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Ānandavanabhūvanī is one of the most important compositions of Samartha Rāmadāsa Swāmi. He wrote this in his last years on earth. He envisions/dreams/sees a Hindu society and how it should be after Aurangzeb and other Mlechhas are eliminated from this good earth. It is a long poem. It is basically the interpretation or understanding or experience of what and how a Rāmarājya truly is after the bhagavat-vachan of “परित्राणाय साधुनाम् ....... संभावामि युगे युगे” fructifies in a society. It is most interesting to observe that the experience of a rāmarājya by a realised and enlightened Sadguru like Rāmadās swāmi is so different and heart warming than the Ganga-jamuni dhimmi crap peddled by Gandhi et al. Swāmi is openly dreaming of ridding the earth of mlechhas and armies venturing out in all directions etc. This composition gives an excellent view on how a truly Hindu mind uncluttered by Macaulay or Persian domination imagines rāmarājya.