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Swami Nand Lal Ji came from a wealthy family and his family members were staunch devotees of the Goddess Jagadamba Shakira Devi. He lost his mother at a young age and he was brought up by his stepmother. His stepmother became the first guru of Swami Nand Lal Ji.
He was an intelligent and learned person and he commanded a lot of respect from his companions. In a search for spiritual education and also to know about the ancient Indian philosophies, Swami Nand Lal Ji left his parental house, at a very young age of merely 17 or 18 years. He went to Varanasi
and took the discipleship of H.H. Swami Lal Ji. He learnt a number of Yogas and Sadhana from his guru and Swami Nand Lalji was also very fond of nature and Sufiana music.
After completing learning the Yogas and also becoming a well learned person in Indian spiritualism and Indian philosophies. He founded his own ashram for disseminating his thoughts and knowledge. His ashram was always open to all and the ashram also offered free food to the visitors. Swami Nand Lal Ji was very strict of not accepting any type of financial help from anybody. He also never used his magical powers for impressing others and there are a large number of stories about the miracle that he performed throughout his life. He died in New Delhi
in 1966 in the month of January.
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