Patriji has worked tirelessly to awaken and enlighten each and every person. All of the pyramid masters convened at the temple town of Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, in 1997, and conferred the title of “Brahmarshi” on Patriji. Patriji was recently awarded the title “Pitamaha” by a collective of Himalayan gurus during the Global Festival of Spiritual Scientists in Pyramid Valley International in Bengaluru.
Patriji’s father was an outstanding student. As a result, all of the youngsters got dedicated to their academic pursuits. However, Patriji’s older brother, Dr. P.K. Venu Vinod, who earned his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Manchester between 1970 and 1974, has been the greatest of them all. Dr. Sudha, Patriji’s sister, earned her M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry and was almost through with her Ph.D. before returning to Bengaluru to complete her M.B.B.S. as a mother of two children. Patriji’s younger sibling is two years younger than him. Due to Leukemia, “ Aravind ” died in his physical body in Mumbai in 1964.
In the year 1969, Patriji’s parents built a home called “Aravind” in Amberpet, Hyderabad. Dr. Sudha Koduri owned the house where Patriji and his sister Dr. Sudha were born in Shakkarnagar some years ago, and it is today known as ” Savitri Devi Pyramid Meditation Centre “. Patriji founded “The Kurnool Spiritual Society” in Kurnool in 1990 with the express purpose of raising profound knowledge about the science of meditation and its central role in giving physical, mental, and intellectual health and well-being to everybody.
Patriji’s family owned a harmonium and a tabla when he was a kid, and everyone in the family used to practise harmonium. Shiv Ram Guruji, a Hindustani musician from Bodhan, used to visit the house and teach basic Hindustani music and simple Bhajans. Patriji also picked up some Tabla skills. All of the children migrated to Secunderabad for higher education in 1960. Patriji’s brother determined in 1963, following Patriji’s high school 12th examinations, that Patriji should travel to ” Shri T.S. Chandrasekharan ” and learn CLASSICAL CARNATIC FLUTE.
Flute of Patriji Master Chandrasekharan Garu was a pupil of the famous T. R. Mahalingam and is now known as GURUJI. Patriji’s Guruji handed him a Flute to play in April 1963. Venu Vinod, Patriji’s brother, was six years his senior in Flute. Patriji used to play the flute with his brother.
Every month, Patriji would spend around 7 to 8 days in Kurnool. And he would spend a lot of time with ” Swamiji ” over those few days. Patriji would bring him smokes, snacks, tea, and lunch. When Patriji was in Camp, Swarnamala Patri would arrange for lunch to be sent.
This was Patriji’s daily schedule in Kurnool from January 1st, 1981, until May 22nd, 1983. Patriji used to spend a lot of time listening to him talk about his life experiences. “ Swamiji ” remained in his old Lodge for the rest of his life. On the 22nd of May 1983, “ Kurnool Swamiji ” willingly left his body in the company of Patriji and Dr. Sripada Pinakapani.
How to Meet Patriji Personally and Face to Face
Meet Through Appointment
It is one of the most effective ways to meet Indian religious leaders. The majority of religious leaders in India have a sizable fan base, and the majority of them desire to meet in person. As a result, making an appointment with any religious leader in India is the ideal way to approach and meet them.
If you’re a socially engaged individual who routinely attends events and programs, there’s a considerable possibility you’ll run upon Patriji on one of these occasions. You might attempt to be present at one of the events presented and engage with Patriji as a member of the audience through relevant contacts in the broadcast media.
Meet During Public Places or Events
Patriji attends many public events and programs both in India and overseas. As a result, it is one of the most effective ways to meet him in person. To improve your chances of meeting, you should get permission from the event/local program’s organiser ahead of time.