Ajaib Singh

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Ajaib Singh
Sant Ajaib Singh Ji.jpg
Born 11 September 1926
Maina, Bathinda district, Punjab, British India
Died 6 July 1997
Known for Satguru of Surat Shabd Yoga

Ajaib Singh (11 September 1926 – 6 July 1997) known to his disciples as Sant Ji was born on 11 September 1926 in Maina, Bhatinda district, Punjab, India. His followers consider him to be a sant of Surat Shabd Yoga. His Guru, Kirpal Singh of Delhi, was a disciple of Sawan Singh. Ajaib Singh said he too met Sawan Singh before receiving the initiation from Kirpal Singh.[1]

Ajaib Singh died a few days before leaving on a Tour of Conferences in the West with everything already reserved in 1997. [2]


Sant Ajaib and his successor Sirio Carrapa in Ribolla

His known successors are Sirio Carrapa[3] and Sadhu Ram.


  1. ^ http://www.santji.allegre.ca/lifesj/lifesj.html
  2. ^ Ruhani Satsang Europe (1997). "THE TOUR OF AJAIB SINGH CANCELLED FOR HIS DEATH" (PDF). 
  3. ^ See Cesnur, the Italian center of religious studies. See also the book Il Cammino Verso L'Illuminazione published by M.I.R. Edizioni. ISBN 88-88282-55-6

Further reading[edit]

  • Singh, Ajaib Streams In The Desert Tilton, NH ISBN 0-89142-038-X
  • Singh, Ajaib In the Palace of Love
  • Singh, Ajaib The Jewel of Happiness
  • Singh, Ajaib The Two Ways

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