Sunday, February 20, 2022

Kripalu’s Kids Hate Each Other (allegedly) — Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat Now Run by Vishakha and Eldest Grandson (more spilled tea)

I meant to post updates to this JKP saga every day until I’ve covered all the new information people shared with me, but honestly, it’s so painful to think about these horrible people. I always need a recovery period. But, nonetheless, my dharma dictates that when I learn new insider information about Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat (JKP), I must share it — as a warning to the innocent. So here goes another “spilling the tea” update


I’ll continue with the two brothers — who, as I explained in my last post, only received a pittance when their father died (or was *cough* murdered *cough*). (The Three Greedy Didis pocketed a cool 1,000 million — $1 billion — which they never spend, because people keep giving them more money and paying for everything!)


As for Kripalu’s two sons, you can image they don’t think too highly of the Three Greedy Didis. In fact, the five siblings rarely have any interaction anymore, or so I was told by a dependable informant (aside from the three sisters, who are strangely glued at the hips for life).


One brother is in Bombay, where he lives in the house he was given when his dad died. He has a wife, one son, and one daughter. He is apparently giving lectures these days along with his son, although I don’t know exactly where. Apparently, he has little regard for the Three Greedy Didis, especially the lady-boss, Vishakha, who he says spends all of her time chasing after money — which I've already revealed. (Apparently, she doesn’t know his true feelings for her.)


(Also, I was told that this son, Balkrishna believes Vishakha helped kill Kripalu and he is totally against her and also against Kripalu’s philosophy.)


The other brother, Gyanshyam, lives in Vrindaban. Apparently, he opened his own little ashram called Maa Kripa Dham and give talks and chants there every night. I’ve been told that he often bad mouths his sisters and Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat as a whole under their leadership. Apparently, he still has regard for his dad, which is bizarre as Ram Tripathi (Kripalu) is the monster who started this whole sick, twisted, criminal con game. The sisters learned everything from him.


Gyanshyam has a website and Facebook page. It looks to me like he’s trying to imitate Kripalu in style and dress. I hope that he isn’t also a pedophile. (If anyone knows anything more about him, please let me know.)


Gyanshyam has three sons, but apparently no contact with them now, because — wait for it — the three grandsons support the Three Greedy Didis. In fact, I’m told that the whole focus in JKP now is on the eldest twin, Ramananda along with Vishakha. (Oh boy – all of the three grandson are as materialistic as they come based on firsthand evidence of their trip to Austin Texas — they participated in more worldly things and shopping in one month than I did in my whole 14 years there! Spending other people's money, of course.


I can only imagine why the grandsons are working side-by-side with the Three Greedy Didi. Is it because they are the ones with the megabucks — and, after all, who is going to get all that money when Three Greedy Didis die!? Certainly, JKP will never part with a single rupee to, for example, help the poor in India. I guess they love the power of being billionaires with ill-gotten gains.


More on the twisted JKP saga soon. 


Here is the whole Kripalu Gang of greedy materialistic thieves and sex offenders (and murders?) — some more evil than others (maybe an innocent one or two?).


This report is for educational purposes only — it's to help followers and guru shoppers know that all may not be as it seems on the surface at Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat.

Thursday, February 17, 2022

What About Their Two Brothers? The Three Greedy Didis Keep $1 Billion Dollars for Themselves

One would think that an (allegedly) spiritual organization that has raked in at least $1 Billion U.S. dollars would be able to spread the wealth around a little bit — even among its five children — if not for the good of humanity. But no.


Do you know how much of that wealth the two sons of Ram Tripathi (Kripalu) got when he died? I’ll tell you.


Each son — the brothers of the Three Greedy Didis — got the following:


·      2 crores — about $500,000 U.S. (one-half a million)

·      A car

·      A home


Multiplied times two that’s maybe $2 million total for BOTH SONS.


That’s like pennies compared to the what the Three Greedy Didis got.


Do you realize that $1 billion dollars equals 1,000 MILLION DOLLARS!!! And they gave the 2 brothers each about 1 million!


This doesn’t even count the fact that Three Greedy Didis continue to collect more money from gullible people. Every. Single. Day. (See yesterday's blog post.)


And that $1 Billion dollars is all hidden in a “complicated network of India-based trusts.” That is code for they are hiding black money from the government. 

Black money = Black heart. 


(Fun fact: I was in the room in India when Kripalu and Prakashanand Saraswati were discussing driving to Delhi with the Three Greedy Didis the next day to sign those trusts. At that time, I had know idea it was $1 Billion Dollars! I figured it out later when Kripalu was bragging one day.)

Look at them — surrounded is gold — just like their bank accounts. Not doing one single bit of good for humanity with all of their ill-gotten gains.


*This report is for educational purposes only — it's to help followers and guru shoppers know that all may not be as it seems on the surface at Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat.

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

More on Vishakha — and the Band of Three Greedy Didis

At Ram Tripathi’s death (aka Kripalu), right away I believed it was murder. Now, apparently so do many followers. And they think the chief murderer was Vishakha, the oldest of three daughter of Kripalu — which naturally begs the question, why are they willingly following a murder? But then they willingly followed pedophiles, so ...

As promised, I’ve got more tea to spill today — and it’s all about the Three Greedy Didis.


