(Last Updated on : 10/07/2014)
Sri Morari Bapu or Moraridas Prabhudas Hariyani was born in Gujarat
in the year 1946 to Prabhudas Bapu Hariyani and Savitri Ben Hariyani. It was his grandfather, Tribhovandasji who gave the first lessons to the young Morari for memorizing the couplets of Ramayana
. He started his career as a primary school teacher in near by village. He worked there for several years as well as simultaneously did Ram Kathas.
Sri Morari Bapu always considers his grandfather Tribhovandasji, as his real guru, as he imparted him with the knowledge to walk on the path of the saints and sages. His speeches are mainly based on the episodes of Ramayana and his teachings have a universal appeal. He spreads his thoughts in a simple manner. The devotional hymns that he sings and the relevant narration of anecdotes that he gives along with the songs holds the attention of thousands of people. He has become very famous both in India and abroad and has given sermons based on the episodes of the Ramayana in several countries.
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