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French-Indian monk, sannyasi

Died when: 63 years 99 days (759 months)
Star Sign: Virgo



Abhishiktananda (Sanskrit: अभिषिक्तानन्द, romanized: Abhiṣiktānanda; 30 August 1910, in Saint Briac, Brittany – 7 December 1973, in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India), born Henri Le Saux, was a French monk who, having moved to India in 1948 in search of a more radical form of spiritual life, adopted sannyasa in accordance with Indian tradition and became one of the pioneers of Hindu-Christian dialogue.

Multiple contacts with prominent saints such as Sri Ramana Maharshi, Sri Gnanananda Giri and Sri H.W.L.Poonja, led him to profound advaitic experience as well as to final recognition of the truth of advaita during the last years of his life.

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