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Nearly all the events of the lives of Great Masters are shrouded in obscurity. Lalaji left no autobiography, and only a small number of photos of him are available. In due course, he became so popular and was so loved by Hindus as well as Muslims that, like Kabir, everybody tried to put his own stamp on his teachings and to reserve to himself the enormous number of letters written and the vast literature produced by him.

—Babuji about Lalaji, from the Introduction

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