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Niruben Amin, was known as Pujya Niruma by her followers, was a disciple of Dada Bhagwan.
She was the driving force behind the construction of Trimandir (Check out ‘The Almost Complete’ series for Trimandir here. ), and also the founder of Dada Bhagwan Foundation.
Hence the final resting place was created just besides the Trimandir.
Once you enter the Gardens you will be greeted with a large grey plaque
There is a quote by P. Niruma in Gujarati language stating (*rough translation*) “Except Moksh(Heaven), I never want anything from this world”
Then you will be greeted with a huge tree with information card hanging on it. Most of the tourists definitely miss this.
The information card states (*rough translation again*) “I am fortunate to be born on a morning of June 2001 by the hands of Pujya Niruma. I am very happy to see the development of Simander City. I am joyful to see that the Mahatmas are moving ahead in the Gyanmarg ”
*Please feel free to submit your own interpretations in the comments below*
The sprawling Landscape garden around the Samadhi, gives a sense of peacefulness. The Samadhi rests between the garden in a huge open structure where the ardent devotees can give respect and pray to Pujya Niruma.
Enjoy this 360 Degree Video from the interior of the Samadhi by Dada Bhagwan Foundation