As I mentioned in the last blog post, there’s been a general rumor going around that Vishakha is the person who is primarily responsible for Kripalu’s death — whether by her hand or her direction. Apparently, it’s now common knowledge throughout JKP, and believed by most people (even one of her brother’s mentioned it in a speech, I've been told). Allegedly, she had help pushing him down or something, such as from her own servants.


If true, he and her sisters, Shyama and Krishna, were likely greedy to get control of all the money. It’s estimated that Kripalu raked in about $1 billion US dollar once he got a bunch of rich westerners to hand over their loot.


Why do these people need so much money anyway. After all, none of them can ever spend it even in one lifetime. And they are supposed to be divine — that means spiritually focused, not materially. But their money con game just keeps running — and gullible people keep handing over the cold hard cash. Every. Single. Day. (I'm not exaggerating, based on what I've been told.)


Among their many money-making schemes is holding a couple of daily Zoom calls with about 200 wealthy followers around the world. In them, they primarily just ask for ... (wait for it) MORE MONEY for some new project or other — another statue, another mandala, another temple building. It. Never. Stops. They are as greedy and pushy about money as Kripalu was. (I was told a lot of Austin devotees attend these calls – what a bunch of suckers!) Not only do they ask for donation, but the calls themselves aren't even free. There's some $ticker attached to them as well.


Also, every day they post two or three videos of themselves living their lives — I can only imagine it's something like the “Daughters of Vrindaban,” ala the Housewives of Orange County. Can you image how boring that must be? And you get to pay $27 US a month for the privilege of being bored to death. It’s all on some paid website and paid app with monthly or yearly subscriptions, like Netfix or Hulu. But the only content is all about them. Excuse me while I yawwwwwwwn.


Along with be a recurring revenue source, the Zoom calls (and the donations they browbeat out of followers), are also how they keep devotees brainwashed — because they are controlling their minds just like Pavlov controlled the dogs in his science experiments. 


But that’s not all, folks (as they say in the infomercial business – haha!), the Three Greedy Didis are regularly collecting small and larger sums from the zombie-like followers. They’ll gladly sell you a five-minute DVD for $2 or a half-hour video for $40. They charge for everything!!!


Did I mention that if you are local Indian resident, they will apparently ignore you? Allegedly they only care to spend their “valuable” time with the big fish — Western devotees and non-Resident Indias who are wealthy. Sorry the rest of you suckers, but you’re poor!


That’s all the tea I’m going to spill today. Tune in tomorrow for more juicy gossip — and it’s all free of charge. I won’t charge you anything. You for sure won’t find anything free anywhere near the Three Greedy Didis.


(This report, including content and images, is for educational purposes only — it's to help followers and guru shoppers know that all may not be as it seems on the surface at Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat.)



Look at them! Greedy as hell, for sure. Smug as can be. But murders? Maybe. (JKP devotees think so, allegedly — and are apparently fine with it.)




Tuesday, February 15, 2022

I'm Spilling Some Tea (or Should I Say Chai) on the Cast and Characters of Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat

Do they have this expression in India: "Spilling the tea?" It means that you have heard some very interesting news (aka juicy gossip) and want to share it with others.

Well, I've got some tea to spill about the inner workings of Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat. I heard it all early last year from a very dependable source — and I have been sitting on it, because I wanted to do some follow up research. But now is the time to share. 

I'll spill a little tea here everyday for the next few days. 

First up, Vishakha Tripathi.

What I have heard from a very good source is that she is, allegedly, acting like the Queen Bee now — and everyone is treating her the same way they treated Kripalu.

Apparently she sits on a singhasan, throne-type thing, and about a dozen servants are always at her beck-and-call. 

One of my sources said: "Even for the slightest of things like drinking water people hold her glass. Even though she can walk, she acts as if she can’t and tries to walk like Amma."

You may recall I reported that right after Kripalu died, that I was told that Vaishakha and her two sisters (the evil triad) said: "It's all about women power now!" 

Sounds to me like they were a little too excited about that prospect, perhaps. 

Which is interesting, because another bit of tea I was told is that there is a rumor swirling around that Vishakha herself killed Kripalu. How interesting. I had heard and always thought it was one or both of the two brothers who handled Kripalu's money back in the day. But if people in India are saying Vaishakha did the deed, well, where there is smoke there is usually a fire. 

My best guess is that maybe it was all three of them — maybe they created some plot together to off the old man. They certainly took a round about way of getting him to a hospital — plenty of time to let him bleed to death on a bumpy road from Vrindaban to some small hospital in the middle of the night.

They probably wanted the old man dead and gone because he had become an annoying liability (you know, after that whole being arrested for rape scandal, and all). I think the three sisters wanted to start being the Queens and to enjoy the billion dollars Kripalu raked in before they themselves kick the bucket. 

After all, their name were already on the trusts where all the money was hidden — as a lawyer told me, "They have a complicated network of India-based trusts."

Speaking of which, yes, Vishakha has been very ill since the old man croaked. I've heard a few things — like cancer. My thought is maybe there is some karma in there somewhere, who knows? 

By the way, this report is for educational purposes only — it's to help followers and guru shoppers know that all may not be as it seems on the surface at Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat. 

(The talk about money reminds me of my next bit of tea I'll spill tomorrow.)


She doesn't look sick to me — is that the latest iphone?