Acharya Sri Srinivasa Swamiji


Sri Srinivas Swamiji is a Hindu Saint, Spiritual seeker and a Master Teacher - Acharya, in the real sense of the term, of Advaita Vedanta, Darshanas and Sanskrit language. He is very actively pursuing spiritual life for past twenty-five years as per the Advaitic tradition of Upanishads, expounded by Bhagavatpada Sri Shankaracharya.

He is also teaching Advaita Vedanta, Bhagavad Geeta, Shankara Bhashyas traditionally along with Sanskrit language, Panini sutras of Grammar and Darshanas, various schools of Vedic thought. Apart from teaching, he is also guiding people in Spiritual, Religious, Social matters and also does Samaja seva- social service.

In Rishikesh, the Acharya Studied Shashtras, Sanskrit language, Panini Vyakarana and Shankara's Bhashyas in Arshavidya Gurukulam, (also known as Swami Dayananda Ashram on the banks of River Ganga, which is founded by world renowned Hindu Religious leader Parama Poojya Sri Swami Dayananda Saraswathi Mahaswamiji) from Acharya Sri Swami Sakshatkritanandaji. Here, along with studies he was also actively teaching Sanskrit language, along with his Tapasya, Sadhana and Guruseva. By Bhagavan's blessings, he also learnt many scriptures from his Guruji Parama Poojya Sri Swami Dayananda Saraswathi Mahaswamiji both in Rishikesh and in Arshavidya Gurukulam, Coimbatore.

He has also studied in Kashi. In Kashi with the blessings of Bhagavan Vishwanatha and Mother Annapurna, he studied Shastras from great Scholars and also did sadhanas and teaching. Here he stayed in Sri Guru Karshni Vidya bhavan, founded by Acharya Mahamandaleshvar Parama Poojya Sri Swami Gurusharananada Maharaj ji for several years, hence also got the Satsang (holy association) opportunity of Parama poojya maharajji and his blessings inspired him to do more tapasya and adhyayanam. He has also learned shastras from different scholars in many places of our country.

Apart from his shastra Adhyanam and teaching, he has also spent a lot of time in Tapasya and Sadhanas in different sacred and esoteric places of our country, Himalayas, also on the banks of river Ganga, Narmada etc. At present, He is teaching shastras for many seekers without any discrimination of caste, religion and sex etc. to create a healthy Global citizen in this era of Globalisation for the Universal Peace and Prosperity and also to Protect, Preserve and Propagate Santana Dharma - Hinduism through shastra teaching, sadhana and service for a better world.


Building society on vedic vision

Civilization can only march ahead with the holistic vision of Vedas. Hence, preservation of Vedic Knowledge gains immense importance. The Vedic Knowledge can be preserved only through the practice of Dharma (What has been propagated by Vedas) and not through any sort of documentation or other methods of preservation. As the Vedas themselves confirm, the practice and propagation is the utmost Responsibility (Kartavya) of mankind.