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Radhasoami Satsang Beas

Radhasoami Satsang Beas Founding Place Radhasoami Satsang, is a religious organization founded by Shiv Dayal Singh in 1861 on V/Basant Panchami day in Agra. The main centre of RSSB is at Dera Baba Jaimal Singh, located on the banks of the Beas River, in the northern India state of Punjab.
Name Meaning Radha Soami is a Hindi expression meaning "Lord of the Soul".Radha means soul and Soami refers to True God or One God. God is swami of all souls as all souls are created by Him. Satsang   means 'association with Truth' and describes a group that seeks truth. And Beas refers to the town near which the main centre is located in northern India. According to Mark Juergensmeyer, the term "Radhasoami" is a vaishnava phrase for God (lit. "the lord [Swami or Soami] of Radha, the concert of Krishna") despite the movement does not believe in an anthropomorphic God; however, so the term "Radhasoami" mean the master of spiritual energy. Whereas the Agra br…

Shri Sai Baba

Shri Sai Baba[1] Life: No information about parents, He was not a native of Shirdi (Kopargaon taluqua of the Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra state) Came to Shridi at the age of sixteen No house, spent time under a margosa tree now called Gode neem (sweet Margosa). He was unwilling to reveal his name. He lived there for three years and disappeared.
After a year reappeared. Now twenty years of age. Mahalspati, priest of Khandoba saw him (looked like a fakir) and welcomed him as Sai. That has become his name.
He spoke only when questioned Meager clothing Lived in a dilapidated Masjid, kept small fire burning continuously, begged for food in ht village,distributed to poor. He was fond of light. Asked oil from a shop keepers.One day refused to give oil, he burned lamp with water, Miracle!
Then on people flocked to the Masjid to have his darshan.
In 1886 he took Samadhi for 70 hours Healed many diseases Thus Shridi became place where god lived.
One day he declared Mai Allah un ( I am God) From about 1910…

Sathya Sai Baba

Sathya Sai Baba Much charisma, and many converts He is called God He claims, that he is the reincarnation of Shridi. And Shridi was an incarnation of Shiva.
Sathya Sai Baba: Born 23rd November, 1926 at Puttaparti His real name was Sathyanarayan Raju A bright student (drama, music, poetry and acting) Went to high school at Uravakond
1940 March eight at Uravakond, a strange experience took place. He was stung by a black scorpion. Next evening he became unconscious. The following morning his behavior changed
He was up-normal. Parents thought that he was possessed by evil spirit. They took him to exorcists. Because of the torture of the exorcists they took him back home.
May 23rd, 1940 he took from the air sugar candy and flowers and distributed those present (family members) His siddhies spread.Father became furious. But Baba said “I am Sai Baba…I have come to ward off your troubles, keep your house pure and clean”.
He made more claims- spirit of Shiridi had come into him.
With wave of hands got photograp…

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sang

RSS Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sang RSS was established on September 27, 1925 on Vijayadashmi day, at Nagpur by a few young men. It was to infuse patriotism in the youth and to instill discipline through physical training and patriotic exhortations.
Dr. Keshav Baliram Hedgewar He was born on April 1, 1889. From Telangana, Brahmin family in Andhra Pradesh. His great grandfather was in Nagpur. Because of early difficulties in the family Keshav was sent to school in Nagpur. In 1909 he passed matriculation from Poona. In 1910 he joined national medical college at Calcutta and completed medical course in 1914. Then returned to Nagpur. He was always a revolutionary. In the 1920, December Congress session in Nagpur, he and few others pressed for complete independence and cow-protection. In 1921, August 19 he was in imprisoned for one year on sedition charges.
He came out from the jail on the 12th July 1922. This was the time the World War I (1914- 1918) was over. The Kilafat movement[1] failed. There were…