A message of hope from 1983.

Updated: May 10




"Courage is the most important thing... Wake up yourselves and others". ...


Who Is Babaji?

According to "The Teachings of Babaji," Haidakhan Babaji "appeared" in June 1970 in a cave at the foot of the Kumaon Mount Kailash, across the river Gautama Ganga, near a remote village called Hairakhan, in the Nainital District of Uttrakhand, India. His followers maintain that Haidakhan Babaji is a Mahavatar – "a human manifestation of God, not born from woman."

It is reported that starting in late September 1970 Haidakhan Babaji spent forty-five days meditating in a small temple on the top of the Kumaon Mount Kailash "without leaving his seat." In September 1971, Haidakhan Babaji, in a sworn testimony, convinced the judge of the court in Haldwani that he was the "Old Hariakhan Baba,” thought to be active in that region in the years 1860–1922, and that he had the right to use the ashrams in Kathgaria and Haidakhan. In 1971 Haidakhan Babaji started travelling across India, proclaiming his Message, performing sacred ceremonies, such as yagna, and attracting more devotees. This included celebrities, such as Shammi Kapoor,[ and gradually more Westerners.

Though some of his followers believed he was immortal, Haidakhan Babaji took Mahasamadhi on 14 February 1984, local sources would say it appeared to be a heart failure. He was buried in Haidakhan Ashram. This is how Babaji foretold and explained his death:

My body is meant to dry up one day. This body is nothing; it is here only to serve people. Even my own body has come only to perform a duty to serve all human and all living things.



  • Courage is the most important thing... Wake up yourselves and others. ...

  • Nothing can be achieved without knowledge and yet everything can be achieved just through a pure heart. Haidakhan Babaji. ...

  • Be a dynamo of irrepressible joy! Haidakhan Babaji. ...

  • Awake! Arise!



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