Dashank is the tenth part of an individual’s earning which God man Nirmal Baba asks his followers to send to him for a god’s cause or a good cause which need not be revealed to the followers. In return they can assure themselves a problem – free life ! Well, it is the same accumulation of 10th part of his follower’s money which he gets every month and which has made his annual turnover Rs 238 plus crores. Of course Baba ji pays all his income taxes and hence all the money is his own earned money ! Its the followers who have made him ritchie rich on their own willingness.None ever bothered to think – does God or God men need money for solving people’s problems ?
Nirmal Baba aka Nirmaljeet Sing Narula, is the God-man who is more popular for suggesting unique, out of the box, unimaginable and yet simple remedies to his followers is himself in trouble now after some police complains have been lodged against him for allegedly cheating his few disciples.
The media has hunted down Baba’s personal wealth is about Rs 238 crores and his investments made in real-estate business. While baba has confessed about his wealth, it is quite astonishing to imagine why would God men need to preserve riches in crores when they claim to solve problems of all who become their disciple. Nirmal Baba conducts gathering named ‘Samagam’ where he charges Rs 2000 for each seat. More than any preaching of morality , the gatherings talk about Baba’s power(shakti) and blessings(kripa) which does miracles. When people seek answers to their problems , the solutions Baba suggest often sound funny. Baba also stops some people from going to specific temples for more than what he would prescribe. 🙂 The funniest part is if someone says if you visit God’s temple or any worship place more than a specific number of time , God’s blessings would stop ! Is it any God-man’s fault? Are we not fools if we still listen to someone who says God would stop blessing us if we visit him as many times as we can.
Well, no matter how much we suffer, human beings do have the tendency to seek guarantee and the one who guarantees them out of all problems becomes a God-man! Which God would ask for money ? Saints of the past used to conduct preaching under trees. Did they need auditoriums and charged disciples money for attending ? Is this not indicative enough that something is wrong if any God man declares his fees? Is there any point accusing the God men as frauds when we ourselves wait to get into such traps.