SAT GURU – SWAMY SRILA SRI PARAMAHAMSA TAASAR

Since childhood , Guruji is fond of helping the poor and was not significantly interested in rituals and pooja. His heart melted into GODDESS and related worship method when he met his SATGURU Swamy Srila Sri Paramahamsa Taasar.  It was Swamy Srila Sri Paramahamsa Taasar who guided Guruji into SAKTHI path at the age of 18. Till Swamy Srila Sri Paramahamsa Taasar attained Maha Samadhi in 1996 , Guruji assisted Swamy in managing tuition classes at the Melaka Ramakrishna Ashram and sometime joined Swamy in bajans and abishekam programs.

Exactly as what Swamy Vivekananda asked Swamy Ramakrishna Paramahamsa , Guruji asked the same question to Swamy Srila Sri Paramahamsa Taasar – Swamy , have you seen AMMA? Have you touched AMMA ? The answer from this great Swamy was “ Yes, I have seen AMMA , and I have touched HER.  And I have TALKED to HER. Don’t be mistaken that SHE is an idol , SHE is REAL!! ” Guruji was astounded. For the first time, he was face to face with a Swamy who asserted that he had seen God. For the first time, in fact, he was hearing that God could be seen. Guruji could feel that Swamy Srila Sri Paramahamsa Taasar’s words were uttered from the depths of an inner experience. They could not be doubted.

Swamy Srila Sri Paramahamsa Taasar sensed in Guruji the relentless stirrings of an earnest soul, an a yearning towards AMMA and decided to open the doors of spirituality to Guruji . This was the beginning of the relationship between AMMA and Guruji and more importantly , between Srila Sri Paramahamsa Taasar and Guruji along SAKTHI path.

Guruji’s yearning towards AMMA became stronger after Swamy Srila Sri Paramahamsa Taasar attained Samadhi in 1996. 1st ashram was formed in year 1997 and Guruji initiated house abishekam and pooja immediately after the period.

From 1997 to 2004 , Guruji work tirelessly to fulfill his SAT GURU’s wish and finally in year 2004, Guruji completed the existing Sri Sakthi Ashram located at Tangkak and moved into new ashram at Ledang mountain foothill.