A Chronicle of His Life (Continued)

  • 1904: Shri Gulabrao’s literary genius in full flow – lectures on myriad spiritual topics; commencement of pilgrimage to Alandi; observance of austerities meant for women; composition of ‘Rukmini Swayamwara’
  • 1905: Formally married with Lord Shri Krishna; received Shri Krishna’s and Saint Dnyaneshwara’s paadukaas for worship; daily worship commenced; first meeting with Narayan Pandit – who later became Shri Babaji Maharaj Pandit, famous disciple and spiritual heir of Shri Gulabrao Maharaj
  • Birth of son (Ananta); meeting with L R Pangarkar and Loknayak Bapuji Ane
  • 1907: Founded the Dnyaneshwar Printing Press at Nagpur that began printing books in the same year; review of JC Bose’s books; travel to Calcutta and stay with Prof. Priyonath Mookerji; pilgrimage to Jagannath Puri; review of the book on Human Personality by Frederic WH Myers; lectures on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras (later compiled in the book Yoga Prabhaava); a few other books were also written around the same time
  • 1909: Wrote ‘Antarvijnaanasamhitaa’; lectures in this year were compiled as ‘अलौकिक व्याख्यानमाला’ – The Series of Divine Lectures
  • Pilgrimage to Vrindavana
  • 1910: Letter to Dr. Munje; relation of Nyaya Vaisheshika to physics explained; meeting with litterateur NC Kelkar
  • 1911 to 1913: Several letters, articles and books were written in these years
  • 1914: Saint Nivrutti Nath revealed himself to Shri Gulabrao Maharaj; correspondence with the Devas maharaja and visit to Devas; discussion on classical music with Pt. Bhatkhande; wrote ‘Gaana Sopaana’ on the subject of music
  • 20th September 1915 (Bhadrapada Shuddha 12): End of earthly existence at Chakan residence near Pune.

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