Neem Karoli Baba, also known by his title Maharajji, was a Hindu mystic who founded several temples and ashrams across India. He popularized Bhakti yoga principles while advocating selfless service towards others – his disciples include spiritual teacher Ram Dass, singer/songwriter Bhagavan Das, as well as Lama Surya Das and Jai Uttal who later taught meditation classes under him.

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Neem Karoli Baba was an esteemed spiritual teacher renowned for drawing in many western celebrities such as Hollywood actress Julia Roberts and businessmen Larry Page and Jeff Skoll. His teachings were known for not offering specific philosophies but instead emphasizing service to others instead. Additionally, Neem Karoli Baba was an ardent devotee of Lord Hanuman and founded several temples dedicated to him.

Mark Zuckerberg is one of the most well-known disciples of Kaichi Dham’s Saint. He has spoken openly about its significance in his life and frequently visits Kaichi Dham to expand his spiritual practice and find peace and clarity for success. Interviews conducted after visiting Kaichi Dham reveal how visiting there aided in becoming more focused and successful in business ventures.

Zuckerberg is widely revered for his devotion to technology and long history with computers. He created FaceMash, an interactive site which allowed college students to rate each other’s attractiveness, before developing Harvard Connection – a directory of Harvard student records – before later creating Facebook, now one of the world’s most-visited public sites with 2.19 billion monthly active users.

Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg also co-founded WhatsApp and has an interest in Buddhism. Some have described him as a mystic, wearing a blanket while seated for meditation sessions. Additionally, he frequently visits India – most recently being seen at an ashram in Vrindavan with Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma visiting one such ashram there.

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Mark Zuckerberg has visited Kainchi Dham, an ashram run by Neem Karoli Baba. According to Mark, Neem Karoli Baba’s teachings have had an influence in his life and are also said to have inspired Hollywood actress Julia Roberts who also visited him regularly at Kainchi Dham.

Neem Karoli Baba was a wandering sadhu who saw service to others as the ultimate form of devotion to God. Known to his followers as Maharajji, his powerful yet universal messages inspired great reverence among them. He believed everything is one and taught his disciples to love all people equally while always remembering to praise and thank their creator. Additionally, Neem Karoli Baba could perform many miracles and manifest many siddhis such as being in two places at once or placing devotees into deep state of samadhi with just touch of his hands.

Steve Jobs traveled to India with Dan Kottke to meet Neem Karoli Baba but was disappointed to learn of his demise. Even so, Steve’s life was profoundly influenced by Neem Karoli Baba’s teachings; he visited Kainchi Dham several times and even co-founded Apple Computer with Steve Wozniak.

Hollywood Legend Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts has had an exceptional career in film. She has appeared in multiple movies and earned several awards; also, she appeared regularly as an agent on Law and Order: Special Victims Unit for over five years; furthermore she made appearances in several television movies and played an integral part in Less than Perfect drama series.

She currently stars in the HBO series Medici: The Magnificent as a wealthy woman passionate about medicine – earning one of Hollywood’s highest pay scales for this role. Additionally, her projects include romantic comedy The Family and action flick Night Walk.

Neem Karoli Baba, also known as Maharaj Ji, was an adherent to Lord Hanuman and believed in bhakti yoga. He stressed service to others as well as love and compassion as fundamental values of Hinduism. Known outside India for inviting Westerners to study Hinduism at his ashram; among his followers included Richard Alpert (popularly known by his pen name Ram Dass), who studied under Timothy Leary before conducting research into therapeutic effects of psychedelic drugs.

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Steve Jobs first visited India with Dan Kottke in 1974 to meet Neem Karoli Baba but unfortunately had no such luck as he had already passed away. Still, this trip had a profound effect on Jobs that would ultimately help launch Apple.

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Many famous figures from India and elsewhere around the world are devotees of Neem Karoli Baba, including Apple founder Steve Jobs, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and Indian cricketer Virat Kohli. They can often be seen worshiping this saint with smiles on their faces and wrapped in blankets as they receive his blessings – which were said to come directly from Lord Hanuman himself!

Neem Karoli Baba practiced modesty while living at Kainchi Ashram in Nainital. He never wore any form of embellishment on his neck; was an ardent vegetarian who refused to touch meat or eggs; his teachings stressed the need to love all persons regardless of religion, nationality, or creed.

Guru Nanak maintained numerous ashrams and temples across the United States where people from all walks of life came for spiritual guidance from him. Some notable disciples include Ram Dass (author of Be Here Now), Bhagavan Das (singer/spiritual teacher), Jai Uttal, Robert Thurman of American Buddhism fame as an author/professor and Larry Brilliant from humanitarian circles – among many more.

The guru was also renowned for championing social and ecological justice, believing that even small actions could have lasting results, encouraging his followers to help one another. He became popularly known through his teachings and sayings; one such statement became the global spirituality anthem ‘All is One Sub Ek.