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Guru Ram Lalji Siyag, 83, is unique among India's Hindu holy men: his followers believe he will fulfil prophecies from the Holy Bible.
Siyag began his spiritual journey as a young railway clerk in Bikaner, Rajasthan, when he had premonitions of his own death and sought reassurance from a local guru who said he could only be saved if he chanted a Hindu prayer, the 'Gyatri Mantra' 125,000 times. When he finally completed his mission, he felt his body radiating a powerful white light.
He was later told by Hindu priests that the 'divine glow' he had experienced was a blessing from the Goddess Gayatri, a special divine power known as a 'Siddhi.'
He became a devotee of Baba Shri Gangainathji, a popular local guru in Rajasthan, who, he said, continued to send him messages from the afterlife following his death.
But his most curious religious experience followed a series of dreams in which the Gospel of St John, which he had never read or heard, was revealed to him. His followers now believe Guru Siyag draws on common themes of Christianity, Hinduism and Judaism.