Maharaj was born in a Namboothiri Brahmin family in the South of
Kerala. When he was young he left for the Himalayas and
travelled widely in India with his spiritual quest and happened
to meet his Guru-Yogi Madhavananda of the Himalayas. He
spent several years with his Guru, and then went into seclusion
for many years. There, he survived only with available fruits,
vegetables and water. During the “Second World War” he was in an
interior place on the Himalayan caves for 7 years, unreachable
to human beings. Later, he noticed some unusual changes in the
world and when enquired came to know that the war has ended up.
He had an
active role and participation in establishing Kaivalya Dhama
Yoga Institute in Lonavala along with Swami
Kuvalayanaandaji in early days. He had disciples all over
the world including great personalities like Sri Motilal
Nehru. “Vasudhaivakudumbakam”…..being a member of the
“universal family” he was conversant in 09 languages including
Indian and Foreign.
Being free from
worldly bondages, dedicated himself to Yoga and spirituality, he
fulfilled his life in renunciation.