Are the Three Greedy Didis of Jagadguru Kripalu Really Going to Travel to the USA in 2025?

 

 
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I woke up to some very bizarre news today. It seems the three Greedy Didis have decided that it’s time they “graced” two U.S. cities with their “divine” presence next year, according to a message sent to devotees in the last 24 hours.

 

That’s right — these three daughters of a three-time accused rapist (including children), have decided that the U.S. won’t mind if they return to our shores, since their dad, the accused rapist, is long dead. In fact, the three devotees organizing their announce trip, I’ve been told, have convinced them they are perfectly “safe” to travel here.

 

I, for one, don’t think the USA needs them anywhere near our shores. We are all filled up on greedy con artists out to swindle the gullibles with their long-running spiritual con game.

 

I’m told the three people trying to organize their alleged trip in March 2025, have been practically begging the Three Greedy Didis to return to the USA for many years.

 

You may be wondering which two cities they are targeting:

 

Austin, Texas (of course): They want to return to the Radha Madhav Dham ashram and temple, where they visited in 2007 with their disgraced father, “Jagadguru Kripalu Maharaj.” It’s pretty obvious to me why they would go here. This temple is their “crown jewel” on US shores. But also it’s not that popular anymore, so I’ve been told. I’ve even been told that it’s falling apart — in other words, not being kept up. As a result, the temple needs cold hard cash and more warm bodies to empty their bank accounts. What better way to earn a bunch of cash fast that to get the Three Greedy Didis there and let them beg, borrow, and steal. (Pro tip: Make sure the ATM is full of cash and working this time!)

 

Atlanta, Georgia: I don’t know as much about this location, but I’ve been told there’s a new JKP temple there, called Yugal Kunj. The preacher and people managing it want the Three Greedy Didis to “grace” it. I think by “grace” they mean help them rake in cold hard cash and more gullibles. (Note: this preacher has an interesting history herself for being kicked out of one town due to her questionable behavior — about which I have a copy of the complaint.)

 

What’s super weird about them returning to basically “the scene of the crime” in Austin, Texas, at Radha Madhav Dham is twofold:

 

1 — It’s where we all learned the news of Kripalu Maharaji’s arrest for rape while in Trinidad and Tobago in 2007.

 

2 — It’s the ashram and temple created and built by Swami Prakashanand Saraswati — a person whom they claim: “WE DON’T KNOW HIM!”

 

They don’t know him despite all the photographic evidence that they do (and have for decades) — and despite the fact that the oldest Didi was calling around to his devotees to GIVE THEM HIS ASHES (10 years or so after he died).

 

What comes to my mind about the Three Greedy Didis planning a trip to the US is this:

 

·      Will the US government actually grant them visas after the disaster of their 2007 trip?

 

·      Will the U.S. Marshals in Texas want to have a chat with them about the whereabouts of the escaped felon, Swami Prakashanand Saraswati, who they said they didn’t know and never announced his death, and yet somehow had possession of his ashes? 

 

·      Would any media be interesting in following this developing story?

 

After all, Swami Prakashanand Saraswati is still an escaped felon. His criminal case on his escape from justice was never closed, because no one officially announced that he is dead.

 

Or did they?

 

Apparently, the Three Greedy Didis have been reassured by the three people trying to plan the trip that they’re free to travel to the USA. Someone has told them all issues are cleared up.

 

But what does this mean?

 

Does it mean that someone finally told the U.S. Marshals that Prakashanand Saraswati has, in fact, died? (Not to mention the fact that they’ve removed any sign of him from public view — like he never even existed.)

 

Does it mean that someone has already found out that they can actually obtain US visas for an accused child rapist’s daughters? If so, is everything on the up and up? (After all, there was some mysterious back-alley shenanigans involved to get their gang into Canada in 2007 — where their visas had been repeatedly denied.)

 

Does it mean that no one cares anymore about the case that Radha Madhav Dham silently closed regarding a young girl raped by Kripalu in India? The case in which Radha Madhav Dham was accused as basically “a sex trafficker” (my words) because they organized the trip to India? The case where they paid off the girl with an undisclosed sum and made her sign an NDA to keep her quiet?

 

I don’t know the answers to these questions — yet. And I can’t make phone calls right now because it’s Sunday in the USA. But don’t we need to know the answers to these questions before the Three Greedy Didis make their alleged return trip?

 

Reminder 1: The escape from criminal justice of Swami Prakashanand Saraswati, founder of Radha Madhav Dham:


 

 Reminder 2: In case you haven't seen the episode about Kripalu and Prakashanand on The Hunt with John Walsh, you can watch it on Discovery+ (season 2, episode 5). 




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