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Pandit Sethuraman had a powerful aura. He was invited to the tooth ceremony festival in Kandy as a special guest in 1951. When the festival ended, the head of the Buddhist monastery insisted Panditji to accompany him somewhere, taking him to the treasury. Teeming with valuable gems like Rubies and Emeralds that had been donated by emperors in the past, the room was a sight to behold. Surprised and honored Panditji asked the head pontiff why he was showing all this to an outsider. The head pontiff replied saying that he could sense Panditjiā€™s powerful aura and asked him if he would be interested in converting to Buddhism and becoming his disciple. He said him that he would personally train Panditji and...
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In 1947, when panditji was waiting in the tuticorin railway station along with many of his clients who had gathered there to bid him farewell, one of the them walked up to him with a man. Introducing the young man as M.Yusuf, a loyal and hardworking employee who had lost his father at a very young age, he requested panditji to bless him. Upon hearing his name, panditji felt a sudden urge to change his name and did so after talking to him about his background and life for a while. He advised him to write his new name, A.E.M.Yuseff 32 times a day, every day without fail. To the shock of the client who had introduced the young man, also...
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Late Maharaja of Gwalior Jivajirao Scindia was a good friend of my father. He had great regards for my father for his extraordinary knowledge. My father had stayed as a special guest in his palace for three months. He often used to say that my father should one day meet M.Visweswarara who was once Divan of Mysore and an eminent engineer. At that time M. Visvesvaraya was 85 years old and he was the industrial advisor to Gwalior Maharaja. My father said I am only 22 years old and Visweswaraya is 85 years old. He may not pay keen attention to what I am saying owing to my age. Maharaja said, do not think like that. Sir. M.V . Will...
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