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III (born as Narasimha Shastri; 1892-1954 ) was the Jagadguru
(literally, teacher of the world, in Sanskrit; assigned to heads of
Hindu mathas) of the Sringeri Sharada Peetham during 1912-1954. He
was one of the most significant spiritual figures in Hinduism
during the 20th century. He was known to be a Jivanmukta (Sanskrit
for one liberated while alive). Chandrashekhara Bharati Swaminah
was born to pious parents in Sringeri on Ashvayuja Shukla Ekadashi
(the eleventh day of the bright fortnight in the month of
Ashvayuja) in the Hindu lunar year Nandana (corresponding to
October 16, 1892). His father was Gopala Sastri and mother,
Lakshmamma. He was the last of 12 children born to this couple and
the only one who survived past infancy. A notable feature of his
life was that his birth, upanayanam, sannyasa and videha mukti
(death), all happened on Sundays.
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