Jagat Guru Rampal Ji Maharaj
Who is the Master of Lineage (Who is God)
Whichever pious souls attained God, they told that the Master of the lineage is One. He has a human-like visible body consisting of light. The light of whose one hair follicle is more than the combined light of crore suns and crore moons. He only has acquired various forms. The real name of God in different native languages is KavirDev (in Sanskrit language in the Vedas), Hakka Kabir (in regional language in Guru Granth Sahib on page no. 721), Sat Kabir (in native language in Shri Dharmdas Jis speech), Bandichhor Kabir (in native language in SadGranth of Sant Garibdas Ji), Kabira, Kabiran and Khabira or Khabiran (in regional Arabic language in Shri Quran Sharif Surat Furqani no. 25, Aayat no. 19, 21, 52, 58, 59). This Purna Parmatma's synonymous / similar names are Anami Purush, Agam Purush, Alakh Purush, SatPurush, Akaal Moorti, Shabd Swaroopi Ram, Purna Brahm, Param Akshar Brahm etc. For instance, the name of the body of the prime minister of a country is something else and other similar names, Pradhaan Mantri Ji, Prime Minister Ji are separate. Like, the Prime Minister of India keeps the Department of Home Ministry with him. When he signs on the documents of that department, he plays the role of a Home Minister, and even writes his designation as a Home Minister; the signature is same. In a similar manner, we have to understand the power of God.
The saints and sages, who did not attain God, have described their final experience that only the light of God can be seen. God can not be seen because He does not have any form, and hearing the sound etc in the body is the achievement of the Bhakti of God.
Let us ponder: Like, a blind man, who has proven himself to be the one with eyes amongst other blind men, says that the light of moon is very pleasing and charming at night. I see it. Other blind disciples asked, Guruji, how does a moon look like? The clever blind man replied, Moon is formless, it can not be seen. If someone says that the sun is formless, it can not be seen. Sun is self-illuminated, only its light can be seen. According to the directions given by guruji, the disciples gaze in the sky for 2½ hours in the morning and 2½ hours in the evening. But do not see anything. They decide on their own that Guru is right, but we are not able to complete our sadhna for 2½ hours morning and evening. That is why we are not able to see the light of the sun and the moon. Based on the description given by the clever Guru Ji, crores of blind (lacking knowledge) men become preachers of the description given by that clever blind (lacking knowledge) man. Then someone with eyes tells them that the sun is in form and the light is coming out of it only. Likewise, the moon is emitting light, you blind men! How can there be brightness at night without the moon? For instance, if someone says that I saw tubelight, and then someone asks that how does a tube look like whose light you have seen? He gets the answer that the tube because of being formless is invisible. Only the light can be seen. Please think: how can there be light without a tube?
If someone says that a diamond is self-illuminated and then also says that only the brightness of the diamond can be seen because the diamond is not visible, then that person is not familiar with a diamond. He has worthlessly become a jewellar. Those who say that God is formless and only consider seeing light and hearing sound as the attainment of God, they are completely unfamiliar with God and bhakti. On requesting them that you have not seen anything, by misleading your followers you are being guilty and neither does your gurudev have the eyes of Tattavgyan, nor you, all those blind men devoid of the eyes of wisdom raised sticks saying that you mean that we all are liars, and only you are truthful! Today Sant Rampal Ji Maharaj is in the same state.
Amongst those eyed men (Complete Saints) who saw the moon (Purna Parmatma), the names of a few are: - (1) Respected Dharmdas ji (2) Respected Dadu ji (3) Respected Malook Das ji (4) Respected Garibdas ji (5) Respected Nanak ji (6) Respected Gheesa Das ji etc.