Spiritual Masters: Sarada Devi

Sarada Devi, affectionately known as Holy Mother, stands as an eminent figure in the realm of spiritual masters, revered for her profound spirituality and unwavering dedication to serving humanity. Born in 1853 in a rural village in Bengal, she was destined to become the spiritual consort and foremost disciple of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, one of the most revered saints of the 19th century.

From a young age, Sarada Devi exhibited extraordinary qualities, demonstrating compassion, humility, and a deep longing for spiritual truth. Her union with Sri Ramakrishna not only symbolized divine love but also marked the beginning of her role as a spiritual guide and mentor to countless seekers.

Sarada Devi’s life was characterized by selflessness and service. Despite facing numerous personal challenges and hardships, she embodied the ideals of renunciation and compassion, offering solace and guidance to all who sought her blessings. Her simple yet profound teachings emphasized the importance of love, devotion, and selfless service as the pathways to spiritual fulfilment.
Throughout her life, Sarada Devi remained a beacon of hope and inspiration for spiritual aspirants worldwide. Her innate wisdom and unconditional love touched the hearts of people from all walks of life, transcending barriers of caste, creed, and nationality.

Her legacy continues to endure through the countless devotees and spiritual organizations dedicated to propagating her teachings and ideals. Sarada Devi’s life serves as a timeless reminder of the transformative power of love and the boundless potential within each individual to realize their divine nature. She remains a guiding light for seekers on the path of spiritual awakening, offering solace and guidance to all who turn to her with sincerity and devotion.

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About The Author

Sumita Roy

Sumita Roy

Prof. Sumita Roy is Director, Osmania University Centre for International Programmes, and Chairperson, BOS, Dept of English, Osmania University, Hyderabad. She has been teaching at the University for the last 25 years. She has guided 11 Ph.D. and 12 M.Phil scholars in American, British, Canadian, Comparative, Indian and Anglo-Indian literatures—working on poetry, drama, fiction and prose. In 2006 she won the BOOKS on BOOKS Award from the Federation of Indian Publishers, New Delhi. She has completed several Research Projects sponsored by UGC on Indian Philosophic Prose and Soft Skills. She has written/co-edited about 40 books and published more than 42 articles in national and international journals. She regularly delivers lectures at different UGC Academic Staff Colleges, academic institutions, and government and private organisations.

Sarada Devi, consort and foremost disciple of Sri Ramakrishna, was given the responsibility of carrying forward his spiritual mission. Sarada Devi’s experiences can be considered as an exemplification of life skills: communication, negotiation, interpersonal relations, stress, time, change, conflict and mind management, problem solving, decision making, goal setting, planning and executing.

In her we find a wonderful resolution of many conflicts: her life and experiences anticipate the tenets of feminism which would take almost one more century after her advent to come to the Western consciousness. Sarada Devi’s life serves as a road map for everyone who seeks to lead a joyful and meaningful life.


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