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Pujyapada Ayodhya Dasji was born in the village of Tulati in Orissa
. He grew up under the proper guidance of the saints like H.H. Mahant Maharaj, Shri Ramchandra Dasji of Chhauni Math and Balaram Kot Math in Jagannath Puri. He also imbibed education from another popular saint, Shri Ramdasji Maharaj, in the later period of his life. He had sent him to Varanasi
for pursuing higher studies.
In Varanasi, Ayodhya Dasji was famous as a highly meritorious student. He also published a number of journals and magazines in his life. He started publishing a Hindi monthly magazine named 'Vairagya Jyoti' from Varanasi in the year 1965 and since then he has been its Chief Editor. He also worked as the Chief Editor of 'Hindu Chetna' and as a sub- editor of the famous quarterly journals from Sanskrit Vishwavidyalaya and Banaras Hindu Vishwavidalaya. Ayodhya Dasji was inclined towards spiritualism, since his student days and he visited a large number of spiritual centres like Chitrakut, Ayodhya
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