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Karnataka seer Siddheshwara Swamiji dies at 81; schools and colleges to remain closed in Vijayapura | India News

Karnataka seer Siddheshwara Swamiji dies at 81; faculties and schools to stay closed in Vijayapura | Information

NEW DELHI: Revered Karnataka seer Siddheshwar Swamiji of Jnanayogashram, Vijayapura handed away on Monday. He was 81 years previous. The Karnataka authorities stated that full state honour might be supplied for the final rites of Siddeshwara Swamiji. Vacation has additionally been declared for faculties and schools in Vijayapura on Tuesday (third January), the Karnataka authorities stated.

 

Siddheshwar Swamiji of Jnanayogashram, Vijayapura handed away on Monday. State honour might be supplied for the final rites of Siddeshwara Swamiji. Vacation has been declared for faculties and schools in Vijayapura on Tuesday (third January): Karnataka govt
— ANI (@ANI) January 2, 2023

 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi condoled the demise of Karnataka seer Siddheshwara Swamiji. Siddheswara Swamiji breathed his final on Monday after a protracted sickness. “Paramapujya Sri Siddheshwara Swami Ji might be remembered for his excellent service to society. He labored tirelessly for the betterment of others and was additionally revered for his scholarly zeal. On this hour of grief, my ideas are together with his numerous devotees. Om Shanti,” tweeted Prime Minister Modi. 

 

Paramapujya Sri Siddheshwara Swami Ji might be remembered for his excellent service to society. He labored tirelessly for the betterment of others and was additionally revered for his scholarly zeal. On this hour of grief, my ideas are together with his numerous devotees. Om Shanti. pic.twitter.com/DbWtdvROl1
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) January 2, 2023

 

Religious chief Siddheshwar Swamiji of Jnana Yogashram was also known as the `Strolling God of North Karnataka`. Pertinent to say, Siddheshwar Swamiji, in 2018, respectfully declined to simply accept the `Padma Shri` award.

In a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi then, the Vijayapura-born spiritualist, popularly often known as Buddiji, wrote, “I’m very grateful to the Authorities of India for awarding me the celebrated `Padma Shri`. However with all respect to you and the federal government, I need to convey my unwillingness to simply accept the good award”. His preaching was usually described as exhausting teachings delivered in a pleasing and satisfying method.