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Vali Vilayatrai Saheb Early Ages
Halla is a small village in Sindh(Pakistan) . In year of the lord 1825 , a son was born to Munshi Pratab Rai from his second wife Mata Cheti Bai. He was named Vilayatrai. Munshi Pratab Rai was a well to do person & served with the 'Mirs' as a munshi . In those days to be a munshi to the Mirs was a great thing as it was the munshis who ran affairs of the State.

Right from younger days Vilayatrai was a very intelligent person & used to ask very complicated questions from his teachers , who in those days were muslim Kazis . After finishing his education, Vilayatrai applied for service with the Mirs , but by then the Britishers had come in & powers of Mirs were on the wane. Vilayat applied to the British & was appointed as 'Tapedar' , who used to collect land revenue on behalf of the rulers . After some time in service , a mistake was detected in his accounts . A case was registered against Vilayat Rai & he was sentenced to prison.

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Sai Jiwatsingh Saheb Early Life
Born in 1831 to a rich "Zamindar" Shewaram Sainani at Kambar, Jiwat lost his father at a young age and was brought up by his mother and elder brothers, viz.Alimchand and Shamdas. Being the youngest, he was pampered and sort of spoilt.

Inspite of vast possessions of land, he joined the Police force to enjoy life. He was handsome, smartly dressed and used his physical powers and police influence to overcome his critics. Nobody dared to challenge him. He had also learnt black magic. His mother and brothers shed tears on his such indulgences.

Spiritual Uplifment
Jaiwat's brother Shamdas approached Vali Vilait Rai in desperation, in whom he had unflinching faith. Tempted by the prospect of learning even more about black magic from Vali Vilait Rai, Jiwatsingh went to meet him.A single glance of Grace from the Guru was sufficient to transform Jiwat into a Saint. For sometime, he lead a life of repentance and used to say "Oh Jiwat, what have you done? You have wasted your life?" Very soon, he became such a devoted disciple of Vali Vilait Rai that anybody would like to emulate him. Vali Vilait Rai bestowed his abundant grace on his beloved disciple who became a great saint and also gave him a lot of divine powers.

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Sai Vishindas Saheb Early Life
Son of Shri Karamchand Sainani, Vishindas was born as a still baby at Kambar in 1889. When Sai Jiwatsingh was informed about this, he said the child is very much alive and is merely pretending to be lifeless, in protest against Sai Jiwatsingh's absence at the time of child's birth. As soon as Sai Jiwatsingh reached the place of delivery, the child started moving his limbs. Vishindas was King Bhartnihari in his last birth, who had renounced his kingdom and spent his life in Yoga and meditation.He had taken birth again to complete the balance Yogic work left over in his previous birth.

Young Age
Expectedly Vishin was very bright in his young age and grasped school lessons very fast, but did not have much interest in learning at school. He stayed with his sister in a distant city of Sukhar for better schooling. Once he told his sister he didn't want to study and would like to go to Kambar to his parents, for which he was scolded by his sister. Within few hours of this instance, a telegram came from his father to his sister to send Vishin immediately to Kambar as he has to take charge of Darbar, seeing which the sister was shocked, as to how Vishin knew everything in advance.

Thus at the age of 14 he was asked to take charge of Kambar Darbar, which his father was looking after as caretaker for about 4 years after Sai Jiwatsingh left for heavenly aboard. Vishindas was the second youngest of five brothers and remained a bachelor and dedicated his life totally to the sheva of Kambar Darbar. The Saint in him always prevailed and Sai Vishindas continued the learning of various Shastras (including the Granth Saheb) in great depth and also practised what he learnt.

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Mata Chaini Bai Early Days
Born in Larkana, Mata Chaini Bai took birth in Bhambhani family. She was sister of Diwan Rupchand Bhambhani , husband of Adi Ganga. Mata Chaini Bai was married at a young age in Tawarmalani family. Her husband Tulsidas was in Land Revenue Department at Kambar and came close to Sain Jiwat Singh. He passed away at a very young age. He was a great yogi and had indicated the coming of his death and died peacefully in sleep.

Dedication To Kambar Darbar
After death of her husband, Mata Chaini Bai dedicated herself to Sain Jiwat Singh and was totally devoted to Kambar Darbar Sahib .She had surrendered herself completely to the Darbar. She treated Sain Vishindas as her own son and brought him up in the same manner as Mata Yashodha had brought up Krishna. Her selfless sheva of Darbar Sahib's devotees and satsangis is incomparable. She was ever ready to serve the devotees at any time of day or night and was always concerned about their comfort.It was this quality, among many others, which in later years Sain Vishindas adopted and it continues to be the main ethos of Darbar Sahib even today.

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Dadi Gopi Early Life
Born in 1921 at Larkana in Pakistan, Dadi Gopi was the eldest daughter of Shri Brahmanand Sainani, brother of Sain Vishindas. He was also one of the first four Trustees chosen by Sain Vishindas. Dadi Gopi was very much attached to her uncle and Guru Sain Vishindas from her young age and spent considerable time with him. She received continuous spiritual and moral guidance from him. Sain Vishindas advised his brother Brahmanand not to get Gopi married and also she should not study beyond matric, which initially disturbed Dadi Gopi as she was a bright student and wanted to become a doctor.But Sainjan's words meant a lot to her and she knew that she had to follow his words , which she did. Dadi Gopi had intermittantly been living at Kambar Darbar, Kandivli when her father Dada Brahmanand Sainani was living there. She got her `Naam' from Adi Ganga after she started living at Darbar `full time' . She continued the sacred system of giving `Naam' or `Upadesh' to select few satsangis. Along with Dadiji Bhabhi Kalp Sainani has also been bestowed with the blessings to give `Naam'. Dadiji started continuously living at the Darbar Sahib from 1963. She learnt from Mata Chaini Bai the customs and traditions of the Gurus and the way to do Shewa of the devotees. Dadi Gopi's life has been a life of total devotion to Gurus and dedication to Satsang.

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