Ajaib Singh

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Ajaib Singh
Sant Ajaib Singh Ji.jpg
Born 11 September 1926
Maina, Bathinda district, Punjab, British India
Died 6 July 1997
Known for Satguru of Surat Shabd Yoga

Sant Ajaib Singh, known to his disciples as "Sant Ji" was born on 11 September 1926, in Maina, Bhatinda district, Punjab, India.[citation needed]

During his satsangs, Singh would talk about how he first met with Sawan Singh, and the impact that Sawan Singh had on his life.[citation needed]

Singh also discussed His first meeting with Kirpal Singh, and the orders he received regarding leaving his worldly possessions behind (including his large ashram) and being directed to meditate in an underground room.[citation needed]

Singh was instrumental in the 1982 English language publication of Kabir's story of Creation, entitled The Anurag Sagar or Ocean of Love. He oversaw both the translation and footnoting of the Sagar.[citation needed]

A disciple claimed that during a Satsang at SKA, India, February 1997, Singh told a group of his western disciples "I will not be seeing any of you anymore".[1][full citation needed]

Ajaib Singh died on 6 July 1997.[2]


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