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One of the Pandava brothers – Indian royal family at the time of the Mahabharata war, ca. 3200 B.C.; devoted disciple of Krishna.
Bali King in ancient India, by virtue of his asceticism he achieved rule over the earthly world, the nether world and the heaven. He ruled benevolent and complaisant. At the request of the Gods, however, Vishnu again abstracted the rule from him using a fraud and banished him into the nether world.
Bali Hari Chandra Person in ancient India characterised as great donor.

The four messengers of Niranjan and their paths:
    1.  Rambh Doot Path of the intellectual non-dualism. The Souls are told to be Sat Purush.
    2.  Kurambh Doot Path of the absorption in physical phenomena: astrology, palmistry, Feng shui, physical healing etc.
    3.  Jay Doot Path of Tantra and practices derived from that.
    4.  Vijay Doot Path of the 'pleasant misdirection.' Attachment by music, false harmony, etc.

Twelve paths of Kal and their messengers: 
    1.   Mritu Andha Doot Other name: Narayan Das. Path of the family members of Masters who proclaim themselves master.
    2.   Timir Doot Path of those who steal scriptures from Saints, adorn themselves with borrowed plumes and establish a path with stolen knowledge.
    3.   Andha Achet Doot Path of those who trap Souls through the connection of words.
    4.   Manbhang Doot Path of contemplation on outer sounds.
    5.   Gyan Bhangi Doot Path of worship of gods and of false sadhus.
    6.   Manmakarand Doot Path of the shimmering light – deceiving gleam of light within.
    7.   Chitbhang Doot Path contains elements of Rambh and Kurambh Doot, the Soul is told that she was all.
    8.   Akalbhang Doot Path contains elements of the Koran and the Vedas, gives the knowledge of Brahm – Kal.
    9.   Bishamber Doot Stands for paths that refer namely to Kabir without that Naam is distributed. Souls are misled by being told to see sins and virtues as equal – without having established this state through Naam.
   10. Naktanen Doot Path of the materialistic-social revolution without spiritual background.
   11. Durgdani Doot Path of those who perform things with their body: yoga, bodywork, etc.
   12. Hansmuni Doot Path of those who creep into families of Saints or disciples to distinguish themselves by reason of their position and with the attained knowledge.
Brahma First son of Kal and Adhya; the creating aspect of the Hindu trinity. 
Chandra Vijay King in the Dwapar Yuga; husband of Indra Mati. Was liberated by Karunamai at the request of his wife.
Chatur Bhuj One of the four Gurus established by Kabir in the Kali Yuga.
Chudamani Son and Spiritual Successor of Dharam Das. Other names: Muktamuni, Muktayan.
Dhondhal King in the Sat Yuga, Saint who was initiated by Sat Sukrit.
Draupadi Wife of the five Pandava brothers – Indian royal family at the time of the Mahabharata war, ca. 3200 B.C.
Ganesha Hindu god.
Gargin Person mentioned in the Anurag Sagar.
Garpat Son of Jay Doot, one of the messengers of Kal.
Gayatri Hindu goddess.
Hang Doot Short name of one of the twelve messengers of Kal.
Harishchandra King in ancient India who never lied or broke his word no matter what it should cost him.
Indradaman King of Orissa in the Kali Yuga, built the Jagannath temple.
Indra Mati Queen in the Dwapar Yuga; wife of Chandra Vijay. Was initiated by Karunamai and reached liberation.
Karan Person in ancient India characterised as great donor.
Khemsari Was initiated by Sat Sukrit in the Sat Yuga.
Krishna Avatar, incarnation of Vishnu. Lived in the Dwapar Yuga, ca. 3200 B.C. Guru of the Pandava brothers and their wife Draupadi.
Kunti’s son King in ancient India.
Lakshmi Hindu goddess. Wife of Vishnu.
Madhukar Brahmin, who lived in the Treta Yuga and was liberated by Maninder. Other name: Dwij.
Mandodari The main wife of King Ravana of (Sri) Lanka in the Treta Yuga. Was initiated by Maninder.
Matsya Mythological fish in Hinduism; allegedly the first incarnation of Vishnu.
Mritu Andha One of the twelve messengers of Kal. Was incarnated as Narayan Das, the physical son of Dharam Das, in Whose house he was embodied and later proclaimed an own path.