Wearing 20 kg 11 thousand Rudraksh around the neck, named Rudraksh Baba

Rudraksha Baba's real name from Haryana is Ajay Giri,

Rudraksha Baba’s real name from Haryana is Ajay Giri,

Haridwar Kumbh 2021: Rudraksh Baba is the Naga Baba of Niranjani Akhara. The real name of Rudraksha Baba who came from Haryana is Ajay Giri, but people have started to know 11,000 Rudraksh wearing Ajay Giri by the name of Rudraksha Baba.

Pulkit Shukla.

Haridwar. In Haridwar Mahakumbh these days, the saints have gathered, the unique and special sages from far and wide reach Mahatma Haridwar and are filling new colors in the Kumbh Mela. Today one such special baba is telling about Rudraksh Baba. Rudraksha Baba carries 11 thousand Rudrakshas. On seeing such a large number of sadhus wearing Rudraksha, everyone comes to seek blessings from them. The special thing is that the weight of these beads of Rudraksha is about 20 kg but Rudraksha Baba considers it as part of Shiva and he has no difficulty in wearing it.

In the Kumbh Mela area of ​​Haridwar, these days, there are camps of sadhu mahatmas at different places. Sage-Mahatma Kumbh, who has come from all over the country, is camping in Haridwar. Some people have become a subject of discussion due to their special saddles and some due to their height. Rudraksh Baba is the Naga Baba of Niranjani Arena like this. The real name of Rudraksha Baba who came from Haryana is Ajay Giri, but people have started to know 11 thousand Rudraksh wearing Ajay Giri by the name of Rudraksha Baba. Rudraksh Baba says that this Rudraksha is the form of Lord Shiva, the real God for him. Wearing these 11 thousand Rudraksh, he has been involved in many Kumbh Melas. When they sit on a fumigation wearing Rudraksha, they feel a different joy.

Dayal Das wearing 103 garlandsRudraksha Baba is not alone in the Kumbh Mela with garlands and beads, Baba Dayal Das of Niravani Arena of Bairag sect also maintains similar costumes. Baba Dayaldas, who arrived at Haridwar Kumbh Mela from Rajasthan, always holds 103 garlands. These garlands are made of different beads. Dayal Das says that he has received these garlands as a Prasad form from the great saints of the country, which he is conducting as a ritual. After receiving the garland from a total of 108 great men, they will perform a special yagya. Dayaldas says that he has been engaged in this ritual for the last 36 years and has participated in many Kumbh Melas. The great event of faith and culture, Kumbh Mela continues these days in Haridwar, where bathing the Ganges during the Kumbh Mela provides freedom from sins and sufferings, while also getting a chance to know the mysterious world of unique saints and saints from abroad. Get.




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