What is Meditation

Meditation Techniques

Spiritual Inspirators








Faqir Baba

Manav Dayal

Nirmala Pandit

Pandit Dayal

Bassi Gulam


Bhargat Singh

Lakbir Singh



Lal Chand

Lahori Pandiji

Ramesh Giri

Asha Thakur

Sita - The impersonal lover

Meditation is impersonal yet profoundly personal love. It is a state of mind. I don’t know much about Sita apart from the fact that she is an ardent devotee of Baba Faqir.

I took these photos with a cheap camera at the Manavta Mandir Temple in Hoshiarpur in '96.

I imagine that you can still find Sita in the temple, and she won’t look a day older than she does in these photos. She will smile at you and greet you as only your dearest friend or lover could. Most likely, you will feel perplexed—perhaps even shocked. But her intimacy doesn’t feel sticky or unpleasant in any way.

Confusing thoughts may come: 'I know this lady... I know her very well! I am sure!... but from where? Where did I meet her? Why can't I remember... have I got amnesia?'

And Sita will look at you with eyes that say, 'Where have you been so long, my love? I have missed you so much! You are my most important and dear sister/brother!'

And actually, Sita is not the one loving you. It is God loving you—because you exist.