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A proud heritage

We, at Shri Ramashram Satsang, believe that uniqueness of the Gurus does not lie in the fact that Divinity allowed human messengers to announce His word but Divinity lay in the specificity of the message they carried.

We believe that every soul (atmaan) is in a perennial journey to merge with the ultimate (parmatma). However, the human soul has to achieve the state of “purna purush”, that is a state of redemptive realization. A select few of the purna purush go on to become brahma purush, those who can guide others and lead them to the Parmatma.
A select coterie of brahma purush, with scores of devoted followers, who believed in the path of Sant Mat are proudly the part of the heritage of Ramashram.

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Lalaji Maharaj (Mahatma Ram Chandra ji Maharaj)

Brij Mohan Lal

(02/02/1873 – 14/08/1931)

Param Sant Mahatma Ram Chandra ji Maharaj was a complete yogi, a complete guru and a complete brahm veta. Prior to Mahatmaji, the knowledge of the powerful concept of chakra-bhedan had almost got extinct. This secret kernel of truth was guarded fiercely by those privileged few who had intimations of this knowledge. Most of them either did not want to propagate it or disclosed it to only a few handpicked ones. In the Naqshbandia Khandaan of the Sufis, this knowledge was being passed on from heart to heart. However, because of religious divides and societal disapproval, neither could the Hindu be a willing disciple of a Sufi, nor could a Sufi saint happily transfer this knowledge to the Hindus.

This reality veiled in secrecy was unfolded by Shri Ramchandra ji Maharaj who refused to be deterred by social and religious prejudices and attained the knowledge of chakra-bhedan from Param Pujya Sadguru Maulana Fazal Ahmad Khan Saheb. After perfecting the art of the chakra-bhedan vidya, he simplified the very strict rules and demanding lifestyle required for learning the adhyatma vidya (spiritual knowledge) to be accessed by the layman.

Chachaji Maharaj (Mahatma Raghubar Dayal Ji Maharaj)

Raghubar Dayal Ji

(07/10/1875 - 07/06/1947)

Param Sant Mahatma Raghubar Dayal Ji Maharaj was the beloved younger brother of Lalaji Maharaj initiated into the faith through his guidance. Chachaji Maharaj was also a disciple of Maulvi Fazal Ahmad Khan Saheb. Incidentally, on his death bed, Maulvi Fazal Ahmad Khan had told Chachaji Maharaj to place Lalaji in his stead after him, eliciting the same deference and regard in which he held Maulvi Saheb.

Paying heed to the words of his Guru, Chachaji Maharaj turned into a devotee of Pujya Lalaji Maharaj. Indeed so deep was the attachment that Lalaji Maharaj insisted that there is absolutely no difference between “Nanhe and me”. (Lalaji Maharaj used to call Chachaji Maharaj Nanhe lovingly). He used to reinstate “Me and Nanhe are two sides of the same coin. On one side you’ll find me while on the other you’ll find Nanhe.” After the demise of Lalaji Maharaj, Pujya Chachaji Maharaj carried his mission forward imparting spiritual knowledge to all that came into the fold of Sant Mat. He later settled in Kanpur and continued to work for the upliftment of the needy.

Tauji Maharaj (Param Pujya Sri Krishna Lal Bhatnagar ji Maharaj)

Shri Krishna Lal Ji

(15/10/1894 – 18/05/1970)

Param Sant Mahatma Shri Krishna Lal Bhatnagar ji Maharaj was one of the most stridently devoted disciples of Pujya Lalaji Maharaj. He established Ramashram Satsang of Sikandrabad in 1939 to propagate the message of his beloved gurudev. The love and purity in thought and action that he demonstrated attracted many followers, whom he imparted spiritual knowledge and welcomed into his world. He attained nirvana in 1970 while doing the work of his Guru.

Babuji Maharaj (Param Pujya Shyam Lal Saxena ji Maharaj)

Shyam Lal Saxena Ji

(01/01/1901 – 29/12/1987)

Param Pujya Shri Shyam Lal Saxena ji Maharaj, popularly and lovingly known as Pujya Babuji Maharaj among his disciples, was born at the dawn of the 20th century. Babuji Maharaj was the youngest disciple of Param Pujya Lalaji Maharaj. After the demise of Pujya Lalaji Maharaj in 1931, Babuji Maharaj worked tirelessly and meticulously to spread the message of his gurudev in the northern and central part of India. He established Shri Ramashram Satsang of Ghaziabad in 1963 to propagate the faith.

Bade Bhaiyya Ji (Pujya Dr. R. K. Saxena)

R K Saxena Ji

(03/07/1931 – 09/02/2002)

Dr. R. K. Saxena, Seth Bhaisahab was the eldest son of Param Pujya Babuji Maharaj. He, along with his younger brother Dr. V. K. Saxena, was declared the Acharya of Shri Ramashram Satsang by Param Pujya Babuji Maharaj in 1981. From that day till his nirvan in Feb 2002, he made it the objective of his life to uphold the ideals of the Satsang and further propagate the essence of the faith of Babuji Maharaj. Read More...

Chhote Bhaiyya ji (Pujya Dr. V. K. Saxena), Present Head

V K Saxena Ji

(23/08/1933 - Present)

Dr. V. K. Saxena, (Dinnu Bhaisahab) is the second eldest son of Param Pujya Babuji Maharaj and was declared the Acharya of Ramashram Satsang by Param Pujya Babuji Maharaj in 1981. During the lifetime of Pujya Seth Bhaisahab, he worked in close association with him to extend the domain of followers of the faith of Pujya Babuji Maharaj, which he continued even more diligently after the demise of his brother. He constructed “Devasthali Ashram” in Lucknow which hosts the weekly and annual satsang activities. He has also published numerous spiritual literature, making Sant Mat comprehensible and accessible, a list of which is given on this website. Read More...