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Life History of Our Prabhu Ji

Introduction of Prabhu Ji – Life Sketch

Our respected Prabhu ji was born on 10th August 1958 at Kotwa Kote, Dhokri  estate  in Allahabad . His father Lal Mahendra Pratap Singh has left for heavenly abode and his mother  Smt . Lal Moti Devi and his wife Smt. Sandhya Singh are showering their bleassings on all of us.
There have been many instances which prove that he been blessed with the divine powers and has the blessing of Lord Shiva. From his childhood itself whatever he would spell out of his mouth resulted in a miracle, for which people starting believing in him strongly. Once he picked up a cobra in his hand when he was quite young, and at the age of two and a half a bull chased him  but he stopped running and lay down on the street,  seeing this the bull immediately stopped. The bull come very near Prabhu ji but did not harm him. The crowd gathered but the bull changed its way and went away. Many such instances proved that there was something special in him from the very childhood. Thereafter he was lifted up by his mother.

The turning point that changed his life was when a man came with his dumb son. He requested Prabhu Ji to bless the child. After a few denials (as Prabhu ji till then himself was not aware of his divine power) Prabhu ji blessed the child and the child spoke out to his father, “where have we come? come let us get home”. Prabhu ji himself could not believe what had happened. After this incident Prabhu ji meditated and realized that he had been blessed by Lord Shiva. Form that day, he has dedicated his life for the service of mankind and today crores of people are being benefited.

Valuable Teachings of Prabhu Ji

It has rightly been said that without a ‘Saint’ or ‘Guru’ in life, the life of an Individual does not get the correct direction or the right way of living. It is only the guru who makes our path easy and guides us every time when heavy dark clouds of darkness surround us and  when everything seems impossible. It is believed that one who gets the right guru gets the most precious gift in life.

For the service of mankind, to established a society full of values, to relief people of their problems and pains and to comfort the people by the words, Lord Shiva has best owed his blessings on our revered Guru ji.


Here the seeds of ‘Om Namah Shivay’ are sown, whose tree laden with fruits will take time to reap but the fruits will grow ripe and sweet. In this Organization small children are taught the lesson of devotion and dedication towards God (Bhakti)and they are also told that those who pray to God, will be free from all sins of their previous birth and will be immortal, as a devotee never dies. Parents should remember what lesson they should give to their children if they pray to God in front of their children they would definitely ask them whom are they worshiping. Thereafter, the child will ask who is God. Then parents will tell them that, if they worship Lord Shiva, there will be no problems & miseries in life and one day the child will become great and so great that the whole world would bow before him. The child will have the curiosity to know what would happen if we do not worship Lord Shiva. The answer to this question will be if we do not worship Lord Shiva, one would have to face a lot of complexities in life. He may have to face poverty and insult and may never be happy in his life. These reasons are enough to make a child scared from adopting a wrong path.

Importance of turban

All are free to join this Organisation. There are lakhs of people who have been coming here since the last 35 years and been cured form innumerable diseases. These followers have volunteered for selfless service to mankind. They are offering their service with full devotion for the upbringing of this Organisation. Not only the  male devotees but the family, youth as well as children are doing their services well. Our respected Prabhuji  bestows his blessings on these volunteers by tying Turban on their heads. It is a kind of crown which is being given to them for their selfless devotion.

Guru – A Living Embodiment of Truth

Guru Poornima,
The word ‘Guru’ in Sanskrit means ‘dispeller of darkness’ It is the Guru that dispels the darkness of ignorance and leads the aspirants on the path to enlightenment. The day of Guru Poornima is traditionally the time when seekers offer the Guru their gratitude and receive His blessings.
The Auspicious festival of Guru Poornima is celebrated in Allahabad every year. The holy venue gets even more breezy and joyous as Our Param Pujya Gurudev Bhagwan Ji reaches there. The entire premises gets filled with thousands of devotees, gathered from different parts of the world, all standing anxiously and holding flowers and garlands to welcome their most loved and respected Prabhu ji.

Param Pujya Gurudev Bhagwan Ji is given a warm welcome through a welcome song (Swagat Geet), thereafter the grand aarti of Prabhu ji is performed, followed by Bhog; mythological plays and dance forms are gracefully performed by the children of the Ashram. The entire day’s celebration ends with a beautiful note wherein Prabhu ji calls everyone on stage and meet all the devotees one by one with the mesmerizing charismatic smile on his face; He accepts flowers and garlands(only) from everyone and in return gives us blessings.

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Om Namah Shivay – the most miraculous mantra is the most ancient Hindu mantra. It comes from the Rig Veda. The Vedic collection of sacred hymns.