Who is Morari Bapu?
Morari Bapu is an Indian spiritual leader and preacher. As per the Hindu calendar, he was born on the festival of Shivratri. He has spent maximum childhood with his grandparents. At the age of 5, he used to listen to his grandmother, Amrit Ma’s folktales and his grandfather Tribhovandasji’s singing of the Ramcharitmanas Hymnes (Chaupais).
What is Morari Bapu and Ram Katha?
This channel will feature all Morari Bapu and Ram Katha related content, including important announcements and updates. Morari Bapu is a world-renowned exponent of the Ramcharitmanas and has been reciting Ram Kathas for over sixty years. Bapu’s overarching message is Truth, Love and Compassion.
Who gave Morari Bapu a 300 year old copy of Ramayana?
Morari Bapu’s grandfather gave him a 300-year-old copy of Ramayana. As a teacher, he taught in the J. Parekh High School in Mahuva (Bhavnagar state, Gujarat) for more than ten years. During this period, he used to meet and listen to the most prominent spiritual leaders of India.
Who is Bapu Nimbarka?
Bapu was born on the day of Shivratri in 1947 in the village of Talgajarda, close to Mahuva in Bhavnagar district of Gujarat and he still lives there with his family. He belongs to the Vaishnav Bava Sadhu Nimbarka lineage and spent much of his childhood under the care of his grandfather and guru, Tribhovandas Dada, and grandmother, Amrit Ma.
Morari Bapu is a renowned exponent of the Ram Charit Manas and has been reciting Ram Kathas for over fifty years throughout the world. The overall ethos of his Katha is universal peace and spreading the message of truth, love and compassion.
How old was Bapu when he recited Ram Katha?
By the age of twelve, Bapu had memorised the entire Ram Charit Manas and had begun reciting and singing the Ram Katha at fourteen. The Ramayana is an epic poem which was first written from memory (smriti) by sage Valmiki in the Sanskrit language.
What is the focal point of Bapu?
While the focal point is the scripture itself, Bapu draws upon examples from other religions and invites people from all faiths to attend the discourses. Bapu was born on the day of Shivratri in 1947 in the village of Talgajarda, close to Mahuva in Bhavnagar district of Gujarat and he still lives there with his family.