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Those who have spoken on the basis of inner experiences, have sung of the same Panth or path for reaching the Lord. They, too, have composed similar hymns describing the bliss of the highest spiritual region, whose glory I also have sung, blessed by the grace and the dust of the holy feet of Sants". This includes the followers of Maharshi Mehi and his spiritual successors. Maharshi Mehi Paramhans and others closely associated with the Tulsi Sahib branch of Sant Mat have been in the cultural context of Hinduism what Pythagoreans, Sufis, Gnostics, Jewish and Christian Mystics have often been in relation to their prospective traditions: focusing on the esoteric passages contained in their scriptures and contemplative traditions of meditation practice.
They find mystic "jewels" or "gold" embedded in the "mud" of tradition.
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With many Sants of India this includes references to teachings about a Formless State or God beyond other gods-with-form nirguna bhakti , and a Yoga of Inner Light and Sound. Some in the west know about the Nada Bindu Upanishad and Hatha Yoga Pradipika with their references to inner Sound meditation, but there are many, many other texts as well.
Our One-And-Only Solid Clue Everyone in contemporary Sant Mat has a clear idea about their own recent history of masters, at least dating back a few generations. Tulsi Sahib is viewed as the adi-guru or founding guru, the "great grandfather" of modern-day Sant Mat.
The identity of Sant Tulsi Sahib's guru has understandably been of great interest to many students of Sant Mat history. It's quite normal for followers of a spiritual path to be curious about "the family tree" of previous masters, wanting to know where their spiritual path comes from. So, who was the guru of Tulsi Sahib? And who was that individual's guru?
Who was the guru before that? And so on. Some believe that Tulsi Sahib, the great Saint of Hathras, never mentioned the name of his guru in the writings of his that have survived. For them there is no answer to this question.
Tulsi's guru is simply unknown to history, period. In recent years I have established my own view and have come to believe that Tulsi did mention the name of his guru on numerous occasions.
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This name has been there the whole time. All we need do is notice it in the writings attributed to Tulsi Sahib. This name doesn't appear in the teachings of Sawan Singh, Kirpal Singh's guru. As far as I am aware, the name Ratnagar Rao was not mentioned by anyone in India or the Sant tradition prior to the time of Kirpal Singh. The name Ratnagar Rao in connection with Tulsi Sahib seems to first emerge during some of Kirpal Singh's satsang talks in the 's or early 60's.
In the late 60's and beyond, the name "Ratnagaro Rao" started to be included in the books and other publications of Kirpal Singh.
Respectfully, I disagree with this particular theory and, as you'll see below, I make the case for someone else -- a person known to history -- being the likely initiating guru of Param Sant Tulsi Sahib of Hathras.
There are a few apocryphal tales about Guru Gobind Singh faking his death, living a secret life perhaps under an assumed name, and appointing a successor guru according to several smaller branches of the Sikh religion.
The Namdhari Sikh sect is one of those. Ratnagar Rao is another version or variation of this. In Sikh legend there are several stories about Guru Gobind Singh surviving his assassination at Nanded and living a secret life unknown to his disciples from that point forward, in some accounts for a few years, and in others he is portrayed as living many decades to a super ripe old age of well over a century. For instance, the Namdhari version says Guru Gobind Singh violated the laws of physics and lived to be one hundred and forty six years old!
The specific details, dates, locations, and named spiritual successors vary from one account to another. Each of these is highly contested and disputed by historians. The Ratnagar Rao version goes like this: Guru Gobind Singh did not die on October 7th, , in Nanded, India after all, but allowing everyone to believe he had passed on, in reality, after his official funeral he lived a secret life incognito, traveling widely from the Himalayas in the north to the Deccan in southern India.
As the story goes, eventually the Tenth Sikh Guru acquired a student by the name of Ratnagar Rao or Ratanrav, and at some point made him his spiritual successor.
This Rao would have initiated a disciple by the name of Sham Rao or Shyamrav, at some point making him his spiritual successor. This Shyamrav came to be known as Tulsi Sahib, who eventually relocated to Hathras. So many "IF'S" have to be perfectly lined up in a row in order for this "Rao doctrine" to be so. And this is why, at every step, the main points of this belief are strongly disputed by Indian scholars. There's nothing particularly Sikh about Tulsi Sahib either. None of the icon images of Tulsi Sahib displayed at the various ashrams directly connected with his lineage in India and Nepal depict him as wearing a turban.
