Bapa Sitaram - Param Pujya Sant Shiromani Sadguru Dev Shree Bajrangdasbapa (Bagdana)॥ Dhayan mulam guru murti puja mulam guru padam, ॥ ॥ Mantra mulam guru vakyam moksh mulam guru krupa. ॥ ॥ Guru govind dono khade, kisko lagoo paay, ॥ ॥ bali haari guru aapki, jo govind diyo dikhay. ॥
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Pujya Bajrangdas Bapuji's Life Sketch

Pujya Bapa Sitaram's Life Sketch

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Bapa Sitaram Jeevan Gatha

Bapa’s family background originates from Rajestan (Adhevada),
and they were Ramanandi Sadhu. His mothers name was Shiwar
kuwarbai and father’s
name was Hiradas. Bapasitaram was born on 1906
(no exact date) at Janjariaya Hanuman Mandir
, in a village called Adhe Wada in Bhaunagar.
At birth his parents names him Bhaktiram. It
was known to all that Bapa was the complete incarnation Shesh Narayan.
He studies until the 2nd standard.
Bapa first attended Nashik kumb mela in 1915
along with his Guru Pujya Shri Sitaramdas
Bapu (ashram was in Uttar Pradesh, Ayodhya).
He performed his main sadhna at Mandakini
river at mountain Chitrakut which is by the border
of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh.
He gained yog sidh at the age of 28.
His guru advised him go on his own journey and named
him Bajarangdas Bapa. Bapa encouraged people to call
him Bapa Sitaram so that people
recite the name of mother (Maa) and father (Baap).
When he was about 30 he went on the Himaliya yatra,
traveled and resided in numerous
places: Mumbai, Kaanan Vistar, Surat Laxmi Mandir,
Dholera for 1 year, Bhaunagar, Warugat
Bai's Hanumanji place for 5 years, Palitana,
Karmodar for 5 years, and then Bagdana at the
age of 41.

Bajarangdas Bapa
(Bapa Sitaram)
He performed many miracles that were unexplained,
but bapa never took any credit for the
Once during the Kumbh Mela, when thousands of Saints
and Gurus Sitaramji got together at
the sea bank in Mumbai. It was very hot and the water
available was the salt water. How
could they quench their thirst? Guruji gave Bapa the
responsibility to get clean drinking
water for all. Bapa did not know what to do, but
naturally started digging on the sea
banks. Others were surprises of what he was doing.
As he continued digging, Ganga appeared
on the sea bank of Mumbai. All of them began to drink
the water. Guruji eyes opened for
Bapa and saw him as having the capabilities of becoming
a proficient saint.
Guruji Sitaramji was so impressed with Bapa that he gave
him the permission to leave the
monastery and work towards improving the society and the
standards of life in the villages of India.
His guru advised him go on his own journey and named him
Bajarangdas Bapa. Bapa was very thankful for
the Guru’s comments and began on his journey to fulfil
Guruji’s wishes. Bapa encouraged people to call
him Bapa Sitaram so that people recite the name of mother
(Maa) and father (Bap).
Bapa’s first visit was to Surat, where he stayed in
Laxminarayan temple on
Begampara Saveria Street. He then moved on to stay at
Hanol Village in Ranjit Hanumanji
for seven years, but could not forget his native town.
On his journey he visited Bhavnagar
Jadeja’s house and then Vivagala Shoe maker’s house.
He then went to Palitana, Jesar and
Kalmoder. Bapa then arranged a Saptah at Kalmoder
Village and decided to stay there for
three years.
Bapa then came to Bagdana village and saw Triveni
Sangam. It was here that he recognised 5
important elements:
1. Bagdana Village
2. Bagad River
3. Bagdeshwar Mahadev
4. Bagladan Rishi hermitage
5. Bajrangdas BapaThis became Bapa’s field of actions. The main aim was to
improve the way of life in these
areas and utilise the resources available to better the
life style for those living in
He passed away peacefully at the Bagdana Ashram’s Madhuli
at 5am on 09/01/1977 by english
calendar (gujarati calendar date is Pos Vad Choth). Bapa’s
death aniversary is usually
celebrated by gujarati date.
Bagdana Town
Bagadara Mandir can be seen from miles around.
9:44 PM 8/17/2010The flag is always flying high.

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