YOGA

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How ‘Sab Ko Dua Dena’ was created August 17, 2012


See comment at the bottom: Shri Mataji and Gagangiri Maharaj meeting

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Jai shri mataji/Jai Gagangiri mahraj

I would like to share a finding about Shri Mataji and Shri Gagangiri Mahraj. We all know Shri Mataji went to Gaganbawda (Kolhapur) to meet Gagangiri Mahraj but not many are aware and accept this apart from Sahaja Yogis who can find out from the Divine Vibrations and believe in Mother. With permission of the Divine Vibrations, I went to Babaji’s ashram to find out more.

What drew me to this finding was that my mother’s faith in Babaji has been very strong since the last ten years and many a times I would accompany her and do Sahaja Meditation in the Gagangiri Mahraj’s ashram. I had a chance to meet many interesting yogis and seekers in the ashram and often questioned them about Shri Mataji and the divine encounter with Gagangiri Mahraj but all the answers were to my dismay. I asked many yogis in Babaji’s ashram about Shri Mataji but no one seemed to know about Shri Mataji.

Finally, I decided to go Gaganbawda, Kolhapur where Shri Mataji went to meet Gagangiri Mahraj. There also I met yogis and seekers and enquired about the Divine meeting but again to my disappointment nobody knew about it. With prayers offered to Shri Mataji and Gagangiri Mahraj for some indication from Gagangiri Mahraj about this meeting, I found a book called ‘Gagangad Uvvach’ written by Madhukar Thakur. The author of this book was a close disciple of Gagangiri Mahraj.

During a visit to the Kumbh Mela with Gagangiri Mahraj, the author of this book prayed that he can get blessings from the Mahayogis or Maha Siddhas who are more than 1000 years old and are meditating in Mount Abu, Rajasthan. He expressed his interest to his Guru, Gagangiri Mahraj.

Gagangiri Mahraj asked him to take blessings from Shri Mataji in Delhi and then to continue his pilgrimage to Mount Abu. When Madhukar Thakur reached Sahaja Yoga camp Shri Mataji said to him that She already knew Gagangiri Maharaj had sent him there, and She gifted him some money. Although, Madhukar Thakur refused the money She insisted that he should keep it with him.

On reaching Delhi station, he realised his money was exhausted and that Shri Mataji knew about this and he continued his pilgrimage to Mount Abu with the money Shri Mataji Gifted him.

After returning with blessings and a pilgrimage to Delhi and Mount Abu he wrote the beautiful, poetic Aarti ‘Sab Ko Dua Dena’ of Shri Mataji. The poet has camouflaged his name in last line of the Aarti “Jab dil mein aye tab ‘madhu’ sangeet sun lo”.

With happiness and love I share this finding with you and as always Shri Mataji showers us with Her blessings.

Jai Shri Mataji/ Jai Gagangiri Maharaj

Sahaja Yogi
Pravish

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8 Responses to “How ‘Sab Ko Dua Dena’ was created”

  1. m sant Says:

    Jai Shri Mataji,
    Indebted! such a wonderful piece of info

  2. Sahaja yogi Says:

    wow! great finding! Jai Shri Mataji!

  3. m s rao Says:

    Jai Shri Mataji,
    very nice to know the origin and we have to appreciate the wide vision of the writer in seeking blessings to one and all.
    m s rao

  4. Sunil Bhovad Says:

    Good to know about this

  5. Narinder Kumar Pushkarna Says:

    Really appreciate the writer’s finding.Thanx a lot.

  6. Ana Oproiu Says:

    Thank you for sharing!

  7. kishore shahdadpuri Says:

    Thank you !Jai shri Mataji,

  8. Sudhir R Shimpi Says:

    Jai Shree MataJi !!!
    Nice to Learn about the composer of Sab Ko Dua Dena,
    We request Shree MataJi to Bless us like Madhukar Ji Thakur…..
    We pray you from our Heart and seek your blessings to make our entire coming generations to be SahajYogis,,,,
    Jai Shree MataJi !!!!!!!!!


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