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Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj Bhagwan

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Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj Bhagwan
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Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj Bhagwan was a Yogic and Meditation expert from India.
Born14 January 1898
Gurdaspur, India
🏳️ NationalityIndian
💼 Occupation
Yoga, Meditation
🏢 OrganizationShri Yog Abhyas Ashram

Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj Bhagwan (14 January 1898 – c.1960) was an spiritual, yoga and meditation guru from India. Also known as Swami Mulakh Raj Ji Maharaj, he was the Second Guru Gaddi (Second Successor) of Shri Yog Abhyas Ashram after Yogeshwar Ramlal Bhagwan. Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj Bhagwan took charge of the organization[1] in 1938.[2][3] Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj Bhagwan continued his Meditation and Yoga practices to bless the devotees for thirteen years till 1951 as Leading Yogacharya.[4]


Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj Bhagwan was born in Dilerpur, Gurdaspur, Punjab. He was born to Devidass Ji (Father) and Rattan Devi (Mother). When Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj was 8 years old, his aunt passed away and this greatly affected him. This incident inspired Yogeshwar to meditation and yoga practices, and find more about God.

After this incident, Yogeshwar started asking questions to all the saints and sadhus about ways to find God.

Finding Spiritual Teacher[edit]

Yogeshwar Mulakah Raj was married to Mohan Karu - A resident of Jagdev, Amritsar. Apart from being in a domestic lifestyle, he was inclined to find his spiritual master. Yogeshwar's curiosity led him to meet his spiritual master - Yogeshwar Ramlal Bhagwan in Amritsar. Ramlal Bhagwan gave him directions in spirituality[5] and helped him reach a state of mind called "Turya Ati Turya Avastha". It is said that Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj was able to perform all the normal activities in this meditation state.[6]

Contribution in Shri Yog Abhyas Ashram[edit]

Yogeshwar Ramlal Bhagwan appointed him as the Second Guru Gaddi in 1938. He contributed to the organization with new views of Yoga and gave the charge to Yogeshwar DeviDayal Mahadev in 1951, after serving for thirteen years. Till 1960, Yogeshwar Mulakh Raj taught his devotees various yoga techniques and meditation methods.[7]


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