No turban. Though there is one section of Tulsi's Ghat Ramayan devoted to a dialogue with a Nanak Panthi with a few quotes from Guru Nanak, not found in the writings of Tulsi Sahib is any frequent usage of the Adi Granth, as one might expect if Tulsi viewed himself as being directly in the lineage of the Sikh Gurus.
And it should also be mentioned that there is no historic record of there ever being a Sant by the name of Ratnagar Rao living in any century of the past. No hymns bhajans composed by someone by that name exist.
There is no memory of an ashram associated with such a sage -- no old group claiming succession from anyone by that name. There is no evidence for a samadh tomb either -- none of the usual tell-tale signs of a holy man who would have been highly esteemed by at least some small group of devotees or satsangi initiates living in a remote, rural enclave of India.
None whatsoever. He holds that Guru Gobind Singh traveled far and wide and went to Poona in Maharashtra and brought in his fold many a member of the Peshwa family.
But this statement is not historically true. Guru Gobind Singh died in The same year Sahu, son of Shivaji, became king of Maharashtra and appointed Balaji Vishwanath as the first Peshwa in His research into this did not pan out but, perhaps was his noble attempt to sort through apocryphal tales and miracle-stories, desiring to address an obscure chapter of Indian history.
Not an easy thing to accomplish to be sure. Indian history is extremely complex. Even basic things such as birth and death dates of major figures like Kabir are very much disputed.
I tell you, I was going to write about Tulsi, a great Saint from the East. I could not find it. He was the eldest brother who was to succeed to the throne of the Hulkar family. He left the scene, became a recluse, and later on turned out to be a Saint.
And the second brother sat on the throne.
I tried to find out whether his name was Sham Rao Hulkar, but his name was also not given in history. What was I to do? I don't believe in a faith-based history to be accepted without question. Am reminded of this saying of Kirpal Singh: "Sant Mat does not ask for blind faith or acceptance on mere authority.
It is purely personal and practical.
Any belief not based on personal experience and verification of facts has little value. A perusal of their writings would give an idea of their spiritual attainments. This inclusion of the name Tulsi Sahib on his list is pregnant with meaning.
After all, we know that Tulsi Sahib was the guru of Soamiji Maharaj. Soamiji and his wife Radhaji were part of the Tulsi Sahib Satsang community, as were their families and extended families. Furthermore, after the death of Tulsi Sahib in , Soamiji became closely affiliated with a spiritual successor of Tulsi Sahib in the Tulsi Sahib community by the name of Maharaj Girdhari Sahib all the way up till his passing in August of , then a few months later Soamiji officially inaugurated his public satsang in Agra, during February of Here we find the same pattern of earlier gurus of Indian history being listed as the greatest of Sants along with one obscure, contemporary name that is "not like the others", thus revealing who Mehi's guru was: "Great praise to all the Saints!
In which manner will one pray to them? My mind is so very dirty and inexperienced, Saints being destroyers of sorrows do away with the worldly traps, They are the treasure-troves of knowledge and meditation, Highly proficient in the techniques of single-minded concentration and the Yoga of Sound, They propagate the same in plain language all over the world; Great are the Sages and Saints like Buddha, Shankar and Ramanand for eliminating sins, Sacrifice to the magnificent Saints like Kabir, Nanak, Goswami Tulsidas and Tulsi Sahib, Dadu, Sundar Das, Sur Das, Swapach, Ravi Das, Jagjivan, Paltu, etc It's the name of his guru.
Maharshi after receiving the practice from a true master was deeply satisfied. Maharshi continued practicing what Baba Devi Sahab had taught him. We were all marching ahead in darkness, not being acquainted with the inner secrets of Santmat. Guru Baba Sahib explained to us all about these secrets. He too had similar lists of all-time greatest Saints in the history of India. The name of that guru is Sant Dariya Sahib of Bihar.
What is the true Panth or path or religion? To what religion do you belong? They, too, have composed similar hymns describing the bliss of the highest spiritual region, whose glory I also have sung, blessed by the grace and the dust of the holy feet of Sants.
Their souls have got across and merged there. Kabir's name I mention again. He's answering the question: "To what religion do you belong? Tulsi has mentioned the name of Dariya Sahib many times in his various satsang discourses and hymns because that's the name of his spiritual master, or the founder of the school of Sant Mat he had been affiliated with.
