*** This should be merged with From the East to the West ***

Aeroplanes

Sat, Aug. 10, 1972 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 21

Followers Want Airplane for Indian Guru

DENVER (AP) - Followers of Maharaj Ji, a 14-year-old Indian guru, are considering buying a plane so the guru "can travel to the four corners of the world to spread his knowledge."

Robert Mishler, director of the Divine Light Mission in Denver, which is the headquarters of the guru's following here, said Friday that a plane that seats 25 persons would be a good size for the guru when he travels.

Up until now the guru has flown commercially.

Under Construction From the 1988 video, Birthday Gift

But he said the government is concerned about the growing financial resources of the Divine Light Mission abroad, especially in the United States, where the American devotees recently purchased two small air planes for the guru's use.

Brigham, however, said all money received by the mission has come from private donations and all purchases are made with a logical purpose.

Defending the purchase of the two planes, Brigham said: "There are so many hijackings of commercial planes. This is why he needs his own planes. Guru Maharaj Ji's life is supremely valuable."

newspapers/1972/1972-11-15.html

Prem Rawat's Knowledge Reviews
Prem Rawat's Knowledge Reviews

From the 1988 video, Birthday Gift

Prem Rawat's (Maharaji) 1987 glider
Prem Rawat's (Maharaji) 1987 glider
Prem Rawat's (Maharaji) 1987 glider
Prem Rawat's (Maharaji) 1987 glider
Prem Rawat's (Maharaji) 1987 glider
Prem Rawat's (Maharaji) 1987 glider
Prem Rawat's (Maharaji) 1987 glider
Prem Rawat's (Maharaji) 1987 glider

#########