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    Jagadguru Swami Ramananda (IAST: Rāmānanda) or Ramanandacharya was a 14th-century Vaishnava devotional poet saint, who lived in the Gangetic basin of northern India. The Hindu tradition recognizes him as the founder [2] of the Ramanandi Sampradaya , the largest monastic Hindu renunciant community in modern times.

  2. Ramananda (1400?-1470?) foi um dos grandes santos-poetas da Índia medieval e considerado como pertencente à tradição vaixnava, um "ramayati," ou devoto de Vixnu como Rama. Radicado em Varanasi, escrevia em hindi vernacular.

  3. 3 de abr. de 2024 · Last Updated: Apr 3, 2024 • Article History. Also called: Ramanand or Ramadatta. Born: c. 1400. Died: c. 1470. Ramananda (born c. 1400—died c. 1470) was a North Indian Brahman (priest), held by his followers (Ramanandis) to be fifth in succession in the lineage of the philosopher-mystic Ramanuja. According to his hagiography ...

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  4. Learn about Ramananda, a 14th-century Vaishnava devotional poet-saint who popularized Rama worship and Bhakti movement in northern India. Find out his literary works, disciples, and the Ramanandi Sampradaya he founded.

  5. 8 de jul. de 2018 · The Significance of Ramananda in the Evolution of Bhakti Movement. Ramananda occupies a pivotal position in the Bhakti Movement of Medieval India. He was a Vaishnava saint. He was mainly instrumental in ushering in the new epoch of Medieval Mysticism. He is considered to be the reviver of Ramanandi sect.

  6. RAMANANDA (1400–1470), Hindu religious teacher. The founder of the Rāmanandis, a sect of Vaishnava Hinduism, Ramananda was part of the medieval Hindu devotional movement (thirteenth to seventeenth centuries) in North India, when focus moved from polytheism to the worship of one God and his avatars, especially Krishna and Rāma.

  7. › referenceworkentry › 10Rāmānanda | SpringerLink

    1 de jan. de 2022 · Ramananda was a medieval Hindu saint who popularized the bhakti ideals in north India and founded the Ramanandi Sampradaya. He rejected caste and gender discrimination and accepted disciples from all walks of life, including Kabir and Ravidas.