These references to Sant Dariya in the writings of Tulsi Sahib are there for us to notice. In the same way, they give us the name of the Sant Mat community Tulsi Sahib had been associated with.
Tulsi was born in and passed on in He would have been in his teens when Dariya Sahib of Bihar was still alive -- old enough to have perhaps received initiation from Dariya Sahib of Bihar or one of his representatives, in other words. Dariya was a towering figure occupying some of that space in history between the time of Kabir and that of Sant Tulsi Sahib of Hathras.
Dariya passed on when Tulsi was around seventeen years of age. Bihar was, and remains, home-base of the Satsang of Sant Dariya Sahib. Puri, and V. Sethi, "Tulsi Sahib, Saint of Hathras", , RS Books, page 19 If Tulsi hadn't received initiation directly from Dariya by the age of seventeen, the references to Dariya Sahib in Tulsi's writings still make sense if he received initiation from one of Dariya's successors, which is another possibility.
Anyone initiated by those successors would likely have much reverence for Dariya Sahib, the "great master" of Sant Mat during those days. That ladder is continued through me, says Dariya. Whomsoever they appoint as their successors would also be known as ladders. Thus will my line of succession continue…. Those souls who remain in obedience to these successors, shall cross the Ocean of the world. Kindly relate it to us in your own words, asks Fakkar Das.
But when it is mixed with outer rituals and display of external garbs, My Sound Current will part company. My Divine essence will depart, And the souls will go into the mouth of Kal.
I shall then come to this world, And shall proclaim the teaching of the Sound Current again. Proclaiming the teaching, I shall found the line of succession [again].
And emancipating the souls, I shall take them to my Abode…. For aeons I have been coming, And imparting the teaching of the true Sound Current.
Indeed, the composition style and vocabulary of Dariya seems very close to the Anurag Sagar. Also it should be stressed that, though the book known as the Anurag Sagar is popular in various branches of Sant Mat these days, historically, this text has its origins with the Dharam Das branch of Kabir Panth, and was only used by them.
Anurag Sagar is a Dharamdasi sacred text. Both Dariya Sahib of Bihar and Tulsi Sahib of Hathras also known as Dakhani Baba, meaning, "Saint from the South" , became mystical hardcore reformist voices somewhat critical of the overall direction the older Sant panths were headed in.
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In my view, the teachings of Tulsi Sahib most resemble those of Dariya Sahib, to the degree that, based on a close examination of the internal evidence provided in the writings of Tulsi Sahib: theology, vocabulary, style, imagery, quoted materials including the Anurag Sagar an obscure Dharamdasi scripture , stance towards the mainline Kabir Panthis and other Sant panths, that the primary influence upon Tulsi was Dariya Sahib and the "Dariya School of Sant Mat.
Even for the popular usage of the term Sant Mat we have to thank Tulsi Sahib. Soamiji was one. Tulsi Sahib, his predecessor, argues sharply with panthi characters in his Ghat Ramayana. Earlier, in Bihar, Dariya Sahib was taken as an incarnation of Kabir, come again, to spread the true teaching on seeing the degeneration of his panth.
He is believed to be the incarnation of Kabir, who affirmed this to his mother when he was one month old, and it was Kabir who christened him as Dariya. At the age of 20, he acquired higher spiritual knowledge and at 30, he set up his congregation. Being a Muslim by birth, a large number of his followers even today offer prayers in the Muslim style His major works are Dariya Sagar and Gyan Deepak.
He declared that his goal was Sattpad HAQ , which is far beyond the pale of the Koran, the Vedas, and above the three lokas viz.The next year was spent in studying the Dasam Granth — the scriptures compiled by the last of the Sikh Gurus. Sant Tulsi Sahab keeps an eminent position in the Santmat Dynasty of the recent era.
The complete preface facts and analysis done by Maharshi Mehi to prove the truth about Ghat Ramayan and Sant Tulsi Sahab will be uploaded as soon as the translation work reaches towards completion.
Also See Radhasoami Books at Scribd. During his extensive travels, he met and lived with the ruling family of the Peshwas and initiated some of its members into the inner Science. The boy would get up long before daybreak, have his bath, read the scriptures and sit for meditation. So many "IF'S" have to be perfectly lined up in a row in order for this "Rao doctrine" to be so.