Shri Radhe Maa is a humanitarian, who has lent 30 years of her life in serving mankind. She has helped more than lakhs of families in Mukeria, Punjab, Mumbai, Delhi, Haryana and abroad.
She was born in Dorangala village, Gurdaspur district in Punjab.
1. Early life
Her followers state that she was drawn to spirituality as a child, and spent a lot of time at the Kali temple in her village. However, according to people of her village too, she did show spiritual leanings as a child. Radhe Maa is kind-hearted and from the very beginning she showed an inclination towards serving the humanity.
Kaur studied till higher secondary. She used to teach stitching to underprivileged and poor women, to empower them and help them earn their breads. At the age of 23, she became a disciple of Shri Shri 1008 Mahant Ramdeen Das of Paramhans Bagh Dera Mukerian in Hoshiarpur district Punjab. He gave her the name Radhe Maa after seeing her dedication towards bhakti. He helped her channelize her powers and gave her deeksha.
Radhe Maa left her house with her two sons when they were merely 3 years old to serve people and follow the path of manav seva. She never believed in building an empire i.e. house, temple or ashram for herself. In fact from the past 30 years she resides with her followers on their request, in India and Overseas.
2. As a humanitarian leader
After joining the Paramhans Dera, Radhe Maa moved from Punjab-Delhi-Mumbai to serve mankind and in Mumbai, Sanjeev Gupta (Director of Global Advertisers), son of Manmohan Gupta became her disciple. She moved into the Gupta's house on the personal request of Sanjeev Gupta.
Radhe Maa believes in all the gods. She considers everyone as one. Bhagwan, Allah, Jesus and Waheguru are all one. And she preaches to her followers that no matter whom you believe in just have full faith and surrender yourself completely to attain a peaceful and healthy life. Respecting your parents is of utmost importance.
Radhe Maa has visited all major temples in Mumbai, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Pashupatinath Temple Kathmandu-Nepal and took part in 9 Devi Darshan Yatra, 12 Jyotirlinga Yatra, Char Dham Yatra, Amarnath Yatra.
During her early years in Mumbai, Radhe Maa used to frequently travel back to Hoshiarpur and Kapurthala in Punjab for satsangs. Later she started gaining more followers in Mumbai, Delhi and other cities. A lot of veteran Bollywood and TV actors/actresses are bhakts (devotees) of Radhe Maa.
From the past 14 years, once a fortnight, Bhanjan Sandhya at Gupta House in Borivali, Mumbai is organised by her sevadars in presence of Radhe Maa. Performers across India have offered their seva to Maa Bhagwati including Padma Shri Bhajan Samrat Anup Jalota, Padma Shri singer Anuradha Paudwal, Narendra Chanchal, Sardool Sikandar, Lakhbir Singh Lakha, Master Salim , Feroz Khan, Padma Shri singer-politician Hans Raj Hans, Ram Shankar, Manoj Tiwari, Sanjeev Kohli and many others. It is free and open to one and all, and people from various faiths gather at the Maa Bhagwati Bhajan Sandhya. It is then followed by free langar seva.
3rd March marks her birthday and it is celebrated every year by making several large scale donations to the needy, poor and underprivileged children and elderly.
3. As a social worker
In 2013 , "Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust" (in Mumbai) was founded by Singh family for uplifting the poor and underprivileged people. The Trustees are Mr Sanjeev Gupta, Mr. Bhupendra Singh, Mrs. Megha B Singh, Mr. Harjinder M. Singh, Miss Ritu Bala Sareen, Mr. Mohan Singh, Mr. Gaurav Kumar.
Singh Family and the sevadars, the disciples of Radhe Maa together found another Trust in New Delhi, “Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Society”.
The Trusts, Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust (Mumbai) and Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable society (New Delhi) undertake donations like clothes, food grains, notebooks, computers, sewing machines, wheelchairs, blind sticks, sanitary napkin machine, school bags, ceiling fans, raincoats, dustbins, hearing aids, steel drums, crutches, etc. to the people below the poverty line and the underprivileged. Various medical camps have been organized primarily for blood donation, eye check-up, dental camps for both elderly and children. She has helped in conducting many marriages. The Trust is seen spending quality time with the elders of Shanti Old Age Home-Mumbai, Cancer Patients Association-Mumbai, Children's NGO, apart from making donations to them.
Radhe Maa urges devotees to undertake Jeev Seva initiatives that include donation of blood, clothes, food, books and medicines to orphanages, old age homes and sadhus. In 2018, Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Society, Delhi donated utensils worth lakhs to Golden Temple.
Since the incubation of "Shri Radhe Guru Maa Charitable Trust" she has been seen encouraging women empowerment and social welfare, helping poor and performing various social work for the society.
Her contributions during the Nepal, Kerala and Maharashtra floods were very significant. Through the years she has withstood in aiding people of whatsoever distress or plight they are facing, together she and her Trust reliefs people of their problems. The areas of Nepal, Kerala and Maharashtra were submerged in water and due to its floods, many lost their lives to the unprecedented deluge swamped in the region, causing largescale destruction and displacement. Food grains, snacks, clothes, sanitary napkins, shawls, blankets, toiletries, medicines, first aid kits etc. were supplied to the people of these flood affected regions.