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 that He too had 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]


Successorship[edit]

Sant Ji's views of successorship was very simple and direct. He said, if you should meet someone who has meditated like Master made me meditate, happily you can take advantage of them. Otherwise, do not follow the false one. Do not waste your life.

References[edit]

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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