The entry to the ashram in Kainchi is at the boundary of the temple premises and just inside, about twenty-five meters away there is a big stone that Baba would often sit on, surrounded by devotees and other visitors. By the side of the stone, a big Uttis tree stood that had died.
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Nowadays people come to me and say, “Dada, shall we see Maharaji again in his body?” I say, “Look here, you may be having his darshan, but if I see him again I will say, ‘Do not come in that body anymore!’ He carried us in his arms for twenty years and what did we… Read more »
The variations in Maharaji’s use of the word “jao” were infinite – from a bellow (sometimes preceded by “Ap [you]!”) for the recalcitrant to a tender, “Jao, Ma…” as he gently patted a woman devotee bowing at his feet. Usually as devotees would come before him during the day, he would hand them a piece… Read more »
It is said that those who are dear to the one who is dear to you, become dear to you also. This is true, and we realized this in those early days when we gathered together as Babaji’s devotees. Babaji was a well-known saint, and he had a very large number of devotees who constituted… Read more »