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Features | Experience of the Divinity of Bhagavan by Devotees | Group I | Mr. G.Dilip Raj

Mr. G.Dilip Raj
Medical Representative
Arappuravilla, Pachalloor (Post)
Trivendrum - 695 027
Tel: 3231983

Mr. G.Dilip Raj (35), a Medical Representative, relates a few of his experiences of the Divinity of Bhagavan in his own words.

'I went to Brindavan for the first time in 1997 to have Darshan of Swami. I stayed in a room outside. I saw a Photograph of Bhagavan in sitting posture. His lotus feet are also seen in the Photograph. I bought it. I had Darshan of Bhagavan for the first time.

After return to my place, I put the Photograph of Bhagavan in our Pooja room. Everyday I used to light one agarbatti and pray reciting Sai Gayatri. After two days, chandan (sandal paste) and kumkum appeared on the lotus feet of Bhagavan, as if printed originally. When I bought the Photograph, they were not there. How could they come, as part of the printing is a mystery! It is only the grace of Bhagavan. The Photograph is still in our Pooja room. The marks of chandan and kumkum are also seen even now.

In 1998, I had a dream one night. Bhagavan and I were flying in the sky. We both got down in a place, which looked like an Ashram. Many persons were moving around in white dress. I thought it must be Prasanthi Nilayam. Till then, I did not visit Prasanthi Nilayam. After landing, Swami and I began walking along. At one place, I saw Amma (Goddess) sitting cross-legged. Saying 'Amma, Swami!' I looked at Swami. He was not there. When I looked at Amma, Swami was there in the place of Amma!

In the year 2000, I had a dream one night. In the dream I thought, 'how would Swami look without His robes?' Soon Swami came there. He did not wear the robes and was naked up to navel. He looked like Parama Siva though His hair was the same as that of Bhagavan.'

-- Mr. G.Dilip Raj.

(As narrated to Mr. B.Parvatala Rao at Prasanthi Nilayam on 15.07.2004.)