1 Million Signatures To Restore The House Of Swami Ramalingam

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1. Swami Ramalingam, popularly known as Vallalar, born at 1823, was one of the MOST notable Saints on the India sub-continent during the 19th Century.

2. He worshipped God as Light (Jothi) and was a man of utmost Love & Compassion for all living creatures. He firmly believe in "anna dana", free offering of food to the needy. 3. The Life & Writings of Swami Ramalingam have enough evidence to support dematerialization. Swami had been preparing all his life for the final achievement.

4. Gradually His Physical body had become tenuous and translucent. Photography are difficult. Only very misty vision of His Face & Limbs.

a) NO DISTINCT SHADOWS
b) LIGHT PASSES THROUGH HIS BODY

6. At 1874, Swamiji attained immortality,dematerialized without discarding His physical body,

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We visited Swami Ramalingam's House, at Vallalar Nagar, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. a) He was brought here at tender age of 6 months old. b) He spent more than 30 years of his life at this house. c) He meditates in front of mirror in the room upstairs d) He had his 1st vision of Lord Muruga e) He been fed by the Goddess in the form of His sister-in-law
f) He attained Ashta Siddhi

At this place, so many milestones in Swamiji’s life happened… but the present condition of the house brought tears to our eyes. - Sri Pranaji

Please support us to ask India Government to declare this place as a National Heritage.

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    1 year ago Comments: We know he still lives with us and guides us for enlightening. Please consider this house as vital monument of India and declare this place as a National Heritage.
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