Baba Banshi Wale went to Devlok

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Saharapur. The great Saint Baba Banshi became a Brahmin. He took his last breath in the hospital on Delhi Road at around 11:15 p.m. on Wednesday evening.
The 85-year-old Baba Banshi was originally from Patna (Bihar) and called himself Marwari. He had become a saint by giving up business. 38 years ago he met Baba at a hut while walking on the banks of the Yamuna River and made him a place of worship by staying with him at the Hanuman Temple in Sorana Village. Baba was a follower of Krishna, which is why Baba with the hut gave him the name Baba Banshi Wale. Millions of followers knew him by this name. There was an influx of supporters in the village of Sorana who learned that he was a Brahmalin. The last yatra was fetched around 2 p.m. and reached the ghat of the Yamuna River via the Ambala highway. During the last trip the believers showered flowers again and again. In the past it was decided to only do cremation because you were a householder and not affiliated with a monastery. At six o’clock in the evening, Ravindra Sharma and Vinay Chaudhary, residents of Sorana village, lit the fire together. People from political and social organizations as well as representatives of the public paid tribute. Apart from various districts of the western UP, its followers from Haryana, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Delhi and Rajasthan made their final honors.

Saharapur. The great Saint Baba Banshi became a Brahmin. He took his last breath in the hospital on Delhi Road at around 11:15 p.m. on Wednesday evening.

The 85-year-old Baba Banshi was originally from Patna (Bihar) and called himself Marwari. He had become a saint by giving up business. 38 years ago he met Baba at a hut while walking on the banks of the Yamuna River and made him a place of worship by staying with him at the Hanuman Temple in Sorana Village. Baba was a follower of Krishna, which is why Baba with the hut gave him the name Baba Banshi Wale. Millions of followers knew him by this name. There was an influx of supporters in the village of Sorana who learned that he was a Brahmalin. The last yatra was fetched around 2 p.m. and reached the ghat of the Yamuna River via the Ambala highway. During the last trip the devotees showered flowers over and over again. In the past it was decided to only do cremation because you were a householder and not affiliated with a monastery. At six o’clock in the evening, Ravindra Sharma and Vinay Chaudhary, residents of Sorana village, lit the fire together. People from political and social organizations as well as representatives of the public paid tribute. Apart from various districts of the western UP, its followers from Haryana, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Delhi and Rajasthan made their final honors.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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