“Puttur Ajja “ or Rabbi Nityanandam, a saint or Advait Jnani lived in Ananda Kuteeram at Kemmai of Puttur in Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka State in India and had many disciples across the world. Being extraordinary he lived an ordinary life with detachment from all bodily attachments. That sacred ashram, a spiritual or meditation centre is only 6 km away from Narimogaru, i.e., Prasadini Ayurnikethana. The self-realized or enlightened soul, called by us as Puttur Ajja, guided to those who seek eternal truth and peace.
Andrew Kohin, an editor of American magazine “Enlightenment”, interviewed Puttur Ajja and published his conversations with him, as highlighted article.
Our Prasadini Ayurnikethana is interested in guiding about real yoga, meditation and spirituality, as per the guidance received by Dr. Raghavendra Prasad Bangaradka during his contacts with Ajja. Dr Raghavendra Prasad Bangaradka of Prasadini Ayurnikethana was in close contact with Puttur Ajja since his student life and was giving spiritual talks or upanyasa in his divine presence and according to his instructions, about his divine life, Karmamarga (purification of mind) and jnanamarga. Dr Raghavendra Prasad Bangaradka of Prasadini Ayurnikethana is dedicated to narrate and teach basic principles of spirituality and meditation as taught by Puttur Ajja in the context of Upanishat and Vedas.