Yogi Ramsuratkumar Yogi Ramsuratkumar Jaya Guru Raya
Father alone exists. Nothing else. Nobody else.

There is no need for any Japa or Dhyana for you. You are in the company of this Beggar all the time. So you are doing tapas all the time. Your Service to this Beggar will do. Transformation is going on all the time. The greatest Tapas for any one is to stay near one`s Guru and do service to Him. But very few are given this chance


His Holiness Bhagwan Sri Yogi Ramsuratkumar attained Mukthi on 20th February 2001 at 3.19 A.M. in His Ashram at Thiruvannamalai. It was Mahashivarathri day; a day auspicious to Lord Shiva, the ultimate God.
In the Ashram’s spacious Hall, Sri Swamiji was placed in a sitting position in a wheel chair next to His bronze statue. Sri Swamiji’s smiling face, was radiant with sandal paste and kumkum on the forehead. He was dressed with a green turban and wrapped with blue shawl around his body. His hand fan and kottanguchi was placed near Him.Devotees from different parts of the world came to the Ashram to have darshan of Sri Swamiji. Devotees who were assembled in the Hall chanted His namam and sang devotional songs. One could hear devotees talking to each other as to how they were blessed and protected by Bhagwan.
On 21st February 2001 the Mahasamadhi celebrations  commenced. The celebration started with Sangu Abishekam and Bootha Sukthi Pooja. Sri Swamiji was adorned with myriad of flowers and garlands. The devotees carried Bhagwan in a decorated palanquin around the Ashram on a procession. 
It was at 4:45 P.M. with devotees singing “Yogi Ramsuratkumar Jayagururaya”, Vedic scholars uttering Vedas, Sri Swamiji was kept inside the Mahasamadhi. Devotees had poured in lots of coins, Rupee notes, gold and silver jewellery inside the samadhi. 
The samadhi was later filled with Panchaloagam, Vibudhi, Vilvam camphor, sandal, thulasi, turmeric, doopsticks, ghee, roots of vetti, vilamichi, nannari and other herbs. Subsequently a Sivalingam was mounted on top of the Samadhi
Daily abishekam, pooja and bhajans are performed. A temple has been constructed to house the Sivalingam. The meditation hall is open to the public. Devotees can now sit and meditate and get the blessings of Guru Maharaj. Every devotee feels the presence of Bhagwan in the Ashram.
Bhagwan had once said He will continue to grace the devotees who visit the ashram and the grace will definitely be more in his physical absence.
Message from Anandhashram 
Justice Aurunachalam, Ma Devaki & Ma Vijayalakshmi,
Yogiji Maharaj has dropped only the physical body which had performed its appointed task. He is still very much with us and will continue to guide the devotees by giving them the necessary strength to see him within and without every where. 
Our Humble Homage to him,
Swami Sachidananda
Prof. A.Padmanabhan
The guiding star that has been spreading divine light from the holy hills of Thiruvannamalai has merged and become one with the ever-lasting, all-pervading spirit; by which we mean the Maha Yogi casting off the mortal coil merging with the Jyotir maya Brahman.
It was on 1st December ‘2000 that we the devotees celebrated His birthday. Shri Yogi Ram Maharaj attained Mahasamadhi on 20th February ‘2001; it was indeed on an auspicious day that Guru Maharaj left for the Heavenly Abode, as the Lord says, “Vaasamsi Jeernani Yatha Vihaya”. But then great souls, all different manifestations of the ONE DIVINE, Ekam Sath, appears on the earth repeatedly, Sambhavami Yuge Yuge.
There is a long line of spiritual leaders and devout followers that sustains the sacredness of this land. From the unknown distant past to our own times the tradition is unbroken, even if some links in the chain are untraceable. Coming to our own days we have the roar of spiritual awakening revived by Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, Swami Vivekananda, Seshadri Swamigal, Ramana Maharishi, Gnanananda Swamigal, Papa Ramadas, Sri Aurobindo and many more. Sri Bhagwan Yogi Ramsuratkumar also belongs to that tradition.
Sri Bhagwan used to guide us cross the Samsara Sagara with the help of the boat Rama Nama; all that we have to employ is our mind as the paddle. He has left a rich legacy for us. The best way to offer our prayers to Him is to make the best use of this rich legacy.
Let us concentrate our mind, grip His sacred feet, realize the Father He refers to, recite the Nama He used to recite, sing the praises of the Lord, understand that our Guru is Brahma, Vishnu and Maheswara and above all serve our fellow-beings.
He has left us in the sense that the physical form is transformed; He is enthroned in the heart of everyone of His bhaktha.
Yogi Ramsuratkumar Yogi Ramsuratkumar
Yogi Ramsuratkumar Jaya Guru Raya!!!
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