After that the four sages turned into small children. Since the sages were very learned, they thanked their brother for the curse because after becoming children their urge for learning would be greater. An incident about the meeting of the four Kumaras with Vishnu's avatar Rama is narrated in the Uttarakanda of the Ramcharitmanas.
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The Kumaras once stayed in the hermitage of the sage Agastya , who told them about the glory of Rama. So to meet Rama, they went to a forest grove where Rama with his brothers and disciple Hanuman had come. Rama and his brothers were so pleased with meeting the four enlightened sages that they paid obeisance to them. The sages were wonder struck looking at the divinity of Rama that they prostrated before him and out of great ecstasy started shedding tears of happiness.
Rama looking at the sages was deeply impressed and asked them to be seated and praised them for their great achievements and their erudite knowledge of the Vedas and Puranas.
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The four Kumaras were also delighted to hear the words of praise showered on them by Rama. They in turn extolled his great virtues in a hymn. Vaishnavism the sect that worships Vishnu as the Supreme is divided into four sampradaya s or traditions. Each of them traces its lineage to a heavenly being. The swan avatar of Vishnu Hamsa was the origin of this philosophy and taught it to the four Kumaras, who in turn taught Narada, who finally passed it to the earthy Nimbarka , the main exponent of the sampradaya.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sanaka was god of walking, Sanandana was god of curse, Sanatana was god of respect, Sanatkumara was god of tapasya. Other schools.
Teachers Acharyas. Tantra Shakta. Major texts. Supreme deity. Important deities. Holy scriptures. Related traditions. Archived from the original on 2 March Retrieved 22 December Oxford University Press. Lochtefeld The Rosen Publishing Group.
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Retrieved 17 December Archived from the original on 4 February Retrieved 26 December Motilal Banarsidass Publishers. Worshipped by the prince of Asuras and by the sage Usanas, that foremost of sages sat down on a costly seat. And Agastya of great energy, and Markandeya, of great ascetic power, and Jamadagni and Bharadwaja, and Samvarta, and Chyavana, and exalted Durvasa, and the virtuous Rishyasringa, the illustrious Sanatkumara of great ascetic merit and the preceptor in all matters affecting Yoga Here, in ancient times, the holy sage Sanatkumara attained ascetic success.
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Publications Pvt. Retrieved 25 December Their knowledge comes to them of itself without being dependent on study or exertion. These seven are wedded to the religion of Nivritti. They are the foremost of all persons conversant with Yoga. They are preceptors of the scriptures on duty and it is they that introduce the duties of the religion of Nivritti, and cause them to flow in the worlds. Written in Hindi. SUNY Press.
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Ravi Lalita Sahasranama. Prasad 1 January Motilal Banarsidass. Avatars of Vishnu. The two substitutions involve Balarama, Krishna and Buddha is considered the avatar of Vishnu. Krishna is almost always included; in exceptions, he is considered the source of all avatars. Other Hindu sages.
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