Ramakrishna mission president swami smaranananda dies at 94!

Ramakrishna mission president Swami Smaranananda ji Maharaj, passed on Tuesday at 8:14 p.m.. Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed sympathies on the death of the 94-year-old monk. He said he left an “indelible mark” on many hearts and minds. “His compassion and wisdom will continue to inspire generations.”

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During the visit to the Belur math in 2020, PM Modi recalled his interaction with Ramakrishna mission president Swami Smaranananda ji Maharaj, who had “dedicated his life to spirituality and service.”

“I have had a close relationship with him throughout the years. I visited the hospital in Kolkata a few weeks ago to inquire about his health. My thoughts are with the many devotees of Belur Math. “Om Shanti,” the Prime Minister wrote in an X post.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah also respected Swami Smaranananda ji Maharaj, stating that his “absence leaves a void that will be difficult to fill.”

“Srimat Swami Smaranananda Ji Maharaj of Ramakrishna Math was a spiritual giant whose scholarly knowledge enlightened minds and whose compassionate presence flooded hearts with divine bliss.” Maharaj Ji’s disappearance leaves a vacuum that will be impossible to fill, yet his wisdom will continue to guide us. “My condolences go out to his countless followers,” the Home Minister wrote in an X post.

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