Neem Karoli Baba or neeb karori baba also known to followers as Maharaj-Ji was a Hindu Guru, mystic and devotee of the Hindu deity Hanuman. A number of Americans called him ‘Guru’ who travelled to India in the 1960s and 1970s.
Neem Karoli baba ashram kainchi, Vrindavan, Rishikesh, and Shimla, Nib Karori village near Khimasepur in Farrukhabad, Bhumiadhar, Hanuman Gadi, Lucknow, and Delhi in India and in Taos, New Mexico, USA.
Maharaj-ji’s teachings were simple and universal. He often said, “Sub Ek”, “love everyone, remember god, and tell the truth.” He strongly connected to hanuman, Maharaj- Ji “taught” in a highly personalized that the deep devotion of the bhakti path of the heart.
In north India, His devotees also known as the “Miracle Baba”, he manifested many siddhis, such as being in two places at once or putting devotees in Samadhi at the touch of a finger.
Maharaj-ji love unconditionally to all who came into his presence and those who never met him in the body but established a connection to him beyond the physical plane.
Steve Jobs Advised Mark Zuckerberg to Visit temple Kainchi Dham
Kainchi dham is a small temple. It is situated on the banks of kosi, a river in the kumaon region of uttarakhand.
During the last week’s townhall meet, Mark Zuckerberg told Prime Minister Narendra modi that Steve jobs had recommended that he visit neem Karoli baba’s Ashram in kainchi.
Zuckerberg visited the ashram at a time when his facebook were going through a tough time. He had arrived here with a book and he was supposed stay here for one day but he spent two days.
Apple founder Steve jobs and his friend Dan kottke visited the ashram to meet neem Karoli baba. He, however, could not meet baba who had died before his arrival.
Hollywood actress Julia Roberts is also said that she also be influenced by neeb karori baba and was drawn to Hinduism because of him.
A lot of foreigners visit the ashram. Spiritual leader’s Ma Jaya; Ram Dass, Musician’s Jai Uttal and Krishna Das, Humanitarian Larry Brilliant, Scholar and Writer Yvette Rosser and Daniel Goleman are among his devotees.