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Bhairav Nath Shukla, who has been Mukti Bhawan's caretaker for more than four decades, said most of his residents pass away within in a few days.
A box arrived containing 38 items for a Hindu ceremony including earthen pots, incense sticks, cow urine and dung, rice, sesame seeds and rose water.
His visit is aimed at spreading the message of serving humanity.
The community will pay tribute to Maharaj’s life and legacy beginning Friday
By 11am local time, friends and family had gathered to celebrate a day also called the festival of sharing love.
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