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Wonders of Neem Karoli Baba - The Indian saint who influenced GENIUS Steve Jobs

Mukesh Kumar Gajendra | Last Modified - Oct 26, 2013, 12:15 PM IST

Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)
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    Nainital: The rich Indian culture, of which saints and spirituality make prominent parts, have once again come to fore at a global level, all thanks to prophecy of Sant Shobhan Sarkar who has claimed that 1000 tonnes of gold is lying buried beneath a sleeping village in Unnao.
    On scrutiny of history, it becomes palpable that Indian saints have made their presence felt all throughout history, at routine intervals. They have bestowed people from across the world with tranquility and wisdom. And their ‘guiding’ roles have been acknowledged by the spiritual benefactors.
    One of the many grateful disciples of Indian saints was Apple co-founder Steven Paul Jobs. Employed at top-notch software company yet intellectually dissatisfied back in 1974, Jobs sought to put an end to his psychological woes.
    At that time, he heard tales of people coming back ‘rejuvenated’ after meeting saints from India. One of his friends, Robert Friedland, adviced Jobs to pay a visit to ‘Neem Karoli’ Baba at his Kainchi ashram in Nainital in present-day Uttarakhand. Another thing which pulled Jobs to Neem Karoli Baba was his Zen Master, who himself was a dedicated follower of Baba.
    The genius complied.
    Unfortunately, the saint had passed away by the time Jobs reached the ashram. Still, he decided to stay at the place and at least learn more of the spiritual genius that Baba was.
    The Indian journey of Steve Jobs continues in following slides..
    (Translated from Hindi by Dhairya Maheshwari)

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