Bapa's Jeevan Yatra

Hirdasji lived in Adhevada with his wife Shivkunverbaa. They always prayed to Janjria Hanumanji. About 100 years ago Shivkunverbaa gave birth to Bajarangdas Bapa. It was known to all that Bapa was a complete incarnation of Shesh Narayana. At the age of 11, Bapa decided to visit Ayodhya to search for a Guru. As he came across the Sitaramji’s monastery at Khakhi Square and became the dearest disciple of Guru Sitaramji.

Once during the Kumbh Mela, thousands of Saints and Guru Sitaramji got together on the seashore of Mumbai. It was very hot and the water available was salty. How could they quench their thirst? Guruji gave Bapa the responsibility to get clean drinking water for all. Bapa did not know what to do, but naturally started digging on the seashore. Others were surprised of what he was doing. As he continued digging, the Ganga appeared on the seashore of Mumbai. All of them drank water. Guruji's eyes opened for Bapa and saw in him the capabilities of becoming a proficient saint.

Bajarangdas Bapa
(Bapa Sitaram)

Guruji Sitaramji was so impressed with Bapa that he gave him the permission to leave the monastery and work to improve the society and the standards of life in the villages of India. Bapa was very thankful for the Guru’s comments and started his journey to fulfill Guruji’s wishes. Bapa’s first visit was to Surat, where he stayed in Laxminarayan temple on Begampara Saveria Street. He then moved to stay at Hanol Village in Ranjit Hanumanji for seven years, but could not forget his native town. On his journey he visited Bhavnagar Jadeja’s house and then Vivagala Shoe maker’s house. He then visited Palitana, Jesar and Kalmoder. Bapa then arranged a Saptah at Kalmoder Village and decided to stay there for three years.
Bapa then came to Bagdana village and saw Triveni Sangam. It was here that he found 5 important elements:

1. Bagdana Village
2. Bagad River
3. Bagdeshwar Mahadev
4. Bagladan Rishi Hermitage
5. Bajrangdas Bapa

This became Bapa’s work place. The main aim was to improve the way of life in these areas and utilize the resources available for betterment of the life style for those living in India.

Bagdana Town

Bagadana Mandir can be seen from miles around. The flag is always hoisting high.

• 'MUDERA[Ratanpati]' is Bapa's Gurusthan which is 160 k.m. away from Ayodhya.
• Bapa had taken Diksha in 'Tera Bhai Tyagi' sampradaya.
• Sitaram Bapu was parivajak and was wandering in INDIA with group of Elephants.
• Pujya Bapa had taken Diksha under Imli tree (Tamarind Tree) on the river bank of Valsad in Gujarat than Pujya Bapa had joined sadhu mandal with 'Guru Shree Sitaram Bapu' and while on tour, he visited North India.

1941 : Pujya Bapa came to Bagdana.
1951 : Pujya Bapa had established the present Aasharam.
1959 : Pujya Bapa had started the Aannakshetra.
1960 : Pujya Bapa had organized 'Bhudan' Havan.
1962 : Pujya Bapa had auctioned the Aasharam to help in INDIA & CHINA war.
1965 : Pujya Bapa had auctioned the Aasharam to help in INDIA & PAKSITAN war.
1971 : Pujya Bapa had auctioned the Aasharam to help in INDIA & PAKSITAN war.
1977 : Pujya Bapa died on 9th January, 1977.

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