In another instance a person who was threatened to be imprisoned went to Jalaram for his blessings. The guest saint blessed Jalaram and gave him the idols of Sri Rama, Lakshman and Sita and told him that he should offer worships to the idols daily. He got married when he was 16 years of age. He is my dearest devotee. But after walking some miles and reaching a nearby forest, the saint asked Virbai to wait for him. In their lives they always give – even when they are gone they still give to those who ask from them with purity of heart and sincerity of purpose.
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A mother of three sons and three daughter’s, she was content in her family life and used to find free time to do her religous duties to sadhus’ and sants’. By Martin Palmer, Nigel Palmer.
The sadhu asked her to wait there for some time and said he had a little work to attend to and would come back soon. There is also an actual black and white photo of Jalaram Bapa, taken one year before his death.
The temple is one jalaraam a kind in the world in a way that it has not been accepting any offerings since 9 February Jalaram was doing the daily worship of the idols till his very last day, with the deepest devotion. He said” I do not want your food.
But here his charitable deeds continued as ever. This Danda and Jholi are still at Virpur and kept on display in a glass enclosure. Jalaram’s uncle Valji, who had no children, had always loved Jalaram. Jalaram Bapa and Jwlaram had a daughter named Jamnaben from their marriage. Your husband Jalaram is matchless in his charity; he excels even Sibi and Karna. Retrieved from ” https: He was fortunate that Virbaima was keen to follow her husband Jalaram. That is your worship to me.
Jalaram Bapa – Wikipedia
His wife’s name was Virbai. With blessings of his guru, he started “Sadavrat”, a feeding center, a place jalaraam all sadhus and saints as well as the needy could have food any time. Jalaram Bapa was however not willing to live an householder’s life and continued to take care of his fathers business. There are numerous such instances that can be quoted from his books but fact is that his feeding place was open and is still open today in Virpur jqlaram people go and are fed.
She was following Jalaram in every respect. Jalaram stood the test of time, wavered. Jalaram was then onwards addressed as Bapa – Father of all. The shrine is actually the house complex where Jalaram lived during his lifetime.
He fell at Jalaram Bapa ‘s feet and addressed him as Bapa. Parents of this child believed that the cure was solely due to Jalaram Bapa’s blessings – Jala was since called Allah. Girota —page: Go back to your husband, install my Danda and Jholi in your Ashram, and worship them. To her, Jalaram’s work was her work, Jalaram’s wishes were her wishes and all that Jalaram decided to do she was but prepared to do that.
Once a tailor named Haraji, who was suffering from severe stomach-ache came to him to get himself jalaaram. At the age of 18, soon after returning from pilgrimage to Hindu holy places, Jalaram Bapa became the disciple of Bhoja Bhagat of Fatehpurwho accepted him as his disciple.
Even today in the Jalaram Ashram at Virpur, thousands and thousands of people are fed daily. People go to Jalaram Bapa’s places for prayers to him and seek his blessings for their personal bapq, shortcomings and failures and many acquire relief and satisfaction.
Retrieved 12 January This tradition of feeding people continues to this day in Virpur. In their lives they always give – even when they are gone they still give to those who ask from them with purity of heart and sincerity of purpose. He also visited Fatehpur and took Diksha from one saint named Bhojalram. Jalaram had one daughter.