Golden Age Magazine About Prem Rawat (Maharaji)

3   Darshan

When the Perfect Master arrives in Sydney, it will be two years since his first visit to Australia, when he was greeted by about seventy premies. Travelling with him will be his wife Durga Ji, his travelling companion Bihari Singh Ji, two American brothers, and Bob and Eileen Mishler, who have just completed a tour of Europe, where they viewed the progress of DUO internationalisation.
After a long period of waiting, the Australian premies see this short visit as an amazing opportunity to realise another magical aspect on the path of Knowledge: darshan, the presence of the Perfect Master.

Golden Age Magazine About Prem Rawat (Maharaji)

3   Jenny Sees The Light

The Mission is claimed to be the fastest growing movement in the world today.
In Jenny's words it is "a worldwide volunteer group by the followers of Shri Guru Maharaj Ji, the 16 year old Perfect Master."
He was born in 1957 in north India, and has been in the West for only three years.
But already he has 8,000,000 followers and the number is growing daily.

Golden Age Magazine About Prem Rawat (Maharaji)

8   The Sun Is Still There

Guru Maharaj Ji's satsang April 21, 1974.

"But maybe it's fun for me, so I come. Really, you know, I am saying really really too many times, I know, but it is really, it's really real. And after realising something real, that's all you can say, "really". And, really. "

Golden Age Magazine About Prem Rawat (Maharaji)

8   A Dedicated Life

Right now he's into this very incredible hobby - he's buying these electronic kits and he's made an oscilloscope and a stereo pre-amp. At the moment he's making a 28 inch colour television with a digital clock in it. He sits there and he gets all these transistors and gets them all together and they work, every time! This 28 inch television is really something.

One thing Maharaj Ji is especially keen on getting started is social activities like swimming, tennis, football and yoga clubs. "