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Nov222013

Revered Swami Sumedhanandaji

Served as Secretary from 1999 to 2005

Swami Sumedhananda (Sujit Maharaj) passed away on 22 December 2010 at 10.20 pm at Seva Pratishthan.  He was 66 and had been suffering from hypertension and diabetes for some years.  On the fateful day he complained of severe discomfort and was immediately rushed to Seva Pratishthan where he passed away on that night itself owing to massive heart attack.  Initiated by Swami Vireshwaranandaji Maharaj, he joined the Order in 1965 at Advaita Ashrama, Kolkata, and had Sannyasa from his Guru in 1975.  Besides his joining centre, he served at Headquarters and Seva Pratishthan as assistant and at Malda, Cherrapunji, Agartala and Aalo (Along) centres as head.  He was a sevak of Swami Vireshwaranandaji Maharaj and the secretary of Swami Gambhiranandaji Maharaj for a few years.  He participated in relief and rehabilitation work at Malda in 1981-82.  He was convener of a sub-committee for Swamiji’s 150th birth anniversary commemoration and was actively looking after its affairs at the celebration office at Belur Math.  The Swami was dynamic, austere and hardworking by nature. 

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