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Jagadguru Kripaluji Maharaj (Sanskrit: जगदगुरु कृपालु जी महाराज) (October 18, 1922 - 15 November 2013) was a Hindu spiritual leader from Allahabad, India.
He was the preceptor of Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat, a worldwide Hindu non-profit organization with 5 main spiritual centers; four in India and one in the USA. JKP Radha Madhav Dham is one of the largest Hindu Temple complexes in the Western Hemisphere, and the largest in North America. 
He received the title of Jagadguru (world teacher) at the age of 34 by Kashi Vidvat Parishad (the oldest and most recognised body of Varanasi's intellectuals) on Makar Sankranti day, 14 January 1957. 
Birth and early life history
Kripaluji Maharaj was born on the full moon (Purnima) in October( Sharad month of Indian Calender) 1922 as Ram Kripalu Tripathi in Mangarh district Pratapgarh, near Allahabad, in India. He received his preliminary education in Hindi and Sanskrit in the local school. He went on to study advanced Sanskrit and Ayurved in Indore and Varanasi and spent a year or more around Chitrakoot. After completing his formal education, at the age of 16, he entered into self-imposed banbas. He found his way to Vrindavan and the next year he emerged as a Guru known affectionately as Shree Maharajji. When he was 17 years old, he led a 6 month continuous chanting of the "maha mantra".
In 1955 Kripalu Maharaj organized a religious convention in which prominent spiritual leaders of India gathered. Mahamahopadhyay Giridhar Sharma, President of the Kashi Vidvat Parishad had also come and was impressed by Kripaluji Maharaj's scriptural knowledge. Kripalu Maharaj was invited to give discourse at the Kashi Vidvat Parishad in 1957. 
The congregation had scholars of Vanarasi and many from all over the India. His speeches lasted for seven days, after which he was formally installed as the fifth Jagadguru. He was 34 years old when given the title "Jagad Guru" (world teacher) on 14 January 1957, by the Kashi Vidvat Parishad, a group of Hindu scholars. The Kashi Vidvat Parishad also conferred on him the titles Bhaktiyog-Ras-Avtar and Jagadguruttam. 
According to Kripalu Maharaj, "the desired goal of the soul is to attain the selfless Divine love of Radha Krishna who are eternally related to you". He teaches that Radha Krishna are the supreme 'form' of God and the 'form' of Divine Love and are eternally related to us. 

Swami Shree Haridas Ji, the pillar preacher of Jagad Guru Shree KripaluJi Maharaj is the legend spiritual history of Nepal. Respected SwamiJi has reconciled controversies between spirituality and materialism in a new and practical version in his discourses. He is the only Nepali preacher to advocate the philosophy of JagadGuru shree KripaluJi Maharaj.

The elite classes of peoples of Nepal Professors, Doctors, Engineers, Businessman, Army and Police Officers and Teachers have been supremely impressed by the simplifier version of the Veda delivered by Shree SwamiJi.

Swamiji’s main philosophy is the integration of diverse, spiritual theories in a way which even a commoner can understand and practice it in their own way.

Shree SwamiJi has travelled the Hills, the Plain’s and the Valleys of Nepal as well as the parts of Neighboring Countries to teach love and moral values. The philosophy discourses by Shree SwamiJi has become the lifeline of people to seek spirituality God and Goddess.

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