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Swami Anand Ji Maharaja is the guru of Kularnava Tantra. He was born on the day of Asun Krishan Paksha Dwadashi. His disciples affectionately call him as Bab Sahib. He started his search for spiritual education at a very young age and later on he spread the knowledge among the common people.
As a part of his search for spiritualism, he decided to remain a bachelor throughout his spiritual life. He was residing in Pt. Deena Nath Dullu's house for almost twelve years and he shifted to an exotic holy place nearly 25 kms from Srinagar, named Khir Bhagwani, in a later period. He started staying in Shri Gwash Ram's small house, facing the goddess 'Raginya' and the spring temple, in Khir Bhagwani.
There is a famous quote of Bab Sahib that he always used to utter while blessing all his devotees and the phrase is "let Almighty bloom fortune". However, though Swami Anand Ji Maharaj had developed kidney trouble in the year of in 1983, he never seemed to be worried about his disease and he died on 17th July 1983.
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