Lokenath Brahmachari

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Lokenath Brahmachari
লোকনাথ ব্রহ্মচারী
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Religion Hinduism
Philosophy His main mantra "Whenever you are in danger remember me from your heart I will save you whatever you are in battle field or in jungle or in anywhere and everywhere" Jnana, Karma, Bhakti, Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali, Hatha Yoga[1]
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Nationality Indian
Born Lokenath Ghoshal
(1730-08-31)31 August 1730[2][3]
Chakla (or Kachua Dham), Basirhat, North 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India
Died 2 June 1890 (aged 160)[3][1]
Baradi, Dist: Narayanganj, Bangladesh.
Guru Bhagwan Ganguly[1]

Lokenath Brahmachari (31 August 1730 – 2 June 1890) also known as Baba Lokenath was a Hindu yogi and mystic who lived during the 18th and 19th century Bengal and resided for 26 years at the village Baradi, Dist: Narayanganj, Bangladesh.

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  • Joy, Aaron; Ann B., Marino Lee (2003). Into Da Bright: Poetry Inspired And In Tribute To The Ruchira Avatar Adi Da Samraj. Lulu.com. p. 82. ISBN 9781300919704. 
  • Brahmachari, Shuddhaanandaa (2004). The Incredible Life of a Himalayan Yogi: The Times, Teachings and Life of Living Shiva Baba Lokenath Brahmachari. Lokenath Divine Life Mission. p. 238. ISBN 9788187207078. 
  • Shuddhananda, Swami (2005). La vita di uno Yogi dell'Himalaya. Baba Lokenath. Laris. p. 238. ISBN 9788888718330. 
  • Sarkar, Ramesh Chandra (2008). Sri Sri Lokenath Brahmachari. Presidency Library. p. 200. ISBN 978-8189466084. 
  • Sāhā, Kalyāṇa Kumāra (1992). Yogirāja Lokanātha. University of California: Ānandadhāma Pābaliśārsa. p. 192. 
  • Wright, David Dillard (2016). A Mindful Morning: Start Each Day with a Clear Mind and Open Heart. Adams Media. p. 284. ISBN 9781440596377. 
  • Dey, Dr. Ashimbaran (2013). Girija Library Baba Lokenath Book (in Bengali). Girija Library. 

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