Gurudev was born in a simple Brahmin family in Hariana, Punjab, in early spring. His family named him Rajinder, which means 'King of Kings'.
Gurudev joins the DAV Modern School in Hariana
India gets partitioned and many of Gurudev's muslim friends migrate to the newly created Pakistan
Gurudev is afflicted with a debilitating disease. He is cured at the temple of Baba Balak Nath
Meet his initial spiritual mentor, Sitaram ji from Dasua. He attains many siddhis under his guidance
Leaves Hariana for Delhi to pursue higher education
Joins a two year technical course at the Bharat Seva Samaj, a developmental agency run by the Government of India
Joins All India Soil and Land Use Survey of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), PUSA, under the Ministry of Agriculture, as a soil surveyor.
Marries Sudesh Sharma, 20, of Bilga, Ludhiana in Punjab. A few weeks after the marriage, he leaves his matrimonial home to take sannyas in a contemporary way. Returns to Delhi to resume his job. Starts living in Paharganj with Nagpal and Dwarkanath
Befriends his to be disciple RC Malhotra on a soil survey tour of Himachal and Madhya Pradesh
While meditating at Gurudwara Santoksar Saheb at Amritsar, Gurudev hears a voice inform him that his spiritual advancement is only possible if he fulfills his duties as a husband. He returns to Mataji and embraces the life of a householder. They set up house in Patel Nagar, New Delhi
Gurudev's eldest child, Renu, is born. Mataji is transferred to a state school in Haryana and so the family shifts to a small two room house in Shivpuri, Gurgaon
Gurudev's second child, his daughter Ila is born
Meets his spiritual guide, Buddhe Baba, at a temple in Madhya Pradesh
On Buddhe Baba's instruction, Gurudev discharges all his siddhis at the Har Ki Pauri, on the banks of the Ganges at Haridwar, Uttarakhand
Initiates Malhotra ji into disciplehood. His third child, son Parvesh is born
Performs the first public healing at Kurwai, Madhya Pradesh. Establishes the first sthan at Malhotra ji's home. On Guru Purnima, his colleague and disciple F.C. Sharma ji places a coconut at his feet on Guru Purnima commencing a tradition that continues till date. His fourth child, daughter Alka is born
Dr Shankarnarayan is the first person to move from addressing Gurudev by his name to calling him "Guruji". In the same year, another disciple Raji Sharma, starts calling Gurudev's wife "Mataji"
Gurudev heals close to a lakh or more people during seva at a one horse town named Kathog, earning him the title of 'Om wale Baba'
Gurudev and his family shift to a slightly bigger house in Gurgaon around Mahashivratri. On 9th July, the doors of his home are opened to the public so they can come and pay their respects at the sthan on the occasion of Guru Purnima
Gurudev holds his biggest camp for seva at Renuka and opens a sthan in collaboration with Parshuramji, the immortal son of Devi Renuka
Gurudev initiates more disciples and sets up sthans at many places across the globe
Gurudev establishes the Himgiri Charitable Trust
Gurudev oversees the construction of his final resting place, Neelkanth Dham
Gurudev leaves his body on 28th July to continue his spiritual pursuits through the after-life
Gurudev continues his seva in the metaphysical form