Sant Mat History: Maharaj Girdhari Sahib -- Light and Sound on the Path -- Digest & Document of Spiritual Quotes and Sant Mat Satsang Discourses
Baba Devi Sahab of Hathras — spent some time in Agra as Huzur Maharaj’s guest, before establishing his own spiritual mission and ashram in Moradabad
Photo Above: The page from Sant Gharib Das's book, "Anmol Bachan", mentioning that Soami Ji Maharaj's Sar Bachan refers to Soami Ji as having two Gurus: Sant Tulsi Sahib, and his successor Maharaj Girdhari Sahib.
Sant Gharib Das, Another Close Disciple in the Inner Circle of Soami Ji -- The Book of "Anmol Bachan" (Sometimes Spelled "Vachan")
More about Sant Gharib Das: "GARIB DAS JI OR GHARIB DAS JI—A disciple of Swami Ji, who reached Sach Khand during his lifetime. He was from the Punjab and a brother disciple of Baba Ji. Though a Saint of the Punjab, he preached Sant Mat in Delhi, where he had some followers. Huzur Maharaj Sawan Singh Ji had a high regard for him." (Jaimal Singh - Spiritual Letters, RS Books)
"Although the disciples of Swami Ji Maharaj reached to thousands in number, yet three of them were most prominent. They were Rai Bahadur Saligram at Agra, Baba Garib Das of Delhi, and Maharaj Baba Jaimal Singh Ji in the Punjab." (Jaimal Singh - Spiritual Letters, RS Books)
During the period of time between the passing of Sant Tulsi Sahib in 1843 and the passing of Maharaj Girdhari Sahib of Lucknow in August of 1860, the seventeen year period, in addition to doing much meditation, Soamiji also was allied with, attended and supported the satsang of Sant Girdhari Sahib. Soamiji’s other home in Lucknow served as the headquarters of the Sant Mat satsang mission there.