Its paradoxical that most of the young people who became followers of Prem Rawat, then known as Guru Maharaj Ji, were associated to a greater or lesser degree to the much hyped counter-culture of the 1960s and yet his most vociferous critics were the elite members of that very movement. The overwhelming counter-culture response to HIS arrival in the Westt was identical to that of conservatives, i was ridicule as these cartoons so clearly demonstrate.

The Young Rawat aka Guru Maharaj Ji Was Too Uncool For the Hip Hippies

Mr. Natural Meets The KidMr. Natural Meets The Kid

Fifth Estate Magazine Article About Prem Rawat

Ramparts Magazine July 1973 Magazine Article About Prem Rawat

Guru To You Too

Guru To You Too

Dog; Or I Saw The Light

Prem Rawat on the Cover of the Rolling Stone

Prem Rawat on the Cover of the Rolling Stone

Prem Rawat on the Cover of the Rolling Stone

Prem Rawat on the Cover of the Rolling Stone

Prem Rawat on the Cover of the Rolling Stone

Prem Rawat on the Cover of the Rolling Stone

Prem Rawat on the Cover of the Rolling Stone

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