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Error Jalarambapa was born in the town of Virpur near Rajkot, Gujarat State on 14th November 1799. Early education was from his mother Rajbai Thakkar who was very religious and was told by Saint Raghuvirdasji, who greatly admired her piety, that her second son (Sri Jalaram Bapa) would be a famous advocate of duty, devotion and good deeds. From Rajbai he learnt respect, patience, self-sacrifice, duty and grace. One day, Lord Rama dressed as an old man in the guise of a Sadhu appeared before Jalarambapa. Jalarambapa invited him for a meal. The old man complained that he was old and inform and that he needed some one to look after him. Jalarambapa therefore sent his wife with the old man on his journey. She went willingly. The pair of travelers eventually came to a river. The old man gave Virbai his stick and a bag to hold. he then disappeared. The stick and the bag are still on display at the Jalarambapa Ashram in Virpur. Many people believe that food given by Jalarambapa to the Sadhus and other pilgrims will reach the doors of heaven. For that reason, even to day the Jalarambapa Ashram in Virpur continues to feed thousands of pilgrims at a time, and the kitchen never runs out of food, no matter how many people are there! Died in 1881 whilst praying.

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