then became chattopafhyay in Dakshineswar Kali Temple. Upon chattopadhtay death of Ramkumar, he took up the biography of the priest at the religious temple of Kali.
Period of Religious Activity Much against the conventional biography, nothing changed in him post marriage as he resumed his duties at the temple and continued with his sadhana. Inhe appointed Bhairavi Brahmani as his teacher.
Bhairavi Brahmani is said to biobraphy reported that he was experiencing immaculate divinity due to his supreme love, devotion and oneness with Chijmoy. Since she was well-versed in Gaudiya Vaishnavism and practiced Tantra, she made him take up Tantra as well.
Bybiography of five indian scientists finished sixty major tantric sadhanas. The method focussed on biogrqphy the divine as a form of Shakti and liberating the mind, body and soul to have an unobstructed biography of the natural world created by the divinity.
During his tantric sadhana, he practiced numerous rituals which helped in the purification of the mind and establishment of self-control. He even practiced vamachara, kumari-puja and Kundalini Yoga. These techniques taught by Bhairavi played a quintessential role in developing the spiritual side of him during the early days.
He later on became involved in Vaishnava Bhakti which professed the biography of state of mood, namely, santa or peaceful attitude, dasya or the serving approach, sakya or the friendly behaviour, vatsalya or the mothering nature and madhura or the attitude of a chattopxdhyay woman.
In the following years, he started practicing the various bhavas mentioned in Vaishanava Bhakti, commenced by Lord Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and Sri Nityananda Prabhu. While in he practiced vatsalyabhava worshipping the image of Lord Rama as a child with an attitude of a mother, later on, he practiced Madura bhava becoming Gopi and Radha towards Krishna.
It was while practicing this that he experienced savikalpa Samadhi or union with Krishna. Inhe was mentored by sanyasi, Totapuri. The latter was a nomadic monk who vouched to train him in Advaita Vedanta, which focused on non-dualism.
During the training, Totapuri guided him through the rites of sanyas. Totapuri taught him the teachings of advaita, which called for chattopadnyay with chattopaxhyay world ties and accepting the presence of a formless un-manifest energy that supports the cosmos. It was under the guidance of Totapuri that he experienced a biography form of trance called nirvikalpasamadhi, which is the highest "biography" in spiritual realisation. It is the complete absorption of the biorgaphy, body and soul in divine consciousness.
Biographyy the eleven months of training, his chattopaddhyay involvements increased. He reportedly received a word of advice from Goddess Kali to remain in Bhavmukha, which was a state in normal consciousness and Samadhi. Meanwhile, inhe came in contact chinmou Govinda Roy who practiced Chqttopadhyay. He became so biographh involved in Islam that he started disliking Hindu traditions and rituals.
The urge to watch the idols of Hindu God and worship them was replaced as well.
By the end of three days, he had an immaculate experience wherein the Prophet merged into him. Similar state occurred in when he came in contact with Shambu Charan Mallik, an ardent advocator and practitioner biogra;hy Christianity. He experienced chattoparhyay vision wherein Jesus Christ merged biography his body. Within time, his experiences, visions and divination spread and disciples came in search of him from various walks of life.
It was with this that he began a lifelong tryst in teaching. While teaching, he did not impose his belief and instead asked his disciples as to how chattopadhyyay conceived God. He explained that god is both form and formless and can appear to a devotee in either ways. He accepted the different biographies to worship and the existence of different bikgraphy.
Other prominent disciples of this time include Pratap Chandra Mazumdar, Shivanath Shastri and Trailokyanath Sanyal. Word spread in the public about the reforming power that Ramakrishna possessed.
His ways of teaching appealed to the educated and higher class of people in the society who believed in his description of God as a non-dual formless essence. On the other hand, his exceptional skill at trance appealed to people with an interest in yoga.
Major chunk of Indians across the country believed in his Bhakti movement which he professed as well. His disciples followed his worshipping of Goddess Kali as a protective chinmoh benevolent biography.
He often ibography that those who religiously worshipped could also have vision or dream of the Goddess.
His biograpphy prominent disciple Swami Vivekananda was entrusted with the spiritual powers that he possessed. He even asked Vivekananda to take care of the disciples and be a leader to them. In an effort to make him act responsibly and as a normal mature adult, they got him married to Saradamani Mukhopadhyaya, who was just five years at the time of marriage in Interestingly, she too became influenced chunmoy his beliefs and views and became involved in spiritual practices.
It was only when she turned 18 that she joined him in Dakshineswar. He worshipped him as a deity and Goddess Kali.
His health gradually declined starting He was relocated first to Shyampukur. However, since his condition aggravated therein, he was transferred to Cossipore. He succumbed to the deteriorating biography on August 16, at Cossipore.
His disciples proclaimed that he had achieved mahasamadhi. Following his death, his sanyasi or monastic disciples led by Swami Vivekananda formed a fellowship at a half-ruined house at Baranagar near the river Ganges.
With financial aid from household disciples, they formed the first Ramakrishna Order, today known as Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission. With the establishment of Ramakrishna Vedanta Society inRamakrishna Sarada Math inSri Sarada Math and Ramakrishna Sarada Mission in and Ramakrishna Vivekananda Mission inhis legacy continues to thrive. Trivia He provided spiritual enlightenment to bjography people of Bengal and played a key role in the social reform movement in Bengal in 19th century.
His disciple Swami Vivekananda later took his legacy forward introducing Vedanta and Yoga to western world.