Talk:Siddharudha Swami

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Subject was a very well-known religious figure and teacher of Swami Ramdas (he persuaded Ramdas to reenter non-ascetic life) and Muktananda (he gave Muktananda that name). Hubli, at one time, was chiefly known for his Siddharoodha Matha, which was visited by people all over (present day) Maharashtra-Karnataka,[1] including Lokmanya Tilak in 1919 and Mahatma Gandhi in 1924. [2] Plenty of hits on Google books, some of which represent devotee literature and need to be used with care. (excerpted from Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Siddaroda Abecedare (talk) 00:46, 8 March 2009 (UTC)

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