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Baba Kali Kambli Walla - Kali Kambli Wale Baba of Himalayas

Kali Kambli Walla was a great saint who offered his life for the welfare of the poor, needy and pilgrims in the Himalayas. He walked up and down between the sacred shrines in Haridwar, Rishikesh and Badrinath providing shelters for the pilgrims. He used to be clad in only a black blanket and that is why he got his name, Kali Kambli Walla Baba, which means, the black blanket man. Kali Kambli Walla Baba was born in Vikram Samvat Era 1882. Once while visiting Haridwar he became interested in spiritual activities and took Sanyasa. After years of travel, he realized the hardships and troubles faced by the pilgrims visiting the Himalayas during the that period. To help the hungry and poor pilgrims he started a small food distribution center at Pilani  Later Kali Kambli Walla Baba travelled in India and with the help of businesspersons and rich people in Kolkata he formed Baba Kali Kambli Walla Panchayat Temple. With the help of funds collected, he opened Dharmashala (guest house to stay with…

Documentary with Evidence on Krishna’s Dwarka Under Sea in Gujarat Coast in India

Dwarka, which is mentioned in many Hindu scriptures including the Mahabharata, was the kingdom of Sri Krishna. It is believed that the Dwarka, which is under sea now, existed somewhere around 3200 years to 9000 years ago. A documentary on underwater cities and alien visits to earth, suggests that Dwarka might have been destroyed by Aliens. What is important to us is that it is beyond doubt that Dwarka existed. Alien attacks can be just theories. Facts – A city was discovered underwater near present day Dwarka in Gujarat. It was a very ancient settlement and busy port. Sandstones walls and streets were discovered by underwater archeological studies. There are two versions of the destruction of Dwarka in Hindu Scriptures – the most popular is that when Krishna decided to leave the world, the city of Dwarka was submerged by sea – sea rising to eat Dwarka. Another version has that a King named Shalva attacked Dwarka from the skies using weapons like lightning and thunder. About Aliens destroy…

Kamda Saptami Vrat – Kamada Saptami in Phalgun Month

Kamda Saptami is observed in the Phalgun month in North India. Kamda Saptami Vrat 2018 date is February 22. The day falls during the Holashtak period in North India and is associated with the upcoming Holi festival.

Kamada Saptami is observed on the seventh day of waxing phase of moon, or Shukla Paksha Saptami, in Phalgun month.

The obvious is the grave of the ego – Osho

The most obvious in life seems to be the most difficult; the most simple seems to be the most difficult; the most simple seems to be the most complicated. The reason why it happens so, is because the mind is not interested in the obvious. It wants the challenge of the impossible; only with the challenge of the impossible can the mind fulfil its ego. With the obvious, there is no space for the ego to grow or even to exist. The obvious is the grave of the ego. The simple we take for granted, because it is so simple. Only the far away, the distant, catches our eye, invites us for a journey. Nobody bothers to enter into himself, and to see the most miraculous, the most mysterious, the most fundamental principle of life, the very source of life – it is so close, so obvious, so simple. Osho