Babaji, as he is referred to, is discussed in the book Hariakhan Baba: Known and Unknown by Baba Hari Dass. Several additional accounts were also written about his guru by an Indian holy man named Mahendra Baba—a long term disciple, who identified him as being the same person as Mahavatar Babaji, the immortal master who initiated Lahiri Mahasaya into Kriya Yoga in 1861.
Roy Eugene Davis, a direct personal disciple of Paramahansa Yogananda and former minister of the Self-Realization Fellowship Phoenix Temple, professed a similar belief in his book Life Surrendered in God: The Philosophy and Practices of Kriya Yoga by recounting Baba Haridass' story of Hariakhan Baba as recorded in Hariakhan Baba: Known and Unknown and including a full-page photograph of Hariakhan Baba, lifted from the same book, with the label "Mahavatar Babaji."
- Mahavatar Babaji - Hariakhan Baba was identified as the same as Mahavatar Babaji by Mahendra Baba
- Haidakhan Babaji - a teacher who appeared in northern India and taught publicly from 1970 to 1984
- About Babaji from Hariakhan
- Mahavatar Babaji, Chapter 33 of Paramhansa Yogananda's Autobiography of a Yogi.
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