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His mother Deshrani Devi was a simple housewife and father was a signalman in the British Army during the Second World War. She came from a family blessed by a great sage. His father’s name was Janaki Baba. He was a regular visitor to the family. His age was more than 70 years when little Siddhartha started taking note of him. His complexion was very fair. Siddhartha was always amazed to see such a charm, such a shine, and such a grace on his face. He always looked fresh and joyful. Even at his old age he cooked his own food. He was a constant traveler, but never used any vehicle, bullock cart, horse, or elephant, which was offered very frequently by rich men of those times.

Janaki Baba loved little Siddhartha probably more than any father could love his child. Practically every month he visited him. He had a yakshini Siddhi. As a child, Siddharth asked him many times to teach him this great art, so that he could influence his fellow friends. But every time Janaki Baba refused to do so by telling him that you have been sent to this earth for a much bigger role and asked him not to indulge in these trifles. At the age of 13, Siddhartha had to go to distant Netarhat School, a very famous residential school, in that area located in Palamau district of present Jharkhand State in India. He passed out from Netarhat School in 1961 and stood fourth in Bihar State in Higher Secondary Examination. Based on this he got National Scholarship which continued till completion of his studies in 1966.

He took admission in B.Sc. Part-1 in H.D. Jain College, Arrah. He bagged first prize in Intra College Kunwar Singh Debate Competition and in State level Inter College Dharmendra Debate Competition. He also became champion in Table Tennis in his college. He is very talented. Then he joined Indian School of Mines in July, 1962 from where he did his M.Sc., AISM

in Applied Geology 1966. Siddhartha was married in 1964 while he was still studying at Indian School of Mines. Siddhartha started his career in August, 1966, as Assistant Lecturer in Geology at Regional Institute of Technology, Jamshedpur, where he worked only for a year. Thereafter he joined Indian School of Mines in September, 1967.

Initiation by Osho
It was a cold day January of 1979. Siddhartha was going to participate in the Indian Science Congress at Ahmedabad. He asked one of his friends, Dr J.P. Sinha, a Central School Hindi teacher, whether he could give him any book for reading during traveling. dr Sinha instantly agreed and asked him whether he would like to read a book by Bhagwan Rajneesh.

Meeting Great Mystics
Siddhartha met Sufi Baba of Giridih, a great mystic of our times, in 1980. Since Baba was a great admirer of Osho, Siddhartha kept on visited him very frequently. Baba taught him Sufi Tantra and empowered him to guard against evil forces. He took him to mazars of Bu Ali shah Qalandar at Panipat, Bakhtiar Kaki at Delhi, and Sabir Saheb of Kaliar Sharif at Roorki. He shared his vision of Divine Light and many other things with Siddhartha. He considers him one of his three Gurus along with Osho and Guru Nanak Deo.

 In 1980 itself Siddhartha met Baba Bhajan Brahmachari, a famous sage of West Bengal, who taught Bhakti Yoga to him in several meetings that followed.

 In 1981 Siddhartha met Pilot Baba, and developed intimacy with him. Baba later took him to Himalayas, where he met many Himalayan sages including Narayan Swami of Loharkhet.

In 1982 he met Deoraha Baba, an aged sage of Ramanujachya's tradition and had Satsang on Bhakti Yoga, Mantra Yoga and Tap Yoga. He was developed 21 levels of Spiritual programs under Oshodhara and through these programs he is helping the seekers on the path of Enlightenment and beyond upto Param Pad, the highest spiritual attainment in spiritual journey ever in the history of mankind. Over these years Oshodhara has come up as the greatest spiritual stream in the world.

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