Neem Karoli Baba (Maharajji), best known as an influential spiritual teacher known for his miracles in India and the US, inspired Apple co-founder Steve Jobs and Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg among many other people. His ashrams can still be found across India and America today.

One such miracle took place when an individual travelling in first class on a train without a valid ticket refused to get off. They were asked to do so but refused.

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Mark Zuckerberg recently told Prime Minister Narendra Modi that Neem Karoli Baba from Uttarakhand holds a special place in his heart. Additionally, he shared that last year when visiting Maharaj Ji’s ashram in Kainchi Dham he spent more time than expected there enjoying its spiritual atmosphere.

Neem Karoli Baba, whom his followers regard as an incarnation of Lord Hanuman, is associated with numerous mysterious tales and accounts of travel without tickets on trains. One such incident depicted Neem Karoli Baba being asked by the ticket collector to leave without hesitation and get off at an earlier station than planned – something which he did immediately without question or reservation.

Neem Karoli Baba was an influential Hindu saint who inspired his disciples to practice bhakti yoga and serve others through his numerous ashrams across the world, which attracted famed figures like Steve Jobs and Julia Roberts. Although Neem Karoli Baba died in 1973, his teachings continue to inspire millions around the globe and his ashrams can still be found everywhere from China to Brazil – his student Ram Dass and Larry Brilliant even formed the Seva Foundation in Berkeley California as a tribute to his tenets!

Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts is an ardent follower of Neem Karoli Baba and regularly visits Kainchi Dham for spiritual enrichment. Through Red Om Films, Julia creates films which foster peace and tolerance.

Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, visited an ashram with one of his friends. They hoped to meet Maharaj Ji when they arrived but unfortunately he had passed away by then. Their experience left an impactful mark and later converted him to Hinduism.

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Maharaj Ji was a mystic who preached service to others. His teachings touched many lives positively in both India and New Mexico, such as spiritual teachers Ram Dass and Bhagavan Das, musicians Jai Uttal, Krishna Das and Jai Uttal’s son Krishna Das. In India alone he established Ashrams in Kainchi, Vrindavan Rishikesh Shimla Farrukhabad Hanumangarhi Bhumiadhar Delhi Taos as well as Taos New Mexico where his teachings had profound impacts upon their followers – teachings that changed lives while leaving an indecdence upon those around them as well. Maharaj Ji’s teachings touched many lives while making their mark upon this world stage!

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Rameshwar Nath Kao (known by his initials “RNK”) was one of India’s premier intelligence officers and played an instrumental role in creating R&AW (Research and Analysis Wing), an entity responsible for overseeing external security of India. RNK also provided invaluable advice and counsel to former Prime Minister Nehru and Rajiv Gandhi.

Kao was born in Varanasi and earned both his undergraduate and post-graduate degrees at Lucknow University and Allahabad University respectively. Following this, he passed the civil services exam to join Indian Imperial Police force before later making the switch to Intelligence Bureau.

Neem Karoli Baba, also known as Maharajji, was an esteemed Hindu mystic and devotee of Lord Hanuman. He encouraged selfless service for others while practicing Bhakti Yoga throughout his lifetime and building numerous temples dedicated to Hanuman worldwide.

He was widely revered outside India during the 1960s and 70s as a spiritual guide for American seekers such as Richard Alpert of ‘Be Here Now’ fame. Richard died sometime between 1973-1975; there are currently Ashrams located at Kainchi, Vrindavan, Rishikesh Shimla Farrukhabad Bhumiadhar Delhi as well as Taos in New Mexico which remain dedicated to his memory.

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Maharaj Ji, as his followers were known, was a Hindu guru and avid follower of Lord Hanuman. A lifelong practitioner of bhakti yoga, he believed service to others should be seen as the highest form of devotion. Born Lakshman Narayan Sharma he left home when aged 11 to become a wandering sadhu; upon return home at his father’s request however he settled into marriage and raised two sons and one daughter before passing away aged 67 years.

Neem Karoli Baba has inspired numerous celebrities and written books detailing his spiritual teachings. Julia Roberts credits Neem Karoli Baba as inspiring her to embrace Hinduism; she visited his ashram in Kaichi Dham as well. Meanwhile, cricketer Virat Kohli visited Neem Karoli Baba’s ashrams in Nainital and Vrindavan where he is said to have received blessings; both he and wife Anushka pledged to return after giving birth. Furthermore, both were deeply influenced by him and have assisted with upkeep duties at these ashrams.

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Neem Karoli Baba was an esteemed spiritual figure renowned worldwide. A devotee of Lord Hanuman, he encouraged service to others as the highest form of devotion to God, advocating vegetarianism and leading an austere lifestyle – qualities which were inspired by him by numerous celebrity personalities including actors, businesspeople, and athletes alike. His powerful tales and powerful values remain influential today – many celebrities including actors, businesspeople, and athletes have found strength from them both personally and spiritually.

Lakshman Narayan Sharma was born into a prosperous Brahmin family and abandoned it at eleven in order to pursue a path of wandering asceticism. However, at his father’s request he eventually returned and lived a stable life with two sons and one daughter.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made headlines recently when he told Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his town hall meeting that Steve Jobs recommended this ashram in Kainchi Dham in Uttarakhand’s Kumaon region; visitors can stay there up to three days.